Culinary Excellence in the Valley...

There’s a range of places to dine out…whether that’s something casual, or a culinary showcase, there’s something for anyone!

Hamish's Cafe & Bar

Walking Distance

Freshly prepared home-cooked food from locally sourced ingredients. Kick start your day with freshly ground barista coffee. Fully licensed bar, outdoor terrace area with picturesque views. All guests receive 10% off when staying at Valley View, Pendle.

Wills Bar

6 Minutes By Car | 3 Miles

A large offering of wines as well as a small selection of craft beers, lagers, ales and spirits.  On the food front, sharing plates and pizzas, burgers and small bites, you won’t go hungry. Dog friendly.

Amici Barrowford

6 Minutes By Car | 3 Miles

A relaxing environment, the place for wine, cocktails and Italian-inspired small plates, perfect for sharing with friends!

Pendle Inn, Barley

9 Minutes By Car | 3.9 Miles

Home-cooked food using local produce, with a bar area and the main restaurant. Serving five different real ales and award-winning food with real Lancashire-friendly hospitality. Dog friendly in the bar area.

Barley Mow

9 Minutes By Car | 3.9 Miles

A beautiful country pub in rural surroundings. With roaring fires and outdoor seating, the food menus boast a huge range of dishes from pub classics to international cuisines. Plenty of local beers and a great selection of wines.Dog friendly.

Spread Eagle Sawley

12 Minutes By Car | 8.5 Miles

This little gem is a 17th Century Grade II listed country inn full of character and situated on the edge of the Forest of Bowling with unrivalled views over the River Ribble. Food served includes – Lancashire Tapas and regional dishes with a twist, famous afternoon teas or light bites. Dog friendly in bar.

Bowland Brewery

20 Minutes By Car | 13 Miles

If you’re looking for the ideal place for beer lovers, look no further than Bowland Brewery in Clitheroe. Established in 2003, the brewery has won many awards and has since rapidly grown and expanded its offering. Boasting the longest bar in the UK, the brewery has a staggering 42 hand pulls with over 24 cask ales on feature each week!