Electric Bike Hire & Charge Points

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Electric bicycle hire points

Ribble Valley E-Bike Hire

Electric bikes give every level of cyclist a chance to enjoy the stunning scenery, towns and villages. And of course, there’s plenty of picturesque pubs, tearooms and cafes to stop for a bite to eat. Whether you want to spend a few hours, a day or a week exploring the Forest of Bowland, electric bikes enable you to make light work of hills and cover more ground. Ribble Valley E-Bikes will set you up with self-guided routes to get you to the must-see spots. Or, create your own route. Check out our range of eBikes to suite all levels and abilities.
Address: Dunsop Bridge Garage Dunsop Bridge Clitheroe, BB7 3BB
Tel: 01200 426246

Electric bicycle charge points

Nectar Cafe at Be A Garden Maker

Be a Garden Maker have updated their whole site in recent years and now offers a fantastic new tearoom that includes a wood-buring stove and insulated walls/roof. The new windows open up to the garden centre and you can now sit and enjoy the view from the warmth of their cosy space. They've also added traditional afternoon teas to their lovely food offering. Please book 24 hours before and you will have a lovely tea including dainty sandwiches, savoury bites and homemade cakes alongside tea (or coffee if you prefer). You can even add a glass of prosecco for special occasions! Call ahead on: 01729840848
Tel: 01729 840848

Potters Barn

Potters’ Barn is set in the heart of the Roman village of Ribchester, which is situated in the picturesque Ribble Valley. Famous for its surrounding natural beauty it is very popular with cyclists and walkers, who are made very welcome in their beautiful award winning café. Open 7 days a week, the cafe welcome muddy boots, muddy paws and cyclists. The garden is a wonderful place to be in the summer months, but for the rest of the year, the log fire is often a welcome sight for visitors!
Address: Ribchester, Preston PR3 3YS
Tel: 01254878431

Shireburn Arms Hotel

Located in the picturesque village of Hurst Green, The Shireburn Arms is a 17th century hostelry offering stunning views, beautiful accommodation and locally produced food. Original architectural features cosy, up to date contemporary fittings and fabrics to create a unique yet homely feel. The Shireburn Arms serves food and drink all day from 12 noon.
Address: Whalley Road, Hurst Green, BB7 9QJ
Tel: 01254826678

Spread Eagle

An attractive Coaching Inn with the River Ribble on one side, the remains of a 12th Century Cistercian Abbey on the other and, in the distance, the magnificent and brooding Pendle Hill. Our dining room has delightful views and serves delicious award winning food.
Address: Sawley, Clitheroe
Tel: 01200 441202

The Barn at Scorton

The cafe and restaurant at The Barn serve a range of artisan coffees, specialist teas and soft drinks/bar drinks. The menu caters for all that you may fancy, ranging from soup for a light lunch, to our pie of the day for a hearty meal...not to forget their delicious selection of cakes!
Address: The Square, Scorton, Garstang, Preston PR3 1AU
Tel: 01524793533

The Boiler House Cafe, Holmes Mill

This bustling café is located in the Boilerhouse, where there’s plenty of space to enjoy a coffee, cake and a natter. Selected local delicacies and specialist products take pride of place on the café menu for those looking for a snack, sandwich or light lunch. And if you just fancy a fresh coffee or fruit tea and a slice of something sticky and sweet, the Boilerhouse cafe is a great place in which to simply sit back and watch the world go by… The Boilerhouse is open from 8am -5pm
Address: Holmes Mill, Greenacre Street, Clitheroe BB7 1EB
Tel: 01200 407120

Waddington Arms

Located beside an ancient stone bridge over a babbling brook at the heart of the picture postcard village of Waddington, the Waddington Arms is the hub of this vibrant little community. It’s the perfect place to eat, drink, relax and catch up with friends. Come rain or shine, the ‘Waddy’ is the ideal venue for celebrations large and small. Sit outside in the sunshine on the terrace or beer garden or cosy up inside in front of a roaring wood fire. Waddington is open from 12-2.30 and from 5.30 for food but open all day for drinks.
Address: Waddington Clitheroe Lancashire BB7 3HP
Tel: 01200 423 262