Waddow Hall

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Waddow Hall Waddington Road

Waddow Hall, Clitheroe

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Waddow Hall is a 17th-century manor house overlooking the river Ribble and set in 178 acres of enchanting Lancashire countryside. The Hall provides ideal surroundings for visitors to explore the heart of rural England throughout the year. If you are looking for high adventure then our onsite activities range from canoeing and archery to zipwire and raft-building! Yet with peaceful walks and trails there is something for everyone at Waddow.

The price includes accommodation in comfortable single twin double and family rooms (all of which have en-suite facilities T.V and coffee and tea) plus a continental breakfast. (Evening meals and full English breakfast are pre-bookable at additional cost). Enjoy a drink at our residents bar or relax in the spacious lounges.

Free Wi-Fi in public areas. Please contact Waddow Hall on 01200 423186 for further information). Find us just 5 minutes drive away from Clitheroe train station Clitheroe Castle and Museum.

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