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The Inn at Whitewell is a well-kept secret in a gorgeous setting amid the misty moors and rolling fells of the Forest of Bowland. Sitting on the banks of the River Hodder; the views down the valley
are spectacular from almost every room. The welcome is as warm. Huge fires blaze in ornate iron grates, there are polished flagstones & grainy oak furniture, Dandy & the Beano in the paper
rack alongside Lancashire Life, & black dogs wandering around. The restaurant splits into several bar areas, the blackboard menu offering daily specials of simply cooked local produce: smoked
fillet of trout with beetroot salad & horseradish relish is earthy but sweet, & roast breast of Goosnargh duckling with bubble & squeak, black pudding sausage & red wine jus
delicious & substantial. The puddings change every day, with deep, rich, melt-in-the-mouth treacle tart delivering on the blackboard’s promise of ‘nursery-like’ treats.
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Ms/Mrs. Olga D
We have fallen in love with this Inn, very warm welcome upon arrival and dedicated staff who could not do enough for us. Dog friendly in all the gorgeous rooms that are very tastefully decorated, we stayed in the suite (room 6) and the views were magnificent... The Inn has its very own walking guide you can grab from reception, very helpful so we didn’t get lost. We ate in the bar that evening and because they have their own vintners on site the selection of wines was endless... I thought I was in heaven with such good food and wine!! Very relaxed and cosy atmosphere, will most certainly be returning again very very soon.
Regards,O C Duckworth
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