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The Ridges - Bed & Breakfast in Lancashire

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Weavers Brow, Limbrick, Chorley, PR6 9EB, Lancashire
England, United Kingdom

John & Barbara Barlow

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+44 (0)1257 279981(landline)

Just what you need after a day’s walking the West Penine Moors - traditional B&B, comfy rooms and a warm welcome from John and Barbara

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John and Barbara look after you in a lovely old mill-owner’s house built in the 1700s. Traditional bedrooms have pale colours, flowery fabrics, patterned walls and wrought-iron beds; breakfast is in a cosy room overlooking the garden, with a log-burner for chilly mornings. Both garden and welcome will delight you. The story of the garden starts in the 1970s when Barbara used to help her mother with their garden centre. The more she learned, the more her interest grew: by the time her children had grown and flown she was hooked and began restoring and developing. The old apple trees lining the path were pruned, but not much else is recognisable now; instead, dense cottage garden planting demonstrates Barbara’s eye for combinations of colour, form and foliage. This shelter protects tender plants and is a lovely setting for a Victorian-style glass house used for entertaining. In a natural looking stream garden damp-loving plants such as rodgersia and gunnera grow down towards a pool, while a ‘Paul’s Himalayan Musk’ runs rampant over trellis and trees. Let Barbara take you on a tour: the history is fascinating.


Features
Children welcome
Suitable for guests with children aged 3 and over.
No smoking
Smoking not permitted anywhere in the property.
WiFi
Wireless internet access available.
Pets welcome
Please let the owner know if you want to bring pets.
Public transport
Within 10 miles of a bus/train station.
Owner has pets
Animals living on the property.
Babies welcome
Suitable for guests with a baby or toddler under 3.
Garden
Grounds for guests to explore.

Local points of interest from John & Barbara Barlow:

Local points of interest from
John & Barbara Barlow:

  • Close to the West Penine Moors with 4 large reservoirs , known as 'The Lancashire Lake District' and very popular with walkers.
  • Astley Hall and Park are nearby. A beautifully mainrained Elizabethan house where Oliver Cromwell stayed.
  • Hoghton Tower and gardens is just a short drive away. This wonderfully preserved castle has been inhabited by the De Hoghton family since Norman times and is where King James 1 famously knighted the loin of beef.
  • At The Ridges we have lots of books of long and short circular walks in the beautiful countryside which surrounds our home.
Points of interest

Guest feedback
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"Our second visit - another warm welcome - relaxed atmosphere - vey pleasant surroundings - super breakfast - comfortable beds (we were in the twin room) - and lovely dog Nell. Oh - and a very good & reasonable dinner at the nearby Black Horse, Limbrick"

Peter - Bingham, United Kingdom

August 2017
"We spent three nights in this lovely B&B and John and Barabara could not have been more helpful. They always went the extra mile to make sure we would find somewhere for a good meal, had everything we needed in our comfortable room and even moved a bed from a different one to accommodate my very tall husband! Despite the fact that their wonderful garden was open to the public that week they still made time to give us advice on where to go and marked up a map for us to take away in case we wanted to come back and walk another time. A great find in a beautiful county."

Penny

June 2015
"Just as described & what a super garden! Lovely welcome and we were very well looked after during our 2 night stay – and our dog got on well with the lovely Nell. Recommend with confidence. Hope to visit again "
April 2014
"Just returned from wonderful 3 nights at The Ridges. We were made so welcome and the accommodation is excellent.,of course the gardens are a crowning glory! To walk there before a hearty breakfast is a perfect start to the day."
July 2013
"The Ridges proved to be the perfect sanctuary after a long journey on the blisteringly hot and slow moving M5/M6. I arrived to a friendly welcome and was allowed to wander through the calm, sun filled, acres of magnificent gardens which were filled with, not only a riot of plants but accompanied by classical music and competing birdsong – I thought I had found paradise! "
June 2013
"My single room was very clean and comfortable and I was offered the exclusive use of the family bathroom next door which had a large bathtub and shower. I enjoyed a blissful night’s sleep. The breakfast was generous and tasty and I left refreshed and ready to face another long journey followed by a three day conference at a large city centre hotel, (which by comparison was so impersonal and noisy!). The Ridges experience was delightful and I highly recommend the establishment to all. In fact, all visitors to Britain should be shown directly there as it so quintessentially English. "
June 2013
"We stayed overnight on our way to Cumbria. Kindly Barbara and John couldn't have been more helpful and welcoming. The garden is lovely and the breakfast was perfect, home made jams simply delicious! Comfortable bed too - just right!"
June 2012

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Details

Accommodation:
  • 1 Single
  • , 2 Doubles
  • , 1 Twin/double
Price:(i) £50 to£90 per night

Singles £50.

Booking info:

Meals:(i)

Pub within walking distance.

Closed:

Christmas & New Year.

Address:

Weavers Brow, Limbrick, Chorley, PR6 9EB, Lancashire


Accommodation:(i)
B&B 1 Single room
Details
1 single sharing bath with 1 twin/double.
Price: (i) £ 50 to £ 55 per night
B&B 2 Double rooms
Price: (i) £ 85 to £ 90 per night
B&B 1 Twin/double room
Details
1 twin/double sharing bath with 1 single.
Price: (i) £ 80 to £ 80 per night

John & Barbara Barlow

Visit website

+44 (0)1257 279981(landline)