Clitheroe Tips:

"For a great view over the town of Clitheroe and t...more

Featured Destination

March 2020: West Norfolk

Welcome to West Norfolk, a truly special place of unspoilt charm and natural beauty, where tranquillity and relaxation are the order of the day.

Set against ...More
More Uk destinations

Hotels in Clitheroe

The Old Post House Hotel
44-48 King St

BB7 2EU | View map

Write a review
update this listing
Book Now

We wish to welcome you to the Old Post House Hotel set in the beautiful Ribble Valley. As a family run hotel it offers a friendly personal service to both business and private guests. The Hotel was used as a post office up to 1928 and retains a lot of its original charm and features, since then it has been Clitheroe's most prestigious and distinctive hotel. There is ramp access into the hotel from our private car park at the rear of the hotel. Our Hotel also offers FREE WiFi internet access.

Clitheroe is a historic Lancashire market town with excellent road and rail links to all major towns in the North West of England. Blackburn is about 7 miles away. The nearest Airport is at Blackpool some 27 miles. Discover the spectacular scenery of unspoilt rural Lancashire at the centre of the United Kingdom.

Whether you enjoy the occasional cycle ride or if you are a serious enthusiast, we can offer excellent facilities including:- Cycle hire, Packed lunches, Drying rooms, Secure bicycle storage, Maps and Free cycle routes for the Ribble Valley.

Whatever your reason for staying, you will find a warm welcome awaits from your hosts.

More Hotels nearby

Avenue Hotel (4.16 miles)

Stirk House Hotel (4.71 miles)

Keirby Inn (8.47 miles)

Courtyard Bradford (12.65 miles)

Harts Head Inn (14.40 miles)

Today's best hotels deals

This page viewed on 2,965 occasions since 28th August 2007

Brit Quote:
Rock and roll doesn't necessarily mean a band. It doesn't mean a singer, and it doesn't mean a lyric, really. It's that question of trying to be immortal - Malcolm McLaren
More Quotes

On this day:
The English Restoration - Charles II lands on British Soil - 1660, HMS Pinafore Opens - 1878, Celtic win the European Cup - 1967, Tubular Bells released - 1973, Star Wars Opens - 1977, HMS Coventry Sunk - 1982
More dates from British history

click here to view all the British counties

County Pages