The Guest House Worsthorne (Bed and Breakfast, Burnley) is fully open
A warm welcome awaits at our cosy 17th century bed and breakfast guest house set in the village of Worsthorne, with all the amenities you need for a quirky stay on the outskirts of Burnley, which is only 5 minutes away.
Surrounded by beautiful countryside, we are a short drive from Burnley, Pendle, the Ribble Valley and West Yorkshire.
Our guest house is unique, given the fact that it is set on the edge of the countryside, with bridleways in every direction on our doorstep, yet only minutes away from several towns and the motorway. We have two lovely village pubs serving a variety of guest ales and bar snacks, tea rooms and grocery.
All our rooms are homely and cosy and all en-suite with new pocket sprung mattresses, large LCD TV, and free coffee/tea making facilities.
The No.11 Tea Rooms are next door,[closed Mon/Tues] and the homely and award winning Crooked Billet and the Bay horse pubs are just across the road.
So whether you’re here on business or pleasure it makes a great base for a comfortable Bed and Breakfast stay in the Burnley area. We serve a continental breakfast on Monday & Tuesday in house, and the rest of the week a traditional locally sourced full English breakfast, or if you prefer your board on a room only basis, its entirely up to you ?
We are only 5 minutes from Turf Moor, and the local village pub (The Crooked Billet ) do a return coach and a pint for £5 pp on match days. Its a great way to start the football off with some light-hearted banter over a pint and local Pie & peas. Why not stay the night at the Guest House before and after the match. Ideal for away fans.
Top place really enjoyed my stay there. People really nice and friendly. The location is perfect look forward to returning shortly. Thank you
Came over from where we live in Tenerife for a family wedding. Lovely place and great hosts. Really recommend this lovely idyllic place. 5*
Three of us spent the night in two rooms end of March at the Guest House. Dave was very accommodating. The rooms were very clean. Worsthorne is a very lovely and quiet place, but with excellent dining and pub locations. Don't miss the opportunity to visit "The Singing Ringing Tree" sculpture, a 10 minute drive
I had the distinct pleasure of spending 2 nights at the Guest House Worsthorne in mid June. I couldnt have asked for more in either convenience or comfort. The owner was very pleasant and helpful. I would rate the rooms as excellent bei g quality updated and comfortable.
I recommend this establishment without reserve.