East Lancs Branch

Campaign for Real Ale

Campaign for Real Ale

Pub & Club Guide

Below are pubs & clubs that we believe are serving real ale in East Lancashire. If a pub or club is not shown, or no longer serves real ale, please submit an update via WhatPub.com or email ku.gro.armac.scnaltsae@buptahw for the details to be verified and updated.
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Pubs & Clubs selling real ale in East Lancashire by town/village

  • Accrington
    • Abbey 46 Bank Street Accrington BB5 1HP Telephone07707 741875

      Two roomed traditional pub just off town centre now with large beer garden

      Good food served in converted stables called Th'Owd Stables

    • Acorn Hyndburn Road Accrington BB5 1PY Telephone(01254) 790630

      Food oriented family friendly modern pub

    • Arden Inn 81 Abbey Street Accrington BB5 1EH Telephone07518 563663

      A traditional pub at the gateway into Accrington's historic town centre. Though essentially open plan there are a number of separate drinking areas. There is a pool table and dart board, a pleasant atmosphere and everything you'd expect from a town centre pub. Live bands feature Fridays and Saturdays and live vocalists on Sundays. Buses to the Rossendale Valley and Manchester stop close by.

    • Black Horse Tavern 58 Abbey Street Accrington BB5 1EE

      Re-opened after 12 years, more info to follow.

    • Bold Street Social Club 80 Bold Street Accrington BB5 6SW Telephone(01254) 235509
    • Burnley Road Bowling Green Club Burnley Road Accrington BB5 6DW Telephone(01254) 234009

      Opened in 1881 in its present location, after possibly previously been located on what was the Accrington to Burnley Turnpike Road, now known as Burnley Road, since 1871.

    • Canine Club 45-47 Abbey Street Accrington BB5 1EN Telephone(01254) 233999

      A large street corner social club on a busy street in an area of the town centre known for its many independent retailers. A central bar serves a comfortable lounge to the front, and traditional games room to the rear where snooker, pool and darts are played. There is a large upstairs function room. This award winning club is very welcoming to all and hosts live entertainment most weekends. Changing range usually includes a couple of East Lancashire beers and one from further afield. Regular winner of Hyndburn Club Of The Year

    • Castle 75 Whalley Road Accrington BB5 1AS Telephone(01254) 234179

      Traditional friendly pub on the edge of the town centre serving a couple of changing cask beers. Handy for Accrington Stanley FC being only a short walk from ground. Live music most weekends. Buses pass the door.

    • Commercial Hotel 1 Church Street Accrington BB5 2EN Telephone(01254) 300140

      Large open plan pub including many local features with more than a nod to the Tiffany Glass collection. Close to the markets and a short walk from the bus and railway stations. Strong supporter of regional breweries. East Lancashire CAMRA Cider Pub of the Year 2016 with a good variety including Westons and Gwynt Y Ddraig available. Large pleasant beer garden provides a quiet refuge from the town centre bustle.

    • Crafty Fox 21 Abbey St Accrington BB5 1EN

      Two storey bar in the town centre serving quality home cooked food and a single real ale. A fine mural of Accrington adorns the upstairs room. Surrounded by many good boozers and close to bus stop.

    • Crown 318 Whalley Road Accrington BB5 5DQ Telephone(01254) 381002

      Smart L-shaped pub next to Accrington Stanley football ground. Welcomes both Home and Away fans. Food served daily. Quiz on Mondays, Live music Fridays. Can get very busy on match days. As with all local pubs, very welcoming to away fans. Buses stop outside pub.

    • Enfield Cricket Club Dill Hall Lane Accrington BB5 4DQ Telephone(01254) 235320
    • Grants 1 Manchester Road Accrington BB5 2BQ Telephone(01254) 393938

      A large imposing building close to the college on the edge of the town centre. The pub is home to the impressive Big Clock Brewery, which can be viewed from the main drinking area. Up to eight Big Clock ales are available along with a large range of boxed real ciders. One third pint glasses are available to sample the beers or ciders served on a wooden platter for easy carrying. A range of pizzas and pasta dishes is served with many vegetarian options and a wood fired pizza oven provides an proper Italian twist.

    • Grey Horse 263 Whalley Road Accrington BB5 5AD Telephone(01254) 232133

      Popular community pub with separate pool and tap room. Near the Accrington Stanley FC ground.

    • Park 68 Manchester Road Accrington BB5 2BN Telephone(01254) 237043

      Old fashioned multi roomed pub on busy main road on South side of the town centre. Good quality food served daily. Welcoming fires. On bus routes to Manchester, Bury and Rossendale.

    • Peel Park Hotel Turkey Street Accrington BB5 6EW Telephone(01254) 235830

      A true free house at the foot of the Coppice and opposite the site of the old Accrington Stanley football ground, still used by Peel Park FC. Moorhouse's beers predominate. The warm and welcoming main bar is divided into split level front, side and rear sections. There is a separate small pool room, and a smart rear room used for functions and meetings. Outside there is a pleasant garden area to the side of the pub.

    • Sydney Street Sports Club 7 Sydney Street Accrington BB5 6EG Telephone(01254) 233868

      Street corner club with one large open plan room with a partition separating the comfortable seating area from the games room. Stage in one corner for live music. Large well appointed function room upstairs.

    • Victoria 161 Manchester Road Accrington BB5 2NY Telephone(01254) 237727

      Comfortable local in residential part of town. Opened out with U-shaped bar.

    • Whitakers Arms 322 Burnley Road Accrington BB5 6HG Telephone(01254) 238790

      Family run pub opposite Accrington cemetery serving freshly prepared homemade food.

    • White Orchid 55-59 Blackburn Rd Accrington BB5 1JJ Telephone07598 720621

      Unique and deservedly popular single roomed bar on pedestrianised square in the heart of Accrington's Victorian town centre. Sits directly opposite the ornate Victorian Market and Town hall. Outdoor seating is available in clement weather. Very welcoming, warm and comfortable and attracts all ages. Close to bus and railway stations. Live entertainment on Sunday evenings.

  • Altham
    • Walton Arms Burnley Road Altham BB5 5UL Telephone(01282) 774444

      Food-orientated pub halfway between Clayton-le-Moors and Padiham. The bar area has the feel of a village inn. The guest beer is often from Bowland Brewery.

  • Bacup
    • Bacup Cricket Club Lanehead Lane Bacup OL13 9BT Telephone(01706) 873286

      Situated in the heart of Bacup.

    • Crown Inn 19 Greave Road Bacup OL13 9HQ Telephone(01706) 873982

      A cosy traditional country pub with a large L-shaped bar and stone-flagged floors throughout. It was built in 1865 and once owned by Baxter's of Glentop Brewery. A welcoming coal fire warms the atmosphere in the cooler months. There are always three beers available, usually sourced locally. Quiz nights are held on Wednesday and Sunday. On the second floor is a function room accommodating up to 35 guests. There is a large patio beer garden to the front of the pub. Beer festivals are held in July and October.

  • Barley
    • Barley Mow Barley Road Barley BB12 9JX Telephone(01282) 690868

      A new custom-built pub serving a range of food presented in a contemporary style. Open stonework throughout with a large outside seating area. Accommodation also available.

    • Pendle Inn Barley Lane Barley BB12 9JX Telephone(01282) 614808

      A large pub in the centre of Barley village, popular with walkers ascending Pendle Hill. Muddy boots and dogs welcome. There are many original features in the pub frontage and there is a large dining conservatory to the rear. All front rooms have log fires. There is a lovely central oak bar with six cask ales. Accommodation available. Meal times vary, please check with pub. Now owned by Thwaites.

  • Barnoldswick
    • Barlick Tap Ale House 8 Newtown Barnoldswick BB18 5UQ Telephone07739 088846

      This friendly one room micro pub was the first to be set up in the town and is situated just off the town square, two minutes from the main bus stop. A choice of five constantly changing cask beers is offered, one of which will be a dark beer and one a locale. There is a very large selection of continental bottled beers and always two ciders available. The pub hosts occasional events and tastings. No music. Very dog friendly.

    • Barnoldswick Working Mens Club 1/2 Green Street Barnoldswick BB18 5NX Telephone(01282) 813334

      Established in 1895 as Barnoldswick Working Mens Club. Reopened in 2017 and known locally as Green Street Club which welcomes non members.

    • Greyhound 61 Manchester Road Barnoldswick BB18 5PW Telephone(01282) 850670

      Community-owned pub rescued from a housing conversion by a dedicated band of real ale lovers. Traditional two roomed pub with pool table, darts and outside patio. Live music at weekends. A deal signed to sell Moorhouse's on all four handpumps.

    • McCullough's Bar 18-22 Rainhall Road Barnoldswick BB18 5AF Telephone(01282) 813374

      Fully refurbished and revamped in early 2017. A welcoming and relaxing pub with quirky decor and friendly bar staff. Freshly cooked food served in the Bernulfsuuic Restaurant with a menu that changes weekly, fresh specials on roast on Sunday.

    • Rolls Royce Leisure Skipton Road Barnoldswick BB18 6HJ Telephone(01282) 818093

      The expansive Rolls Royce leisure club incorporates a number of fitness and sporting facilities and the award winning Trent lounge bar which was voted Pendle and East Lancashire branch Club of the Year 2020. There is a smart function room which hosts regular live entertainment and private functions and is licensed for weddings. The Trent restaurant serves quality food. You do not have to work at Rolls-Royce to enjoy the facilities.

    • Uptown Bar 25-27 Church St Barnoldswick BB18 5UR

      Bar with regular weekend entertainment and selection of local beers.

  • Barrow
    • Bay Horse Inn 18 Old Row Barrow BB7 9AZ Telephone(01254) 822270

      Traditional mid-terrace community pub with a friendly atmosphere. Pool table, dart board and Sky/ESPN sports.

    • Eagle At Barrow Clitheroe Road Barrow BB7 9AQ Telephone(01254) 825285

      A large and modern airy pub restaurant. Has its own delicatessen selling a good selection of quality local produce. There is a convenient bus stop opposite and large car park. Free Wifi and south-facing sun patio. Sister pub to the Fence Gate in Fence.

  • Barrowford
    • Bankers Draft 143 Gisburn Road Barrowford BB9 6HQ Telephone07739 870880

      This imposing detached former bank is now a small and friendly micropub specialising in real ale and conversation. No loud music or TVs. The five handpumps dispense four continually rotating cask ales from national small brewers, offering a great variety of beer styles from hoppy blondes and traditional bitters to dark beers, plus a real cider. There is also a good selection of wines and bottled craft lagers and wheat beers, with at least one real cider normally available.

    • Barrowford Working Mens Club David Street Barrowford BB9 6HL Telephone(01282) 615472
    • George & Dragon 217 Gisburn Road Barrowford BB9 6JD Telephone(01282) 618710

      Located next to the old toll bridge to Colne, this popular local has an open plan lounge and games areas with pool and darts. Small hard standing area for cars, otherwise parking is limited. Patio area with benches to the rear of the pub. DJ sets on Friday evenings, live bands Saturday evenings, quiz Wednesday evenings.

    • Lamb Working Mens Club 2-6 Church Street Barrowford BB9 6EE Telephone(01282) 613149
    • Old Bridge Inn 146 Gisburn Road Barrowford BB9 6AJ Telephone(01282) 695208

      This is a far flung former Robinsons pub is now a freehouse. It is close to the old pack horse bridge in what is really Higherford hence its name. Set out as two areas the is a lounge seating area and a games area with pool table. There is easy level access from the pavement, and a small patio with benches to the side of the pub. Limited parking.

    • White Bear Gisburn Road Barrowford BB9 6EP Telephone(01282) 440931

      Housed in a Grade II listed building, this as possibly the largest pub in Barrowford, In 1748 John Wesley, the Methodist preacher, had to hide here when he was chased by a local mob. Before it was the White Bear, this building, built in 1607, used to be the home of cotton king, John Hargreaves. It features modern seating arrangements inside and plenty of benches outside. The pub is popular with younger people and is especially busy on weekends. The car park is located 20 yards up Pasture lane on the right. It's pay and display but take your ticket into the bar for a full refund.

  • Bashall Eaves
    • Red Pump Inn Bashall Eaves Bashall Eaves BB7 3DA Telephone(01254) 826227

      Historic country inn within the Forest of Bowland AONB, it has stunning views across the Ribble Valley to Pendle Hill. The snug bar features a flagstone floor and an open fireplace. The three handpumps includes a house beer called the Red Pump, but the source brewery is kept secret! There are separate dining areas and the steak is highly recommended. The pub also has eight bedrooms and during the summer months you can try glamping with their luxury yurts.

  • Baxenden
    • Alma Inn 388 Manchester Road Baxenden BB5 2QG Telephone07719 247333

      Open plan triangular shaped local located at the Junction of Manchester Road and Hollins Lane. Has numerous seating areas and offers two constantly changing beers. Very popular and can get busy at weekends when live entertainment is featured. Close to the Haworth Art Gallery with its magnificent Tiffany glass collection. Buses to Manchester and the Rossendale Valley stop close by.

    • Baxenden Conservative Club Manchester Road Baxenden BB5 2BE

      Social club serving cask ales, usually from Bowland, Marstons, Lancashire Beer, Irwell Brewery or The Griffin.

    • Dog & Partridge 41 Back Lane Baxenden BB5 2RE Telephone(01254) 239992

      A popular village pub that sits on Back Lane, the original road from Accrington to Manchester, a short walk uphill from Manchester Rd. Behind the pub is Baxenden Cricket Club and a sign on the pub wall indicates right for cricket and left for golf. The Dog has been partially opened up but retains separate areas for drinking. There is usually entertainment on Saturday nights and there is a weekly quiz. Note the Etched glass Lion Ales on the entrance door. Buses from Accrington to Manchester and the Rossendale Valley pass close by.

