Ribble Valley Inns

Five unique venues in the North West

Ribble Valley Inns was established in 1994 and the group now consists of five unique venue covering an area from Cumbria in the North to the heart of the Cheshire countryside.  They all have the same very simple philosophy; to champion the freshest, local, seasonal produce sourced from the pick of artisan suppliers and create menus inspired by tradition but served with a contemporary twist.

The Three Fishes, Near Whalley

The Three Fishes was the first born of the Ribble Valley Inns and is situated in the rural hamlet of Mitton, on the outskirts of Whalley.

The Clog & Billycock, Pleasington

The Clog & Billycock is situated just a short drive from Blackburn in Pleasington, one of the most picturesque areas of Lancashire.

The Bull at Broughton

Just a short drive from Skipton, on the A59, you’ll find The Bull at Broughton, one of Yorkshire’s landmark pubs.

The Highwayman, Burrow

The Highwayman opened in 2007, the second of the Ribble Valley Inns. Located in Burrow near Kirkby Lonsdale in Cumbria.

The Nag’s Head, Near Tarporley

The Nag’s Head is the lates addition to the Ribble Valley stable, situated in the picturesque hamlet of Haughton Moss near Tarporley in Cheshire.