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The Bay Horse Worsthorne


17 Church Square, Worsthorne, Burnley, Lancashire, BB10 3NH

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The Bay Horse Worsthorne

The Bay Horse is ideal for a visit for all occasions.  Enjoy brunch at weekends, before a day out on the hills or just as a great start to the day for the family with the homemade waffles as a treat for any age.  Serving lunch everyday, providing a spot for a simple catch up with a friend, or enjoying dinner and drinks, you will be sure never to leave disappointed after sampling the wide range of carefully selected wines, spirits, draught, craft ales and being spoilt for choice with the freshly prepared contemporary pub food, using locally sourced ingredients and only the best produce the north west has to offer

Well behaved dogs are welcome, with allocated areas and tables for you and your dog to enjoy.  There is a dog brunch on Saturday and Sunday mornings, so your dog can enjoy the pub with you after a morning walk.   A takeaway service is available for your favourite coffee, tea or hot chocolate to take with you.  

Standing proudly in the centre of Worsthorne, next to the historic church of St John The Evangelist.  The Bay Horse, as it is known today, was constructed in 1899 during the reign of Queen Victoria, replacing the original Elizabethan farmhouse.  So for over 120 years, the Bay Horse has been right at the heart of the village.  An imposing building, it is a wonderful example of Victorian architecture and displays some of the architectural refinement and decoration that had become common during this period around the 1870s.

The Bay Horse is only a short wander from the hills and valleys which inspired the Bronte sisters, with miles of hiking, bike and horse riding trails to choose from.  A simple short stroll around Hurstwood or the Mary Towneley Loop is also an option, before lunch or dinner, as The Bay Horse is ideally positioned as a start and end point for your day.  Or you can just enjoy a relaxing drink by the fire.

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Opening Times

Season (1 Jan 2024 - 31 Dec 2024)
Monday - Thursday12:00 - 00:00
Friday12:00 - 01:00
Saturday10:00 - 01:00
Sunday10:00 - 00:00


  • Sub-Regional AwardsPartner of Visit Lancashire Partner of Visit Lancashire 2018




  • Use and Promote Local Produce


  • Bar
  • Serve Breakfast
  • Serve Evening Meal
  • Serve Lunch
  • Take away service

Children & Infants

  • Children Welcome

Establishment Features

  • Dogs Accepted
  • Real Log Fires

Parking & Transport

  • Car Parking

Provider Preferences

  • Al fresco dining
  • In countryside

Special Offers

  • Set menu offer
    Two course for £18
    Three courses for £20

    Available Monday to Thursday 12:00 - 21:00, running alongside the main menu.
    Ts & Cs apply.

    Food and Drink Offers - redeem this special offer between 13/11/2023 and 13/11/2024

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