  • Belmont
    • Black Dog Inn 2-4 Church Street Belmont BL7 8AB Telephone(01204) 811218

      The only Holt’s tied house in East Lancs. An old traditional village inn which first opened 1825 and was previously a farmhouse. Had an extensive refurbishment in 2016 whilst retaining the original characteristics of the building. Popular with hikers and cyclist, and caters for all types of functions and parties. Offers Holt’s Cask Ale Loyalty Card Scheme.

  • Belthorn
    • Dog Inn 61 Belthorn Road Belthorn BB1 2NN Telephone(01254) 433188

      This is the first community-owned pub in East Lancashire and is run as a community benefit society. It has flagged floors on several levels and a real fire. Being in hill country, with great views across the moors and out to the coast, it is somewhere both dogs and walkers are welcome. Full meals available lunchtime and evenings with a coffee shop menu in between. Beers are mainly from the local Reedley Hallows and Bowland breweries.

    • Grey Mare Elton Road Belthorn BB1 2PG Telephone(01254) 53308

      One of the highest pubs in England - situated on the moors of Lancashire, with a conservatory extension and beer garden giving stunning views over the moorland. Winner of the Thwaites Brewery Hospitality Awards, both the Pub of the Year and the Best Investment Award 2018

  • Billington
  • Black Lane Ends
    • Black Lane Ends Skipton Old Road Black Lane Ends BB8 7EP Telephone(01282) 863070

      Called the Hare and Hounds until recently but changed name due to there being pubs of the same name in the two nearest local villages. Lies on the old road from Colne to Skipton close to the border with North Yorkshire overlooking the Pennine Moors. An independent free house with an excellent reputation for food, which is served daily from 12-9pm in the two rooms either side of the bar. There is no nearby public transport. Pub is on Pendle Way and 300m from Pennine Bridleway National Trail.

  • Blackburn
    • Alexandra 29 Dukes Brow Blackburn BB2 6EX Telephone(01254) 52114
    • Bee Hive Inn 426 Preston Old Road Blackburn BB2 5LP Telephone(01254) 201666

      Traditional terrace pub in the Cherry Tree suburb of Blackburn, on busy main road into town. Handy transport links to Blackburn and Preston, with bus stop outside and train station across the road. Close to Leeds Liverpool canal and to Witton country park. The small separate vault and comfortable L-shaped lounge are served from a central bar.

    • Black Bull Brokenstone Road Blackburn BB3 0LL Telephone(01254) 581381

      Brew-pub situated on a crossroads in the hills above Blackburn, two miles from the town centre. Formerly a Thwaites house it now houses the 3Bs brewery and sells the full range including the house beer Black Bull Bitter. Popular with walkers, cyclists and beer connoisseurs. Magnificent views over the hills and out towards the coast. Uphill walk from Golden Cup, Mill Hill and Leyburn Road bus stops.

    • Blackburn Golf Club Beardwood Brow Blackburn BB2 7AX Telephone(01254) 51122

      Blackburn Golf Club was founded in 1894 when Blackburn was at it’s height as a cotton and engineering town. The 18 hole parkland course today, with its outstanding views of the Pennines Hills and Lancashire coast is a far cry from that original course, where sheep and cattle grazed.

    • Brownhill Arms 575 Whalley New Road Blackburn BB1 9BA Telephone07857 724402

      Built in the early 1900s, the pub has been a community hub for most of its life.

      Large beer garden area out front

    • Bulls Head 97-99 Redlam Blackburn BB2 1UN Telephone(01254) 602419
    • Cherry Tree Cricket Club 459 Preston Old Rd Blackburn BB2 5ND Telephone(01254) 202582

      A very active sports club in the Cherry Tree area to the west of Blackburn. There is regular cricket over the summer with teams representing the club at all levels. The first team play in the local Ribblesdale League. The smart lounge has a number of hand pumps

    • Drummer's Arms 65 King William Street Blackburn BB1 7DT Telephone(01254) 941075

      A classic single roomed bar sitting opposite the Town Hall on the pedestrianised shopping area. The walls are adorned with breweriana and old pub signs. There is regular live music and open mic sessions, always including the first Sunday of the month. At other times expect a range of unobtrusive background music. The bar always offers a range of styles from stouts through to hoppy bitters, with Stoker's Slake mild a regular. There is a pleasant terrace at front featuring upcycled drum tables and attractive bespoke garden planters. May open an hour earlier if Blackburn Rovers have a home game. Buses to the ground leave from close by.

    • East Lancs Cricket Club Alexandra Meadows, Dukes Brow Blackburn BB2 6DG Telephone(01254) 663484

      Formed in 1864 by officers of the East Lancashire Regiment, East Lancashire club has been an ever present member of the Lancashire Cricket League since its foundation in 1892. Also has crown green bowls and squash courts.

    • Feildens Arms 673 Preston Old Road Blackburn BB2 5ER Telephone(01254) 200988

      Welcoming stone pub on busy junction

    • Feniscowles Sports & Social Club Livesey Branch Rd Blackburn BB2 5EG
    • Fernhurst 466 Bolton Road Blackburn BB2 4JP Telephone(01254) 693541

      Food oriented pub just minutes’ walk from Ewood Park, home of Blackburn Rovers so can be very busy on match days. The front room acts as a sports bar with the rear room more dining oriented. Has a large block of lodge accomadation so opens early for breakfast.

    • Forester's 92 Fecitt Brow Blackburn BB1 2AZ Telephone(01254) 691221
    • Foundry Tap & Kitchen 631 Livesey Branch Road Blackburn BB2 5DQ Telephone(01254) 203200

      Large food led gastropub which reopened in April 2022 after a £300,000 investment by Thwaites.

      The pub was previously where the award winning Seafood Pub Company began but closed down in 2020 when the company went into administration.

      Near the M65 and Leeds to Liverpool canal with easy parking.

    • Fox & Hounds 1 Ewood Blackburn BB2 4LL Telephone(01254) 671497

      Popular local near Blackburn Rovers FC.

    • Hare & Hounds 78 Lammack Road Blackburn BB1 8LA Telephone(01254) 676724

      Former Whitbread estate pub rescued by the current landlord and backed by a passionate local community. Adjacent to Old Blackburnians FC, and to Pleckgate and Lammack playing fields. A meeting place for local sports teams including women's netball and hockey. The large open plan comfortable lounge is served from a bar with five hand pumps. Very popular quality live entertainment at weekends when the pub can get very busy.

    • Knowles Arms Pleckgate Road Blackburn BB1 8QW Telephone(01254) 867210

      Large community pub recently extended and renovated. Bar meals lunchtime and early evening. Near Blackburn RUFC.

    • Knuzden Tap 35b Windsor Road Blackburn BB1 2DQ Telephone(01254) 260243

      The Tap is a Gin and Ale Emporium which opened July 2019. It is situated in a small row of shops in a residential area and frequent buses stop directly outside until early evenings. Alternatively, the main Blackburn to Accrington bus route just five minutes walk away. The Tap, which sells an ever changing range of real ales, admits over 18s only and brings a touch of class to the Knuzden area. It is certainly well worth a visit.

    • Lord Raglan Hotel 104 Kings Road Blackburn BB2 4PY Telephone(01254) 201538

      Offer a range of Thwaites cask ales, along with plenty of games including pool and darts as well as regular weekend entertainment.

    • Navigation Inn 2 Canal Street Blackburn BB2 4DL Telephone(01254) 53230

      A popular and unpretentious locals’ pub close to the Leeds & Liverpool Canal.

    • Observatory Old Bank Lane Blackburn BB2 3HG Telephone(01254) 694203

      Food pub near Royal Blackburn Hospital.

    • Old Toll Bar 162 Accrington Road Blackburn BB1 2AH Telephone(01254) 54478

      Traditional community local serving a great range of beers, wines and spirits

    • Patrons Tap 3 School Lane Blackburn BB1 2LW Telephone07873 570051

      New family run micropub opened 27th May 2023 in the former Chinese restaurant directly across the road from the CAMRA recognised heritage pub the King Edward VII in Guide on the outskirts of Blackburn.

      3 handpumps, several craft lines, selection non alcoholic beer, cider and Guinness available.

      An on-site micro brewery is due to start brewing in the future.

      There are a few parking spaces out front or along the adjacent roads

      Nearby bus stops serve the 481 Blackburn to Rawtenstall and Bury along with the 15 Blackburn Hospital to Accrington, Great Harwood and Clitheroe

    • Postal Order 15-19 Darwen Street Blackburn BB2 2BH Telephone(01254) 676400

      Formerly the general post office, now a Weatherspoon house. The longest bar in town with three banks of hand pumps. Two pumps usually dedicated to cider, with the remainder serving a great range of ales from across Britain. Favours the stronger ales in winter. Many separate drinking areas with raised levels at either end of the pub. Small area to the front for alfresco drinking. Serves an eclectic mix of serious real ale drinkers, rail travelers, shoppers, families, couples and visitors to the adjacent Blackburn Cathedral.

    • Ribblesdale Tap 35 Northgate Blackburn BB2 1JU

      Just opposite King George's Hall Theatre & previously the Ribblesdale Hotel, Blackedge Ribblesdale Tap will be ready to welcome you on the 1st December 2023

      The Ribblesdale will offer something different to Blackburn with no TVs, pool tables or gaming machines, just good conversation with a large upstairs area and plenty of seating across the 2 floors.

    • Rising Sun 797 Whalley New Road Blackburn BB1 9BE Telephone(01254) 248407

      Around two miles from the centre of Blackburn towards Wilpshire and the Ribble Valley, this is a late Victorian end of terrace former Matthew Brown house. Friendly, comfortable and very popular with locals with dominoes and card games played. Small public bar and larger open plan lounge areas served from central bar. Very handy for both buses and trains from Blackburn,Whalley and Clitheroe.

    • Rock Box 63 King William Street Blackburn BB1 7DT Telephone07561 053155

      Bar opposite the town hall showing non-stop rock and blues videos. A very interesting display of memorabilia adorn the walls. Toilets and further seating upstairs. Outdoor seating to the front. The ever changing beer range is advertised on a board in the window.

    • Royal Oak 2 Royal Oak Avenue Blackburn BB1 8QD

      Rural village pub on the outskirts of Blackburn.

      A quality local pub that serves the community a wide range of beers and spirits. WIth it's roadside local that overlook the local playing fields.

    • St Mark's Conservative Club Preston Old Road Blackburn BB2 2SS Telephone(01254) 52962

      Large traditional club with many rooms.

    • Station 391 Preston Old Road Blackburn BB2 5LW Telephone(01254) 201643

      Opened out modernised pub near Leeds Liverpool Canal.

    • Sun Hotel 1 Astley Gate Blackburn BB2 2DQ Telephone(01254) 676943

      Basic town centre boozer

    • Witton Inn 182 Redlam Blackburn BB2 1XQ Telephone(01254) 51798
  • Blacko
    • Rising Sun 330 Gisburn Road Blacko BB9 6LS Telephone07949 385462

      A cosy cottage style pub with small rooms and good value food, including the Pendleside delicacy of stew and hard. The only Moorhouse’s tied house in Pendle.

  • Bolton By Bowland
    • Coach & Horses Main Street Bolton By Bowland BB7 4NW Telephone(01200) 447331

      Ancient pub in picturesque village. Re-opened June 2017 and now brewing their own beer through 4 Mice brewery. There are 7 bedrooms.

  • Briercliffe
    • Briercliffe Social Club Holgate Street Briercliffe BB10 2HQ Telephone(01282) 708405

      A club which was formed in 1920, who took over what was a disused stable block of a local firm of hauliers, who previously transported locally produced cotton to the railway station by horse and cart, whose closure came about with the advent of motor transport. The bar, lounge and concert room are based upstairs with views overlooking the countryside, with an additional downstairs function room.

  • Brierfield
  • Burnley
    • Belvedere & Burnley RUFC Holden Rd Burnley Burnley BB10 2LE Telephone(01282) 424337

      Belvedere and Calder Vale Sports Club is a multi sports facility providing association football, rugby union and cricket for the people of Burnley. originally created in 1957 it is a member's facility for sport and a free house for passing trade.

    • Big Window 15-17 Manchester Road Burnley BB11 1HG Telephone(01282) 413632

      Large open plan pub in town centre. Recent convert to real ale.

    • Boot Inn 18 St James' Street Burnley BB11 1NG Telephone(01282) 463720

      Large Wetherspoon pub in the heart of Burnley serving the usual combination of great ales, ciders and good value food. Converted from a former Thwaites house, this fine imposing historic building is Grade II listed. There are a number of discrete drinking areas. It is very handy for the town centre shops and restaurants and a short walk from the bus station and Turf Moor, home of Burnley FC and Cricket club.

    • Bootleggers Music Bar Boot Way Burnley BB11 2EE Telephone(01282) 830111

      An interesting change of use from a pentecostal chapel to a sports and music bar. Televisions dominate this small narrow bar with a massive example above the entrance door which can be viewed from an upper level. This is definitely not a famiy pub but is purely for drinkers who enjoy TV sport and loud music. One unusual item of furniture is the (unused) pole dancing pole. The guest beers tend to be from local microbrewers.

