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The Derby Arms
Chipping Road
Thornley
Longridge
Lancashire
01772 782 623


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The Derby Arms  

A short drive from junction 32 of the M6, the Derby Arms offers stunning views across Parlick and Beacon Fells at the start of the Trough of Bowland, once a royal hunting ground.

The chance to gaze upon some of Lancashire’s finest scenery is worth a stop-off in itself and you’ll savour it even more after sampling the Derby’s menu. It ranges from pub staples — steak, sausages, hotpots and steamed puddings — to the bizarre (Chinese new year was celebrated with spring roll filled with chicken livers, and haggis-filled won tons).

Run for 24 years by William Walme and his family, the Derby Arms has a great sense of humour, and its beers include Theakston and Black Sheep.


 

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Beers:

Theakston
Black Sheep.
 


 

Accommodation: 

2 Rose Cottage
Longsight Road
Clayton le Dale
Nr Mellor
Lancs
BB1 9EX
01254 813223
Email: bbrose.cott@talk21.com
URL: www.smoothhound.co.uk/hotels/rosecott.html
From: D:£25-26pp, S:£32-35


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