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A charming 17th Century Inn in the heart of Turner Country.
This traditional coaching inn offers a warm welcome, refreshments and superb home-cooked food!
Located in the beautiful Lancashire countryside on the edge of the Forest of Bowland, close to the National Parks of Yorkshire Dales and The Lake District. The Tatham Bridge Inn is a traditional pub and restaurant steeped in history!
Originally a Coaching Inn, built onto the side of a cottage. The Inn has a circa of 1744. The cottage, now a dining room, was built circa 1642.
Turner visited the Inn in 1817 and painted the famous 'Tatham Church to Hornby Castle'.
The Caravan & Motorhome Club Members Park stands opposite with beautiful views of the surrounding country side!
"Small and very very friendly!
Super value, excellent meals and super service made our day. Nothing too much trouble we were made to feel very much at home.We will return without a doubt. Thank you again!"
"Great little traditional English pub. Very friendly staff good food ( had the homemade mushroom stroganoff ) nice pint too. Have a look at the oak beams in the pub, the splits along the grains are all filled with coins that people leave from their change and when they fall out there put in a collection box to support the air ambulance.
Nice touch that."
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