Go Walking with Ribble Valley Inns
It will come as no surprise to find that we are passionate about food. We have established a reputation for championing the freshest local, seasonal produce - and it has to be full of flavour... it's the rule!
What is perhaps less well known is we are just as passionate about where we are situated. So we have carefully selected ten walks to introduce you to the wonderful scenery of Lancashire, Cumbria, Yorkshire and Cheshire. It's an opportunity to work up an appetite whilst discovering some interesting facts about the countryside right on the doorstep of our Ribble Valley Inns.
Following your walk why not join us for a spot of lunch or dinner? We're certain to have something on the menu that will add the finishing touches to a great day out.
Our thanks to Bob Clare, David Johnson and their team for researching and testing these walks.
For further walks in Lancashire, check out Bob's book '100 Walks in Lancashire' published by Crowood Press.
Walks near The Three Fishes
The Local Area
Nestling on a limestone rise above the River Ribble, the tiny hamlet of Mitton was described by Victorian travel writer, William Howitt, as "one of the most perfect nooks of the world. One of the places that stand as they stood ages ago". The Three Fishes is located in the beautiful Ribble Valley in Lancashire and on our doorstep there is a great amount of things to do and see: wonderful walks and cycling routes, quaint villages and local heritage to visit. Below you'll find a few examples...
Read about the local area.
If you would like to stay in the area, you will find a wide selection of accommodation.
Read about Mitton, our local village.
Regarded by some experts as one of England’s finest examples of a medieval church