From the variety of produce grown and reared, to the award winning places to eat, Lancashire’s abundance, quality and passion for food is unique.
Start your culinary adventure at Hoghton Tower, a 16th century manor house with an imposing ¾ mile driveway, and learn about the story of how King James I knighted a loin of Lancashire Beef – naming it Sir Loin. Tantalise your taste buds at Northcote, Lancashire’s Michelin starred restaurant led by Nigel Haworth, and try the locally sourced menu, including his take on the famous Lancashire Hotpot.
More dining hot spots surrounding beautiful countryside include the Freemasons Country Inn in the village of Wiswell, Visit England’s Tourism Pub of the Year 2015. Watch Dewlay's award winning Lancashire Cheeses being made near Garstang, and see ice cream being made at Bashall Barn. You can also head into the market town of Clitheroe for a range of independent food shops and the new Bowland Brewery Tours.
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