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You and your dog will get a warm Lancashire welcome at a large number of Lancashire pubs, with many allowing dogs indoors as well as outdoors, with water bowl provided and maybe even a treat or two.
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A relaxed friendly atmosphere at the Town Green Brasserie! Whether it’s a coffee and cake with friends, a special family dinner or cocktails at the bar, they look forward to meeting you soon.
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.
In the Forest of Bowland, an area of outstanding national beauty, the Derby Arms matches the friendly atmosphere of a traditional British pub with a creative menu serving seafood specialities and pub classics.
Popular restaurant situated in the beautiful village of Scorton serving hearty British cuisine in a charming and cosy atmosphere.
They offer delicious contemporary dishes as well as traditional favourites made by their chef using only fresh ingredients supplied by local farmers and producers.
Bed & Breakfast
Thatched family-run establishment on canalside. Ideally located for business or pleasure guests. Cricket ground, crown green bowls and pavilion. Conference rooms. Private pavilion for functions.
If you’re looking for the best steak in the region then head for the Red Pump Inn which is forging a reputation for serving down-to-earth flavoursome dishes featuring premium ingredients – including seriously good steak!
Bed & Breakfast
An unassuming, but attractive coaching inn nestling within The Forest of Bowland, an area of outstanding natural beauty, in the heart of the Ribble Valley.
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
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 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.
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