Travelling to Cotton Court couldn’t be easier. Tucked away behind all the hustle and bustle of Preston City Centre, right in the heart of the city. We are easily accessible by road, rail, Bus, but also a host of cycle and walking routes. The area is rich in history from its Churches, Mills iconic squares, gardens & its road network.
How to find us:
Using a Sat Nav:
To find Cotton Court please enter ‘Cotton Court, Church Street, Preston’ for your Sat Nav.
Alternatively, you can follow these directions:
Follow M6 to Junction 31 (signposted Preston). Follow signs for A59 Preston. Continue up a steep hill (Brockholes Brow). At small roundabout carry straight on towards city centre (New Hall Lane), continue until you reach a T-junction at traffic lights (opposite Sainsbury’s Homebase) and turn right. Carry straight on through a Pelican crossing and another major set of traffic lights. Get in the left hand lane and turn left on to down Percy Street. Take the first left onto Pole Street and then left onto Church Street. Cotton Court in located on your right hand side (up a cobbled driveway) just past the Blue Bell pub.
Getting to us:
You need to exit the railway station by the main exit. At the end of the station approach road turn right onto Fishergate. Continue along Fishergate until you have passed through the main shopping area. Look out for Manchester Road on your left and then Cotton Court is located on a small side street on your right hand side a little way up Church Street from Manchester Road, shortly after the Blue Bell Pub.
Alternatively a taxi rank is situated outside of the train station.
You need to exit the bus station by the Guild Hall exit. This will take you through the Guild Hall foyer and shopping arcade. Once you exit the Guild Hall complex turn left and then continue to the end of the road. Now turn left onto Church Street. Cotton Court is located on a small side street on your right hand side a little way up Church Street, shortly after the Blue Bell pub.
Walking & Cycle Routes
A 21 miles of greenway around Preston opened to celebrate the 2012 Guild. The new route circles Preston, linking the city to the countryside and river. Highlights of the route include the section of the route along the river from Preston Docks to Brockholes Nature Reserve by the M6.
This circular cycling and walking route takes you on a tour of the parks, rivers, docklands and countryside around Preston in Lancashire.
Route highlights include the delighful Avenham park with its riverside gardens and a stretch along the Riversway Docklands and Marina. There are also long waterside sections along the River Ribble and a visit to the peaceful Brockholes Nature Reserve.
To find out about all cycling routes in Preston please visit Lancashire County Council – cycle routes in Preston. We have also added a number of popular cycling routes in Preston, which can be downloaded from the documents section.
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