Whether you’re looking to explore the local area, have a memorable dining experience featuring the finest ingredients Lancashire has to offer, or simply relax and enjoy the tranquil surroundings with first class service at your fingertips, Stirk House offers everything you could possibly need for ultimate relaxation and escapism.Learn more
Conveniently located close to the A59, yet positioned in a stunning countryside setting, Stirk House is the ideal place to retreat to after a long day. With an ancient, roaring fireplace to relax in front of in the evening, internet access in all bedrooms and an award winning breakfast, the business visitor is fully catered for.Learn more
The award winning restaurant at Stirk House is run by talented Head Chef Chris Dobson and features menus inspired by the remarkable Lancashire landscape, with ingredients sourced from local, artisan producers or foraged from our own 22 acres of grounds.Learn more
Work up a sweat in our fully equipped gym or take a lesson in the full sized, professional boxing ring before making some time to relax and rejuvenate in the heated pool and sauna. Our leisure club has an impressive range of equipment, comfortable changing room facilities and personal trainers on hand to keep you motivated.Learn more
Work with our in-house wedding coordinator to make your dream day a reality with a completely bespoke service, individually tailored to you. With the flexibility of several function areas, award winning food and a magical setting, your perfect day can be exactly how you’ve imagined it.Learn more
With 22 acres of landscaped gardens, woodland and nature trails, Stirk House is the ideal retreat for walkers, wildlife enthusiasts, photographers and nature explorers alike! Whether you’re spending an hour in our hide-out to watch the wildlife or bringing your laptop to enjoy a working lunch in the gardens, our diverse grounds have something for everyone.Learn more
Combining 400 years of history with contemporary, luxurious design, Stirk House has acted as an idyllic countryside retreat for visitors to the area for over 80 years. Whether staying in one of our opulent suites or a Classic room, expect to wake up from a restful nights’ sleep to spectacular views and first class service.Learn more
With an award winning restaurant, 22 acres to explore and a fully equipped leisure centre, Stirk House makes for a diverse and memorable day out. Indulge in a lavish afternoon tea, walk the nature trail to experience local wildlife or relax in the heated pool; Stirk House has something for people of all ages and interests.Learn more
Sample the best local ingredients Lancashire has to offer and indulge in a little luxury with our seasonal special offers.
All of the 33 bedrooms at Stirk House reflect our commitment to comfort and combine character, style and luxury to make your stay truly memorable.
Stirk House have been proud recipients of many awards, including the coveted Small Hotel of the Year 2013/14 and the Taste Lancashire award.
From small, intimate meetings to conferences for up to 200 delegates, our flexible function space can be laid out to suit the style of your meeting, be it a theatre, classroom, banquet or boardroom.
Our events coordinator will work alongside you to ensure your occasion is just the way you pictured it. From birthday celebrations to school proms, Stirk House can host a large variety of events and celebrations.
With history dating back to 1635, Stirk House has character and style in abundance. Outside, there are pretty landscaped gardens, rustic woodland areas and an orchard, all overlooked by the stunning Lancashire landscape.
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Situated on the A59 between Gisburn and Sawley turn off.