This historic grade II listed village pub boasts stunning views of Pendle Hill and is the perfect place to stay, eat and drink.
Winner of numerous dining awards including The Great British Pub Awards Best Food Pub North West 2013, The Good Pub Guide County Dining Pub of the Year 2014 and the Lancashire Tourism Awards Tourism Pub Award 2013, the Assheton Arms is the perfect foodie destination.
The daily changing specials showcase the finest seasonal ingredients and sensational seafood direct from industry food hero Chris Neve. From creative world dishes, to traditional pub classics, diners are guaranteed a truly great experience.
The Assheton Arms is an historic Grade II listed village pub, located in the untouched conservation village of Downham near Clitheroe. Boasting spectacular views across the Ribble Valley to the legendary Pendle Hill, this area of outstanding natural beauty is ideal for those wanting to take in the breath-taking views. For the more adventurous who want to experience the great outdoors, walking, cycling, fishing and bird spotting are all commonplace across the region, meaning there’s plenty to see and do for all.
All of the 12 stunning bedrooms, suites and cottages are bursting with character and each has its very own unique feature; whether a luxury wet room and roll top bath, original character features of exposed beams and stone, a beautiful garden or the best view in the Ribble Valley.
All bedrooms are equipped with:
* Luxury Egyptian cotton bed linen
* Orla Kiely toiletries
* Complimentary mineral water
* Tea and coffee making facilities, including a selection of teas such as Great Rift, Earl Grey and Chamomile from Birchalls Tea Service.
* Flat screen TVs with freeview
* Free Wi-Fi
* Fresh milk, an iron and ironing board are available on request
* We also have a number of dog friendly rooms available
The Assheton Arms is located conveniently only 10 minutes away from the A59; use this route to visit locations such as the Ribble Valley, Preston or the Yorkshire Dales.
The pub is only 20 minutes away from the start of the M65 motorway, meaning you can easily access the M6, and travel to and from destinations such as the Lake District, Manchester, or East Lancashire.
If you’re looking for places to visit in the local area, there’s Pendle Hill, Clitheroe Castle, The Tolkein Trail and Bowland Wild Boar Park all nearby. Or why not travel a little further to Pendleton,