    • Bridge Bier Huis 2 Bank Parade Burnley BB11 1UH Telephone(01282) 411304

      An award winning true free house with a large open plan bar that has a log burner and a small snug to one side. It offers mainly beers from smaller breweries alongside a changing real cider. More than 60 foreign bottled beers are sold plus seven foreign beers on tap including rare German brews. Wednesday is quiz night and live music is hosted occasional weekends. This welcoming pub opens 5pm Monday or Tuesday if Burnley FC are at home.

    • Burnley Miners Social Club 27a Plumbe Street Burnley BB11 3AA Telephone(01282) 422791

      Large multi-roomed club just off town centre on road to Turf Moor. World famous for being the single largest consumer of Benedictine Liquer

    • Coal Clough 41 Coal Clough Lane Burnley BB11 4PG Telephone(01282) 423226

      Traditional street corner community local. The Massey’s Bitter is brewed to a recipe from the sadly defunct Massey’s Burnley Brewery. Live entertainment Tuesday and Thursday evenings and Sunday teatime.

    • Commercial 446 Briercliffe Road Burnley BB10 2HA Telephone07811 343834

      Popular locals’ pub which is the last building in Burnley, on the border with Harle Syke. Live music at weekends.

    • Craven Heifer 376 Briercliffe Road Burnley BB10 2HA Telephone(01282) 459112

      An imposing pub in the Briercliffe district of Burnley. This large pub is immaculately presented and opened out inside but still retaining distinct drinking areas. It is a traditional local with weekly pool and quiz nights. There is regular live music at weekends, see Facebook for details. Good quality food is served, with fish and chips a speciality on Fridays.

    • George IV Padiham Road Burnley BB12 6LG Telephone(01282) 771436

      Large well appointed open plan roadside pub with multiple areas for pub games alongside comfortable drinking areas.

    • Greenhill Bowling Club 163 Manchester Road Burnley BB11 4HR Telephone(01282) 421595
    • Ighten Leigh Social Club 389 Padiham Road Burnley BB12 6SZ Telephone(01282) 422306

      Situated in its own grounds with a car park and outside smoking area. There’s a Sky sports TV viewing area to the front. This large friendly club also has a dedicated real ale bar. It boasts a pool table, large and small snooker tables and darts area. Thursday is quiz night with live music every Friday to Sunday. There is a large function room upstairs that caters for every occasion. Non-members are charged 50p entry at weekends.

    • Ighten Mount Bowling Romford Street Burnley BB12 8AF Telephone(01282) 423230

      Started out as a bowling club but has evolved in to be a Sports & Social club. No longer membership only as welcomes non members. Bar/lounge area upstairs with function room downstairs.

    • Inn on the Wharf Manchester Road Burnley BB11 1JG Telephone(01282) 459951

      A tasteful conversion of an old canalside warehouse. Rear seating on towpath of Leeds Liverpool Canal. Upstairs function room. The beer range will vary following the closure of the Hardys & Hansons brewery by Greene King.

    • KSC 110 Club 1 Albert Street Burnley BB11 3BY Telephone(01282) 422571

      An award-winning three storey club, the Knights of St Columba is situated on the road to Turf Moor, the home of Burnley FC. Thursday is quiz night and live music features Friday and Saturday nights plus Sunday afternoon. Games room and function rooms are on the upper floors. The club does get very busy before and after Burnley home matches when it opens earlier.

    • Lane Ends Hotel Kiddow Lane Burnley BB12 6LL Telephone(01282) 456814

      A large road house with a pool table at one end and comfortable seating all round with room for the live bands. There are lots of old Massey's Burnley Brewery windows (MBB). Handy for Lowerhouse cricket club.

    • Lowerhouse Cricket Club The Brooks Foundation Ground Burnley BB12 6LP Telephone(01282) 423609

      Founder members of the Lancashire League established in 1862.

    • New Brew-m 11 St James Row Burnley BB11 1DR Telephone07902 961426

      Smart micro pub in the centre of town run as the Reedley Hallows Brewery tap. Always at least one of their own beers on the bar alongside five others sourced nationwide using head brewer Pete Goldsbrough's contacts from years in the trade. A limited range of foreign bottled beers and bottled ciders are available. In September 2018 they relocated across the road to bigger premises with an upstairs room. Will open if Burnley FC are at home Tuesday night

    • New Waggoners Inn Manchester Road Burnley BB11 5NS Telephone(01282) 421705

      Great good value food at this popular main road pub on the edge of the moors. Guest beer is often from Moorhouse’s.

    • Paradise Club 4 Martin Street Burnley BB10 1SH Telephone(01282) 432446

      Small friendly club on outskirts of Burnley

    • Park View 3 Higgin Street Burnley BB10 4DZ Telephone(01282) 717669

      Refurbished pub opposite Burnley FC with large outdoor drinking area

    • Prairie Hotel Keswick Road Burnley BB10 1HW Telephone(01282) 418224

      Pub restaurant with large eating area. A separate room caters for sports fans drinkers.

    • Queen Victoria Queen Victoria Road Burnley BB10 3EF Telephone(01282) 450250

      Large family pub serving a wide ranging good value menu. Close to Thompson Park and the Leeds & Liverpool Canal.

    • Rosegrove Unity Working Mens Club Holme Lodge,Rossendale Road Burnley BB11 5DL Telephone(01282) 424372

      Popular club on edge of town. Separate games room, concert room & Lounge all with their own bars means there is something for everyone in this large club. Coach parking is available by prior arrangement.

    • Royal Butterfly 83 Hufling Lane Burnley BB11 3QH Telephone(01282) 430376
    • Royal Dyche 45-47 Yorkshire Street Burnley BB11 3BW Telephone07969 508017

      Situated under the culvert on Yorkshire Street around a 2 minute walk from Burnley bus station. The pub gets busy at weekends especially when Burnley FC are at home. Renamed in honour of Sean Dyche the Burnley FC manager after Burnley got into the Europa League in 2018. Started reselling real ale again with two changing from local breweries Bowland and Moorhouses. Follow them on Instagram @theroyaldyche

    • St Andrews Bowling Club Abinger St. Burnley Burnley BB10 3ED Telephone(01282) 422410

      Large open plan club with bowling green

    • Star Manchester Road Burnley BB11 2EG Telephone(01282) 439521
    • Swan 44 St James Street Burnley BB11 1NQ Telephone(01282) 424035

      The pub is one of the town’s oldest buildings.It has been standing for over 300 years and has seen life as a prison and a makeshift morgue. Originally a farmhouse, it was converted into an in at the end of the 18th Century.In the early 19th Century it was themeeting place of the Town Council. It's on the pedestrianised area now and is reputed to be haunted. This bustling place has a sheltered beer garden at the back. Live music features in the evening sometimes.

    • Swan & Goose Bar & Kitchen Off Barden Lane Burnley BB12 0DY Telephone(01282) 965581

      re-opened bar on Reedley Marina

    • Sycamore Farm Liverpool Road Burnley BB12 6HH Telephone(01282) 427101

      Extensive family friendly pub offering plentiful food, including a carvery, and boasting the biggest desserts in Lancashire! Large indoor children's play area to keep the little ones occupied.

    • Thornton Arms 22 Brownside Road Burnley BB10 3JS Telephone(01282) 428286

      Modern pub on road to Worsthorne. Food is not available on Monday. Two ever-changing guest beers.

    • Vintage Claret Yorkshire Street Burnley BB11 3BW

      Retro inspired sports themed bar. only recently put Real Ale on.

    • White Lion 22 St James Street Burnley BB11 1NQ Telephone(01282) 413619
  • Chapeltown
    • Chetham Arms 83 High Street Chapeltown BL7 0EW Telephone(01204) 852279

      Village local popular with walkers. Warm and friendly atmosphere. Live music.

  • Chatburn
    • Black Bull Inn Bridge Road Chatburn BB7 4AW Telephone(01200) 440878

      A cosy local village pub with a dusky interior featuring open fires and serving good value bar meals, notably a

    • Brown Cow 19 Bridge Road Chatburn BB7 4AW Telephone(01200) 440736

      Comfy, cosy pub popular with locals. Good value bar meals and large beer garden to rear. Re-opened autumn 2018 under new management following refurbishment.

  • Church
    • Thorn Inn St James Road Church BB5 4JP Telephone(01254) 237827
  • Clayton le Moors
    • Forts Arms 1 Lower Barnes Street Clayton le Moors BB5 5TA Telephone(01254) 433713

      Partially opened out in a modern style, yet still retaining a separate lounge, this corner pub boasts a large rear beer garden and a two floor function suite to the side where regular music events are held. Beers are mainly sourced from the many local breweries such as Snaggletooth, Bowland and Wishbone. Folk music sessions take place weekly and music and beer festivals are held twice a year. Handy for Mercer Park and a short walk downhill from the Leeds Liverpool canal.

    • Hare & Hounds Whalley Road Clayton le Moors BB5 5HE Telephone(01254) 397608

      Newly refurbished open plan, family friendly, pub with a good sized beer garden out the back. Good food and up to three Thwaites beers available. Just off the motorway, with regular busses stopping just outside. There is also a large car park if needed.

    • Hyndburn Whalley Road Clayton le Moors BB5 5SQ Telephone(01254) 887462

      Large roadside inn alongside the River Hyndburn on the boarder between Clayton Le Moors and Great Harwood. Mainly food oriented but space set aside for those just visiting for a drink. Large car park. Bus stops outside.

    • Old England Forever 13 Church Street Clayton le Moors BB5 5HT Telephone(01254) 383332

      Edwardian terraced pub which has recently undergone an extensive refurbishment by new owners Bank Top to open it out into a single roomed establishment with defined bar and lounge areas. Note the window into the cellar cut into the floor near the bar. Sells up to 5 beers from Bank Top plus a guest from another local brewery. Good range of bottled beers and 3 real ciders.

    • Royal Oak Hotel 35 Sparth Road Clayton le Moors BB5 5QA Telephone07743 461067

      Sports bar and entertainment venue.

  • Clitheroe
    • Ale House 12-14 Market Place Clitheroe BB7 2DA Telephone07530 045365

      Now a firm favourite in Clitheroe’s vibrant beer scene, the Ale House has a kind of rustic charm. The beer choice changes regularly and always excites. As well as cask beer there’s a good selection of bottles and cans from the UK and further afield. There are regular gigs and events and an open mic night. Part of the circuit for the Town’s annual music festival. It is situated right in the town centre and close to the bus/rail interchange.

    • Beer Shack 22-24 King St Clitheroe BB7 2EP Telephone(01200) 411967

      First opened in 2021, this new bar has now added four handpulls. Beers come mainly from microbreweries and larger ones such as Lancaster. Robb and Sam, the licensees, are even thinking of starting their own brewery. Food is limited to snacks. Convenient for both Railway and bus stations. Small outdoor area to the rear.

    • Bowland Beer Hall Greenacre Street Clitheroe BB7 1EB Telephone(01200) 401035

      The enormously popular beer hall is now a major part of Clitheroe's thriving beer scene. It opened in July 2016, in a former mill dating back to the 19th century. It has the second longest bar in Britain at 106ft with more than 40 handpulls on the bar. You can expect to find all of Bowland's beers on, as well as another dozen or more beers from around the UK. The complex hosts a hotel, cinema, coffee shop and delicatessen and is a short walk from Clitheroe castle and the town centre.

    • Brown Cow 42-44 Moor Lane Clitheroe BB7 1AJ Telephone(01200) 424193

      Popular local situated right on the street corner with pool room and three darts teams. Karaoke provides entertainment at weekends. The two handpumps serve mainly regional offerings such as Reedley Hallows.

    • Castle Station Road Clitheroe BB7 2JT Telephone(01200) 423090

      Traditional pub close to Clitheroe Castle. Good selection of drinks. Close to bus and rail interchange. Food is served daily with a traditional roast meal on Sundays.

    • Clitheroe Conservative Club Castle Street Clitheroe BB7 2BT Telephone(01200) 422410

      East Lancs CAMRA Club of the Year in 2014. Traditional club with full size snooker and pool tables. Lunches served 12-2pm Tuesday to Saturday and there is no restriction on access during these times. Outside these times, CAMRA members are welcome on production of their membership card.

    • Clitheroe Cricket Club Chatburn Road Clitheroe BB7 2AS Telephone(01200) 422896
    • Clitheroe Football Club Shawbridge Street Clitheroe BB7 1LZ Telephone(01200) 423344

      Non league football club formed in 1877 as Clitheroe Central in 1877 at the Swan Hotel in Castle Street by local businessmen. The clubhouse opens Wed-Sun. Admission payable when football match scheduled. Plenty of TV sports and large outdoor areas for fine weather. Occasional live music.

    • Clitheroe Golf Club Whalley Road Clitheroe BB7 1PP Telephone(01254) 240662
    • Clitheroe RUFC Littlemoor Rd Clitheroe BB7 1EW
    • Dog & Partridge 1 Wellgate Clitheroe BB7 2DS Telephone(01200) 444335

      Formerly the Dog Music & Sports Bar. After a super £200,000 refurbishment by Craft Union the pub has reverted to its original name. There are still several screens for sporting events and the rear room caters for pool and darts.

    • Emporium Moor Lane Clitheroe BB7 1BE Telephone(01200) 444174

      Part coffee shop, wine bar and brasserie, part interior design superstore. The Emporium is genuinely unlike anywhere you have seen or been before with its Parisian Grand Cafe style. Housed in an old Methodist Chapel, lavishly and lovingly converted to create three huge floors of eating, drinking and shopping.

    • Horseshoe Inn 1 Bawdlands Clitheroe BB7 2LA Telephone(01200) 424391

      Traditional local and free house. Featured breweries have included Marble, Prospect and Hopstar. Live sports shown on TV and poker night held every Friday.

