With magnificent views to Pendle Hill from tables on the paved patio, this old, hill-top stone inn deep in the Lancashire countryside is a real find. The rambling interior has some fine panelling, real fires and stone floors, whilst chic accommodation and extensive dining facilities mean it's popular for weddings. Reliable beers from Moorhouse's slake the thirst after a decent stroll. The wide-ranging contemporary menu covers most bases, from starters like king scallops Benedict; or turkey spring rolls via mains of pies, puddings, pasta and risotto dishes to the butcher’s selection choices of horseradish sirloin of beef with Yorkshire pudding; or smoked garlic and red wine sausages and mash. Jam roly poly with custard is a filling final fling.