Type Pub B&B
From £90 per room per night
Situated at the foot of Pendle Hill, the Barley Mow is a pub that serves cracking food, great beer and is the perfect place to stay.
If you are looking for accommodation in Barley, the Barley Mow has six bedrooms, making it the perfect destination for a weekend in the Pendle countryside. Each bedroom is complete with flat screen TVs and free WiFi.
No overnight stay at the Barley Mow is complete without trying the breakfast of champions which includes a full Lancashire breakfast, minute steak and fried eggs or smoked salmon and scrambled eggs.
The pub has a hunt lodge style interior, open fires and cosy corners creating a welcoming atmosphere, ideal for family meals or drinks with friends. A covered outdoor area makes the Barley Mow the perfect location to refuel and rehydrate after a day exploring the Pendle countryside.
Executive chef Antony Shirley has developed a proper pub food menu of hearty dishes which are influenced by cuisine from across America and Europe. The menu focuses on grazing food and on-trend dishes, from sandwiches, burgers and salads to curries, tacos and stews. Complementing the food menu is a wide range of cask ales, world beers and award winning wines.
From walking to mountain biking, skiing on a dry ski slope to paragliding, the Pendle countryside offers a wide range of activities for everyone.
The Barley Mow is a short driving distance from Burnley and Clitheroe and has excellent links to the M65 and M6 motorways. It is ideally suited to families looking for a weekend break and for corporate clients visiting businesses in Burnley or Pendle. The Barley Mow is just 20 minutes from Burnley’s train stations. It is also close to Preston Train Station and only an hour from Liverpool, Leeds & Manchester airports. Our accommodation in Barley is close to Lomeshaye Industrial Estate in Nelson and Shuttleworth Mead Industrial Estate in Burnley.
Guests who are using the accommodation at the Barley Mow are asked to go the Bar where they can check in. Payment for accommodation is due on arrival.
For more information and to book please click the purple button which leads directly to their website.
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Barley Mow Special Offers
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By booking directly with this pub you will be getting the best possible room rates. Click the purple button which leads directly to their website to explore savings online. If telephoning please mention Stay in a Pub in your correspondence.Offer expires 30 April 2019, terms & conditions may apply.