    • Low Moor Club St Paul's St Clitheroe BB7 2LS Telephone(01200) 423496
    • New Inn 20 Parson Lane Clitheroe BB7 2JN

      This gem of a pub can be found just off the main street, beneath the 12th century castle. It has a number of snug rooms and a cosy bar area, plus a large partly covered beer garden at the rear and seating out the front. The remarkable choice of guest ales frequently features favourites from Coach House, Worsthorne and Elland. The back room hosts traditional Irish music sessions every second Sunday afternoon and a number of associations meet here regularly.

    • Rose & Crown Hotel 21 Castle Street Clitheroe BB7 2BT Telephone(01200) 442848

      Family-friendly hotel situated 100m from Clitheroe Castle. Pool table and two dart boards. Parking and beer terrace in courtyard to the rear. Disabled access and free Wifi. Serves up to four beers from the Thwaites range. Disco every Saturday night. Fireplace by the pool table is worth a look!

    • St. Michael & St. John's Club Lowergate Clitheroe BB7 1AG Telephone(01200) 423073

      Multi purpose venue for all occasion founded in 1789 Home of the Clitheroe Beer Festival run by East Lancs CAMRA in May.

    • Swan & Royal Castle Street Clitheroe BB7 2BX Telephone(01200) 423130

      Nicely refurbished old coaching inn in town centre. Large open plan layout. Decent value, good quality food served daily. Comfortable and very friendly.

    • Waggon & Horses Pimlico Road Clitheroe BB7 2AG Telephone(01200) 423518

      Situated on the edge of the town centre, this is a recently refurbished pub. It has outdoor seating at the front and a beer garden at rear. Food available until 8pm. Pool table & darts in the rear room

    • White Lion Hotel 11 Market Place Clitheroe BB7 2BZ Telephone(01200) 426955

      Busy town centre pub with young clientele. Guest beer is often from Bowland.

  • Colne
    • Admiral Lord Rodney Mill Green Colne BB8 0TA Telephone(01282) 219759

      A much loved community pub in Colne's old South Valley area, the old industrial heart of the town. The stone floor includes mosaics and there are beautiful tiles up the inner staircase. Set out in three rooms the pub has become the meeting place for a number of clubs. Regular live entertainment during evenings, plus local history and art displays. Recent refurbishment with open fires and flagged floors, plus much improved outdoor seating area and separate smokers' area. All are made welcome.

    • Boyce's Barrel 7 New Market Street Colne BB8 9BJ

      Colne's first micropub offering an ever changing range of real ales and real cider. A dark ale is always available. Plenty of banter and occasional live music. Tastefully styled with tall polished wooden sleeper tables, it's reminiscent of a rail staging post.

    • Cask 'n' Keg 5 New Market Street Colne BB8 9BJ Telephone07944 555844

      New micropub opened in January 2016 serving cask ales and craft beers. Mix of modern and Hollywood-style decor. Fine whisky selection.

    • Colne & Nelson RUFC Holt House, Harrison Drive Colne BB8 9SF Telephone(01282) 863339

      On the northern edge of town with commanding views over Colne and the Pennine moors.

    • Colne Cricket Club Keighley Road Colne BB8 0RF Telephone(01282) 863183

      Colne Cricket Club play in the Lancashire League at The Horsfield in the east side of Colne. Formed in 1830, it is the oldest club in the Lancashire League.

    • Colne Legion Club Keighley Road Colne BB8 0JL Telephone(01282) 864441

      Membership has not been restricted to armed services for many years and is no longer affiliated. Last orders 11.00, 11.30 Friday Saturday, 12.00 for special events

    • Crown Hotel 94 Albert Road Colne BB8 0QD Telephone(01282) 863580

      The Crown is large limestone building and former coaching inn opposite the railway station. Internally it is split into two completely separate bars, one with a live stage and a outdoor drinking area, the other with a more relaxed restaurant serving a range of good quality food and bar area decorated with American photographs and ornaments. This normally bustling pub occasionally varies the real ales available and serves as a great base for many visitors with its B&B accommodation.

    • Jim's Café 21-23 New Market Street Colne BB8 9BJ Telephone(01282) 868828

      A popular vegetarian restaurant with frequent live musics and serving one (usually Naylor's) real ale in the kitchen!

    • Mojos 9 New Market Street Colne BB8 9BJ

      New micropub serving a variety of cask ales and craft beers with chip-boarded walls and suspended lighting. Four real ciders are available.

    • Morris Dancers Byron Road Colne BB8 0BH Telephone(01282) 856011

      Family friendy pub serving a wide range of food. Pool and darts teams with big screen sports and regular quiz nights.

    • Red Lion Hotel 31 Market Street Colne BB8 0LJ Telephone(01282) 863473

      Probably the oldest surviving pub in Colne, the Red Lion still has an air of tradition with its stained glass windows, exposed interior beams, wooden bar panelling and decorative door arches. Three partially partitioned rooms surround a small bar and their walls are adorned with local football memorabilia. The Red Lion has strong ties with Sam Smith.

    • Spinning Mill 348 Burnley Road Colne BB8 8LF Telephone(01282) 871366

      Recently refurbished large roadside inn on boundary of Colne and Nelson.

    • Tubbs of Colne 82 Albert Road Colne BB8 0AG Telephone(01282) 871649

      Restaurant/Bar now serving 2 real ales

    • Venue 105 Albert Road Colne BB8 0BS Telephone(01282) 863355

      A modern open-plan bar with regular live music and big screen sports.

    • Wallace Hartley 35-37 Church Street Colne BB8 0EB Telephone(01282) 857990

      Named after the bandmaster of the ill-fated Titanic, born in Colne, who continued to play his violin as the ship went down. The building was built as a pub in the 1920s but has changed over the years, first in the 1960s, later becoming a Greek restaurant, then opening in 2008 as a Wetherspoon. The wood panelled interior is split into a number of seating areas and offers a relaxed, friendly atmosphere. en cask beers are usually available including local and regional brewers such as Moorhouses, Worsthorne, Elland, Ilkley and of course Titanic. The history of both Wallace Hartley and old Colne decorate the walls. Close to the bus station and a short uphill walk from the railway station.

    • Warp Dressers Club & Institute Hall Street Colne BB8 0DJ

      The club is well known for music during Clone's rhythm and blues festival but welcoming for non members all year round. Reedley Hallows beers are a permanent fixture and there is a function room which is available to hire for your event.

  • Crawshawbooth
    • Black Dog 519 Burnley Road Crawshawbooth BB4 8NE Telephone(01706) 224267

      A large stone built pub on the main Rawtenstall to Burnley road in centre of Crawshawbooth village.

    • Masons Arms 6 Co-operation Street Crawshawbooth BB4 8AG Telephone07957 855012

      Hidden away in the village centre this is an old stone pub at the end of a row of terraced cottages. Across the road sits an interesting Friends (Quaker) meeting house. Inside you will find three small rooms including a pool room and a TV room for live sport, with the bar and its three hand pumps being in the larger main room.

    • White Bull 612 Burnley Road Crawshawbooth BB4 8AJ Telephone(01706) 212525

      This 200-year-old inn was a waiting room for the old horse buses between Burnley and Rawtenstall, now a comfy welcoming retreat. We're a family friendly pub with a beer garden. Spacious car park . All live sports on big screen. Indian restaurant on the upper floor with separate access! Free wifi Free room hire Accepts card payments

  • Darwen
    • Anchor Hotel 317 Blackburn Road Darwen BB3 0AB Telephone(01254) 708889

      Located in the heart of Darwen and offering a warm welcome, great atmosphere and quality cask ales. Recently refurbished with a large and popular beer garden and contemporary interior.

    • Bird in th'hand 225 Duckworth Street Darwen BB3 1AU Telephone07926 115292

      Bar and bottle shop which opened in December 2018 with four hand pumps, ten craft lines and three for ciders. Along one wall are shelves stocked full with a wide range of Belgian, International and UK craft bottled beers and cans as well as craft ciders and real ale. All of which can be consumed on or off the premises

      Three rooms including one with a with log-burner and a covered back yard. Smoking is out back or the front pavement. Please note toilets are located upstairs

      The name Bird in th'hand comes from the pub which stood on the site over 100 years ago and is now home to the 12 Step Brewery, named after the number of steps down to the cellar where 2½BBL plant is used

    • Black Horse 72 Redearth Road Darwen BB3 2AF

      Friendly traditional pub on the edge of the town centre

    • Bridge Street Sports & Social Club 27-29 Bridge Street Darwen BB3 3HD Telephone(01254) 776145

      Large social club on quiet street in centre of town. Just up from bus station and a few doors down from Hopstar brewery tap.

    • Bridgewater 9-10 Church Street Darwen BB3 2RE Telephone(01254) 775555

      Former cinema and smart meeting place in the centre of town. 5 handpump serving regional and national beers from the Stonegate stable. Shows a significant amount of sport with numerous TV screens and booths. Late licence with music until the early hours at the weekends. Directly across the bus station and a 5 minute walk from the railway station. Cask ale collector cards - 9th pint free

    • Craven Heifer Pole Lane Darwen BB3 3LD Telephone(01254) 427727

      Situated in an ideal countryside location and serves food for all the family.

    • Crown Hotel 24 Redearth Road Darwen BB3 2AB Telephone(01254) 777010

      Lively town centre pub featuring live music and karaoke. Win a £50 bar tab. Every transaction made on Tuesday receives a raffle ticket which is entered into a weekly draw made live on Faebook on Sunday night (must like and follow their Facebook page before the draw to be eligible)

    • Darwen Cricket Club Mostyn Steet Darwen BB3 0AE Telephone(01254) 701795

      Fully refurbished members bar now run by Gilligans Pubs and Bars Ltd who also have the Entwistle pub in the town centre.

      The bar also opens throughout the week from 6pm in the summer months when the Junior teams are playing.

      Food now available from Pepperpot Catering (best to look at their Facebook page for when it is on as varies which days)

      Home of "Darwen's Biggest Beer Garden"

    • Darwen Tap 47 Blackburn Road Darwen BB3 1EJ Telephone07545 772954

      A hidden gem of a micro pub on the main road from Blackburn to Darwen, just up from the Shell Garage towards the town centre. One room with high seats and tables alongside relaxing sofas and stools at the bar which has four ever changing cask ales, one usually a dark beer. No TV just good conversation and background music with occasional live acts. Dogs very welcome both inside and on the outside seating area which is perfect on sunny days. Children welcome before 7pm and last orders is at 10pm. Wi-fi available

    • Entwistle Hotel 15 Entwistle Street Darwen BB3 3HS Telephone(01254) 773404

      Community local on the edge of Darwen town centre. Providing all traditional pub activities. All major live sporting events screened on SKY & BT.

    • Golden Cup Inn 610 Blackburn Road Darwen BB3 0AJ Telephone(01254) 775636

      Fully refurbished the “cutest pub in Darwen” with a good family atmosphere and home-cooked food, and now serving breakfasts at the weekend. A large outside fenced beer garden with picnic table hosts local residents, sports teams and football fans, both Home and Away, attending Blackburn Rovers, which is just a minute walk away. Now offering the Thwaites monthly specials complementing the Quiz Nights and Live Music events.

    • Greenfield Lower Barn Street Darwen BB3 2HQ Telephone(01254) 839551

      Jay, the new landlord, a family man who has lived in Darwen for 6 years, is making many changes to bring in new customers and not forgetting the old regulars who are returning too, in this friendly atmospheric family pub which shows live sports. There’s food to come soon with a new kitchen being fitted, and a backyard being done up for a smoking area with tables and chairs. 2 handpumps have been added to take the total up to 6, with wall boards to show what beers are on and what’s in the cellar.

    • Hollins Grove Conservative Club 106 Blackburn Road Darwen BB3 1QJ Telephone(01245) 470 2367

      Members club founded in 1877 where non-members are welcome and soon become full members due to enjoying all the Club has to offer

    • Loom & Shuttle 165 Duckworth St Darwen BB3 1AT Telephone(01942) 259071

      A single roomed bar with beer garden at the rear, this is the first pub venture for Mayflower Brewery of Wigan. It is a sustainably conscious cocktail, cask and craft ale bar with a large hand picked selection of world beer, gins, rums and whiskeys. A varying number of Mayflower traditional cask ales is served alongside guest beers. Situated on the busy A666 regular buses connecting Blackburn with Darwen and Bolton pass the door.

    • Number 39 Hopstar Brewery Tap 39-41 Bridge Street Darwen BB3 2AA Telephone07531 425352

      Multi award winning continental style bar for both beer and cider in the centre of Darwen.

      5 hand pumps from the Hopstar range, which usually includes a dark beer and occasionally a guest beer. New brews are tried out here first but never last long due to popular demand so don’t hesitate to get down when one is on.

      Large variety of bottled continental and world beers along with 2 or 3 ciders or perry (some of which meet CAMRA’s new definition of real cider)

      Original artists/bands on Thursday nights and covers bands on Saturday nights. Last Thursday of the month open mic night and the last Saturday of the month local DJ sets.

    • Old Chapel Railway Road Darwen BB3 2RG Telephone(01254) 778700

      A Grade II listed building which was formerly the Old Wesleyan Methodist chapel hence the name, before becoming a Bargainstore supermarket. Built in 1866, it features a Corinthian style historic 19th century architectural facade outside. Inside there is a spectacular open staircase leading to a balcony seating area. Downstairs the large lounge offers ample stylish comfortable seating and a long bar. The usual Wetherspoon choice of foods and drinks is served daily. It lies between the bus and train stations.

