THIS week we reviewed the stunning new Lawrence Hotel – so we thought we’d give you a rundown of some of the other top hotels in East Lancs.

You can read our full review of Padiham’s new luxury boutique hotel here or our summary below.

Now here are our top picks (in no particular order) for places to stay in this part of the county.

This list is by no means comprehensive, so if you think we've missed someone out then be sure to leave a comment below (keep it classy though)...

Stanley House Hotel, Mellor

Nestled in 54 acres of Ribble Valley countryside, Stanley House is a destination of choice for weddings, diners, romantic couples and spa lovers.

It first opened its doors 12 years ago after converting a grade II listed manor house, while set deep in the heart of the Stanley House estate, the multi-million-pound Spa at Stanley House opened its doors in 2012.

Lancashire Telegraph: One of Stanley House's beautiful rooms

And after its five-figure refurbishment, which including an extensive refurbishment of the multi-purpose function rooms, The Stables and The Lodge, while the hotel’s bridal suites and a further two Manor House bedrooms have undergone complete transformation, offering guests four elegant Manor House suites.

Read our full review from last year here.

Mitton Hall Hotel, Clitheroe

Set in the heart of the Ribble Valley, this country house hotel is the perfect retreat.

The 15th century manor house has restored to create a luxury boutique hotel. With just 18 bedrooms, you can feel secluded and pampered in this country getaway.

You can currently book dinner bed and breakfast there for £123.

Lancashire Telegraph:

The Lawrence Hotel, Padiham

Padiham's luxury boutique hotel is the perfect spot to unwind. Their stunning rooms make you want to stay in bed all day.

But then their heart full English breakfast sets you up a treat for a trek up Pendle Hill.

Read our full review here.

Lancashire Telegraph:

Northcote, Langho

Okay, so we know you're probably not going to just nip to Northcote for a quick weekend break (£££££) ... but its worthy of inclusion on this list just because of how good it is - not to mention its Michelin star food.

Yes it will cost a pretty penny to stay (and eat) there - but if you have a milestone birthday coming up, or an anniversary, or you're in the dog house, then maybe, just maybe you can stretch to a stay there.

Lancashire Telegraph:

The Spinning Black at Homes Mill

Clitheroe's 1823 Spinning Block Hotel and the new 'Bistro, Bar And Grill at Holmes Mill' opened last year.

It was the latest phase of the £10million redevelopment of the former derelict textile mill, Holmes Mill.

The hotel features 38 bedrooms. You can have a closer look here with this report from its soft launch last year.

Lancashire Telegraph: The new 1823 Spinning Block hotel and Bistro, Bar and Grill at Holmes Mill in Clitheroe will open to the public on Thursday

The Spa Hotel at Ribby Hall Village

Last but not least, this popular East Lancs destination. 

The Spa Hotel at Ribby Hall Village, which is now in its sixth year of business, has just been awarded ‘Best for Customer Service’ at the national Good Spa Guide awards.

The village, which gets lots of visitors from East Lancashire, also finished as a finalist at the highly regarded AA Awards in London, finishing runner up to The Savoy London.

Lancashire Telegraph: Ribby Hall Village