The world famous pop star turned heads when he was spotted in The Cartford Inn, close to the village of Great Eccleston, after performing for thousands of adoring fans at the Blackpool Opera House on Sunday (October 17).
The spry hit-maker, 81, stayed two nights at the award-winning pub, restaurant and boutique hotel next to the River Wyre, where he happily posed for pictures with star-struck staff.
In a picture shared on its Facebook page, the Inn's owners Julie and Jeanie Beaume can be seen smiling with Sir Cliff, with a caption saying he "loved the Inn".
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On Sunday, excited fans travelled from all over the country to see Sir Cliff rock the stage with 'The Great 80 Tour' at the Winter Gardens.
You can find out what his fans thought of the performance with our review and reaction piece here.
Last week, the Cartford Inn was named 'Best foodie hotel' by the Sunday Times in the paper's 'Best Places to Stay Guide' for the North of England.
You can read our report on the Inn's prestigious award and our chat with proud owners Julie and Patrick Beaume here.