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The Shireburn Arms, Clitheroe, Lancashire

Dating back to the 17th century, this historic inn with rooms sees original features rub shoulders with contemporary design. The Shireburn Arms in Clitheroe, Lancashire, takes pride of place in Hurst Green, a fabulous starting point for the Tolkien Trail in the Forest of Bowland.


Stay at this stylish country inn for only £50 including breakfast the following morning when you spend £50 in their infamously delicious restaurant during your stay! View offer

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The Shireburn Arms, Clitheroe, Lancashire

Whalley Road, Hurst Green, Clitheroe, Lancashire, BB7 9QJ, 01254 826 678, Visit Website

As well as showcasing the region’s finest produce on a menu that will have you salivating in anticipation, it boasts atmospheric, cosy spaces warmed by open log fires, perfect for returning to after a scenic walk in the Ribble Valley on a frosty day.

In the warmer months, from the garden, you can immerse yourself in views that would melt any heart. And your pooch is sure to love the outdoor space too at this dog friendly pub.

Each of the 18 rooms has unique features, from roll top bath and four poster bed, to chunky beams and sash windows – successfully blending old with new.

  • 18 rooms
  • Parking
  • Dog friendly
  • Family friendly
  • Roll top baths
  • Log fires
  • Four poster beds
  • Traditional menu
  • Walking trails
  • Located in the Ribble Valley
  • Real ales
  • Live music
  • Licensed for civil cermonies
From £95

The local area

Hurst green has become synonymous with the Tolkien Trail, a 5.5 mile circular walk that has put this pretty village on the map. Home to the magnificent Stonyhurst College, where JRR Tolkien was once old boy, the area has been said to have inspired his creation of Hobbiton. As you walk in the footsteps of the famous author, you will soon come to understand why Stonyhurst has become a popular film location. The boundless landscape of the Ribble Valley lends itself, not only to walking, but it is home to the Lancashire Cycleway, and reservoirs and lakes for fly fishing. Clitheroe is a bustling market town just 5.5 miles from the Shireburn Arms and plays host to many independent shops, a Norman castle, gardens and pavement cafes.


  • Dogs are allowed to stay in some rooms for a supplement of £10 per night
  • Dogs are allowed in some areas of the pub
  • Wedding fairs are held here throughout the year
  • Bridal suite available


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