- Very Good
- 9 guest reviews
"We really enjoyed the Pendle Inn. Lovely and cosy, plenty of room and very clean. Friendly staff at the adjoining pub. Perfect if you are a..."
"A lovely Inn in a beautiful area with 6 terraced cottages in yard. Very clean and comfy and warm, with some nice touches. We didn't eat ther..."
"Lovely little place, very clean and very friendly..."
"Self catering rooms - low in kitchen utensils no breakfast in charge..."
"It were very nice and not haunted at all..."
About the hotel
The Pendle Inn is a well established country watering hole for many walkers, cyclists, groups and families who have enjoyed the local area and all it has to offer. We are set in The Forest of Bowland but only 5 miles from the neighbouring towns of Burnley and Clitheroe. The village of Barley has great facilities for those with outdoors at mind and plenty for the children to keep them entertained with special sculpture walks, parks and ice creams the little ones will go home happy! The Inn itself is at the heart of the village serving 6 real ales and is often the meeting point for many groups.
We serve food and drinks from 12 pm daily, with meals to suit every appetite, from Home-made Pies to Hand-Cut Steaks from the local farm. Children and Dogs are well catered for with special menus for the little ones and treats for your four legged friends. Dogs staying in the rooms are charged at £5 per night. The rooms at the Inn are set in an annex just meters from the pub with parking and private access provided. Based on two levels with your private bathroom, lounge and mini kitchen on the ground floor and your super king bed on the first floor. Tea and Coffee making facilities are included with complimentary biscuits, and toiletries also. We look forward to welcoming you should choose the Pendle Inn for your next country retreat.
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- Wedding Licence
- Car parking available onsite, Car Parking Available Offsite
- Restaurant, Bar
- Hotel services
- Limited Hours Room Service
- Family friendly
- Interconnecting rooms available
- Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
- Horse Riding
Useful Info Show/hide
- From 14:00 hours
- Until 11:00 hours
- The price shown is based on the occupancy and dates you have searched for. Prices and availability are subject to change based on the arrival date, number of nights and occupancy searched for. All prices are inclusive of all local taxes.
- Pets are not allowed
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78% would recommend it to a friend
Excellent place to stay
We really enjoyed the Pendle Inn.
Lovely and cosy, plenty of room and very clean. Friendly staff at the adjoining pub. Perfect if you are a walker but just as good for us going to a family get together nearby. We would definitely book again. Thank you.
Necessary journey for funeral, inn recommended by friend
A lovely Inn in a beautiful area with 6 terraced cottages in yard.
Very clean and comfy and warm, with some nice touches. We didn't eat there but had a drink in the bar, which was very pleasant. No breakfast provided but there was a tiny kitchen in the room for snacks. Main fault was the thinness of the walls- only there for one night but we could hear TV very clearly in the adjoining cottage, and when I was kneeling next to our TV, working out how to switch it on, I realised that the connecting door behind TV had a big keyhole where you could clearly see next door's room and TV. Had someone walked past, you would have seen them too. There was also a connecting door on the opposite wall with a similar big keyhole, but this cottage wasn't occupied.
Similarly I noticed when I was in the bathroom - opposite front door - there was a big key hole there too, and looking through it from outside, you could see straight into the bathroom and toilet. Very embarrassing if you had door ajar. The downstairs bathroom was inconvenient too, as my husband's illness necessitates him getting up several times a night, so he had an uncomfortable night on the settee, while I had a lovely bed to myself upstairs. But the couple who run it were very nice and helpful, allowing us access earlier than the stated 2pm, to enable us to change and get to funeral in Burnley. The staff also assisted us with help to negotiate the TV, coming across in the pouring rain. Sadly we would probably not come here again because of the above reasons. We accept nothing can be done about the bathroom, but the sound carrying and 'spy-holes' need to be addressed, as I have noted other comments on your web site about the sound through the walls.