Address:

The Dog Inn
35 King Street
Whalley
Lancashire
BB7 9SP.
(01254) 823009.


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The Dog Inn  

In the centre of the village of Whalley, not too far from the Abbey. This building was originally a stables, but has extended itself into adjoining buildings and is now a large pub. The different area of the pub all have one theme, though there are different pictures massed together. The room to the left of the entrance has a lot of fishing memorabilia around the walls including rods. The seating is at a mixture of round and square tables with bench seating and chairs, though there are some stools. Carpet is dark throughout. The pub slopes down to the rear and involves a step. Access for the disabled is OK, though only to the top end of the pub. There is space in front of the bar for a wheelchair, though on busy nights - weekend - this space can get limited. The beers on at the time - apart from the usual nitro suspects - come from micro-breweries. Usually they rotate breweries rather than beers. So expect two or three beers on from one brewery for a month. These are well kept, and will be served without the sparkler if requested (though you get some raised eyebrows). The bar is quite long but there are stools at it, which can limit the serving space when busy. Food is served here at lunchtimes and evenings and is filling and wholesome. Prices are good and there is a vegetarian choice. They also serve tea and coffee. No accommodation here but see below. Close to the railway station for easy access, there is plenty of walking to be had in the vicinity.


 

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Beers:

Copper Dragon Scott 1815
Copper Dragon Best Bitter
 


 

Accommodation: 

The Swan Hotel
62 King Street
Whalley
Lancashire
BB7 9SN
(01254) 822195


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