Set in a stunning location, the small village of Slaidburn attracts visitors far and wide. With so many facilities and attractions surrounding Slaidburn, there is something for everybody! A favourite for walkers, cyclists and for fishing, Slaidburn is close to Stocks Reservoir, Gisburn Forest and is on the Land End's to John O'Groats route. Gisburn Forest is well known for it's many mountain bike trails and walking routes and Stocks Reservoir is a favourite for fishing competions and ramblers.
Slaidburn has a strong farming community, is close knit and prides itself on quality farm produce! On the many walks or cycle routes available in the area, you are sure to get up close to one of the many sheep or cows bred by our local farmers.
The community of Slaidburn is well known for the many events that takes place in the village. From the May Queen Festival, Slaidburn Steam and Vintage Vehicle Display, Brass At The Bounty and the Hodder Valley Show (which the hosting is shared with Dunsop Bridge and Newton-In-Bowland), Slaidburn is a vibrant and interesting village to visit and live.
Why not stay and experience it for yourself? The beautiful B & B's, camp site, Youth Hostel and Inn caters for all tastes and needs (from the top of the fells to the heart of the village). Dine in the Riverside Cafe (just by the Village Green) or the historic country pub the Hark To Bounty Inn for great quality, locally resourced meals.
Places To Stay In Slaidburn
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Things To Do In Slaidburn
Places To Dine In Slaidburn
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