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Clitheroe has got everything (except a Wetherspoon's) - lots of interesting independent shops and cafes, a fascinating castle, and paths radiating in all directions making it a wonderful walking centre. Public transport is good, too.
I like the diversity of clitheroe with plenty small independent shops, castle , brewery and lovely scenery. Home of Byrne's wine shop which must be one of the best in the country. Small market on Saturday with a few good food stalls.
we stopped at Clitheroe for lunch earlier this week and came across Byrne's 'off licence' although the description doesn't do them justice. My husband thought he had gone to heaven. I've never seen such a selection of drinks - wines, spirits etc. If you're looking...More
If you are visiting the beautiful town of Clitheroe in the Ribble Valley and you fancy a sandwich. Visit the sandwich shop opposite Clitheroe Castle ‘Megabites of Cumbria’. They have a wide selection of fresh food and bread that they make into the best sandwiches...More
We had a lovely afternoon visit to Clitheroe, and managed on street parking free for two hours, but in some places it’s only for one hour.
We enjoyed our walk along the main street, where there is a vast array of shops, pubs and coffee...More
Just walking through Clitheroe when it’s just going dark and with all the Christmas lights shining in all of the shops and on the Christmas trees above them are really nice. The crib at the castle gates and the Hugh Christmas tree looks very nice,...More
Visited on several occasions. Lovely town. easily accessible via car, bus or train. Plenty of pubs, restaurants and cafes to quench your thirst or feed your hunger pains. Plenty of bed and breakfast available. Loads of shops to brows in, you can get everything you...More
My wife and I went to Clitheroe for a long weekend in October. As we own a motorhome we stopped on the Camping and Caravan site on Edisford Road.
We didn’t know what to expect, but were pleasantly surprised to find a town that was...More
Clitheroe is a nice looking town with plenty to see and do. We stopped for one night and were able to sample a couple of the local pubs. The following day we were lucky that the Clitheroe Food Festival was underway and it was top...More