Bolton is a town in Greater Manchester, situated in the North West of England. The town, with an estimated population of 140,000, was originally a part of Lancashire, which is down to its close proximity to Manchester. Just 10 miles north west of Manchester, Bolton's excellent motorway and transport links to nearby towns and cities has meant that many businesses are now choosing to have serviced offices in Bolton.
Bolton's biggest successes in recent years have come in the realm of sport. The town's very own Bolton Wanderers play in the English football Premier League, and recent WBA World Champion, Amir Khan, was born in the town. If a trip to watch football isn't entertaining enough for your clients, then one of Bolton's many museums and art galleries might do the trick.
Tenants with access to serviced offices in Bolton have some of the best transport links in the north. Fantastic motorway links, trains, buses and airports are all close by and easy to access, ensuring that you are well connected when it comes to travelling to your serviced offices in Bolton.
Bolton's nearest airport is Manchester Airport. Manchester airport is the busiest airport outside London, making it the forth busiest in the UK.The airport has faraway travel destinations such as North America, Africa, the Middle East, Asia, and many parts of Europe.
Airport Code: MAN
Distance from central Bolton: 20 miles (32.18km)
Managed by Northern Rail, Bolton’s train services are operated by First TransPennine Express and Northern trains, both of which serve the wider Bolton area and parts of the UK further afield. Businesses with serviced offices in Bolton are served by the Bolton Interchange with is situated on the Manchester Loop of the West Coast Mainline. Trains leaving Bolton travel to Manchester, Wigan, Southport, Blackburn, and national rail services.
Bolton’s local bus services, all of which depart from the Bolton Interchange and the Moor Lane bus station, are coordinated by the Greater Manchester Passenger Transport Executive. Serving the Bolton area and beyond, the service is provided by Arriva North West, First Manchester, South Lancs Travel and Maytree Travel. National Express coaches also depart the Bolton Interchange, traveling to number of popular UK destinations.
Serviced offices in Bolton are well served by Bolton’s superb local road network and national motorway links. The A6 motorway and the A666 dual carriageway both pass through Bolton. The A666 connects to the M61/M60 motorway interchange, the former of which has three junctions that all serve the Metropolitan Borough of Bolton.