Take a Trip to the Valley
Holidays abroad remain unpredictable and potentially onerous this summer – so there can’t be a better time to visit the Ribble Valley than now
Famed for its fabulous food scene the valley has countless award-winning restaurants to choose from that will satisfy everyone’s appetite, budget and preferences. From Michelin star to pie and peas the guarantee is a warm welcome and satisfied customers across the board.
Many of our venues have improved their outdoor facilities to satisfy earlier restrictions and new wine bars and cask ale specialists have widened the opportunity to taste and enjoy all that’s on offer. Accommodation options have increased too from top level hotels through to luxury lodges, B&B’s, great pubs with rooms – even yurts and glamping. There’s so much choice to extend your stay across the mid-week or a weekend.
The great outdoors figures prominently in the activities on offer. Grab yourself an e-bike or follow the fabulous paths that reveal the beauty and history of the Ribble Valley. Our stately homes and museums are also open throughout summer to visit and in doing so support their restoration and future development. Key events such as the Royal Lancashire Show are supplemented by a number of smaller family and specialist events that celebrate Ribble Valley life.
As for the kids its unashamedly good old fashioned fun, from messing about in our streams and rivers to parks and play grounds – there are working farms and petting centres and plenty of family-centric places to eat and drink along the way. You could even find one of our award-winning ice cream makers for a special treat.
The market towns of Clitheroe, Whalley and Longridge have a great range of independent shops to explore and support with bustling high streets and hidden gems it’s a great way to spend an afternoon.
So whatever your reasons are to visit the Ribble Valley – we have it covered – come and have a look at what all the fuss is about and you’ll be made most welcome.