The Cartford Inn

Historic Inn in Eccleston, Lancashire

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Cartford Lane Little Eccleston

The Cartford Inn, Eccleston

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The Cartford Inn is a 17th century coaching inn nestling on the banks of the River Wyre on Lancashires Fylde Coast. Newly refurbished in 2007 the Cartford combines traditional features with contemporary style. As a result of extensive refurbishment we have achieved a unique ambience where a warm welcome is always assured.

An open wood fire welcomes guests in the bar lounge area where you will find several cosy corners where guests can enjoy a quiet drink. Food, from an informal snack to a three-course meal, is served throughout the lounge, alcoves and games room (where dominos, cards, chess, backgammon and other board games are available). Alternatively the same menu is available in our first floor restaurant Mushrooms for those seeking a more traditional dining experience.We have also created a charming beer garden overlooking the river Wyre with stunning views of the surrounding countryside with Beacon Fell and the Trough of Bowland as a backdrop.Although in the heart of the Fylde Coast countryside the Cartford is less than ten minutes from the M55 Junction 3 and equal distance from nearby Blackpool.We hope that, like us, you will be captivated by our idyllic setting and be seduced by the charm and ambience of what we believe is a unique venue.We look forward to greeting you!Patrick and Julie

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