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Dog & Partridge
"My wife and I have been regular customers for thirty five years:the Dog and Partridge is still our favourite eatery:because the grub is top notch and consistently good:the landlord and ..." More

Dog & Partridge
"We,as a family have just enjoyed a wonderful evening at the Dog and Partridge.It was an 80th birthday celebration for my mother in law.Everything was great,the attention from the staff,the ..." More

Dog & Partridge
"This restaurant has got to be one of the best establishments in the UK! For sheer food quality, value for money, atmosphere, friendly service, we would happily give this ..." More

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"We just love Chipping. The Sun in and the Tilletson's are the most friendly pubs we have ever been in. We have bought the Bolt Hole Cottage and ..." More

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Set in the picturesque Ribble Valley, a few miles to the west of Clitheroe, the village of Chipping is a gem of rural Lancashire rightly proud of its history. Chipping was once the market centre for the area, indeed the name is derived from Chepyn, an old English word for market. The village thrives still, though the market is long gone. The oldest of its three churches is St Bartholomew’s, founded in 597, although the bulk of the building is dates from 1506. Much of Chipping’s architecture is seventeenth century. The Post Office is Britain’s oldest continuously trading shop, built in 1668 by cloth merchant John Brabin. When Brabin died in 1683 his money built the almshouses and old schoolhouse on cobbled Windy Street, a quaint spot flanked by stone cottages with traditional mullioned windows and tiny gardens. The village boasts a fine ghost story. Lizzie Dean, a barmaid at the Sun Inn, hanged herself after seeing her fiancé marrying another. The vicar refused her request to be buried beneath St Bartholomew’s path (to make her lover walk over her to get to church), and so she supposedly haunts the Sun to this day. As well as churches there are three more Chs to note here. Cheese (there are several craft producers of Lancashire cheese); chairs (H.J. Berry has made furniture in a mill beside Chipping Brook since the 1890s), and beautiful chestnut trees.


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Gibbon Bridge Hotel (0.75 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 | visit website

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Inn at Whitewell (3.20 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 | visit website
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Barton Grange Hotel (4.01 miles)

Barton Grange Hotel

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With a convenient location, superb dining and great facilities, Preston’s newest 4-star hotel is stylish and contemporary, whilst simultaneously retaining all the traditional charm of the original manor house.
Just minutes from ... More

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Ye Horns Inn (4.22 miles)

Ye Horns Inn
YE HORNS INN has all the comforts of a traditional Lancastrian hostelry.
The Inn is renowned for its warm welcome, traditional style of cooking and top quality accommodation.
Dating back to before the 1780's little ... More | visit website
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Bayley Arms (4.97 miles)

Bayley Arms

16c country inn , full of character and friendly welcome . the bayley is a subtle mix of old and new , but always sticking to the philosophy of offering good service, quality comfortable accommodation, ... More | visit website

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Shireburn Arms Hotel (5.23 miles)

Shireburn Arms Hotel
Relax and unwind in the friendly, informality of this award winning, family-owned, 4 star Country Inn. Centrally located between Clitheroe, Burnley, Preston and Blackburn and only 8 miles from the M6 and M65 the Shireburn ... More | visit website
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Riverside Barn (5.52 miles)

Riverside Barn

We have 2 double bedrooms, 1 ensuite. Both rooms have river veiws and are furnished to a high standard with colour tv, and tea & coffee making facilities. Enjoy our riverside location, large ... More | visit website

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Calderbank Country Lodge (5.74 miles)

The Calderbank Country Lodge is situated in the picturesque hamlet of Oakenclough near Garstang in Lancashire. It offers a quiet Bed and Breakfast retreat surrounded by open countryside in the Forest of Bowland. ... More | visit website
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Riverside Cottage (6.00 miles)

Riverside Cottage
A recently converted barn located by the banks of the River Ribble in the pretty village of Sawley in the Forest of Bowland. A wonderful area for walking and cycling and only 3miles ... More | visit website
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Mitton Hall Country House Hotel (6.00 miles)

Mitton Hall Country House Hotel
It was passion that drove us to lovingly restore this magnificent 15th century manor house and to expose its true beauty. Our journey started and ended by returning to where it all began those centuries ... More | visit website

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