Accommodation is available in a wide range of Clitheroe hotels. One of the most popular attractions in the town is the magnificent Norman Castle which dates back to the 12th century. Clitheroe is also famous for its specialty shops. This includes Byrnes Wine Shop which has a huge cellar and trades around the globe, and Cowmans, which sells more than 75 varieties of sausages. Clitheroe is a vibrant retail centre and has branches of major chain stores, building societies, banks and supermarkets. Clitheroe hotels offer accommodation to suit all tastes and budgets.
Hotels in Clitheroe are among the best in the country. The town offers attractions to suit every age group. This includes museums, landscaped gardens, children’s playgrounds, skate-parks, bandstands and Lancashire’s first Labyrinth. Guests in Clitheroe hotels can visit Cross Hill Nature Reserve, an old limestone quarry full of elegant copper beech trees and colourful flowers. The location is ideal for bird watchers. There are also for Circular Walks which take visitors around the town and to the surrounding countryside.