Barnoldswick

Barnoldswick is a small town in the Craven district whose position on the Leeds-Liverpool Canal says something about its industrial past, though the pretty stone centre with good shopping now suggests rural market town rather than hive of commerce... Read More

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The Craven Heifer Inn

The Craven Heifer Inn
Situated in the rural village of Kelbrook, The Craven Heifer Inn has been a popular hostelry for locals and visitors alike for over 150 years. Now, having undergone many alterations and uses, the pub has ... More | visit website
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The Old Stone Trough Country Lodge

The Old Stone Trough Country Lodge

Situated in the Lancashire hills in the heart of Pendle Witch country, the hotel is an ideal base for exploring the Yorkshire Dales, the canals, many beauty spots and ancient monuments for which the area ... More | visit website

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Fernside Cottage (1.91 miles)

Fernside Cottage

Fernside Cottage is a deluxe one bedroom new build, furnished and decorated to a particularly high standard. The cottage is a character property in an elevated position, offering delightful accommodation encompassing wonderful far-reaching views ... More | visit website

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Alma Inn (4.29 miles)

Alma Inn

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Nestled in Pendle's magnificent countryside, located on the Lancashire-Yorkshire border above the village of Laneshawbridge, this rural coaching inn was originally built in 1725. Following our very careful and sympathetic ... More

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Rye Flatt Farmhouse (4.69 miles)

Rye Flatt Farmhouse
Rye Flatt is a period stone farmhouse in the delightful village of Laneshawbridge in Lancashire on the edge of Wycollar Country Park. It has been awarded a 4 star rating from Visit Britain. It is ... More | visit website
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Stirk House Hotel (4.90 miles)

Stirk House Hotel

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The Stirk House Hotel, a 16th Century Manor House Hotel on the Lancashire Yorkshire boarders is in an excellent location just off the A59 ideal for both our Business Guests ... More

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Throstle Hall (4.96 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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Stone Head House (5.02 miles)

Stone Head House

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Welcome to Stone Head House. Built in 1596 this beautiful Manor House later served as a working farm, and now a guest house in the small valley of Stone Head ... More

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The Pendle Inn (5.32 miles)

The Pendle Inn
The Home of the Pendle Witches where Log fires and a warm welcome awaits. We offer good, honest Lancashire pub food, fine local ales and en suite holiday cottages to rest your tired legs. We source ... More | visit website
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Premier Inn Skipton North (Gargrave) (5.46 miles)

In the heart of the Yorkshire Dales, alongside the Leeds Liverpool Canal, this Premier Inn makes an ideal base from which to explore the local surrounds. For shops and local amenities the market town of ... More | visit website
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The Spread Eagle Hotel (6.29 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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Poppy Cottage Guest House (6.33 miles)

Poppy Cottage Guest House
Poppy Cottage Guest House is a delightful 16th century cottage attached to the home of Steve & Sally Hall at Ivy Cottage Farm, Carleton-in-Craven. Just 2 miles from the historic, market town of Skipton and ... More | visit website

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