Renovated in 2009, the hotel is housed in what was once the private home of a wealthy local merchant. The building has been sympathetically restored, preserving the grand feel of a bygone era and is based around a grand Victorian stone building with ornate ceilings. The lounge and reception area is dominated by a 7.6 m high stained glass window which tells the story of Abraham Altham's life and work in the Burnley area. This country house establishment comprises a total of 51 rooms including 6 single rooms, 45 double/twin rooms and 1 suite all spread over 4 floors. Facilities on offer to guests at the hotel include a lobby with a 24-hour check-out service, currency exchange facilities, a bar and a restaurant. They can also take advantage of the 24-hour room service and there is parking available for those arriving by car. The hotel is non-smoking throughout.