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You won’t find a leaf of limp lettuce in Lancashire’s pubs! That’s because our pubs offer high quality local produce from aged Bowland beef to Lancashire cheeses and organic veg. Whether you’re after home made sausages, melt-in-the-mouth Lancashire hotpot or succulent seafood, you’ll find all that and more in Lancashire’s pubs. Try Michelin-chef Nigel Haworth’s cosy pub, The Three Fishes in Mitton for a tasty Bowland lamb hotpot and Lancaster smoked salmon. Or head to the grand Inn at Whitewell, where chef Jamie Cadman’s favourites include Cumberland sausages and fisherman’s pie flavoured with home grown herbs.
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Riley Green, Hoghton, Preston
We welcome you to The Royal Oak pub situated in Riley Green, Hoghton. There is a beautiful backdrop of the Pennines, with open log fires to keep you cosy in the winter months and a child friendly beer garden for alfresco dining in summer, we are an all year round traditional pub.
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Standing in the middle of the village from which it takes its name The Waddington Arms is very much at the heart of life in the fabulous Ribble Valley
Renowned for quality food, excellent service and unrivalled views of the Ribble Valley and located in an area probably the inspiration of "Lord of the Rings", this 17th century country house hotel welcomes you.
The Assheton Arms at Downham - Lancashire Life’s Dining Pub of the Year - is an historic Grade II listed village pub in the untouched conservation village of Downham with stunning views across the Ribble Valley.
This 250 year-old country inn has been refurbished as an atmospheric gastro-pub with large open fires, low-beamed ceilings, oak planked floors and a signature range of food that spans Lancashire classics alongside world food dishes.
Tucked away in the picturesque market village of Great Eccleston in the heart of the Fylde. The Farmers Arms is a bridge between old and new, town and country, locals and visitors, offering the Seafood Pub Company’s trademark excellence in food.
The Three Fishes is everything a true English pub should be... so come and relax in the toasty warmth of our crackling log fires with friendly and knowledgeable service and a line up of the best cask ales, ciders and guest beers, plus fine wines.
Step into the warm and welcoming atmosphere of this old pub full of Lancashire tradition, located in the village of Pleasington. The contemporary menu offers twists on traditional local favourites created by the award-winning chef, Nigel Haworth.
The Highwayman reopened its doors in April 2007, heralding a new era in the colourful history of this infamous watering hole.
Newton In Bowland, Clitheroe
The Parkers Arms Inn is nestled in the tiny hamlet of Newton where Stosie, Kathy and the team look forward to welcoming you. Indulge in the very best of modern British cooking using only the finest local ingredients we can source.
Afternoon tea at the castle only £9.95 per person
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Sunday Lunchesfor £19.95 per person
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Afternoon Tea - from only £14.95 per person
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Easter Sunday Lunch Sunday, 20th April
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