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Slaidburn is as near the heart of the Forest of Bowland as you can get, a lovely village in fabulous countryside with the Ribble here crossed by a fine stone bridge running by it... Read More.

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Laytham's Farmhouse

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Set amidst beautiful scenery, and enjoying glorious views of the Forest of Bowland, renowned for its unspoilt landscape and bird and wildlife, this 17th century longhouse has ... More

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Moorcock Inn (3.59 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 | Double Room: 65

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Inn at Whitewell (4.70 miles)

Inn at Whitewell
An art gallery and wine merchant share the premises of this chaotically welcoming and friendly inn, the earliest parts of which date back to the early 1300's.

The keeper of the 'Foret' - the Royal hunting ... More | Double Room: From 120 | visit website
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Middle Flass Lodge (4.93 miles)

Middle Flass Lodge
Friendly, welcoming owners in a delightfully located barn conversion. Plenty of beams add to the rustic effect. Pleasantly decorated,comfy rooms with countryside outlook. Blackboards eclectic menu boasts local seasonal choices. Set in beautiful countryside ... More | visit website
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Eaves Hall Country Hotel (5.16 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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The Spread Eagle Hotel (5.40 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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Stirk House Hotel (6.31 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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Swan & Royal Hotel (6.55 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 | Double Room: 62.50 | visit website

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Plough Inn (The) (6.73 miles)

Plough Inn (The)

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Very friendly, family run 18th century Inn with spectacular views. Ideal base for touring/walking Yorkshire Dales, Forest Bowland, Lakes. 9 well-appointed en-suite rooms, ... More | Double Room: From 37.50
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Gibbon Bridge Hotel (7.73 miles)

Gibbon Bridge Hotel

The Gibbon Bridge Hotel is located in the heart of a very special part of England. A well kept secret to many, the Forest of Bowland is both a delight and a pleasure with its ... More | Double Room: 140 based on two sharing | visit website

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Throstle Hall (8.00 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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