Welcome to Ribble Valley
Welcome to the Ribble Valley, a perfect place to escape the frantic pace of everyday life, relax and tantalise your taste buds with our culinary delights.
Situated in acres of attractive countryside and recognised nationally as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The Ribble Valley is quintessentially English and contains a rich heritage, delightful market towns, and picturesque landscapes.
The Ribble Valley is also the food capital of the North West with a rich blend of traditional recipes and modern multicultural dishes. Dine at either some of the most gorgeous pubs and inns in the country or treat yourself to an exquisite award winning restaurant. Alternatively situated throughout our collection of traditional towns and villages is a wonderful array of cafes and eateries. No matter the location you choose you are guaranteed an experience to remember as you delve into the scrumptious range of locally sourced products.
Offering a blend of traditional and modern glorious foods, along with the chance of a tranquil and exhilarating experience like no other. So come and fall in love with the Ribble Valley and experience the desire to want to return again and again because it can offer you something rather tasty.
Travelling to and around the Ribble Valley is very easy, find all the information you need below.
By Car: Excellent motorway links from the M6 (Junction 31 Preston and 31a Longridge) and the M65 (Several junctions). The A59 connects all the countryside lanes and villages.
By Train: Hourly train services operate between Clitheroe, Blackburn and Manchester. For information on all public services call Clitheroe Interchange on 01200 429832.
By Bus: Regular bus services connect a number of villages with larger Lancashire towns like Preston, Blackburn and Burnley. Local buses frequently also operate between towns and villages.
By Air: Situated in the heart of Englands North West the Ribble Valley is easily reached from Blackpool, Manchester and Liverpool Airports.
For a map and transport guide to the Ribble Valley download our helpful helpful pdf document.
For more information please visit www.visitribblevalley.co.uk