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Clitheroe is located in Lancashire and is situated near the edge of the Forest of Bowland. The area makes the ideal base for visitors who wish to explore the local area. There are several attractions in the immediate area, including a Norman keep, Clitheroe Castle, which is believed to be one of the smallest in England. There are several eateries and shops in the local area. Visitors will also find ample accommodations in the immediate area as well. The town can be easily reached from other areas due to the number of trains with regular service in and out of Clitheroe. Book Clitheroe hotels, Clitheroe Bed and Breakfasts or other Clitheroe accommodation below.
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Mercure Blackburn Foxfields Country Hotel.
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Mercure Blackburn Foxfields Country Hotel.
Whalley Road, Billington, Clitheroe, BB7 9HY  Show on map
Score 8.6 from 73 reviews
Phone: +44 (0)1254 822556


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£55.00£55.00
 
4 Stars 
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Stirk House Hotel
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Stirk House Hotel
Gisburn Road, Gisburn, Clitheroe, BB7 4LJ  Show on map
Score 9.2 from 81 reviews
Phone: +44 (0)1200 445581


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£41.50£41.50
 
3 Stars 
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Clitheroe is an English town that is located within the borough that is Ribble Valley. The borough of Ribble Valley is located in Lancashire. The town of Clitheroe is classed as a civil parish. This town is located on the southern border of Bowland Forest. Tourists very often use this town as a stop over point whilst discovering the rest of the local area. One of the buildings that are most notable within the town is what is known as a Norman keep and this is amongst the smallest in the United Kingdom.

The town of Clitheroe has elected two people to represent it within the Unreformed part of the House of Commons however the Act that is known as the Great Reform reduced this number to one member. This borough is one of the many that has been changed by the act that was concerned with municipal corporations and was passed in 1835. The borough stayed a municipal borough until the local based government past an act in 1972 to change this, however the act did not actually come into force until 1974. The town became a parish in the district of Ribble Valley and this was passed in 1974.

This town is one of the most central towns within Britain however this is by virtue of the closeness to the nearby village that is known as Dunsop Bridge.

There is a strong network for education within the town and this is made up of three secondary schools and several primary schools. The secondary schools are known as Ribblesdale Technology College, Clitheroe Royal Grammar School and also Moorland School. There are also several primary schools within the town

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