General Information about Chorley
The market town of Chorley is thought to have been inhabited since 3500 B.C is situated in North West England. Chorley is home to over 33,000 residents and belongs to Lancashire county. Chorley is ideally located just 16 miles away from Manchester, 21 miles away from Crewe and a distance of 38 miles away from Chester.
Chorley's main attraction would have to be the towns historical outdoor markets but is also home to many interesting historical buildings and attractions. But it would have to be the Rivington Pike that is the towns most visited attraction and can be found at the top of the Rivington Moor. The Rivington Moor rises to an elevation of 1,191 feet and is an extremely popular hiking destination. Found within the Chorley's Astley Park is the Astley Hall which is well worth visiting dating back to the 15th century.
Chorley is well connected with the rest of England with regular trains arriving from Manchester and Preston along the Northern Rail Manchester to Preston Line. You can also travel to Chorley via car and bus.
Hotels in Chorley
Below are a selection of Hotels located in Chorley, England. Alternatively, you can browse through all Chorley Hotels.