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Weekend breaks in the Ribble Valley

Special deal for members

Our Spring Bed and Breakfast offer at St Michael’s Lodge in Lancashire is proving very popular with members. Thanks to our unique partnership with the North West Benevolent we have more dates available for members to book.

Set in the beautiful Ribble Valley in Lancashire, St Michael’s is now open at weekends for members to experience the friendliness, fine food and hospitality of the North.


Last chance to enjoy our Spring Offer for the month of May

The following dates are available for members to enjoy a two-night break, Friday and Saturday night, in the newly refurbished rooms. The ensuite rooms have been thoughtfully decorated and include TV and Mini Fridge.

Offer price:

Superior Room £120.00

Standard Room £100.00

Superior Room Standard Room
Friday 6th /Saturday 7th May 1 room available 4 rooms available
Friday 13th /Saturday 14th May 4 rooms available 10 rooms available
Friday 20th /Saturday 21st May 5 rooms available 10 rooms available
Friday 27th /Saturday 28th May 2 rooms available 6 rooms available

Prices are based on two adults sharing, sorry no children or dogs and include bed, breakfast and full use of St Michael’s impressive swimming pool, sauna, gym, outside hot tub and games room.

Bookings are now being taken, please email your competed booking form to

Local events that are well worth a visit, include:

12-14 May – Home ~ Clitheroe Beer Festival runs from 12-14 May 2022

22nd 23rd & 24th July  Royal Lancashire Agricultural Show 2022 (

30 July 2022 Clitheroe Food Festival

Bookings in June will be at the Lodge’s full price accommodation:

Large Superior Room £160.00

Small Superior Room £140.00

Standard Room £120.00

Click here for booking form

Bookings are now being taken, please email your competed booking form to

Prices are based on two adults sharing (sorry no children or dogs allowed) and include bed, breakfast and full use of St Michael’s impressive swimming pool, sauna, gym, outside hot tub and games room.



Superb eateries nearby

After a hearty breakfast, a few lengths of the pool and perhaps a stroll through the picturesque Ribble Valley you will be keen to find somewhere good to eat. The pretty town of Whalley is a short distance away with its great pubs, bars and restaurants, including King Street Kitchen, award winning Breda Murphy, to possibly sample her infamous fish pie or the homely Aspinall Arms, with its deep arm chairs and open fires.

If you fancy something a little more up market, then the luxury Lancashire Hotel and Michelin Star Restaurant, Northcote may appeal. Lisa Goodwin-Allen is the executive chef and offers an outstanding dining experience. Lisa has just launched her new seasonal 5-course gourmet menu showcasing the very best in local northern produce.

Things to do

The historic market town of Clitheroe is 6.5 miles away and offers a plethora of specialist shops including the Award-winning Byrnes Wine Shop, famous for its amazing underground cellar packed with unusual vintages from around the world.

The Bowland Food Hall is a must for foodie lovers and is bursting with the best of Lancashire’s food and drink producers.

You may wish to meander around Clitheroe market, which has been running since the Norman conquest in the mid-12th century! It offers a wide range of goods at a bargain price.

There is also an Everyman cinema showing the very latest film releases.


As well as good food, small pretty villages and rolling countryside, the Ribble Valley offers an abundance of trails, scenic walks, historic buildings and cycle routes.

A selection of our best walks include:

  • The Tolkien Trail.
  • Ribble Valley Sculpture Trail.
  • Chipping to Parlick Pike.
  • Walk up Pendle Hill from the Nick of Pendle.
  • Circle the Stocks Reservoir.
  • Bolton-by-Bowland Walk.
  • Dunsop Bridge to Chipping.

‘Walks with taste’ offer great circular walks with a refreshment stop at impressive gastropubs or quaint country inns.

You’ll find plenty of information about local attractions, historic places to visit, great eateries and quirky shops in your room at St Michael’s Lodge or simply ask the friendly reception staff, who will be only too happy to help.




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