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The Three Fishes
Mitton Road
Mitton
Nr Whalley
Lancashire
BB7 9PQ
01254 826888
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The Three Fishes  

Originally founded at least 400 years ago; it has always been a place of refreshment on the old road between the 16th century Bridge at Lower Hodder and the old ferry at Mitton. After many years of neglect the Three Fishes is back.

The Three fishes is a no smoking pub, serving the finest cask ales, ciders, carefully selected wines, and a range of soft drinks. They also offer the opportunity to bring your own wine to enjoy for a service charge of 10 per bottle.

The menu at the Three Fishes has embraced the flavours of regional cookery and British classics. Nigel Haworth has inspired the brigade at The Three Fishes to create these dishes with passion incorporating the finest produce of Lancashire and the North West.

The Three Fishes will welcome you with roaring log fires, where a team of hand picked professionals will create a warm and friendly environment which will ensure a memorable experience.


 

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beer, food, beer garden, real fire, no smoking, kids, car park, real cider, vegetarian 

 

©Beerguide 2017

Beers:

Thwaites ales
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Accommodation: 

Alden Cottage
Peter & Brenda Carpenter,
Kemple End,
Birdy Brow,
Stonyhurst,
BB7 9QY
01254 826468
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E-mail carpenter@aldencottage.f9.co.uk


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