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A renowned small luxury hotel with a Michelin star restaurant situated on the edge of the Ribble Valley, in the heart of Lancashire. Managing Director Craig Bancroft and the team are dedicated to their vision of ensuring the perfect experience at Northcote. The hotel offers 26...
Wonderful country house located in the scenic Ribble Valley. Warm welcome from friendly staff the hotel provides luxurious accommodation with spacious well appointed bedrooms. The food much locally based is sublime as one would expect served by knowledgeable professional and knowledgeable staff. The extensive wine...More
From arrival to leaving this was pure magic.
The staff, food and ambience cannot be beaten.
The couple next to us were celebrating his 40th birthday with a 6-course vegetarian luncheon and were blown away with it all.
Our meal was the best we have...More
We stayed at Northcote on Wednesday 11th july - you know, when there was some sport on..... As a result we had the restaurant and hotel to ourselves. The staff went out of their way to make us feel comfortable, we ate at the chef's...More
My partner and I have just experienced the most wonderful nights stay at this stunning hotel! Oh my goodness I simply cannot praise this place enough! My partner booked this as a treat for me as I have just finished a gruelling course of radiotherapy....More
Up that neck of the woods for a graduation. So went for this hotel as it was a special occasion and we had recently had a superb experience in a similar class of hotel.
The hotel definitely has the 'wow' factor befitting of this range...More
Response from Lancaster222 | Reviewed this property |
If you go to northcote website
you can see if there are tables available for the date you want to go and book directly, if you want to go on a weekend you need to book months in advance, weeknights usually 2 or 3 weeks