    • Old Function Room 5 Watery Lane Darwen BB3 2ET Telephone(01254) 701232

      Opened as a working men's club in 1846, it was known throughout the 1960's and 70's as the Barracuda club then for 30 years as the Craiglands Function rooms. Comfortable surroundings and real fire.

    • Park Inn 1-3 Cemetery Road Darwen BB3 2LZ Telephone(01254) 774155

      Compleetly refufbished, enlarged and very popular local freehouse.

    • Punch Hotel 25 Chapels Darwen BB3 0EE Telephone(01254) 702510

      Friendly welcome and good conversation here. Happy hours are Mon-Fri 5-7pm. Up to two real ales from the local Hopstar brewery are on sale.

    • Sound Lounge Wellington Fold Darwen BB3 1AB Telephone(01254) 776550

      Live music bar which opened September 2023 in the old Catholic Club which was most recently known as the Big House Blues Bar.

      Maxine Walsh has moved from the Old Function Room in the town to the new venue which will showcase local musicians and tribute acts.

      Where Music, Ambience and Affordable Fun Unite.

    • Sunbird Records 4 The Circus Darwen BB3 1BS Telephone07854 248464

      A late night venue with plenty of live music and serving one cask ale on handpump. All this at the very centre of town, formerly a bank building. Arcade pub games can be played. Sunday is chill out night.

    • Sunnyhurst Hotel Tockholes Road Darwen BB3 1JX Telephone(01254) 873055

      Small and homely two-roomed pub near Darwen Tower and Sunnyhurst Woods, a walkers paradise and family friendly

    • Victoria Hotel 94 Sudell Road Darwen BB3 3HW Telephone(01254) 705095

      Completely refurbished community focused free house pub. Holds several fundraising events throughout the year and caters for birthdays, christenings, funerals etc. Shows live sports and events

  • Downham
    • Assheton Arms Chatburn Road Downham BB7 4BJ Telephone(01200) 439699

      Nestled in the historic and well-preserved village of Downham, this village centre pub is popular with locals and tourists.There are 12 bedrooms, some with stunning views of Pendle Hill.

  • Earby
    • BB18 Brewery & Tap bar 31/33 Victoria Rd Earby BB18 6UN Telephone07908 591343

      Steven and Linda Picks, who used to run Picks Brewery in Accrington, created a new home brew brewery and tap bar in Earby in late 2020, after installing a 5 barrel plant which was previously at the Whitstable Brewery in Kent.

    • Punch Bowl Skipton Road Earby BB18 6JJ Telephone(01282) 843017

      The Punch Bowl is a traditional, family run inn, nestled on the outskirts of the charming Lancashire village of Earby. Set in rolling countryside close to the beautiful Yorkshire Dales, The Punch Bowl has stood at the gateway to the pretty hamlet of Elslack for over 300 years. We are amidst some of the most beautiful scenery in a rural yet accessible location, attracting numerous visitors, many return time and time again to seek out the undoubted pleasures that the Punch Bowl has to offer. We are building an outstanding reputation for quality food, friendly service and a great atmosphere and look forward to sharing it with you. The Punch Bowl is the perfect place anytime of the day or evening to enjoy a delicious meal or a simple drink.

    • Red Lion 70 Red Lion Street Earby BB18 6RD Telephone(01282) 843395

      A warm and friendly welcome awaits you from both host and locals in this traditional country local, owned and run by local people. Both rooms have been renovated with taste, the lounge being heated with a wood burner. An extensive menu is served in the lounge both lunchtime and evenings. Situated close to Youth Hostel, this is a drinker's delight.

    • White Lion Riley Street Earby BB18 6NX Telephone(01282) 940530

      Fine stone-built local pup serving a selection of ales and good food. Operated by Winwick Taverns. Offers weekly entertainment, Live Entertainment, Quiz Nights, Outdoor events throughout the summer months.

  • Edenfield
    • Coach 163 Market Street Edenfield BL0 0HJ Telephone(01706) 825000

      Recently refurbished with a high standard of decor. Pleasant family pub with large dining area. Traditional English menu including local black pudding. Continental beers and range of coffees.

    • Rostron Arms 1 Market Place Edenfield BL0 0JZ Telephone(01706) 824532

      This large stone-built pub overlooks both Scout Moor and Dearden Moor. Built in the 19th Century it was one of three coaching inns in Edenfield. There are five hand pumps. There is a large bar area and a pool room. The Rostron has both a darts and pool team.

  • Edgworth
    • Black Bull 167 Bolton Road Edgworth BL7 0AF Telephone(01204) 852811

      Small village pub with separate rooms and restaurant at rear overlooking the dam and Wayoh reservoir.

    • Edgworth Cricket Club Bolton Road Edgworth BL7 0AP Telephone(01204) 853374
    • White Horse 2-4 Bury Road Edgworth BL7 0AY Telephone(01204) 852929

      Situated prominently at the Bolton-Bury crossroads in good walking country, this fine local is a large stone built corner building with an impressively decorated interior. The name of this particular White Horse has heraldic origins dating back to the 18th Century, with white being the colour of peace and horse representing steadiness. A plaque outside explains more. The exquisite cuisine pulls in locals and tourists alike

  • Edisford Bridge
    • Edisford Bridge Edisford Road Edisford Bridge BB7 3LJ Telephone(01200) 422637

      Large eating house in a pleasant location with a campsite to the rear.

  • Entwistle
    • Strawbury Duck Overshaws Road Entwistle BL7 0LU Telephone(01204) 852013

      Popular with walkers and near several reservoirs. Can be busy at weekends. Note that the adjacent Entwistle station is a request stop. Offers third pint taster paddles.

  • Fence
    • Fence Gate Inn Wheatley Lane Road Fence BB12 9EE Telephone(01282) 618101

      Award winning hotel with restaurant and banqueting centre. The bar has a friendly pub atmosphere and serves excellent bar meals.

    • Forest Inn Cuckstool Lane Fence BB12 9PA Telephone(01282) 613641
  • Foulridge
    • Foulridge Social Club Towngate Foulridge BB8 7PL Telephone(01282) 863157
    • Hare & Hounds Skipton Old Road Foulridge BB8 7PD Telephone(01282) 864235

      Centre of village inn with extensive food trade and modern accommodation. Fully refurbished in 2016.

    • New Inn Skipton Old Road Foulridge BB8 7PD Telephone(01282) 542836

      Popular village local with a serving hatch to the snug. Home of the village cricket and football teams.

  • Great Harwood
    • 1B Tap 1B Glebe Street Great Harwood BB6 7AA

      Welcoming two roomed bar in historic former cooperative society building. It is located close to Towngate square and preservation area, on a side street opposite the post office. The main room, featuring plenty of beer and brewery related items, sells an ever changing and skillfully selected range of cask beers which always includes a stout or porter. Local breweries predominate. A side room housing a separate bar serving gin and world beers offers additional seating. Note the collection of beer festival glasses on display in the bar.

    • Chantry 6-8 Church Street Great Harwood BB6 7NF Telephone(01254) 447167

      Excellent new Micro pub just off Towngate.

    • Dog & Otter Cliffe Lane Great Harwood BB6 7PG Telephone(01254) 888161

      Family friendly comfortable pub serving food near Great Harwood CC

    • Gamecock Inn 8 Whalley Road Great Harwood BB6 7UH Telephone(01254) 883719

      Large food oriented pub on the main road between Great Harwood and Whalley serving extensive food menu including carveries.

    • Park Great Harwood Harwood Lane Great Harwood BB6 7SN Telephone(01254) 886080

      Recently renovated free house selling a range of up to 3 ales, including many Lancashire favourites such as Moorhouses. Quality food is served daily. Car park to side of pub. Small terrace to the front.

    • Royal 2 Station Road Great Harwood BB6 7BA Telephone(01254) 876237

      One of East Lancashire's premier ales houses. A large pub offering a number of ever changing beers. A regular outlet for Pictish brewery from Rochdale. Large beer gardens to rear and side. Once the hotel servicing the now long gone railway station. The disused railway, now a pleasant walking and cycling track passes close by. Good for families.

    • Tavern 26-28 Church Street Great Harwood BB6 7NF Telephone(01254) 884381

      Two roomed town centre pub with many separate drinking areas.

    • Victoria St Johns Street Great Harwood BB6 7EP Telephone07920 747646

      A fine Edwardian multi-roomed gem featuring much original woodwork and tiling. Note the sash windows around the central horseshoe bar, the small separate snug, and the darts room with latticed seating. There is a large outdoor area to the rear with moorland views. Lancashire, Yorkshire and Lakeland beers predominant. Meeting place for numerous local societies from running and cycling to chess and vegetable growing. The adjacent disused railway joins up with the Leeds Liverpool canal making it an excellent destination for walkers and cyclists. English Heritage and Heritage Pubs listed Grade II*.

  • Great Mitton
    • Aspinall Arms Mitton Road Great Mitton BB7 9PQ Telephone(01254) 826555

      Sat atop the River Ribble, this former ferry-boat house is bright, airy and welcoming. With twelve hand-pumps serving six cask ales, it’s a haven for walkers, cyclists and anglers. Looking across to medieval All Hallows Church, a landscaped beer garden and children’s play area, is popular on warmer days, while Persian rugs and open fires provide a warm winter welcome. A favoured destination for local diners, convivial staff serve freshly prepared food all day, catering for any dietary requirements. .

    • Mitton Hall Mitton Road Great Mitton BB7 9PQ Telephone(01254) 826267

      A large country house hotel providing luxury accommodation at the heart of the fabulous Ribble Valley. Popular for weddings and other functions.

    • Three Fishes Mitton Road Great Mitton BB7 9PQ Telephone(01254) 826666

      Eating establishment owned and run by famous local chef Nigel Haworth. Please call for opening times

  • Grindleton
    • Rum Fox Sawley Road Grindleton BB7 4QS Telephone(01200) 871691

      A foody pub in the heart of the Ribble Valley

  • Guide
    • King Edward VII 321 Haslingden Road Guide BB1 2NG Telephone(01254) 54261

      Prominent corner pub retaining tiled interior and outside gents.

    • Willows Haslingden Road Guide BB1 2NG Telephone(01254) 681550

      Typical Marston's family-style eating house with a range of guest beers from the Marstons estate. Large car park. Close to Royal Blackburn Hospital and handy for the myriad office and manufacturing units around Junction 5 of the M65. A 38 bed hotel has recently been added.

  • Haggate
    • Hare & Hounds 1 Halifax Road Haggate BB10 3QH Telephone(01282) 424612

      A traditional country pub in the Briercliffe area of Burnley. There are superb open views over the Pennine moorland from the rear patio area. Food is served Wednesday to Sunday and there are distinct rooms to the front of the pub with a large restaurant / function room to the rear. Live music events at weekends. The No. 5 bus from Burnley terminates 200 yards before the pub.

    • Roggerham Gate Todmorden Road Haggate BB10 3PQ Telephone(01282) 422039

      Country pub on outskirts of Burnley. Good food compliments the real ale. Separate games room with TV for sports fans. New, small bar by the entrance in the main, right room with wood strip flooring around. In the carpeted area beyond are tables and chairs of various designs plus a couple of settees and a wood burner. The little used small, left room contains a dart board. Around a dozen malt whiskies available. 200m from the Bronte Way footpath.

  • Hapton
    • Hapton Inn 2 Accrington Road Hapton BB11 5QL Telephone(01282) 335070

      A large roadside pub at the top of the village. Saved from the clutches of Enterprise Inns by a local resident. There is an emphasis on food. There is a pool table and 4 handpumps serve ever changing locally brewed ales.

      Please note Hapton railway station is a request stop

    • Railway Inn 17 Manchester Road Hapton BB12 7LF Telephone07719 850143

      This former Thwaites house is a friendly street corner village local near the Leeds Liverpool Canal.

      There is a solitary handpump dispensing a changing locally brewed ale.

      The pool room has several pictures of the licensee’s favourite football team – Bolton Wanderers.

      Please note Hapton railway station is a request stop.

  • Haslingden
    • Black Bull 2 Blackburn Road Haslingden BB4 5QQ Telephone(01706) 211996

      A prominently situated pub at the town centre traffic lights, there are two lounge areas and a pool area. Several TV screens promote the sports bar theme found in most Bravo Inns Pubs. Note the coloured glass upper windows depicting flowers in the lounge facing Deardengate.

    • Green Squirrel 148 Manchester Road Haslingden BB4 6NP Telephone07864 882501

      On the main road between the town centre and the M66, this is a terraced pub with an open plan lounge area and a separate pool room. When the front door is closed use the door at the end of the terrace.

    • Griffin Inn 86 Hud Rake Haslingden BB4 5AF Telephone(01706) 214021

      The Griffin, Rossendale Pub of The Year 2015, is a jewel in the crown of East Lancashire, a thriving community pub and a drinking and social experience not to be missed! Rossendale Brewery, based on the pub premises, operates an eight barrel plant with a maximum of seven beers in production at any given time. All the beers are excellent and there are regular events at the pub catering for different interests; including Spanish Conversation, Curry Night and live music. Now serving food with a Cuban twist.

    • Haslingden Cricket Club 1 Bentgate Close Haslingden BB4 6LT Telephone(01706) 215365

      Offer membership but also open to non-members at all times. Two cask ales available (one regular and one guest) sourced from various breweries all over the country.

    • Rose & Crown 276-278 Manchester Road Haslingden BB4 6PU Telephone(01706) 213556

      Stone built end of terrace pub on the busy Manchester Road with open plan bar and separate pool room. There is a large beer garden to the rear. The facade of the building features the original windows advertising one time owners Massey's Brewery of Burnley. Nowadays you will find that other Burnley brewery Moorhouse's on sale.

