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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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Nestling in the lea of Pendle Hill, The Assheton Arms is a delightful, traditional country pub in the picturesque village of Downham, just 3 miles from Clitheroe. A comprehensive menu suitable for a lunchtime snack or a full meal with wine.
A canal side country pub located in Burscough in the heart of West Lancashire. Serving a large selection of traditional British meals and sandwiches, including children's meals and daily specials. They also have a great selection of Cask Ales, with 2 Guest Ales that change weekly.
Tea Room/Coffee Shop
Come for a delicious homemade cake and fairtrade tea / coffee or a bowl of soup with our homemade Artisan Bread. Let your creative juices flow by creating your unique piece of pottery and have a fun afternoon painting.
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.
The Highwayman, an 18th century coaching inn, has been part of the Ribble Valley Inns since 2007. Enjoy a wonderful, relaxing environment offering true Lancashire hospitality on the beautifully appointed garden terrace or around a crackling log fire.
Parkersarms 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 they can source.
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.
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.
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.
In a dramatic rural riverside setting in the heart of the Forest of Bowland AONB, the multi-award winning Inn at Whitewell serves up a delicious menu in both the bar area and the more formal dining room.
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