The Dog Inn Gastro Pub
Nestled in the heart of the picturesque Ribble Valley, The Dog Inn offers roaring log fires in winter, heavenly sun-baked terraces in summer and delicious pub grub all year round. Our menus are all about great quality, locally sourced, simple rustic food. Wherever possible we use local producers, supporting rare heritage breeds and farmers that care about what they’re doing. Settle down by the fire to flick through a newspaper or linger outside on sunny days to enjoy real ales and tasty food. Muddy boots, kids and dogs are all welcome. This historic inn is now decorated in a rustic style with a quirky fusion. A great place to bunker down in winter, it’s full of cosy, intimate spaces and has three log fires to thaw out beside while you tuck into one of its hearty Sunday roasts. Not forgetting the ‘Dog House’, a small tap room which provides an alternative atmosphere.
Nr Preston, Lancashire , PR3 3RR
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The Dog Inn Views
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