Lush green countryside, savage moorland, and then there’s the Ribble Valley’s food... Another glowing recommendation for the Assheton Arms in the Guardian Read More Here...
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The Assheton Arms has been named as one of it's top 10 pubs in the UK for Sunday Lunch, read the article here (you'll have to scroll down the page) https://www.theguardian.com/travel/2018/oct/27/50-best-uk-pubs-sunday-lunch-craft-beer-history-dog-friendly
It’s hard not to fall in love with the Assheton Arms... The Assheton Arms recently had a surprise visit from acclaimed Guardian food critic Grace Dent "We chose an
Celebrations and nominations Assheton Arms, located in the picturesque Ribble Valley village of Downham, is celebrating after securing the County Dining Pub award from The Good Pub Guide for a
Seafood and Sparkling Wines of the World at The Inn, South Stainley Previously The Red Lion, The Inn at South Stainley, Harrogate, is now part of the award-winning Seafood Pub Company and approaching its first birthday
Forest at Fence formally launched its new gin still at a celebration evening on Thursday 20th September. Known as The Gin Spinner (all gin stills are given a name) and located in the main
Diners at the various Seafood Pub Company locations recently enjoyed a special treat in the form of a huge halibut. The fish, weighing a hefty 72kg, was caught on Shetland and delivered to the Fleetwood base
Friday 20thJuly saw The Fenwick in Claughton host a special Portuguese theme night. This proved a huge success, attracting a sell-out crowd to the historic and atmospheric Lune Valley establishment. The event celebrated the heritage of
Isabella wins Ribble Valley Tourism Award Isabella is one of the original members of the rapidly growing Seafood Pub company business and has played a huge part in its journey so far. She is known for
“Wreath-ly” great start to the festive season The Christmas season got off to a creative start for groups of friends and families attending wreath making workshops at the Roosters Bistro in Higham. The workshops, run by