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    Type Pub B&B
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    Bedrooms 23
  • £97 - £265 per room per night

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The Inn at Whitewell is a traditional rural Inn, providing 23 stunning bedrooms, seriously good local ingredients cooked well and a noteworthy selection of drinks.

They aim to offer a relaxed and friendly service, avoiding too much frippery, devoid of snobbery but hopefully providing an experience that is relevant, very enjoyable and not too expensive.

Their 23 bedrooms are all very different using great fabrics, lovely old furniture and the best prints and pictures. Fourteen bedrooms have open fires making those winter evenings a little more special. Many of the bathrooms have beautifully restored Victorian cabinet baths, their size and beauty only bettered by their complexity and fun, sheer bathing heaven. For those who prefer modern thermostats they have plenty of bathrooms with efficient Teutonic fittings.

The Inn deservedly has a good reputation and many awards for its food. Head Chef Jamie Cadman, now in his eighteenth year, runs a crew of ten ably supported by his two sous chefs Gemma and James, producing brilliant local food. Seasonal grouse from Lancashire Moor, pheasant and partridge from Dunsop shoot, Bowland beef and Lonk lamb from Burholme Farm are staples on the menu, all easily seen from the Inn’s windows.

They carefully source a range of fabulous drinks from local cask conditioned ales to organic ginger beers. With their in house vintners they are able to offer an extensive and interesting range of wines, with up to twenty available by the glass.

The inn also has facilities to cater for weddings, meetings and a wide range of other functions. In addition if you are looking for a holiday home The Piggeries is the perfect location. This stunning holiday house is a perfect base for families or groups of friends wanting to explore the glories of this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Located in the grounds it offers the space and freedom of a home-from-home but with the convenience of the inn on your door step.

For more information about this pub please click the purple button which links directly to their website. If you phone them directly please mention Stay in a Pub.

Ratings

  • Visit England 5 Star Inn
  • AA 5 Star Inn
National Rating
Visit England
AA
5 * rating
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    Feature Double En-Suite 

    Front of House Room
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    Sleeps 2
  • £97 - £237 per room per night

The Inn at Whitewell offers eight stunning front of house rooms ranging from smaller double rooms to high brass four poster rooms. All the rooms use only the finest fabrics, lovely old furniture and the best prints and pictures making each room individually special. Some of the front of house rooms include open fires for those cold winter evenings and all include beautifully fitted en-suite bathrooms. Prices range from £97 to £237 depending on occupancy and time of the week.

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    Feature Double En-Suite 

    Riverside Room
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    Sleeps 2
  • £152 - £237 per room per night

The Inn at Whitewell offers ten stunning riverside rooms ranging from smaller double rooms to four poster rooms with many featuring countryside and riverside views. All the rooms use only the finest fabrics, lovely old furniture and the best prints and pictures making each room individually special. Some of the riverside rooms include open fires for those cold winter evenings and all include beautifully fitted en-suite bathrooms. Prices range from £152 to £237 depending on occupancy and time of the week.

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    Feature Double En-Suite 

    Coach House Room
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    Sleeps 2
  • £152 - £237 per room per night

The Inn at Whitewell offers four stunning coach house rooms. These rooms are located away from the main building but all feature spacious double or four poster rooms. All the rooms use only the finest fabrics, lovely old furniture and the best prints and pictures making each room individually special. Some of the coach house rooms include open fires for those cold winter evenings and all include beautifully fitted en-suite bathrooms. Prices start from £152 to £237 depending on occupancy and time of the week.

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    Deluxe Suite En-Suite 

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    Sleeps 2
  • £181 - £265 per room per night

The Inn at Whitewell offers one suite fitted with a sitting room and a luxurious en-suite bathroom. This room uses only the finest fabrics, lovely old furniture and the best prints and pictures making it individually special. The bed is very high to enable to best possible countryside views. The room includes an open fire for those cold winter evenings. Prices range from £181 to £265 depending on occupancy and time of the week.

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    Piggeries Cottage
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    Sleeps 6
  • From £512 per room per night

This stunning holiday house is a perfect base for families or groups of friends wanting to explore the glories of this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Located in the grounds it offers the space and freedom of a home-from-home but with the convenience of the inn on your door step. The home includes three en-suite double bedrooms,a large kitchen and dining area, dishwasher, washing machine, tumble dryer, two sitting rooms with one including a TV and DVD player as well as a beautiful outside garden. Prices start at £1535 for three nights but call one of the team for more details and mention Stay in a Pub.

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