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Welcome to Patten Arms Hotel

Address: Parker Street, Warrington, WA1 1LS

Hotel Description

A mere 5-minute walk from Warrington town centre, the hotel is easily accessible from the M56, M6 and M62 motorways, and directly opposite Warrington Bank Quay mainline railway station. Free private parking is possible and free Wi-Fi is available in public areas. The accessible location makes the Patten Arms Hotel an ideal place to stay if travelling by train from Scotland, London, or a number of other locations. All rooms have been elegantly decorated and benefit from an en suite bathroom, television, telephone and the opportunity to make your own tea or coffee.

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Warrington Golf Club - Warrington - Golf

Warrington Golf Club - Warrington - Golf

Distance 2.47 miles (3.95 km)
The Warrington Golf Club was founded in 1903 and the course was designed by James Braid. Since this time, both course and clubhouse have witnessed many alterations, not least to the 18th hole, which was changed from a par-5 to a par-4 from the men's tees in the 1990s. The clubhouse was also renovated during this period. The club welcomes societies and visitors. After your round, why not celebrate your good score or drown your sorrows in the lounges, one of which has satellite television and a snooker table available.

Mersey Valley Golf and Country Club - Widnes - Golf

Mersey Valley Golf and Country Club - Widnes - Golf

Distance 3.7 miles (5.91 km)
It is a par 72 18-hole course designed and constructed by St Mellion Leisure the development side of St Mellion International. Gently undulating with no hills or gradients and therefore attractive to golfers of all ages and abilities, sensitively designed to be environmentally attractive with thousand trees planted and wildlife habitats created. The greens are generally large and provided a quality-putting surface. Fairways are wide and generous. All the trees are elevated including the forward tees but the greatest feature is the superb drainage and at 6,300 yards still provides a testing round of golf.