Ye Horns Inn

Historic Inn in Preston, Lancashire

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Horns Lane, Goosnargh

Ye Horns Inn, Preston

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A four star 17th Century inn, famous in the area for its food & top quality accommodation set in a converted barn. Friendly and professional service, ideally located for travelling in the local area.

Ye Horns Inn is a four star 17th Century inn, famous in the area for its food, sourced locally where possible from within Lancashire. Top quality accommodation set in a converted barn, and friendly but professional service. Ideally located for travelling in the local area and walkers, we are 1 ? miles from Beacon Sell Country Park and set in the Ribble Valley.

The Inn also provides a caravan park for tourers, an ideal stop over or a place to explore the nearby Trough of Bowland, only 5 miles away and can be taken up to Lancaster. Further afield we are 8 miles from Preston town centre, 10 from the M6 Junction 32 and 30 and 50 minutes drive from Blackpool and The Lake District respectively. Relax with a drink in our unique bar where you can actually sit behind the bar, or if the weather agrees, take in our gardens from the sunny outside patio area.

In colder times we also have real log fires to warm our guests. Ample free parking. All food freshly cooked and locally sourced where possible.

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