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Located in Whalley in the Lancashire region, Oh So Cozy features a garden. The accommodations is 14 mi from Preston. The cottage was very cosy and in the heart of the village. It was vey clean and well presented and equipped with everything you could need. Trisha the host had left a lovely array of complimentary goodies. The locals were very welcoming and there were great walks for all abilities.
Offering free WiFi and mountain views, Spacious 3 bedroom Cottage in Whalley is an accommodations set in Whalley. The apartment has garden views and is 16 mi from Preston. Ray was very welcoming and helpful. The house was lovely, great value for money!
The Swan Hotel is a Grade II listed, 17th-century former coaching inn in the heart of the scenic Ribble Valley. Free Wi-Fi access is available, along with free on-site parking. A clean and comfortable modern room in a beautiful heritage building. Lovely breakfast included. The staff were fantastic. They helped us up the stairs with our luggage.
Set within beautiful gardens in Ribble Valley Lancashire close to Clitheroe, Blackburn and the Yorkshire Dales, this country house hotel and golf course offers rooms with flat-screen TVs. Loved the young staff who were all enthusiastic and clearly well trained in service, which was refreshing. The hotel has been beautifully refurbished and the food good quality at a reasonable price. Great location for exploring the Ribble valley and golf course attached to the hotel. Would highly recommend for a relaxing stay.
Mitton Hall Hotel is located in the heart of fabulous Ribble Valley, 10 minutes' drive from Clitheroe, in Lancashire. This country style house hotel is set in a 15th century manor house. Beautiful location, wonderful entrance and hall and, to cap it all, a very good breakfast.
Beautiful village, good amenities and independent shops and Whalley Abbey in the village. Lots to do in the surrounding area and close to beautiful countryside. Great dining options. Whalley has a train station with direct links to Clitheroe, Blackburn and Manchester.
Partner from Whalley we where visiting family. We love the place it's a beautiful village. Dog Inn is a very good establishment for refreshments. Lovely restaurants. Great shops everything you need. Local train great for trip to local areas.
Pleasant big bedroom with comfortable double bed, no phone in room , rooms locked downstairs so couldn't get water and alcohol tasted funny. Went to pubs across the street were the alcohol tasted much better.
Visit the whalley abbey nice for afternoon visit . Close to Clitheroe centre with a variety of shops, bars restaurants ( Holmes Mill worth a visit) easy access by train every hour from Whalley station. Whalley is great for Food lovers ,Whalley has 3 typical public houses- The Dog Inn, The DeLacey and the Swan (which is also a hotel ) ,has I wine /cocktail bar ( The Forum) a bar /gin house ( Jacks) & a sports style bar ( Bradys ).The Swan, Forum & Bradys all serve food most of the day /evening .The Dog Inn is very traditional serving great home cooked food until 2pm only. Forum is highly recommended you will have to book . There is also a local run wine shop which you can sit inside or out and drink wine at your leisure :) (for a corkage fee). Local delicatessen and some quirky shops- you can spend a few hours musing at the clothes shops, antique shop etc.. & 3 cafes all serving great food. There is a fish & chip/Cantonese shop/ 1 Chinese takeaway, 2 Italian restaurants and 1 Indian restaurant . It also has a night club ( RIOS) Whalley is 3 miles to Mitton Hall hotel & restaurant , 3miles to Northcote restaurant & Hotel (* Michelin starred, expensive but amazing for a treat ) , & close by is Mytton Fold hotel and the Fold restaurant which serves hot stone steaks- 2 miles to Foxfields Hotel which is currently being refurbished to include an artisan restaurant . 2 miles to Freemasons restaurant in Wiswell. 2 miles to the Eagle pub & restaurant in Barrow only a bus ride away ( Buses every 20min) Whalley golf club is also worth a visit and a round of golf .
Enjoyed our stay in Whalley, we went to a family party at Whalley Golf Club so only had breakfast at the Swan where we were staying. Whalley is a nice village with plenty of nice shops. Caught bus one day to Clitheroe
Beautiful open scenery with loads of things to see and plenty of places to stop to have a drink and food to refuel. Perfect for an active or peaceful weekend stay with a range of options for occupying the evenings.