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Eaves Hall Country Hotel
Eaves Hall Lane
West Bradford

Clitheroe
Lancashire

BB7 3JG | View map
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Eaves Hall is the archetypal country house hotel dream come true. You can't help but be entranced as you sweep through its ornate entrance gates, pass the attractive gatehouse and wend your way up the sweeping drive surrounded by landscaped gardens to the Georgian-styled entrance.

The estate, comprising 13 acres of landscaped gardens and countryside, is set in the heart of Lancashire's Ribble Valley, surrounded by rolling, verdant hills dominated by Pendle Hill, famous for its 16th Century Witch Trials.

Eaves Hall offers a perfect place to relax and get away from it all. Within the grounds you can enjoy Crown Bowls, a pitch and putt course, a game of tennis and indoors there is a snooker room complete with a traditional snooker table that resembles a small football pitch in size! For groups outdoor sports like archery and laser clay pigeon shooting can be arranged. Eaves Hall also owns a stretch of private fishing rights on the River Ribble to be enjoyed by guests who are keen anglers.

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Ratings/Awards: 3 Stars
Number of Rooms: 34
Number Ensuite: 34
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