    • Woolpack 488 Manchester Road Haslingden BB4 6LN Telephone(01706) 214195

      A large pub at the top of the slip road on the Haslingden exit from the M66/A56, open plan with raised lounge area, also has a segregated pool table area to the right of the entrance. Convenient for Haslingden Cricket Club which is across the road. Refurbished early 2018.

  • Helmshore
    • Robin Hood Inn 280 Holcombe Road Helmshore BB4 4NP Telephone(01706) 404200

      Traditional stone built village pub which, although opened up, still retains the impression of having three separate rooms with two open fires. The original Glen Top brewery windows are a feature. Beers from the seasonal ranges of Hydes and Beer Studio dominate the guest beers. Quiz nights are held on Thursdays. A small beer garden overlooking Helmshore Textile Museum and lodge can be reached by steps to the side of the pub.

    • Station Hotel 505 Helmshore Road Helmshore BB4 4JR Telephone(01706) 210059

      Popular village local with separate games area. Opened out but still retaining distinct drinking areas.

    • Sunnybank Social Club 515 Helmshore Road Helmshore BB4 4LQ Telephone07801 837475

      Lounge bar is upstairs with function room downstairs with its own bar. Darts, pool table, snooker tables and bowling green available.

  • Higham
    • Four Alls Inn Higham Hall Road Higham BB12 9EZ Telephone(01282) 778063

      Popular village pub dating from 1792 with three distinct areas, bar, tap-room and dining room. The tap-room has a pool table, jukebox and large screen TV. The pub sign shows a clergyman "I pray for all", king "I govern for all", soldier "I fight for all" and worker "but I pay for all". The Foursmen Society meet monthly whilst the pub also claims to be the HQ of the Balloon Juice Co. of Higham!

  • Hoddlesden
    • Hoddlesden Conservative Club 2-4 Harwood Lane Hoddlesden BB3 3LL Telephone(01254) 702762

      Friendly village social club that always welcomes new members to join for only £10 per year. Downstairs is a lively lounge and bar area with a function room upstairs available for special celebrations and events.

    • Ranken Arms Queens Street Hoddlesden BB3 3LY Telephone(01254) 701125

      Village pub offering fine food and warm hospitality.

  • Holme Chapel
    • Queen Hotel 412 Burnley Road Holme Chapel BB10 4SU Telephone(01282) 436712

      This roadside free house is situated in the spectacular Cliviger gorge on the A671 between Burnley and Todmorden. The pub has recently undergone a major refurbishment without altering the original two-roomed layout. Food is served early evenings weekdays and afternoon and evening at weekend. Thursday is quiz night and a beer draw is held on Sundays. The pleasant beer garden is up steps at the back of the pub.

    • Ram Inn 399 Burnley Road Holme Chapel BB10 4SU Telephone(01282) 459091

      Large food oriented family pub with welcoming atmosphere and exposed beams. Great views from the beer garden. On the Pennine National Bridleway trail.

  • Huncoat
    • Griffins Head Burnley Road Huncoat BB5 6LD Telephone(01254) 394788

      Traditional locals' pub on the main road. Now very much food oriented.

    • Railway 2 Station Road Huncoat BB5 6LS Telephone(01254) 238070

      This now the only pub in the village and sits adjacent to the railway station. Although the pub has been opened up, it retains separate areas. A range of three regularly changing beers are on offer. Pool and darts teams are based here. A regular quiz night takes place on a Wednesday. Opens early on Sunday for breakfast which is popular with the locals.

  • Hurst Green
    • Bayley Arms Hotel Avenue Road Hurst Green BB7 9QB Telephone(01254) 826478

      The pub acts as a clubhouse for a golf club and other sporting organizations. Separate restaurant but bar meals are also served.

    • Shireburn Arms Whalley Road Hurst Green BB7 9QJ Telephone(01254) 826678

      Details of the guest beers, together with tasting notes, are displayed on a blackboard behind the bar.

  • Kelbrook
    • Craven Heifer 400 Colne Road Kelbrook BB18 6TF Telephone(01282) 843007

      Recently renovated in a modern style with a separate bar and high-class dining areas. Plenty of outdoor seating to rear and large car park adjacent. Accommodation available.

    • Old Stone Trough Colne Road Kelbrook BB18 6XY Telephone(01282) 844844

      Roadside eatery and extensive 35-room hotel. Popular with mid-week travellers and locals alike. Good quality real ales plus food (except Mondays) with big-screen TV in the main bar area.

  • Laneshaw Bridge
    • Alma Inn Emmott Lane Laneshaw Bridge BB8 7EG Telephone(01282) 857830

      Carefully restorated former coaching inn dating from 1725 with stone floors, original beams and real fires. Offers very good locally sourced fayre accompanied by a good choice of real ales. Has ten luxury en-suite bedrooms and a downstairs bedroom for those who might struggle with stairs.

    • Emmott Arms Keighley Road Laneshaw Bridge BB8 7HX Telephone(01282) 864889

      Popular pub at centre of the village. Easily accessible by bus from Keighley or Colne, being on the main road between the two towns. Named after local landowning family from the time of William the Conqueror. Three roomed pub with open fires and beer garden to rear. Set out mainly for diners but with snug bar area. Constantly changing guest beers sourced from local and regional brewers. Car park to side.

  • Lumb
    • Hargreaves Arms 910 Burnley Road East Lumb BB4 9PQ Telephone07721 509732

      A traditional country pub situated in the beautiful Rossendale Valley, ideally located for exploring the local scenery. 50yds from Pennine Bridleway National Trail. Hikers and bikers welcome, and no member of the family excluded so dog friendly.

      Good food on offer with a regular special’s menu. The full menu is available to take-away. Breakfast is available for group bookings by prior arrangement at weekends. Also offer a superb range of specialist beers.

      Now with modern b&b with 3 rooms - two sleeping 4, one sleeping 3.

  • Mellor
    • Millstone Hotel Church Lane Mellor BB2 7JR Telephone(01254) 813333

      Thwaites flagship hotel with an excellent restaurant and bar meals. Well used by the locals.

    • Spread Eagle Mellor Lane Mellor BB2 7EG Telephone(01254) 812222

      A recently refurbished, relaxed and friendly pub serving a good range of food and ales. Frequent live music and quiz nights.

    • Traders Arms Mellor Lane Mellor BB2 7EW Telephone(01254) 812478

      Open plan, comfortable village local with good value food.

  • Mellor Brook
    • Feilden's Arms Whalley Road Mellor Brook BB2 7PR Telephone(01254) 814319

      Named after Sir William Fielden a local MP from 1832-1847. This is a large multi-roomed pub with a conservatory close to Samlesbury Hall. There is neutral décor throughout with a mix of tables, chairs and upholstered settees to suit eating and drinking. The pool room has leather sofas for a more relaxed feel. There are six en-suite bedrooms and a function room available. Under new ownership from August 2021, Serving locally-sourced farm-fresh produce from their own local family farm in Mellor. Open 7 days a week, dog friendly with free WIFI. Pleasant conservatory. With growing support from the wonderful community of Mellor Brook, Feildens Arms looks set to re-establish itself back to its former glory as a traditional locals' local with a warm welcome to all who venture near.

  • Mereclough
    • Kettledrum 302 Red Lees Road Mereclough BB10 4RQ Telephone(01282) 416960

      This tastefully decorated roadside pub is named after an 1861 Epsom Derby winning thoroughbred owned by the Towneley family of nearby Towneley hall. The pub was bought by brothers Robin and Steve Reid and fully refurbished in 2014 and is now a thriving pub serving good value food. The views across the valley from the pub and beer patio are an added bonus.

  • Nelson
    • Nelson Cricket Club Surrey Road Nelson BB9 7TY Telephone(01282) 614810

      A founding member of the Lancashire League, established in 1861. The current record holders for winning more league titles than any other Lancashire League club.

    • Nelson Golf Club King's Causeway Nelson BB9 0EU Telephone(01282) 611834

      The club is situated on a plateau overlooking Nelson and Burnley and visitors are able to reward themselves with the finest series of panoramic views of landscape it is possible to imagine.

    • Nelson Poultry Club Hibson Road Nelson BB9 0DY Telephone(01282) 612873
    • Shooters Arms Southfield Lane Nelson BB10 3RJ Telephone(01282) 614153

      Situated in a picturesque spot between Burnley and Nelson, this cosy little pub, parts of which date back to 1660, has had something of a facelift in the last two years. A Thwaites house, so all four hand-pulls serve their beer, one of which is a rotating seasonal from the Thwaites range. Sky Sports on large screen, live entertainment regularly. Pool and darts facilities available.

    • Short Homers Working Mens Club Midland St Nelson BB9 7RJ
    • Thatch & Thistle Surrey Road Nelson BB9 7TZ Telephone(01282) 615215

      Modern open plan and family friendly pub with a strong emphasis on food. Handy for Nelson Cricket Club.

    • Warp Dressers Club 2A New Brown St Nelson BB9 7NY
  • Newchurch
    • Boars Head 69 Church Street Newchurch BB4 9EH Telephone(01706) 557422

      A large three storey building on the corner of Church Street and Newchurch Road and close to St Nicholas church. The stone above the door indicates that the building was constructed in 1674. It was once owned by Kenyons brewery. The central bar with its serves three drinking areas. It is said that somewhere in the cellar was a sealed up door to an underground passage leading to the church.

  • Newton In Bowland
    • Parkers Arms Newton In Bowland Newton In Bowland BB7 3DY Telephone(01200) 446236

      A contemporary country inn in the Trough of Bowland. The perfect pause for ramblers, cyclists and visitors. Casual and relaxed atmosphere yet elegant.

  • Old Langho
    • Black Bull Inn Old Lango Road Old Langho BB6 8AW Telephone(01254) 248801

      Four roomed, two bar local with dining room.

  • Osbaldeston
    • Bay Horse Inn Longsight Road Osbaldeston BB2 7HX Telephone(01254) 813805

      Cosy and friendly pub on the A59 serving quality homemade food Wed to Sun 12-8pm. Boasts a fantastic beer garden and traditional "tap room" with snooker table.

  • Oswaldtwistle
    • Black Dog 384 Union Road Oswaldtwistle BB5 3NW Telephone(01254) 390084

      One of the oldest public houses in the area, dating back to the early 1800’s and is still proudly serving Thwaites ales to the people of Oswaldtwistle and beyond. Large beer garden out front. Dementia friendly, cycle friendly, dog friendly and child friendly! Everyone is welcome at the Black Dog. Live Music Friday's from 9pm and Sunday from 6pm Pub Quiz every Monday from 8.30pm Tuesday afternoon 1.30 - 3.30pm is for our older patrons, with bingo, dominoes, quizzes and more. Tuesday Nights - Amateur Comedy Night Winner of the Best Business Builder at Thwaites Brewery Hospitality Award 2018

    • Duckworth Hall Haslingden Old Road Oswaldtwistle BB5 3RQ Telephone(01254) 53785

      Traditional pub in the Lancashire countryside, serving home cooked food

    • Hare & Hounds 331 Blackburn Road Oswaldtwistle BB5 4NQ Telephone07934 009531

      Family pub serving home-cooked meals. Live sports inside and outside on a beer patio television.

    • Lord Longworth 6 Thomas Street Oswaldtwistle BB5 3LA Telephone(01254) 391589

      Recently renovated pub off Union Road. Previously known as the New Inn.

    • Oswaldtwistle Social Club Rhyddings Street Oswaldtwistle BB5 3HH Telephone(01254) 233178
    • Plough Inn 2 Broadfield Oswaldtwistle BB5 3RY Telephone(01254) 234079

      This pub has had a major makeover having been purchased from a PubCo. There are usually up to four ales available from a choice of Moorhouse's, Bank Top, Prospect, Reedly Hallows, Bowland, Pennine etc. Food is served, dogs and families are welcome. There is a function room and wi-fi available.

    • Stanhill 61 Stanhill Road Oswaldtwistle BB5 4PS Telephone(01254) 396669

      The family run Stanhill Pub & Kitchen reopened in February 2018 following a major investment and refurbishment, with the bar is on the right-hand side when you enter and the restaurant on the left. Outside seating is at the rear of the pub with the large car park which houses a children’s play area. The house beer Hargreaves Ale is named after James Hargreaves, the creator of the revolutionary Spinning Jenny, who lived in the village.

    • Stanhill Social Club 40a Stanhill Oswaldtwistle BB5 4PP Telephone(01254) 233939

      Celebrated 100 years birthday in 2018, previously a Working Men’s Club which changed to a Social Club in recent years to be more open to all members. Cask ale available Thursday to Sunday only

    • Stop & Rest Inn Fielding Lane Oswaldtwistle BB5 3BE Telephone(01254) 231951

      Pub near Rhyddings Park and a short walk uphill from Union Road, with a separate lounge and tap room. Pumpclips are "aimed" at the lounge so ask what is available. Busy at weekends with a good cross-section of locals. Occasional live entertainment.

    • Tap Select 320 Union Road Oswaldtwistle BB5 3JD Telephone(01254) 619253

      Craft beer bar & kitchen - 8 keg lines, 2 cask ales and 50+ beers & ciders in the fridges

    • Vault 343 Union Road Oswaldtwistle BB5 3HS Telephone(01254) 872279

      A popular single roomed bar on the busy main road through Oswaldtwistle. It is easy to reach by public transport as buses from Accrington and Blackburn pass the door every few minutes. There is high bench seating around the walls and a standing area at the bar. The six hand pumps dispense four changing beers and two ciders. Keen Rugby League supporters the Vault sponsor one of the junior teams at Accrington Wildcats. Note the framed team photo in the bar.

