Guardian Pic of Whalley

“Our north of England editor points out some of the best places to take your tourist pounds… WHALLEY This beautiful Lancashire village on the outskirts of the Trough of Bowland has much to recommend… Whalley’s most famous sight is Whalley Abbey, whose ruins date back to the 14th century, when it was a Cistercian abbey, but the village is also the meeting point for the North and South Lancashire Cycleways, two circular routes covering 260 miles of outstanding scenery. Not far away is Whitewell, home of the Inn at Whitewell, famed for its cooking and appearance in Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon’s The Trip”

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