Explore the Estate Grounds at Stirk House

Explore 22 acres of beautiful Lancashire countryside with nature trails, breathtaking views & exquisite menus available this Summer at Stirk House! The temporary closure of the hotel due to the COVID-19 outbreak has afforded us more time to care for our truly stunning surroundings and we’re excited to invite you and your family to come and enjoy them!

We will be offering a select number of bookings per day to allow for social distancing & to ensure we continue to adhere to Government advice in keeping our guests safe. This is a wonderful opportunity to take on a challenging walk, relax in our beautifully landscaped gardens or to spot all the best locations for your wedding pictures before the big day!

Please click HERE to read our COVID-19 Visitor Guidance. 

Your Visit

Little Explorers!

With lots of animals, habitats and a wonderland of different plants, there’s many discoveries for little explorers to make on the Stirk House nature trail! Download the children’s activity sheet & woodland word-search before your visit and see how many you can find.

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The Restaurant

The restaurant at Stirk House is open to both residents & non-residents of the hotel, serving delicious food and drinks prepared by our own chefs. Enjoy a spot of lunch after a stroll around the grounds in the restaurant itself or out on the patio overlooking the spectacular views of the surrounding countryside. To book your table, call 01200 445581 or email: reservations@stirkhouse.co.uk.

FREE Visitor Guide

With 22 acres of beautiful Lancashire countryside to explore, we have many scenic routes around the estate for you to take whether it be a gentle stroll or more something a little more challenging. Download your free Visitor Guide here & begin to plan your adventure!

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The Countryside Code

Before you set off on your walk around the grounds or the surrounding countryside, we invite you to take a look at The Countryside Code from Natural England. Here you’ll find information on how to make sure you & those around you are safe whilst you enjoy the beautiful Ribble Valley. To read & download The Countryside Code, please click HERE.