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County - Lancashire | Map
Tel code: 01200 | code search
Postcode: BB7 | code search
Population: 15000
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Folk Customs:
Holcombe Hill Egg Rolling
Preston Gulid
Saddleworth Rush Cart
The Bacup Coco-Nutters

Clitheroe Events

April
Clitheroe Chic Vintique Fair

July
Clitheroe Area WI Show

August
Clitheroe Cycling Grand Prix
Galloways Antiques Fair
Last Night of the Proms

September
Clitheroe Chic Vintique Fair
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Latest reviews

Moorcock Inn
"Stopped by in the evening for a quick bite after driving all day. Two steak and kidney pies, great food, great pastry. and real chips! nice open fire and the ..." More

Clitheroe Car Boot
"What a con, Got charged £20.00 to set up stall (internal) once stall set a little job's worth came up and charge another £5.00 because some of items for sale ..." More

Browsholme Hall
"We were very interested in this venue for our wedding, as its new and in stunning surroundings. I emailed our required dates & asked for availability , aswell as further information.No ..." More

Travel Tip

"For a great view over the town of Clitheroe and the surrounding countryside, a touch of history, and a bit of exercise before heading off into the lovely Forest of ..." More

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Clitheroe itself is situated in Lancashire, on the southern edge of the Yorkshire Dales, and is well signposted from the A59. A popular base for tourists visiting the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty known as the Forest of Bowland.

To the north is Skipton, known as the gateway to the Dales, there is a traditional street market and it's well worth finding the small shop selling pork pies (it's down by the canal near the church - look for the queues). In the opposite direction on the A59, lies Preston, a pleasant enough town with some major stores and a small 'mall' development. It's the nearest place with a main line station and boasts the first stretch of motor way in the country, as well as the Preston Guild - every twenty years. Other places easily accessible are Burnley, Blackburn and Accrington.

One claim to fame for the area is Pendle Hill, and of course the Pendle witches who came from the surrounding area.

Accountant

Aardvark Sayers & Co
Graham Shaw
Towers & Gornall

Attraction

Browsholme Hall
Clitheroe Castle Museum
Platform Gallery
Rimington Museum of Transport
Slaidburn Heritage Centre
Stonyhurst College
Whalley Abbey

Club

Rendezvous Nightclub

Council

Ribble Valley Borough Council

Dentist

Aspinall, Nolan and Malloch
Dental Surgery
Wright & Schofield

Doctor

Castle Medical Group
Pendleside Medical Practice
Sabden Medical Centre
Slaidburn Country Practice

Estate Agent

Athertons

Black Horse Agencies - Entwistle Green
Craig Estates
Elizabeth Hall
Mortimer Gorse & Ross

Golf Club

Clitheroe
Stonyhurst Park Golf Club

Holiday Park

Three Rivers Park

Inn

Inn at Whitewell
Moorcock Inn
Swan & Royal Hotel

Market

Clitheroe Car Boot
Clitheroe Country Market
Clitheroe Market

Pub and Bar

Assheton Arms
Bridge Inn
Castle
Dog Music & Sports Bar
Horseshoe Inn
Inn at Whitewell
New Inn

Parkers Arms
Pendle Witch
Swan & Royal Hotel
The Black Bull
The Red Pump Inn
Waddington Arms

Restaurant

Amico Mio Ristorante Italiano
Assheton Arms
Browns Bistro
Clover Restaurant
Craven Heifer
Eaves Hall Country Hotel
Northcote Manor
Parkers Arms
Stirk House Hotel
Swan & Royal Hotel
The Red Pump Inn
Waddington Arms
Weezos Restaurant
Wellsprings

