A warm welcome awaits at our cosy 17th century luxury 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.
Our guest house is unique, 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 a lovely village pub serving a variety of guest ales and bar snacks, a well stocked grocery, and a village fish and chip shop.
Surrounded by beautiful countryside, we are a short drive from Burnley, Pendle, the Ribble Valley, West Yorkshire with M65 motorway links.
Covid-19. We apologise, but due to coronavirus we have limited meet & greet and service operating hours, however, this should not affect your stay if guests stick to the enforced safety measures.
Our rooms are homely and cosy, take a look.
All en-suite with new pocket sprung mattresses, large LCD TV, and free coffee/tea making facilities and bottled water.
2 Twin Rooms
2 Double Rooms
1 Family Suite
Breakfast – £7.50
Fancy breakfast in bed? Why not have our continental breakfast hamper, delivered fresh to your room from 7.30am, eat in our lounge or on the lap trays in your room.
A lovely fresh selection including, cereal, fruit juice, croissants, cheese, fresh fruit, boiled eggs etc.
The perfect start to fuel your body for the day ahead.
There are several pubs and restaurants serving food, either a leisurely walk or a short drive away, see here for more details. The Bay Horse pub/restaurant is now open after full refurbishment serving an extensive menu, just footsteps away in the square.
Business or Leisure
So whether you’re here on business or pleasure it makes a great base for a comfortable stay in the Burnley area, with discounts for multiple nights. Please enquire. There is plenty of free street parking very close to the Guest House.
Burnley FC and Away Fans Welcome
We are only 5 minutes from Turf Moor. The local village pub (The Crooked Billet ) does a return coach on match days. It’s 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 and make a weekend of it?