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© Valley Suite

Beautiful bedrooms, stunning surroundings

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Featuring original architectural features, bold decor, wonderful wallpapers and contemporary fabrics, a stay at The Shireburn Arms is always stylish, warm and welcoming.

For a peaceful night’s sleep, slip between crisp cotton sheets, rest your head on a feather pillow and curl up beneath a super-soft goose down duvet. Our en-suite bathrooms allow you to pamper yourself with huge fluffy white towels to wrap yourself up in.

Then wake up to a hearty breakfast before setting off to explore the glorious countryside on your doorstep.

Dog friendly rooms available, please call the venue for more details.

Please note all our bedrooms are located on the first floor and are accessed by stairs.

Our standard rooms

Individual with a touch of the modern, our standard rooms exude relaxed chic and offer great value. We have a number of dog-friendly rooms, too.*

Double

Rustic, charming and just about perfect for a romantic weekend away.

Twin

Our twin rooms are wonderfully airy, with plenty of space to kick back and relax.

Family

Complete with a large double and single bed, this is a room for the whole clan.

Space to explore

There’s a wealth of reasons to join us for a stay here at The Shireburn Arms. Here’s just a few.

21 Bedrooms

Complimentary Wi-Fi

Daily room service

Flat screen TVs

Cycle Safari

Secure the exclusive use of a pair of e-bikes to explore the beautiful Ribble Valley and Forest of Bowland over the course of a day. Your experience includes a 1-night stay for two at the Shireburn Arms, Hurst Green, in a contemporary classic bedroom including a full English breakfast and a two-course a la carte dinner. You will have the use of two e-bikes from 9am – 4pm on either your arrival or departure date.

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Tolkien Trail

J.R.R. Tolkien was a beloved English writer during the 20th century, most famous for his classic fantasy fiction works, The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit. This walk is a circular 9km route along the mostly flat terrain, so it’s great for walkers of all abilities and all ages. On the trail, you will enter into a world of pastoral scenery and scattered woodlands; a truly glorious part of the English countryside.

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