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The Inn at Whitewell, Whitewell - pub details

Address: Forest of Bowland, Whitewell, Dunsop Bridge, Lancashire, BB7 3AT [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 3770) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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> Current user rating: 7.5/10 (rated by 8 users)
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Not often that a Black Sheep Best Bitter is anything less than superb but last Sunday afternoon's pint was only just better than average. The other handpulls were Moorhouse's Blonde Witch, Tirril Ullswater Blonde and Timothy Taylor Landlord. The pub itself is situated in a spectacular location overlooking the River Hodder but my impression was that it is not as grand as it once might have been. It's still worthy of a visit though.
paul_d102 - 30 Jul 2022 13:52
One of those places that tries to be all things - pub, hotel, restuarant, wedding venue, vintners - and pretty much succeeds spectacularly at all of them. It's also a good place just for a drink, and sitting on the back patio supping a pint of Bowland Hen Harrier overlooking the magnificent scenery, I could just about swallow the 3.30 I'd just been charged. One of the Ribble Valley's true destination venues.
surrey_northener - 16 Jun 2010 06:36
Great food if a little expensive, me and the dog enjoyed a great pint
beer_guzzler - 2 May 2008 13:34
have to say i was a little disappointed with the "pub" side of the inn - it doesn't really feel like a pub at all in places, more the small country hotel with bars attached, which i suppose it is these days.

i believe it has a had a bit of a makeover recently and the duck egg blue walls and spotlights don't do it any favours in my opinion. that said, it still has plenty going for it - well kept local ale (not cheap, mind), superb food, an unrivalled location and spectacular lancashire views to match. if you can afford to treat yourself to an overnight stay, you won't be disappointed.

maybe i'm being harsh, certainly i had high expectations of the place, but i had hoped for something a little cosier. well worth a visit though.
thelunaticfringe - 28 Sep 2006 15:01
I love it here, it's quirky and the setting is superb. Ales and food good and fine for prices charged (a little expensive for some perhaps....) always a place you can trust, but they do rest on their laurels a little with service.......
brenda - 20 Sep 2006 18:01

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