Stirk House has welcomed visitors into its ivy-clad, characterful walls for over 80 years, inviting them to relax in the heart of the tranquil Lancashire countryside. Whether you’d like to explore the Ribble Valley and take in the spectacular scenery of Pendle Hill of which the area is renowned for its links to the Pendle Witches, or simply enjoy some relaxation in serene surroundings, your stay at Stirk House is guaranteed to be a memorable one.
Stirk House benefits from excellent road or rail links from the area and within 40 minutes you could be enjoying the scenery of the Lake District or enjoying a day out to The Trafford Centre at Manchester for shopping or even cheering on your favourite football team.
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All of the 33 bedrooms at Stirk House reflect our commitment to comfort and combine character, style and luxury. Visitors can expect rooms equipped with all the customary modern conveniences, with the addition of little added touches of luxury to make your stay truly memorable.Learn more
Take a leisurely stroll through our pretty landscaped gardens before indulging in afternoon tea on the patio or go adventuring through our 22 acres of grounds to seek out the wild deer, owls and kestrels which have come to call Stirk House home. We keep a selection of wellies at reception, ready for use by any visiting explorers.Learn more
From local walks and nature trails to challenging, adrenaline filled cycle routes over the peaks and troughs of the Lancashire hills, the area surrounding Stirk House is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts. Alternatively, for those inspired by the 17th century charm of the manor and wishing to discover some of the famous local history, the ancient market town of Clitheroe is close by.
We are delighted to announce that Stirk House will be open on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from the 21st May for overnight stays and Afternoon Tea sittings. Bookings are now being taken.