Sitting on the edge of the West Pennine Moors and boosting stunning views over Bolton, the Last Drop Village is the ideal hotel for all occasions. On-site there are 128 bedrooms, a spa with eight beauty suites, gym and leisure facilities, a Pub, a Tea Shop, boutique shops and four large function rooms.
The Last Drop Village as it is seen today was originally converted from a group of derelict 17th century farm buildings known as “Orrell Fold”. Orrell Fold then became largely unoccupied and the buildings fell into a state of neglect, even though there were still horses stabled at the farm. Eventually in 1963 the derelict farm was sold to Mr Carton Walker a man of considerable foresight who then began the task of creating the Last Drop Village. The restaurant was the first building to be completed in 1964 and was the beginning of what it is today.
20% discount of food and beverage purchased at the hotel
20% discount of the products at the Village Shops
Staff Meals provided whilst on shift
Complimentary use of the Gym and Leisure Facilities
Staff members who are committed to providing excellent customer service, outgoing and proactive.