Clitheroe is a civil parish and a stunning town located in the Borough of Ribble Valley in Lancashire, England. It offers a wide range of attractions and accommodations suited to fit your budget and preferences. The town is often used as a base for tourists who wish to explore Lancashire’s Forest of Bowland due to its proximity to the area.
The Clitheroe Castle is the town’s most notable building and is said to be the smallest Norman keeps in England. The castle is now home to a museum that tells the colourful history of Clitheroe and its surrounding area – its people, the legends and folklore, as well as formation of the land that dates back to 350 million years ago. Clitheroe Castle also holds a 16-acre wide landscaped gardens which include a playground, Skate Park and the county’s first Labyrinth.
England’s best inland courses can be found in Clitheroe and one of them is the Clitheroe Golf Club. Sporting fans may enjoy its different amenities or simply relax with its scenic views from all sides. It is a parkland course with water hazards paired with refreshing views of Waddington and Longridge Fells as the background.
Clitheroe is also home to a number of specialty shops. One of them is the award-winning Byrnes Wine Shop which became famous because of its enormous underground cellar holding one of a kind vintages from around the world. You can visit this beautiful town anytime and easily through its public transport links via Clitheroe Interchange and hourly train schedules.