    • White Bull 166 New Lane Oswaldtwistle BB5 3QW Telephone(01254) 382458

      Reopened after being fully refurbished in March 2019, taken on by local Cllr Josh Blayne Allen, who represents the Immanuel ward, the pub is getting back to being the heart of the community. Now fully serving food again with live entertainment and sports on TV

  • Padiham
    • Bridge Inn 68 Burnley Road Padiham BB12 8QN Telephone(01282) 771935

      Modernised open plan pub with separate pool room. It's a lively locals pub with live music or Karaoke at weekends. The two handpumps dispense two Cask Marque accredited beers from the Thwaites / Marston range. Occasionally Old Rosie cider is available.

    • Free Gardeners 2 St Giles Street Padiham BB12 8HL Telephone(01282) 770965

      A street corner local with four ever changing beers from near and far – often Lancaster, Deeply Vale, Heritage. Partially open plan, there is a pool table and a snug with a log burner. Hidden behind the optics are some of the original pub windows with the monogram WA. The pub was once part of the estate of William Astley, brewers of Nelson who were taken over by Massey’s of Burnley in 1924. There is a small display of Massey artefacts on the column by the middle of the bar.

    • Hare & Hounds 58 West Street Padiham BB12 8JD Telephone(01282) 545308

      An award winning true free house rescued from pub company mismanagement, now thriving and selling an excellent choice of beers alongside a changing real cider. Two rooms front the large bar with a large separate room to one side where beer festivals are held. There are real fires in all rooms. A large beer garden to the rear and a small seating area to the front complete this warm friendly pub. Handy for Padiham football & cricket grounds.

    • Molly Rigby's 17 - 19 Mill Street Padiham BB12 8EX Telephone(01282) 778997

      A comfortable, friendly members club which opened in Padiham town centre in 2004 and has a strict over 25's policy. It is home to many local community groups and serves up to four Real Ales mainly from local Breweries with the Worsthorne house beer on sale at a reduced price. Note the early opening at weekends. Several times winner of Burnley Club Of The Year

    • Padiham Cricket Club Arbory Drive Padiham BB12 8JS

      Established in 1891 and a founder member of The Ribblesdale Cricket League . Club ceased to exist after the First World War, but was re-establish in 1948 after land was bought at the Arbories with the ground dedicated as a memorial to the Second World War victims.

    • Padiham Football Club 16 Well Street Padiham BB12 8LE Telephone(01282) 773742
    • Taproom 9 Burnley Road, Padiham Padiham BB12 8NA Telephone(01282) 476156

      A single roomed micropub on the main road through town with a collection of advertising signs adorning the walls. One of the handpumps will dispense a non alcoholic ale and there is a small selection of wine and gins. Food is limited to crisps and nuts. Many buses to and from Burnley stop nearby. Generally a quiet pub but does have live music at weekends.

  • Paythorne
    • Buck Inn Bow Hills Lane Paythorne BB7 4JD Telephone(01200) 445488

      Stone built village pub with central bar and restaurant area. Bar meals.

  • Pendleton
    • Swan With Two Necks Main Street Pendleton BB7 1PT Telephone(01200) 423112

      CAMRA National Pub of the Year 2014 and recipient of many other local and national awards. This is an outstanding and recently renovated traditional pub set in a pretty Pendleside village that's deservedly popular with locals and visitors alike. Five constantly changing ales are served. Delicious home-cooked food is also served with many high quality specialised local dishes. There's plenty of outdoor seating so you can watch the world go by in summer plus lovely open fires when the weather grows colder. The pub has a large car park and dogs on leads are welcome in the beer garden. Well worth a visit!

  • Pleasington
    • Clog & Billycock Billinge End Road Pleasington BB2 6QB Telephone(01254) 201163

      The Clog and Billycock has been in the village of Pleasington for over 150 years and part of the Brunning and Price family.

      After starting life as the 'Bay Horse', changed it's name in 1973 in honour of its former characterful Landlord, Alfred Pomfret who always wore Clogs and a Billycock behind the bar.

    • Railway Pleasington Lane Pleasington BB2 5JE Telephone(01254) 207582

      Village local near railway station rejuvenated by new landlord. Friendly staff, extensive menu, bowling green opposite with bowling parties catered for, live music.

  • Rawtenstall
    • Blind Tiger Bury Road Rawtenstall BB4 6AA Telephone(01706) 211114

      Popular cafe bar with a good selection of continental beers also serves Pizzas. There's also an extensive diary of live entertainment, see Facebook page for details, may require tickets or payment at the door. Part of Blind Tiger group of music venue in Bury.

      Please note card payment only

    • Boho Ale House & Music Bar Bank Street Rawtenstall BB4 7QN

      Single roomed bar on main street with interesting indoor decor. Close to bus station.

    • Buffer Stops Bury Road Rawtenstall BB4 6AG Telephone(0161) 764 7790

      Located on the platform at the Northern Terminus of the East Lancs Railway, this unique one roomed bar, once the station cafe, is small but further seating is available in the ticket hall and waiting room and on benches and at tables on the platform. Busy with both railway visitors and locals. Close to Ski Rossendale, Whitaker park and museum and the Weavers cottage. Beers are £2-90 on Thursdays

    • Casked Ale House & Ginporium 14-16 Bury Road Rawtenstall BB4 6AA

      A large bright open plan single roomed bar with varied seating and imaginative lighting.

      On the edge of Rawtenstall town centre, it lies a short walk away from the bus station and East Lancs heritage railway station. It is just along from Fitzpatricks famous temperance bar.

      Up to six mainly local cask beers are available on hand pump plus several modern keg beers. Many of the beers are sourced from breweries around the Rossendale Valley.

      May also open on Bank Holiday Mondays.

      NB Card Payment only

    • Firepit New Hall Hey Road Rawtenstall BB4 6AJ Telephone(01706) 260676

      Restaurant opposite the station platform. Offers two handpumps in both the restaurant and upstairs bar for Rossendale brewery beers. Hosts regular live music and comedy.

    • Hop Micro Pub 70 Bank Street Rawtenstall BB4 8EG Telephone07753 775150

      Situated at the top end of Rawtenstall's cobbled Bank Street, close to the market, Hop is a pleasant and congenial venue with the atmosphere of the traditional local pub. In addition to the bar there is a pleasant first floor lounge and a heated outside drinking area.

      With six hand pulled cask ales, including the permanent Hop from Deeply Vale, as well as keg craft beers and ciders, bottled Belgium beers, there is always a fantastic choice.

      A short walk from the bus station and from the Northern terminus of the East Lancashire Heritage Railway.

      NB Card payment only

    • Jacksons Cafe Bar 32 Bacup Rd Rawtenstall BB4 7ND Telephone07796 142347

      A small and friendly cafe bar which opened just before the 2020 lockdown. There are two handpulls on the left of the bar which serve Timothy Taylor's Landlord and Bowland Hen Harrier which are favourites with the locals. Coffee and cakes are available as are a range of cocktails and gins. Children and dogs welcome. Very close to the bus station.

    • Northern Whisper Tap Room Rawtenstall 18 Newchurch Road Rawtenstall BB4 7QX

      Located in the historic centre of Rawtenstall adjacent to the towns market hall, the Rawtenstall tap is the flagship tap room with 6 hand pumps and numerous craft lines. Open five days per week from Wednesday to Sunday it is the medium through which brewery meets consumer. No food is available, but you are allowed to bring in food purchased at the market hall next door.

      May also open on Bank Holiday Mondays.

    • Railway Tavern 51 Bury Road Rawtenstall BB4 6DD Telephone(01706) 831534

      A split level pub and one room has pool table. On the main road near East Lancashire Heritage Railway station hence the name.

      Taken over by Brent Taylor in 2022 who had the White Lion in Rawtenstall

    • Rawtenstall Cricket Club Bacup Rd Rawtenstall BB4 7ND

      Open to members and non-members.

    • Red Lion 437 Newchurch Road, Upper Cloughfold Rawtenstall BB4 7TG Telephone(01706) 215631

      A double fronted stone building situated on the corner of Newchurch road and Peel Street in Higher Cloughfold. The bar is in the main room but also serves the tap room. The pub dates from 1776 but was renovated in 1905. There is a large beer garden overlooking the picturesque Rossendale valley.

      Closed Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday in Winter

    • Shepherds Inn 225 Haslingden Road Rawtenstall BB4 6RE Telephone(01706) 213025

      Situated on the A681 this stone built free house is in the middle of a row of terraced houses and has been recently refurbished. There is an open plan bar area with two hand pumps, smaller side room with pool table, and a small outdoor area to the rear. This is a community orientated pub with pool team, mixed darts, quiz nights and regular country music on Sunday evenings. On street parking only and not easy to find parking spaces nearby, but easily accessible by public transport.

    • White Lion 72 Burnley Road Rawtenstall BB4 8EW Telephone(01706) 213117

      There has been a public house on this site since 1816. Formerly a row of cottages, it is now a large pub serving an array of guest beers from the likes of local brewers Reedley Hallows and Worsthorne to the more distant Acorn and Salamander. A weekly quiz is held on Tuesdays with entertainment on Friday and Saturday. There are pool teams and football on two screens. Close to Ski Rossendale and the terminus of the East Lancs Railway.

  • Read
    • Read & Simonstone Con Club Whalley Road Read BB12 7PB Telephone(01282) 773298

      A village club offering a wide variety of entertainment, good beer and a friendly atmosphere. Although a members club, non-members are welcome and can be signed in by a the Steward to enjoy what's on offer.

    • Read Cricket Club Whalley Rd Read BB12 7PN Telephone(01282) 771515

      Founded in 1878 and a founder Member of the Ribblesdale Cricket League.

  • Ribchester
    • Black Bull Church Street Ribchester PR3 3YE Telephone(01254) 839699
    • Ribchester Arms Blackburn Road Ribchester PR3 3ZQ Telephone(01254) 820888

      Large dining pub on eastern edge of town. Can be busy at weekends and in the evenings.

    • Ribchester Club Church Street, Ribchester PR3 3YE Telephone(01254) 878234
    • White Bull Church Street Ribchester PR3 3XP Telephone(01254) 878048

      Newly refurbished and reopened in 2019 after being closed for several years. Not far from the Roman Museum and the front pillars reputedly date from Roman times. Food served.

  • Rimington
    • Black Bull Rimington Lane Rimington BB7 4DS

      Contains an extraordinary collection of aircraft and railway memorabilia! Bar meals. Separate restaurant. Closed Mondays in winter.

  • Rishton
    • Rishton Arms Station Road Rishton BB1 4HF Telephone(01254) 886396

      Close to Rishton railway station with a friendly atmosphere. Has a pool table, dartboard and live sports television

    • Rishton Conservative Club Cliff Street Rishton BB1 4EF Telephone(01254) 884201

      Large historic club on terraced street off town centre. Comfortable bar and numerous other rooms and an upstairs function room.

    • Rishton Cricket Club Highfield Rd Rishton BB1 4HP Telephone(01254) 884026

      Cricket club established in 1865 as a founder member of the Lancashire League. Past players include Sir Vivian Richards, Michael Holding and Allan Donald. Social Club is open 365 days a year for both members and non-members alike

    • Rishton Working Mens Club 22 Commercial Street Rishton BB1 4NB Telephone(01254) 884313

      Single roomed traditional working men's club in area full of rows of terraced houses. Entrance on corner of building. Please note that this club does not allow female visitors.

  • Rossendale
    • RAOB Club 345 Burnley Road East Rossendale BB4 9JR Telephone(01706) 213067

      Roadside club opposite Roebuck pub.

    • Rossendale Sports Club Marl Pits, Newchurch Road Rossendale BB4 7SW Telephone(01706) 229152

      Sports club bar for the Rossendale Rugby Club next to Marl Pits Leisure Centre off Newchurch Road

  • Roughlee
    • Bay Horse Blacko Bar Road Roughlee BB9 6NP Telephone(01282) 699023

      Completely renovated and reopened in November 2017. Now a community run establishment. A large open pub serving a range of quality real ale and food.

  • Sabden
    • Pendle Witch 38 Whalley Road Sabden BB7 9DZ Telephone(01282) 776777

      Small friendly village local

    • White Hart Inn 36 Padiham Road Sabden BB7 9EW Telephone(01282) 965965
  • Salesbury
    • Bonny Inn 68 Ribchester Road Salesbury BB1 9HQ Telephone(01254) 248467

      Good selection of Thwaites beers. Views over Ribble Valley. Opens at 9am for breakfast on Saturdays.

  • Salterforth
    • Anchor Inn Salterforth Lane Salterforth BB18 5TT Telephone(01282) 850055

      Popular old inn on the side of the Leeds Liverpool Canal with home-cooked food served lunchtime and evenings plus all day Sunday. Comfortably furnished with a separate room to one side of the bar and pool room through the lounge. The old cellar has stalactites and stalagmites formed by water seeping through the limestone.

  • Sawley
    • Spread Eagle Sawley Sawley BB7 4NH Telephone(01200) 441202

      Traditional coaching inn on the banks of the River Ribble, this is predominantly a dining pub. The bar area has stone flags, settees, armchairs and a welcoming log burner; a separate dining room has more of a club style but all tables have candles. Its busy events calendar keeps the pub at the heart of the community and includes monthly quiz nights, a movie club and Sunday lunchtime jazz. Take time to view the nearby 12th Century Sawley Abbey.

