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The commitment to comfort and luxury is most evident in the bedrooms which are designed and furnished to the highest standards and suitable for everyone whether it is for business or pleasure. All rooms have Wi-Fi, direct dial telephones, televisions and tea & coffee making facilities. The ongoing dedication to providing an excellent customer experience is also reflected in the wheelchair accessible rooms and the provision of cots.
The restaurant is situated in the original 16th Century Manor House, benefitting from beautiful original ceilings, wooden floors and an eye catching fireplace. It overlooks the charming conservatory area within the hotel, with views out across the hotel grounds and the beautiful countryside beyond. The hotel pride themselves on the quality of the food and first class service, all products are sourced from the best local suppliers and wherever possible organic natural produce is used in all the homemade dishes. There is an extensive wine selection be it from the wine list or the monthly cellar recommendations. The friendly staff are at hand to guide and assist in matching the food and wine. Alternatively guests can enjoy a local cask ale or perhaps a malt from the whiskey trolley.
The hotel has its own in house leisure facility for guest's complimentary use. The complex is complete with swimming pool, sauna, steam room, gymnasium, personal training area and solarium. The well qualified, friendly leisure advisors are there to ensure your safety and help with any exercise questions.
The Ribble Valley Boasts a range of leisure facilities including golf, fishing, horse riding, hot air ballooning and clay pigeon shooting. The ancient market town of Clitheroe is a perfect to stay for guests wishing to explore Lancashire's Forest of Bowland, one of England's 36 Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Clitheroe Castle dates back to the 12th Century and is said to be the smallest Norman castle in England, this is now home to a museum and 16 acres of landscaped gardens including attractions to appeal to every age group. Further afield Lancashire and Blackpool have everything you need for a day out, with world class events and attractions, yet steeped in centuries old heritage and legendary folklore this area offers a slice of life for everyone.