Well, that’s not the news we were hoping for. Following the Government’s announcement, we find ourselves in ‘Tier 3’, which means we will have to wait a little longer until we can open our doors again. We were desperately hoping this wouldn’t be the case.
The tiers are due to be reviewed on the 16th December, so we’re keeping everything crossed for some positive news then but sadly, we won’t be able to honour any bookings that have already been made between now and the 16th December.
In these tricky times, your messages of support have meant the world to us, so thank you. We’ll keep in touch with any news but in the meantime, please take care and keep everything crossed that we’ll be able to welcome you back to the pub again in a few weeks.
The Aspinall Arms is found right in the heart of the Ribble Valley, and sits on the banks of the river overlooking the medieval All Hallows church and the 14th century Great Mitton Hall on the raised bluff opposite.
With terraced and landscaped gardens outside, and flagged floors and open fires inside, it's just the pub for walkers, cyclists and anglers to mingle and dine alongside the friendly locals.
Our passion lies in finding quality fresh ingredients and preparing, cooking and presenting them in a modern but unpretentious way. Our menus have a spine of classic British dishes complemented by more exotic influences from other parts of the world. We upload them to our web site each day before 12 noon so that you may peruse them at your leisure.
Thanks to our customers recommending us, you'll find us in the:
2020 Good Pub Guide
- Good Pub Guide2016, 2017, 2018, 2019
- Lancashire Tourism Awards: Tourism Pub of the Year - Finalist2016
AllTrails have kindly created a circular walk from the pub to help you work up that thirst/appetite. You can view the walk details via any of the routes below. (varying levels of tech savyness required -Ed)
The Aspinall Arms and Ribble Valley an AllTrails walk