Use this tool to save details of accommodation, events, places to eat and things to see & do in Lancashire.
To add an item to ‘My Lancashire’, click the relevant
Lancashire Pubs & Inns Collection
In the hills and valleys of Lancashire there lies many a secret. Food provenance is in abundance from the cheeses of Beacon Fell to the shrimps of Morecambe Bay, to the fruit and vegetables of Hesketh Bank and Lonkshire Lambs, the indigenous breed of Lancashire in the hills of Pendle and Bowland.
We are fortunate in Lancashire that we also have a great many pubs and inns serving regional food and drinks, boasting roaring log fires. Many of these pubs and inns are in stunning locations where the combination of food and drink can’t be bettered. I am heavily influenced by the beauty of the land and the special food produced therein. Producers and suppliers such as Peter Ascroft (cauliflowers), Banks Tomatoes, amazing cheeses, Kirkhams, Butlers, Leagrams and many more. Black puddings from Haslingden, the wonderful Lonk Lamb from the hills of Pendle and Bowland, and beef from the valleys to the north western shores with seasonal salmon and bass aplenty; and Morecambe Bay shrimps to top it all off.
I hope this new Lancashire Pubs and Inns Collection will inspire you to head out on a culinary journey into the great county of Lancashire.
Chef Patron at Northcote & Ribble Valley Inns
The Fleece Inn is back doing what it does best - welcoming people to the idyllic and historic village of Dolphinholme with stylish charm, top quality food and drink.
Everything a true English pub should be and visitors can enjoy a wonderful, relaxing environment offering true Lancashire hospitality on the beautiful garden terrace or around a crackling log fire on a cold winter’s day.
Enjoy some of the region’s best food and drink in one of the uniquely styled dining areas. The Cartford Inn is noted for its individuality and contemporary rural-chic style.
Inside the inn, you'll find a very welcoming, relaxing atmosphere; the restaurant maintains a lot of its rustic charm, with two log burning stoves crackling away in the winter.
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. It is the perfect place to eat, drink and sleep.
The Shireburn Arms is a country pub with a difference, it has a civil ceremony licence, fabulous function room with its own bar, a sports room, private dining room, and is complemented by 21 bedrooms.
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 chosen by the award-winning Craig Bancroft.
An historic, award-winning, 18th century inn overlooking scenic Lancashire countryside - is not just for meeting and eating. It’s for relaxing or celebrating in a traditional rural atmosphere with real ales, open log fire and a commitment to your enjoyment.
Step into the warm and welcoming atmosphere of this 150 year old pub located in the picturesque village of Pleasington. The contemporary menu offers twists on traditional local favourites created by the award-winning chef Nigel Haworth.
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.
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.
The Bay Horse Inn is proud to be well recognised in all the leading restaurant and pub guides, giving recognition for Craig’s undoubted culinary skills and his beliefs in using Lancashire speciality produce.
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.
This traditional 18th century inn, perfect for family meals out, comes alive in the evening with a great atmosphere where you can expect the highest quality, locally sourced food, cooked and presented to perfection.
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. The Spread Eagle has built up a first class reputation for fine foods and quality wines.
A slice of country refinement with a twist of creativity and flair awaits you in this beautiful country inn where the team are committed to making an experience of your visit.
If you’re looking for the best steak in the region head for the Red Pump Inn, which has the exclusive honour of serving beef supplied by the revered Ginger Pig of London.
With a hunt lodge style interior, open fires and cosy corners create a welcoming atmosphere, ideal for family meals or drinks with friends. A covered outdoor area makes the Barley Mow the perfect location to refuel and rehydrate after a day exploring the Pendle countryside.
Privately owned 18th century country inn. Open all year for dining, weddings and functions. Now with ten luxury en-suite bedrooms.
With terraced and landscaped gardens outside, and flagged floors and open fires inside, the Aspinall Arms is just the place for walkers, cyclists and anglers to mingle with the friendly locals.
Located on the fringe of the Pendle Forest in the heart of Pennine Lancashire is the beautiful 17th century treasure The Sparrowhawk in Fence.
Sited at Rawtenstall Station, Buffer Stops offers five ales and one real cider on handpump, a range of lagers, continental beers, traditional pub snacks and locally sourced pies.
Just five minutes from Clitheroe and set in the heart of the beautiful Ribble Valley, Parkersarms is nestled in the tiny hamlet of Newton. Indulge in the very best of modern British cooking using only the finest local ingredients they can source.
The modern brasserie and bar is a fantastic place for diners and drinkers to enjoy a Mediterranean inspired menu. Eight stunning bedrooms provide a modern and comfortable stay in a premium and central setting.
Relax and enjoy all they have to offer at the Ship at Elswick where the food is freshly prepared to order and the staff will endeavour to serve you as courteously and speedily as possible.
Handcrafted beers and exceptional food are at the heart of this destination dining experience in Lancashire. The Wayfarer fuses light, contemporary dining rooms with 18th century pub ambience and charm.
|Accommodation||What's On||Things To Do||Food & Drink|
||Wedding Venues||Plan Your Visit|