Hollingworth Lake is a man made lake which was completed in 1800, 4 years before the Rochdale Canal was completed. The Lake boasts a beautiful 2.5 mile scenic walk and nature trails, surrounded by vast countryside.

With the Hollingworth Lake activity centre, you can partake in watersports such as sailing, windsurfing, and canoeing. Other amenities at Hollingworth Lake include a children outdoor play area, an amusements arcade and plenty of places to dine and have a drink. Including 'The Beach' gastro pub which has great deals for family meals and an indoor play area.
The Trafford Centre is the second largest shopping centre in the UK and its just situated 30 minutes away from The Broadfield Park Hotel just off the M60. Along with there being loads of high street and designer stores the Trafford Centre holds the largest food court in Europe, serving fast food and stylish restaurants.

With many entertainment facilities, such as, a 20 screen cinema, Laser Quest, mini golf, a bowling alley, an amusements arcade, LEGOLAND and even a Sea Life Centre, you know your day is going to be action packed at the Trafford Centre.

Close by to the Trafford Centre is the Trafford Quays Leisure Village, this hold a golfing range, sky diving, an indoor football facility and Chill Factore which hold a ski slope with real snow.
Rochdale has many sites that hold stunning landmarks, closest to the Broadfield Park hotel is Rochdale Town Hall. The Town Hall is a Grade II listed building built Gothic Revival Style by the architect William Henry Crossland and completed on September 27th 1811. The working clock tower was installed in 1888 designed by Alfred Waterhouse. You can go inside the Town Hall and use the facilities there such as the Café. In the grounds is a Cenotaph War Memorial designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens, built in memorium for the people who died in the First World War.

St Chads Church, also known as Rochdale Parish Church is a small walk away from the Broadfield Park Hotel. Built in the Saxon times with the stone work dating back to the 13th and 14th centuries and has been built and rebuilt many times. The tower of the church holds a stained glass window designed by Edward Burne Jones named 'Faith, Hope and Charity'. The church itself has beautiful surroundings, with flat gravestones and even stocks that were previously used back in the day. You can access the church from the town centre by following the legendary 124 steps.