The Pendle Inn

Burnley, Lancashire
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    Type Pub Self Catering
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    Units 4
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    Sleeps
  • £40 - £59 per week

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The Home of the Pendle Witches where Log fires and a warm welcome awaits. We offer good, honest Lancashire pub food, fine local ales and en suite holiday cottages to rest your tired legs.

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. 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 home cooked hearty meals 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. 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 for a comfortable stay.

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  • Self Assessed 4 Star
National Rating
4 * rating
  • Pub Self Catering icon
    Double Room
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    Sleeps 2
  • £40 - £59 per week

The Pendle Inn offers four recently refurbished and comfortable en-suite rooms. All rooms have a ground floor consisting of living area, kitchen and a modern bathroom with shower. The first floor in each room is a bedroom with super-king/ twin beds. All with garden view towards the rolling countryside. Each room contains tea and coffee facilities, toiletries, kettle, microwave and toaster. TV, sofa, storage space and welcoming soft furnishings.

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