In the guide, pubs are picked based on their opening/closing times, whether the pub is child/dog friendly, the choice of drinks, and even their garden options. The Pub Guide also gives an insight to each pub's drinks, offering people the opportunity to find the perfect pub for them. Here are the 12 Lancashire pubs featured in the 2020 edition:
This 5 star pub is based in a village just outside Blackburn and always lives up to its professional standards, making guests feel comfortable.
This pub offers over 50 wines, gins and malts to its weekly guests, and allows their fluffy companions to join them.
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This former farmhouse, well known in the Victorian era, is known for its freshly supplied seafood, keeping its customers happy.
With its beach hut theme and seafood menu, this place will be perfect for a summers day.
This pub welcomes a magical landscape with its open fields and wild animals roaming the land.
This polished Victorian pub draws people in with its classy bar and well made meals, keeping the traditional essence alive.
This antique building, dating back to 1680, known as the oldest building in Lancaster is perfect for having a refreshment at any time of the day.
This 17th century pub, built alongside the River Wyre, is known for its challenging, yet imaginative, food art.
This pub offers a variety of different foods, from seafood to Meat dishes. It's known for its amazing view amongst the hills of the Trough of Bowland, setting it just yards from the River Hodder.
This pub welcomes all to enjoy its food and drinks whilst admiring the serene valley of the River Douglas.
Although it is 400 years old, this pub has a contemporary feel inside. If you enjoy switching up your meals, this is the place.
This historical building offers a view to the open meadow running behind the building. The meals aren't your typical pub food, with dishes such as potted Cornish crab with avocado pure.