/ somewhere nice ...1 night....forest of bowland?

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abr1966 - on 26 Nov 2012
I found out today that I can get away for a night on Saturday...thinking of somewhere nice around Lancs/Forest of Bowland. Not for climbing but sort of 'romantic'ish'....any recommendations? Not too pricey...thinking of a pub/restaraunt in a nice village or on its own somewhere?

Cheers
Neil Conway - on 26 Nov 2012
In reply to abr1966:

To dine, I would recommend the Freemasons Arms Wiswell (near Clitheroe).
http://www.freemasonsatwiswell.com/
Awarded a Michelin Bib Gourmand for good food at a reasonable cost.
Wonrek - on 26 Nov 2012
In reply to Neil Conway:
> (In reply to abr1966)
>
> To dine, I would recommend the Freemasons Arms Wiswell (near Clitheroe).
> http://www.freemasonsatwiswell.com/
> Awarded a Michelin Bib Gourmand for good food at a reasonable cost.

Seasonal menu starter - Pork pie and pineapple soup.............

WTF is that supposed to be?!
Enty - on 26 Nov 2012
In reply to abr1966:

Hark to Bounty, Slaidburn?

Not been for years though.

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Old Skooled - on 26 Nov 2012
In reply to Enty:

I had a very nice (and pretty reasonable) meal/night at The Plough, Wigglesworth, nr. Long Preston last year - handy for the Trough too.
Escher - on 26 Nov 2012
In reply to Old Skooled: The Trough road at Dunsop Bridge is currently closed to traffic.

To the OP How about the Inn at Whitewell? Great food.
Escher - on 26 Nov 2012
In reply to Escher: Or a bit cheaper the Parkers Arms in Newton in Bowland.
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bluebealach - on 26 Nov 2012
In reply to Enty:
> (In reply to abr1966)
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> Hark to Bounty, Slaidburn
>
> Not been for years though.

+ 1 and same, its been a few years but remember it being exceptionally good for ale and food

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