Almost more well-known as a restaurant, than a hotel, these days - this is a very comfortable place to stay either after your meal - or as a base for an extended visit.
The atmosphere is almost 'olde worlde' with beams, oak panelling and roaring log fires in winter and on chilly evenings. There are spacious lounges which are attractively decorated and furnished with good antiques, bric-a-brac and colourful fabrics.
Bedrooms vary from modern to old-fashioned (with Victorian tiles and cast iron tubs); but all both spacious and comfortable - many having views over the Ribble Valley. Some have comfortable sitting areas with deep sofas, some study areas; a couple of ground-floor rooms have their own private terrace.
All have en-suite modern bathrooms - a few with walk-in shower 'rooms'. There are some interconnecting rooms, ideal for families; while children under 3 can stay free in their parents room (cots can be provided, without charge).
Service is of a high standard; and both breakfast (with delicious local ingredients) and afternoon tea (if you are tempted) are real treats.
Nearby: Fishing; Golf; Shooting; Walking
Restaurant - Northcote Manor Hotel
This country house hotels dining room is light and airy, and has good views towards Bleasedale Fell. The cooking standards are high, and the menu full of interest.
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- Pleasantly Situated
- Dogs by Arrangement
- Free Parking
- Ideal for Families
- Number of rooms: 14
- Rooms, ensuite: 14
- Price (single room): from £220
- Price (double room): from £255 to £280
- Prices include breakfast
- Room Service: All Day
- Mini Bar
- DVD Facilities
- Banqueting, sit down, max: 36
- Conference, Theatre-style, max: 36
- Licensed for Civil Weddings