17. Some in riverside annexe, 1 suitable for disabled, 2 lodges in grounds.
All year except Christmas Day.
Bar, restaurant, delicatessen, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), riverside terrace, garden, parking.
In public areas.
All ages welcomed.
Per room B&B single from £90, double £125–£230.
Good Hotel Guide Review
On the banks of the River Wyre, Julie and Patrick Beaumé’s refurbished 17th-century coaching inn surprises with its voguish bedrooms and imaginative, French-inflected cooking. Locals and visitors eat informally in the convivial bar (with its roster of regional cask ales and its own brew, it’s also a happy spot for beer lovers). In the restaurant, seasonal Lancashire produce is showcased on the menu and the daily specials board. Each of the eclectically styled bedrooms is different: some have a Juliet balcony with river views; a penthouse suite takes in a panorama of the Bowland Fells. Two uber-modern studio lodges overlooking the water were added in 2017. Don’t leave without calling in at the deli, TOTI, for sweet and savoury takeaway treats from the inn’s kitchen.