Clitheroe (/ˈklɪðəroʊ/ KLIDH-ə-roh) is a town and civil parish in the Borough of Ribble Valley, approximately 34 miles (55 km) northwest of Manchester, in Lancashire, England. It is near the Forest of Bowland, and is often used as a base for tourists visiting the area. In 2016, Clitheroe Built-up Area had an estimated population of 15,517.
Things to do in Clitheroe
4.5 based on 542 reviews
Ill start with the bad point and say that the barmen were a little blunt and didn't seem to have any chit chat about them. Anyway, we were seated in front of a fire which was a big win for me. The drinks were brought...MoreMany thanks for your write up and I am sorry about our chatless barman I'll go give him a kick. Glad you enjoyed the rest of the inn and the food. Regards Cb
4 based on 749 reviews
Visited Friday lunchtime on 9th Feb
All Four of us had the tasting menu which I can only describe as sublime. I honestly couldn’t choose a favourite course, it was that good. Deep, intense, challenging, above all interesting food outstandingly prepared and presented.
The staff were excellent, friendly, knowledgable and discrete
The Amalfie Merangue thing was to die for
If this was to be my last supper I would be a very happy diner.
Thanks to Stephen an£ the team.
4.5 based on 149 reviews
A Great British Country Pub nestled in the Ribble Valley overlooked by Pendle Hill in the most Idylic Hamlet called Paythorne. A real Country Pub owned by the same family for nearly twenty years and one of Ribble Valley's longest serving landlady's. We welcome everyone from walkers, cyclist, dog owners and especially familes. So whenever you are in the area do make sure to call in and say hello. Situated off the A682 between Gisburn and Long Preston. The Buck Country Pub. The Perfect Pint, Remarkable Food and Always a Warm Welcome.
Went in thinking of eating but it was not our scene, children running round and playing all over I think from the caravan site. The tables and chairs could do with a refurb, lacked good atmosphere, staff very pleasant but overall not what I expect from a country pub advertising good food not at all what we expected.
4 based on 481 reviews
A contemporary country inn with its fair share of history, The Parkers Arms is located just outside of Clitheroe in the prettily sleepy village of Newton in Bowland where, so we���re told ���you can hear the grass grow���. The beautifully traditional whitewashed inn, hung with colourful baskets of flowers and lined with parasol shaded outdoor tables, invites guests in with the promise of glorious regional food and a relaxed but sophisticated atmosphere ��� both of which it delivers in spades. The cuisine is rightfully British, with a few global treats of course, based on local and seasonal ingredients cooked using creativity and imagination as well as a little tradition too (and speaking of tradition we absolutely insist you try the fantastic Sunday roast here at The Parkers Arms). Pints of good local ales are joined by delicious wines from all over the globe, so whether you���re resting after a bracing dog walk or celebrating a special occasion, The Parkers Arms has not only the food but the drink to suit too. Indeed, balancing modern and classic style, informal and efficient service and relaxed and special food, The Parkers Arms appears to have created what could quite easily be the perfect local inn.
We had Sunday lunch and both had 3 courses for £25. Quite simply every course, and every dish was simply superb, and to have all 3 courses for £25 is an absolute bargain. Service was very courteous, attentive and knowledgeable, without being pushy or overbearing.
My only piece of friendly advice to the owners would be to possibly improve the website in order to reflect just how good the food is, including some menus ( I could only see a childrens menu & valentines menu ) plus better gallery pictures that are up to date, with the gallery link placed at the top of the page.
Thank you for a fantastic afternoon.