  • Shuttleworth
    • Fishermans Retreat Riding Head Lane Shuttleworth BL0 0HH Telephone(01706) 825314

      It's well worth the effort in finding this family owned pub down the country lanes between Shuttleworth (A56) and Turn Village (A680). Surrounded by open countryside with wonderful views down the valley and across to Peel Tower. It's no wonder it is popular as a wedding venue with its extensive gardens and trout fishing lake. The pub specialises in Malt Whiskies with over 500 available, with tasting nights available several times a year.Breakfast is served on Sunday Mornings 10-12, Booking tables is advised for the restaurant which has an excellent reputation.

  • Simonstone
    • Higher Trapp Hotel Trapp Lane Simonstone BB12 7QW Telephone(01282) 772781
    • Stork Hotel Whalley Road Simonstone BB12 7NZ Telephone(01282) 772100

      A pleasant village local with a games room. Food is served lunchtimes and evenings.

  • Slaidburn
    • Hark To Bounty Townend Slaidburn BB7 3EP Telephone(01200) 446246

      This family-run, traditional inn has nine en-suite bedrooms ideal for exploring the Forest of Bowland AONB. Either side of the central bar, with four ales on handpump, are comfortable lounges with real fires. Meals are served at lunchtimes and evenings from a home-cooked menu including daily changing specials. Check service times before travelling in winter. A 16th century court room, serving as a function room, can be viewed by request. A large beer garden is popular in summer.

  • Stacksteads
    • Beaconsfield Conservative Club 326 Newchurch Road Stacksteads OL13 0LD Telephone(01706) 875810
    • Farholme Tavern 218 Newchurch Road Stacksteads OL13 0TS Telephone(01706) 873432

      This two roomed pub with a central bar is on Newchurch Road situated in the middle of a row of shops.

    • Hare & Hounds 391 Newchurch Road Stacksteads OL13 0NB Telephone07971 600905

      Smartly refurbished pub with separate pool area. Live music or karaoke Saturday evenings.

    • Kimberley Club Royds Rd Stacksteads OL13 0PF

      Secretive members only club with very limited opening hours. Well hidden and off the beaten track, very much for the locals only, rare visitors must be invited in advance by one of the small number of club members.

    • Rose 'n' Bowl 264 Newchurch Road Stacksteads OL13 0UG Telephone(01706) 879555

      Open plan pub on two levels offering good value food and carvery. Tuesday is bingo night, thursday is Karaoke, weekly live entertainment. There is a crown green bowling green and the pub also hosts an annual World Gravy Wrestling Championships!

    • Rosemount Club Huttock End Lane, Stacksteads Stacksteads OL13 8LD Telephone(01706) 873461
  • Tockholes
    • Rock Inn Tockholes Road Tockholes BB3 0LU Telephone(01254) 702733

      Good food and great views over to the coast from the picnic area.

    • Royal Arms Tockholes Road, Rydal Fold Tockholes BB3 0PA Telephone(01254) 705373

      Taken over by The Lancashire Hospitality Co-operation (who have a collection of award winning food & drink venues in the North West) in the Summer of 2023 from Robin & Ruth Tillbrook after 5 years at the helm.

      Traditional free house formed from two cottages knocked together, now with an extension which houses R&R’s cafe bistro. Original stone walls, real fires and flagged or wooden floors have been retained in the old pub. In the West Pennine Moors, close to Darwen Tower and adjacent to Roddlesworth Visitors Centre, it looks over moors, woods and reservoirs. Friendly staff welcome walkers, cyclists, ramblers and dogs alike and offer a good menu.

      Please note opening and food times may change, so check before travelling.

      Now has 5 handpumps with the 4th in the R&R's Cafe Bistro which dispenses the house beer Lancashire Best Bitter from Pictish brewery based in Rochdale.

      Changing beers are mostly local breweries however ones from further afield make appearances.

  • Townsendfold
    • Townsend Fold Social Club Lodge Terrace, Lower Close Rd Townsendfold BB4 6EL

      Friendly and welcoming club, that has been open since 1919.

    • Whitchaff Inn 371 Bury Road, Townsendfold BB4 6EH Telephone(01706) 213198

      Large open plan pub with separate restaurant. Food is served Mon-Sat 12-2pm and 6-9.30pm, and Sun 12-8pm.

  • Trawden
    • Trawden Arms Church Street Trawden BB8 8RU Telephone(01282) 337055

      Refurbished tastefully decorated contemporary village pub now serving a classic modern menu. After obtaining an ACV has now reopened as a community owned pub.Trawden Arms was purchased by the village of Trawden on 29th October 2021 after a fundraising campaign which saw the community raise half a million pounds, selling over 400 shares to save the last village pub. Trawden made national news by bringing the pub into community ownership alongside their village shop, library & community centre, making this a very unique place to live. This traditional village pub serves delicious homemade food, has a fantastic drinks offer - including local real ales and craft beers, will be hosting a variety of events including Sunday quiz night and live music, and has four stunning Bed & Breakfast rooms.

    • White Lea Head Club Lanehouse Trawden BB8 8SW
  • Turton
    • King William IV 245 Chapeltown Road Turton BL7 9AN Telephone(01204) 856898

      A long established pub with a modern feel inside, the King Bill is handy for anyone visiting Jumbles Reservoir. The bar has four handpumps, with one usually dispensing Weston's Rosie's Pig cider. Cask beers are all from Thwaites. The menu has recently been expanded to include unusual dishes such as Mongolian Crispy Beef and Korean Glazed Chicken alongside pub favourites like steak pie and fish 'n' chips. Daily specials are available. The main car park is accessed via a steep slope. A few parking spaces closer to the main road are reserved for visitors with limited mobility.

  • Waddington
    • Higher Buck The Square Waddington BB7 3HZ Telephone(01200) 423226

      Situated at the top of this picturesque Ribble Valley village, the pub has an open-plan layout with a central bar. Stripped wood and tweed feature heavily with quirky lampshades in the form of colanders. Known as a foodie pub, drinkers are more than welcome. Daily specials could include game pie and Thai prawn curry. A gluten-free menu is also available. A log burner is at one end of the pub for colder days. Outside seating can be found at the back and front.

    • Lower Buck Inn Edisford Road Waddington BB7 3HU Telephone(01200) 423342

      A small and cosy traditional 18th century stone built village pub, in the heart of the community near the village church. There is an emphasis on pub dining. There are several rooms with open fires, especially welcoming in winter. Wi-Fi is limited to the bar area which is surrounded by stone flags. There is limited parking outside the front and side. Pub has accommodation.

    • Waddington Arms West View Waddington BB7 3HP Telephone(01200) 423262

      Situated in a prime spot in this small village, on entering you will find the bar in front of a small seating area serving the three larger rooms to left and right. There are impressive, large fireplaces to be found in each area which have their own individual touch including stone floors. There is plenty of outside seating at both front and back and there are six bedrooms. It would be fair to say that the emphasis is on food but drinkers are welcome. Once known as The Sun it closed in 1993 but reopened in 1994 under the current family ownership.

    • Waddington Village Club Clitheroe Road Waddington BB7 3HW Telephone(01200) 422262

      Social club with comfortable lounge and it's own bowling green in this idyllic Ribble Valley village boasting a babbling brook and a number of fine real ale outlets. The club opened in 1926 as the village reading room. There is a separate games room for snooker and pool. It hosts an annual beer festival

  • Waterfoot
    • Roebuck 482 Burnley Road East Waterfoot BB4 9JR Telephone07791 890495

      A traditional community local with games area. Good conversation; hikers and bikers welcome! Opens earlier at weekend if there are early kick offs.

    • Waterfoot Conservative Club 40 Burnley Rd East Waterfoot BB4 9AF
    • Whitewell 11 Burnley Road East Waterfoot BB4 9AG

      Micropub opened in the summer of 2023 by the owners of the Serious Brewing Company based in Rochdale.

      The premises has had a changing life having previously been a betting shop and tobacconists amongst other things whilst the name Whitewell comes from nearby brook.

      The location is ideal for the 464 Rochdale - Accrington and 483 Burnley to Rawtenstall bus routes a few minutes walk away.

  • Whalley
    • De Lacy Arms 61 King Street Whalley BB7 9SP Telephone(01254) 823197

      Named after 13th century nobleman this comfortable local’s pub is located in the centre of the village. It has a large screen TV on which there is football or rugby and can get very busy on a local match day. A yard at the rear caters for smokers and summertime drinkers. Up to three ales are served usually including a locale such as Bowland, Thwaites or Bank Top. Excellent locally made hot pies are usually available.

    • Dog Inn 55 King Street Whalley BB7 9SP Telephone(01254) 823009

      This very popular pub lies very close to the historic church and abbey in the centre of Whalley. It has has featured in several earlier editions of the GBG. The central bar has six handpulls offering an ever-changing list of beers, which often includes one of the more powerful brews (5% or more). Beers are from a mixture of micros and local breweries, but regularly come from further afield. Food only served at lunchtimes. Lots of hunting and sporting memorabilia are dotted around the pub. Buses between Clitheroe and Burnley, Blackburn and Preston pass the door.

    • Swan Hotel 62 King Street Whalley BB7 9SN Telephone(01254) 822195

      Beers are often from Taylors and Bowland. Good value food. Occasional live music.

    • Whalley Golf Club Clerk Hill Road Whalley BB7 9DR Telephone(01254) 822236
  • Wheatley Lane
    • Old Sparrowhawk Inn Wheatley Lane Road Wheatley Lane BB12 9QG Telephone(01282) 603034

      Up to six cask ales with four rotating regular local guest ales. Located on the fringe of the Pendle Forest, the original building is thought to be a farmstead dating back to the 17th Century and is now famed for its stained glass dome ceiling. Multi-roomed with oak beamed ceilings, flagged floors and floorboards. Upstairs there is a separate function room and a large garden to the front and rear.

    • White Swan Hotel 300 Wheatley Lane Road Wheatley Lane BB12 9QA Telephone(01282) 616971

      Home-made food served every day except Mondays. Covered draught-free outdoor seating.

  • Whitewell
    • Inn At Whitewell Dunsop Road Whitewell BB7 3AT Telephone(01200) 448222

      An old fashioned rural inn providing 23 bedrooms and friendly service. Perfectly located for a whole host of activities such as fishing, walking, tutored wine tastings and more. You can even borrow a kite!

  • Whitworth
    • Birches 145 Market Street Whitworth OL12 8RU Telephone(01706) 651553

      Stone built pub-restaurant. Takeaway available Live bands, singers and karaoke most weekends and showing Sky Sports. Bowling green and outside terracing overlook Healey Dell Nature Reserve. Food times may vary.

    • Cock & Magpie Tong End Whitworth OL12 8BJ Telephone(01706) 559696

      This is a charming and true community local that stands on a crossroads on the outskirts of the village of Whitworth between Rochdale and Bacup.

    • Red Lion Whitworth Square Whitworth OL12 8PY Telephone(01706) 861441

      The Red Lion is a picturesque pub dating from the 17th century with a fascinating history. Popular not only with locals but also with popular with golfers and horse riders as well as walkers, bikers and hang gliders! Also has a mini book library and a quiz on a Wednesday.

    • Whitworth Vale & Healey Band Club 498 Market Street Whitworth OL12 8QW Telephone(01706) 852484

      Popular local club, notable for being the home of the local brass band of the same name. The Club is part of a terrace on the main road through the town, with the regular 464 bus service passing by the door. It is quite spacious despite the low ceiling. There is an outside seating area. Winner of local and regional club of the year awards. Guest beers selected from Wishbone, Pictish, Vocation and Elland.

  • Wilpshire
    • Wilpshire Golf Club 72 Whalley Road Wilpshire BB1 9LF Telephone(01254) 248260

      Established in 1890 making it the oldest Golf Club in East Lancashire.

    • Wilpshire Hotel 7 Whalley Road Wilpshire BB1 9LQ Telephone(01254) 248415

      Large comfortable local that can be busy at weekends. Pool room.

  • Wiswell
    • Freemasons 8 Vicarage Fold Wiswell BB7 9DF Telephone(01254) 822218

      Fabulous food served in an elegant and relaxed rural setting. The inn is located in the 'chocolate box' village of Wiswell near Clitheroe in the picturesque Ribble Valley.

  • Worsthorne
    • Bay Horse Inn 17 Church Square Worsthorne BB10 3NH Telephone(01282) 545060

      This large pub overlooking the village square has a comfortable lounge with games room off to one side.

    • Crooked Billet 1-3 Smith Street Worsthorne BB10 3NQ Telephone07766 230175

      An award-winning true free house, this well presented village pub has a beautiful wood and glass horseshoe bar serving both the main lounge area and snug. Guest beers are mainly from regional microbreweries. Quiz nights are popular as are Thai nights and soul nights. This pub is dog friendly and has a large covered outdoor drinking area where you can enjoy the flower bedecked exterior.

    • Worsthorne Social Club 1 Clegg Street Worsthorne BB10 3PY Telephone(01282) 428707

      Friendly club on two floors in picturesque village

  • Worston
    • Calf's Head West Lane Worston BB7 1QA Telephone(01200) 441218

      Large Victorian building on the main street in this quiet village just off the A59. Busy with families, walkers& cyclists on sunny days. The large beer garden area, with seats and tables, offers superb views up to Pendle Hill. Good quality food is served in either a large dining area, attractive conservatory or outside in the summer months and quizzes are held on a regular basis. The quiet drinking area opposite the bar features a real fire.

  • York
    • Lord Nelson Whalley Old Road York BB6 8DU Telephone(01254) 246666

      A lovely welcoming country pub serving homemade food with three en-suite deluxe double rooms.