There's plenty to do in the area, you could make a day of it and visit a local attraction before or after you come to see us.
Malham Tarn Estate
Waterhouses, Settle, North Yorkshire, BD24 9PT
Tel: 01729 830 416 | www.nationaltrust.org.uk/malham-tarn-estate/
Open all day.
A popular dales beauty spot, rolling hills and rugged moorland
From the Aspinall Arms - about 28 miles to/from Malham Tarn Estate.
Near Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire, HX7 7AP
Tel: 01422 844 518 | www.nationaltrust.org.uk/hardcastle-crags/
Open all day.
beautiful wooded valley with 19th century Gibson Mill at its heart
From the Aspinall Arms - about 30 miles to/from Hardcastle craggs.
Lancshire, BB7 4LG
Tel: 0870 333 1181 | www.english-heritage.org.uk/daysout/properties/sawley-abbey/
Open 10am-5pm every day.
The remains of a Cistercian abbey founded in 1148, set on the banks of the Ribble against a backdrop of dramatic hills.ÃŠ
From the Aspinall Arms - about 9 miles to/from Sawley Abbey.
Pendle Heritage Centre
Park Hill, Barrowford, Nelson, Lancashire, BB9 6JQ.
Tel: 01282 677 150 | www.visitlancashire.com/things-to-do/pendle-heritage-centre-p7135
The Pendle Heritage Centre is open daily and includes a Garden Tearoom, 18th Century Walled Garden, Cruck Frame Barn, a Parlour shop, Tourist Information Centre, Pendle Arts Gallery and a Conference Centre.
From the Aspinall Arms - about 16 miles to/from Pendle Heritage Centre.
Castle Hill, Clitheroe, Lancashire, BB7 1BA.
Tel: 01200 424 568 | new.lancashire.gov.uk/leisure-and-culture/museums/clitheroe-castle-museum.aspx
Open 11am to 4pm.
The museum stands high on Castle Hill, in the shadow of the Castle Keep, an image which has dominated Clitheroe's skyline for over 800 years.
From the Aspinall Arms - about 4 miles to/from Clitheroe castle.
Pendle ski club
Pendle Ski Club, Clitheroe Road, Sabden, Clitheroe, Lancashire, BB7 9HN.
Tel: 01200 425 222 | www.pendleskiclub.org/
Lessons by appointment, please get in touch.
Pendle is a slope built on sound investment. Member owned, and run completely by volunteers, every penny earned is re-invested back into the infrastructure. That's why we are proud to boast that we have one of the best "dry" surfaces in the country.
From the Aspinall Arms - about 6 miles to/from Pendle ski club.
Queen St Mill Textile Museum
Tel: 01282 412 555 | Textile Museum website
Open 12noon to 5pm. Closed Sundays.
Queen Street Mill is a unique survivor of the textile industry. The Mill represents the last commercial steam powered textile weaving mill in the world.
From the Aspinall Arms - about 14 miles to/from Queen St Mill Textile Museum.
Wycoller Country Park
Pepper Hill Barn Study Centre, Trawden, Colne, Lancashire, BB8 8SY.
Tel: 01282 870 253 | www.visitpendle.com
Open all day.
Wycoller Country Park is one of the prettiest Country Parks in Lancashire. The area is famous for its association with the Brontë sisters who referred to many of the nearby landmarks in books such as "Wuthering Heights" and "Jane Eyre".
From the Aspinall Arms - about 24 miles to/from Wycoller Country Park.
The Watershed Mill
Langcliffe Rd, Settle, North Yorkshire, BD24 9LR.
Tel: 01729 825 539 | www.watershedmill.co.uk/
Open Monday to Saturday, 10am to 5pm and Sunday from 11am to 5pm.
Located in the market town of Settle, the Watershed Mill is set in the beautiful surroundings of the Yorkshire Dales and is only 5 minutes walk from the famous Settle to Carlisle Railway.
From the Aspinall Arms - about 25 miles to/from The Watershed Mill.
Whalley Abbey, The Sands, Whalley, Clitheroe, Lancashire, BB7 9SS.
Tel: 01254 828 400 | www.whalleyabbey.org
Grounds open daily.
The Cistercian Abbey of Stanlow, in Cheshire, moved to Whalley in 1296. The Church was built between 1330 and 1380, but the Abbot's lodging and Infirmary were not completed until c. 1440.
From the Aspinall Arms - about 2 miles to/from Whalley abbey.
Keeping everyone safe amidst the Coronavirus pandemic
We have put some changes in place in order to keep everyone as safe as possible and so have moved our information section into a new page.Click here for details of the changes we've made
We can now welcome those from 2 households or groups of up to 6 people from mixed households (including children), to enjoy some alfresco eating and drinking. We do have outside areas that can be booked online between April 12th and May 17th or alternatively, we are keeping some tables aside should you just want to pop down and enjoy a drink or a bite to eat without a booking.
Whilst we are obviously all keeping everything crossed for good weather, it’s best to come prepared for every eventuality, so wrap up warm, bring a blanket and perhaps even an umbrella, just in case. If the heavens do open, we’re really sorry but we won’t be able to allow you to shelter inside the pub.
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We’re having a little hiatus on redeeming meal tickets just whilst we’re trading outside – as soon as we are open inside the pub, we’ll be back to normal, redeeming them again. We hope you understand.
A Meal Ticket is received for each main course or light bite purchased at full price. Six tickets can then be exchanged for any main course up to £12 from Monday to Thursday (excluding Bank Holidays, set menus, ticketed events and click and collect). For full terms and conditions, please click here.
Expiry date extension: As it was not possible to redeem Meal Tickets throughout a lot of 2020, tickets with a November 2020 expiry date will be accepted from when we are able to open inside once again up until November 18th, 2021.