Have you ever wanted to take a peek inside some of the most luxurious and grandeous hotels and apartments in East Lancashire?

Now is your chance, as we have used Booking.com to find some of the most high-end places East Lancashire.

A spokesperson for Booking.com said: “In the current climate, some travellers may wish to indulge a little more when it comes to their trips away.

"Especially given that many of us have been booking trips closer to home in light of the current restrictions and therefore, saving money on other travel costs such as flights and transfers.

“Therefore, we may see people investing in more lavish accommodation than they would historically, and treating themselves to somewhere a bit higher in budget.”

Here are five luxury hotels and apartments in East Lancashire- have you ever stayed in any of them?

Northcote, Blackburn
Star rating: Five stars

Price (based on dates for 26-27th September): £288-£500

Lancashire Telegraph: Northcote Hotel (Photo: Booking.com)Northcote Hotel (Photo: Booking.com)

If you’re looking for luxury, then look no further than Northcote.

The Michelin-starred restaurant is a focal point of the hotel- it has menus created by celebrity chef, Lisa Goodwin Allen.

Every room has a plush bed, flat screen TV and a private bathroom; some bedrooms even come with their own balcony or terrace area.

If you’re hoping for a truly decadent getaway, then make sure to stay in one of the hotel’s Garden Lodge Suites.

Lancashire Telegraph: The Master Suite (Photo: Booking.com)The Master Suite (Photo: Booking.com)

The Master Suite is the most spacious of the lounges- it has a balcony which boasts stunning views of the Ribble Valley.

The “showstopper” suite also has a “sumptuous bathroom” with a deep bath and separate double shower.

Ideal for cosy stays, this room has a recessed fire with a rustic stone border.

Discover more about Northcote on Booking.com

Breck Apartment, Poulton Le Fylde
Star rating: Five stars

Price (based on dates for 26-27th September): £195-£265

Looking to stay somewhere stylish and modern?

These apartments have it all and they have each been meticulously designed to a five-star standard.

Lancashire Telegraph: The Lockwood Suite (Photo: Booking.com)The Lockwood Suite (Photo: Booking.com)

The Lockwood Suite is described as “pure luxury” and the most expensive apartment they have.

The kitchen has granite worktops and the room also has an open plan bathroom.

The free standing luxury spa bath is a focal point of the room and is said to “leave guests speechless”.

Find out more on Booking.com.

Crow Wood Hotel & Spa Resort, Burnley
Star rating: Five stars
Price (based on dates for 26-27th September): £162-180

Lancashire Telegraph: Crow Wood Hotel and Spa (Photo: Booking.com)Crow Wood Hotel and Spa (Photo: Booking.com)

This is a popular hotel for young couples on a romantic getaway.

It’s a relatively new hotel, only opening its doors in 2019.

The hotel’s luxury label comes from the 76 beautifully decorated bedrooms and its award winning Woodland Spa.

Lancashire Telegraph: An executive luxury suite (Photo: Booking.com)An executive luxury suite (Photo: Booking.com)

If you are going all out in term of decadence and luxury, then make sure to book on of their Executive Luxury Suites which are described as “effortlessly stylish and beautifully luxurious”.

They are also at the top of the hotel, giving you a great view of the city which you can admire from floor to ceiling windows.

Find out more about this hotel on Booking.com

The Millstone Mellor, Ribble Valley
Star Rating: Five stars
Price (based on dates for 26-27th September): £97-£136

Lancashire Telegraph: The Millstone Mellor (Photo: Booking.com)The Millstone Mellor (Photo: Booking.com)

This award-winning hotel has an AA rosette accredited restaurant and real ale bar.

It’s situated in the beautiful Lancashire countryside and every room in the hotel is said to be ”full of character”.

Their stylish suite is described as “the best in the house”, with plenty of space to relax in and a comfy double bed to sink into.

Lancashire Telegraph: The bed in their suite (Photo: Booking.com)The bed in their suite (Photo: Booking.com)

The suite is designed to feel like home, with earthy-toned décor and plenty of comfortable chairs to relax on.

A nice touch at this hotel is that they provide guests with fresh milk at check in, with a chunky biscuit to dunk into your tea.

Discover more on Booking.com.

Astley Bank Hotel, Darwen
Star rating: Four stars

Price (based on dates for 26-27th September): £80-£100

Lancashire Telegraph: Astley Bank Hotel (Photo: Booking.com)Astley Bank Hotel (Photo: Booking.com)

Dating back to the 19th  century, this luxury hotel has a lot of history behind it.

It’s situated on six acres of grounds which guests can explore at their own leisure- it’s a particularly popular spot for newlyweds who want to get some beautiful wedding photographs.

Inside, you will find rustic interiors such as wood panelling and open fires.

It has 37 individually designed rooms, including the Four Poster room.

Lancashire Telegraph: The Four Poster room (Photo: Booking.com)The Four Poster room (Photo: Booking.com)

This room has high ceilings, architectural features and luxurious décor complete with a four poster bed to sink into.

Best of all, the room has a beautiful view of the hotel’s expansive gardens.

A spokesperson for the company said:"Built at the beginning of the 19th century, Astley Bank is the ‘hidden gem’ of Darwen.

"A beautiful Victorian-era design, stunning gardens and a grand fountain, give the property a fairy-tale character and make it a picturesque spot.

"All our rooms are individually designed and the pièce de résistance is our newly renovated bridal suite, which oozes luxury and offers our most exclusive experience.

"We truly recognise that service is one of the most important elements of a guest's stay and we want our guests to have great memories after staying at Astley Bank."

Want to learn more? Visit Booking.com.