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j1464965327310_bayley_arms_logo Bayley Arms - Pub, Restaurant and Hotel

Set in the scenic village of Hurst Green on the historic Tolkien Trail – the Bayley Arms is a pub with great character and ambience set in beautiful surroundings

Offering a warm welcome to all with a second to none food menu, a great range of cask ales, fine wines, artisan coffees and teas – there is definitely something for everyone

As an establishment we source local produce to help support the community and to provide our customers with high quality food and drink. All our menus reflect our locally sourced products and are frequently updated to add variety

Not only is this country pub a great find for lunch or dinner ( and breakfast at weekends ) we are also the perfect setting for party celebrations being able to cater for groups both large and small. In addition we offer a suite of hotel guest bedrooms where you can unwind and relax and enjoy the hospitality of the Bayley Arms.

The Bayley Arms has a suite of 8 well appointed ensuite bedrooms which offer a comfortable home from home stay. Each room comes with an ensuite bathroom equipped with bath and shower, complimentary toiletries and white fluffy towels and heated towel rail.

The bedrooms are centrally heated with a flatscreen TV, tea and coffee making facilities and complimentary biscuits. There is also a hairdryer, trouser press and ironing facilities on request. We offer free wi-fi throughout the building

We aim to provide our guests with a warm and friendly welcome in beautiful surroundings with superb food and drinks available in our bar and dining areas. A games room is also available for guests wishing to play pool or board games.

We have the following rooms available at The Bayley Arms:

5 Double Rooms (Standard & Superior)
2 Triple Rooms (Double Bed plus a Single Bed)
1 Twin Room

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Hotel, Pub
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Location (Town)
Clitheroe
Location (County)
Lancashire
Post Code
BB7 9QB
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