Self-Catering

Riverside Cottage
Throstle Hall

Solicitor

Irene Chenery Maher
Steele & Son

Taxi

24 7 taxis
Castle Car Hire
Clitheroe Cars
Pendle Taxis

Venue

Eaves Hall Country Hotel
Stirk House Hotel
The Grand at Clitheroe

Vet

Myerscough Veterinary Group

Sports Clubs

Chatburn CC (Cricket)
Clitheroe (Amateur Football)
Clitheroe & Hynburn (Women's Hockey)
Clitheroe RUFC (Rugby Union)
Clitheroe TC (Tennis)
Ribblesdale Wanderers CC (Cricket)

Shops

Kaydee Bookshop
Floral Basket

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Boots
Shippys Store
Bashall Barn
Shackletons Garden & Lifestyle Centre
Direct Products
Ideal Pet Stores
Seven Exclusive Menswear
Peter Buckley Ltd
Martin J Berry
Cosgroves
Beryl Grierson
Evans
Art Decor
Two Leaves Design
Floral Basket
Porter Roy
S Tyldesley & Son Butchers
D Byrne Co.
The Bowland Brewery
Cowmans Sausages
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PhotoPanorama
Nettletons Jewellers
Autograph Portraits

Antiques

Brindle Fine Arts Ltd
Lees Antiques
Miles Griffiths Antiques Ltd
Driscolls Antiques Ltd

Activities

Cycling Club Of Lancashire(Cycling)
Pendle View Fisheries(Fishing)
Pendle Ski Club(Snow Sports)

Places to Stay near Clitheroe

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Swan & Royal Hotel (0.35 miles)

Swan & Royal Hotel

Set in the centre of the main street of the historic market town of Clitheroe, the Swan and Royal in a former coaching inn dating back to the 1830s.

In its earlier years as a hostelry, ... More | visit website

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Eaves Hall Country Hotel (1.65 miles)

Eaves Hall Country Hotel

Eaves Hall is the archetypal country house hotel dream come true. You can't help but be entranced as you sweep through its ornate entrance gates, pass the attractive gatehouse and wend your way up the ... More | visit website

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Mitton Hall Country House Hotel (3.06 miles)

Mitton Hall Country House Hotel
It was passion that drove us to lovingly restore this magnificent 15th century manor house and to expose its true beauty. Our journey started and ended by returning to where it all began those centuries ... More | visit website
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Riverside Cottage (3.06 miles)

Riverside Cottage
A recently converted barn located by the banks of the River Ribble in the pretty village of Sawley in the Forest of Bowland. A wonderful area for walking and cycling and only 3miles ... More | visit website
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Moorcock Inn (3.34 miles)

Moorcock Inn

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Welcome to THE MOORCOCK INN, a privately owned hotel with 12 en-suite bedrooms, and 3 function rooms, situated at the head of the beautiful Ribble Valley, boasting ... More

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The Spread Eagle Hotel (3.52 miles)

The Spread Eagle Hotel
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. On one side of the building flows the River Ribble, ... More | visit website
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Bayley Arms (3.73 miles)

Bayley Arms

16c country inn , full of character and friendly welcome . the bayley is a subtle mix of old and new , but always sticking to the philosophy of offering good service, quality comfortable accommodation, ... More | visit website

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Throstle Hall (3.89 miles)

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In a wonderful position on the slopes of Pendle Hill, this superbly renovated farmhouse and its acre of grounds boast breathtaking views over the Ribble Valley and ... More

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Shireburn Arms Hotel (4.23 miles)

Shireburn Arms Hotel
Relax and unwind in the friendly, informality of this award winning, family-owned, 4 star Country Inn. Centrally located between Clitheroe, Burnley, Preston and Blackburn and only 8 miles from the M6 and M65 the Shireburn ... More | visit website
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Best Western Higher Trapp Country House Hotel (4.42 miles)

Best Western Higher Trapp Country House Hotel

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Nestled amid over 4 acres of magnificent terraced gardens, this charming country house is beautifully set on the enchanting Pendle Hillside, boasting panoramic views over the Lancashire countryside. Originally built in the ... More

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