We stayed her for our 30th Wedding Anniversary. We chose room 5 overlooking the river and it was very comfortable and with great views. Staff were helpful and accomodating. We would recommend to friends and stay here again.
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We had a last minute chance for a night away and having chosen the spread eagle, we were really looking forward to the A la carte menu in the restaurant. Although not a vast choice there was certainly something to suit everyone and we chose...More
We spotted the Spread Eagle as we were sightseeing on our recent trip to Clitheroe and the Ribble Valley and thought it looked like a good place to eat. We booked a table for dinner and we were not disappointed. The menu was not enormous,...More
The lady ordered the fish + chips which she enjoyed but for me if there's a finer steak pie in the Ribble Valley for £9.95 id love to hear about it . I did consider seriously when i was told what pie of the day...More
Just back from an overnight stay! Thoroughly enjoyed it! The staff were all polite, welcoming and efficient! Our room was beautiful with views of the river, really comfortable bed and a bathroom with separate shower...a nice change from the usual shower over the bath! A...More
After visiting the sister restaurant the Mason's Arms at Cartmel fell a few weeks ago we where expecting great things. So we gave it a try last Wednesday, late afternoon. Walked in and sat down, we where ignored for about 10 minutes so got up...More
Beautiful little pub in the heart of the countryside, just opposite the abbey. Wonderful beer garden and great ale! Unfortunately the restaurant was fully booked so we couldn't sample to food but hopefully we will be able to on our next visit.
My wife and I decided as part of our Golden wedding celebration to have a special treat at the spread eagle in Sawley with two of our friends for the night .We were met by very friendly young staff who helped us to our rooms...More
Went to see Dan Browns Inferno at the Spread Eagle in Sawley near Clitheroe on Lancashire. They do a dine and Cinema night about once a month, we visited the place a couple of months ago and booked for this film as we had wanted...More