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9 Clitheroe Hotels and Guest Houses

The Shireburn Arms


4.3 miles from Clitheroe

Whalley Rd, Hurst Green, Clitheroe, BB7 9QJ · Map



Double from: £125.00

per room per night

Mitton Hall Hotel

4 stars

2.7 miles from Clitheroe

Nr Whalley, Clitheroe, BB7 9PQ · Map

Phone: +44 (0)1254 826544


Single from: £75.00

Double from: £75.00

per room per night

The Avenue Hotel Ltd

3 stars

4.3 miles from Clitheroe

Brockhall Village, Old Langho, Clitheroe, BB6 8AY · Map

Phone: +44 (0)1254 244811


Single from: £58.00

Double from: £125.00

per room per night

The Spread Eagle


3.6 miles from Clitheroe

Sawley, Clitheroe, BB7 4NH · Map

Phone: +44 (0)1200 441202


Single from: £61.59

Double from: £61.59

per room per night

The Swan Hotel

4 stars

3.6 miles from Clitheroe

62 King St, Clitheroe, BB7 9SN · Map

Phone: +44 (0)1254 822195


Single from: £55.00

Double from: £55.00

per room per night

Stirk House Hotel

3 stars

5.7 miles from Clitheroe

Gisburn, Clitheroe, Lancashire, Clitheroe, BB7 4LJ · Map

Phone: +44 (0)1200 445581


Single from: £71.00


per room per night

Located at the southern edge of the Forest of Bowland is the town of Clitheroe. The town has been in existence since at least 1283, which is when it received its first charter from Henry de Lacy, Earl of Lincoln. Clitheroe's economy depends on many different industries. There are many different things to see and do during your stay; it is a great spot to stay if you plan on visiting the Lancashire countryside.

One of the first stops most visitors make is the Clitheroe Castle Museum. The museum is actually located in the shadow of the castle keep. The castle keep was originally built in 1186 by Robert de lacey. This keep is the second smallest castle keep in England. Even though the keep itself was damaged during the civil war when it was captured by Parliamentary forces there were repairs made to it during 1848. The grounds of the castle are eighteen acres of formal gardens. The museum itself has many different exhibitions and displays for you to enjoy and to help you learn about the history of the castle and its surrounding town.

When you are done visiting the castle then head on over to Browsholme Hall. This is the ancestral home of the Parker Family. This home was built in the 1500s and is the oldest surviving family in Lancashire. The home, which is still owned by the Parker family, is open periodically throughout the year to the public. At these times you can view this historic home.

Many visitors to the area often head over to the banks of the River Calder to visit the Whallley Abbey. The Abbey began its life as community of the Cistercian monks, today it is in ruins. The ruins that still stand on the grounds are there to remind visitors of St Benedict's rule to receive strangers as if they were Christ himself. You can enjoy wandering the grounds and visiting the gardens. Enjoy a cup of coffee at the coffee ship and be sure to stop by the exhibition center on during your tour to see some interested exhibits.

Another popular abbey that tourists stop at is the Sawley Abbey. This abbey was founded and built in 1148. When the monasteries were dissolved in 1536 the site became a Pilgrimage of Grace for the monks. Today the site is in ruins but many people come here to see the historic remains of the abbey.

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