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The Calf's Head is a stunning country inn, set in the heart of the Ribble Valley and located in the conservation village of Worston.

Boasting stunning views of Pendle Hill, large gardens outside and open fires, it’s the inn for families to get together, businesses to meet and for walkers and cyclists to mingle and dine. 12 en-suite bedrooms are available, so you can stay the night and really make the most of your visit.

The Calf’s Head is renowned for hearty portions of home cooked food of a very high standard. Choose from their extensive menu as well as a range of daily specials that always include one or more vegetarian options. They also have a dessert menu that is updated daily, covering many of your favorites. Meals are served in the ‘Glass House’, dining room or in the bar area. Weather permitting, lunch and dinner are also served on the decking over looking the stream and gardens or in the gardens itself.

The inn boasts 12 cosy en-suite bedrooms, perfect for an extended break in Lancashire. The rooms are fitted with all the little luxuries you could need including WiFi access, complementary toiletries, a flat screen TV, tea and coffee making facilities and fresh towels and linen. Some of the rooms include a jacuzzi bath and countryside views. 

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  • From £60 per room per night

The inn boasts 12 cosy en-suite bedrooms, perfect for an extended break in Lancashire. The rooms are fitted with all the little luxuries you could need including WiFi access, complementary toiletries, a flat screen TV, tea and coffee making facilities and fresh towels and linen. Some of the rooms include a jacuzzi bath and countryside views. The inn offers a range of double, triple, family and suite bedrooms.

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