A classic, country inn with rooms is proudly presenting a new menu that reflects the pub’s traditional roots. Photography: Kirsten Platt

With a new chef and a new menu, the Lord Nelson is all set to welcome diners to this popular pub that features traditional, home-cooked food and premium cask marque ale.

On the new menu will be wholesome country pub cuisine presented by chef Anthony Eccles, who has revised some of the popular classics and introduced new dishes to the menu.

Diners can expect to see among the starters, black pudding and Lancashire cheese croquettes and delicious brie bonbons served with honey-roasted tomato chutney.

The main courses on the menu reflect the pub’s traditional roots, and classics include a roast with all the trimmings served on Sundays, beer battered haddock with chips and mushy peas along with an ultimately traditional mixed grill served with a Diane or peppercorn sauce.

“We’re not posh nosh here,” says landlord Darren Wilkinson, who runs the pub with wife Angela. “We serve traditional, home-cooked food using locally sourced ingredients.”

The pub, which has three en-suite B&B rooms and a heated outdoor area with seating and a TV, is dog-friendly and is compliant with all current restrictions so guests can be assured of an ultimately safe and enjoyable experience.

The Lord Nelson
Whalley Old Road, York Village, Langho BB6 8DU
01254 246666



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