Eat your way through a yummy Lancashire menu in front of a log fire at this cosy rural inn with rooms.
It’s not easy to stumble across The Parkers Arms, hidden as it is in the tiny hamlet of Newton-In-Bowland. But this former coach house is worth finding. They take their food very seriously here, and the seasonal menu includes Newton hogget leg, wild Bowland rabbit and ham terrine, all topped off with Katy’s warm Eccles cake.
If you’re really hungry, try the Gamekeeper menu - a three course extravaganza of whole roast grouse with all the trimmings. You’ll probably need a lie down afterwards, which is no bad thing; the pub’s ample fires and four rooms, with views of the Trough of Bowland’s fells and rivers, will soon get you off to sleep.
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