The Assheton Arms, Downham, Clitheroe. To Book Call: 01200 441227
Winner of a number of awards, including Lancashire Life Dining Pub of the Year, in Lancashire Tourism Awards Pub of the Year and Ribble Valley Tourism Team of the Year, this historic Grade II listed village pub is in the untouched conservation village of Downham. Boasting stunning views of Pendle Hill, bedrooms and rental cottages will be available from Autumn 2014.
Farmers Arms, Great Eccleston, Lancashire. To Book Call: 01995 672018
Where better to sample the best seafood in Lancashire than on the idyllic Fylde Coast? The Fylde Coast is home to Chris Neve, who uses his 40 years of experience of the fishing industry to source the finest quality produce from the sea for our dishes. The Farmers Arms, in the picturesque market village of Great Eccleston, combines an ambient pub, private dining, two dining floors and a courtyard for outside dining. …
The Fenwick, Lancaster Road, Claughton. To Book Call: 01524 221157
The Lune Valley village of Claughton sits on the main road between Lancaster and Kirkby Lonsdale, just minutes from Devil’s Bridge and in the perfect location to explore the Forest of Bowland. At over 250 years old, the atmospheric dining pub is among Lancaster’s busiest and best gastro-pubs, bursting with character and charm with large open fires, low beamed ceilings and oak planked floors…
The Oyster & Otter, Feniscowles, Blackburn. To Book Call: 01254 203200
The ‘New England’ style wood-planked walls and decking leads into a stylish open plan interior with bright contemporary décor. This neighbourhood restaurant and bar, with live music and entertainment nights, private function facilities and a takeaway service is conveniently located close to the M65 making it the ideal meeting place. The Great British Pub Awards ‘Best Food Pub’ winner…
Derby Arms, Thornley, PR3 2NB ~ Open 7th August 2014. To Book Call: 01772 782370
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. The picturesque village pub and restaurant has been recently redesigned using oak, slate and steel. It features a central bar leading into three relaxed dining rooms, two with welcoming feature fireplaces…
Coming Soon! Fancy something different? The Barley Mow, marking the start and end of a walk up Pendle Hill, puts the pub into the Seafood Pub Company. Serving pub classics and on-trend eats our proper pub has its own wow factor with a hunt lodge style interior and 5 guest bedrooms. Open fires create a warm welcome whilst a covered outdoor seating area is ideal for family meals or a drink in the open air with friends. It’s the perfect location to refuel after a day exploring the Pendle countryside. OPENING AUTUMN 2014.
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very much looking forward to eating at the Derby Arms. As we live in Goosnargh its not to far away, but we have eaten in most of the Seafood group. All excellent. Well done.
Looking forward to Derby Arms. Love your other venues and the Derby is closer to home.