4.5 based on 427 reviews
Fall in love with menus inspired by great British food and Breda Murphy’s stunning surroundings. From breathtaking views and Valleys to star-studded skies, the Ribble Valley offers a picture-perfect backdrop for Breda Murphy Restaurant and Delicatessen. Located in Whalley and nestled in the heart of an area of outstanding natural beauty, the restaurant features a ground floor dining area, Reilly’s Bar boasting an exclusive list of wines, ales and spirits, plus a luxury private dining area located on the upper floor. Breda Murphy also features a standalone delicatessen which serves delicious, natural and seasonal deli plus hot drinks and refreshments available for take-out. The award-winning Breda Murphy Restaurant and Delicatessen has been delighting visitors with modern British and Irish cuisine inspired by the Breda’s home region of County Carlow, and Lancashire’s Ribble Valley since 2006. With Gareth Bevan as head chef, its unmistaken commitment to great food, style and down-to-earth service has won UK awards and many a local friend in the process. Popular dishes include market fish of the day with brown shrimps, Cornish crab salad, roast fillet of Bowland beef and Breda Murphy’s classic fish pie. Complement your dish with one of Breda’s fine wines and spirits found in her extensive Reilly’s Bar wine list. The restaurant also serves breakfast Friday to Sunday and Sunday lunch. The delicatessen offers seasonal deli, light breakfasts, cakes and coffees together with Takeout meals and sandwiches. Customers can also place and collect outside catering orders.
Nipped into Breda’s with my Dad and boyfriend on Saturday morning for breakfast. I really fancied Eggs Royale which isn’t on the menu but as soon as I mentioned that that’s what I would like to Breda, she said it wouldn’t be a problem. Wow!...MoreMany thanks for your review I'm delighted you enjoyed your Eggs Royale! See you again soon. B x
4 based on 574 reviews
Cafe/Deli Bar part of Maureen Cookson, (Ladies Clothes Shop)on George Street in Whalley. Private car park. Serving breakfasts, lunch, afternoon teas and early family meals. menu complemented by daily specials board. Brigade led by Rachel Pinder and her Young and passionate team. Full delicatessen with homemade takeaway options. Freshly baked bread, local sausages, olives through to truffles.. and a fantastic selection for gluten free. Open from 9am Monday to Saturday until 6.00pm with last food orders at 5.30. Sunday 9 til 4pm for Benedicts breakfast menu. Listed in The Times in their top ten places to eat brunch, GQ magazine and Olive mag. Whalley is a stunning village filled with wonderful independent shops.
We have usually enjoyed our visits to benedicts, but after this morning feel very disappointed and won't be rushing back. Had a long wait just to get our drinks (filter coffee so not complicated) and an even longer wait for our breakfast. The breakfast however was very nice and thankfully the free refills of coffee kept us going whilst we waited. However whilst i dont really mind cafes allowing dogs, i do mind waitresses making a fuss over them and allowing them to jump up on their uniform before then continuing to clear tables. Thankfully we had finished our breakfast by then.
5 based on 142 reviews
Where can you get corned beef hash, lasagne and scampi in the same menu and all of it hot, tasty and great value.
Lunch for 2 with drinks for under £20 is amazing value for this quality served by a friendly and efficient staff. I will be back as soon as I can.
4 based on 407 reviews
Having taken a party here last September this was the first chance my wife, daughter and I had to re-visit and we were not disappointed. The menu is varied and something there for everyone, My wife and daughter had the Chicken in White Wine whilst I had the mixed grill. We all thoroughly enjoyed the food. The service was excellent and hopefully we will not leave it too long this tine before we are back.
4.5 based on 290 reviews
After our Son aged 4 had set his heart on a chicken dinner with Yorkshire pudding! We asked our friendly waitress if there was anything they could? Well we turns out they could. As requested by GREEN veg, Yorkshire pud and a Roast Chicken breast was cooked up by tge chef. Happy children means happy grown ups! Our meals were all fantastic. Then the chocolate brownie for dessert was a winner with coconut ice-cream! It was more of a roll home than a walk. We will be back! Thank you
4.5 based on 437 reviews
Looking for somewhere different for lunch and read the reviews for waddington arms. What a great find. Lamb hot pot fantastic my partner had the steak and ale pie, with great chips and perfectly cooked vegetables. Service outstanding but leaving the best till last the beer hen Harriet kept to a perfect standard.. could order anything off the menu with confidence and can’t wait to go back.
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