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Lancashire Pubs

Lancashire 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.

Lancashire chefs triumphed at the 2017 Estrella Damm Top 50 Gastropub Awards, with five establishments listed in the prestigious awards, making Lancashire the best performing county in the competition.

Freemasons at Wiswell, run by chef proprietor Steven Smith, rose two places to 4th position, while Parkersarms in Newton in Bowland became the list’s highest climber, climbing 35 places from 48 to 13. Three Lancashire establishments entered this year’s top 50; The Inn at Whitewell at 21, The Assheton Arms at 22, and The White Swan at Fence at 48. Read more

Find these and many other great pubs and inns listed below or order a copy of the Lancashire Pubs & Inns Collection here

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  1. Add The Highwayman to your Itinerary

    The Highwayman

    Type

    Restaurant

    Location:

    Kirkby Lonsdale

    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.

  2. Add Eagle and Child to your Itinerary

    Eagle and Child

    Type

    Pub/Inn

    Location:

    Bury

    A new entry in the Good Food Guide 2015, serving you the best locally sourced and seasonal Pennine foods using traditional recipes, so you can experience the best in Lancashire pub grub and hospitality.

  3. Add The Higher Buck to your Itinerary

    The Higher Buck

    Type

    Pub/Inn

    Location:

    Clitheroe

    Boasting a traditional informal pub atmosphere with some modern tasteful touches, the inn now offers excellent food and seven beautifully appointed and individually furnished bedrooms.

  4. Add Parkersarms  to your Itinerary

    Parkersarms

    Type

    Pub/Inn

    Location:

    Clitheroe

    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.

  5. Add The Shireburn Arms Hotel to your Itinerary

    The Shireburn Arms Hotel

    Type

    Restaurant

    Location:

    Clitheroe

    The Shireburn Arms is a historic 17th Century inn of great warmth and character, at the heart of the Ribble Valley, and home to the Tolkien Trail. Located in Hurst Green, it is a stone’s throw from Stonyhurst College, and boasts far reaching views.

  6. Add The Ship at Lathom to your Itinerary

    The Ship at Lathom

    Type

    Pub/Inn

    Location:

    Lathom

    A traditional ‘Great British Pub’ with Country Inn dining situated on the canal side in the village of Lathom, West Lancashire.
    Serving a wide range of real ales – always at least six on offer; premium lagers and stouts; fine wines and spirits – including a range of malt whiskies in a cosy...

  7. Add The Royal Oak at Riley Green to your Itinerary

    The Royal Oak at Riley Green

    Type

    Pub/Inn

    Location:

    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.

    The food is...

  8. Add The Waddington Arms to your Itinerary

    The Waddington Arms

    Type

    Pub/Inn

    Location:

    Clitheroe

    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

  9. Add The Red Pump Inn to your Itinerary

    The Red Pump Inn

    Type

    Restaurant

    Location:

    Clitheroe

    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!

  10. Add The Spread Eagle to your Itinerary

    The Spread Eagle

    Type

    Pub/Inn

    Location:

    Clitheroe

    The Spread Eagle at Sawley is a 17th Century Grade II listed country inn full of character and situated on the edge of the Forest of Bowland with unrivalled views over the River Ribble.

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