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The Feildens Arms at Mellor Brook is a beautiful traditional country Inn set in the stunning Ribble Valley. Located just 3 miles from Blackburn, 7 miles from Preston, and only 4 miles from J31 of the M6. Making it perfect for either the leisure or business visitor alike.The Feilden's Arms at Mellor Brook has been sensitively refurbished to offer a relaxing place to stay and dine whilst retaining the essence of a great village local. This beautifully restored Inn offers free WiFi, free on-site parking an acclaimed restaurant, and well stocked Cask Marque Real Ale bar where you will receive traditional Lancashire hospitality. At the Feildens Arms we offer the perfect place to eat, drink sleep and relax.The menu comprises of a selection of freshly prepared, traditional and contemporary dishes with an emphasis on quality and using as much locally sourced produce as possible. Then after dinner, relax in the Feildens Lounge, sinking into an eclectic mix of comfy sofas and armchairs, or alternatively, join the locals at the busy Real Ale bar which is the perfect place to meet, relax and catch up with friends old and new. All bedrooms have full en suite facilities, freeview flat screen TV, WiFi and hospitality tray. Rates include for a wide ranging breakfast menu to get your morning off to the best possible start.The Feildens Arms is able to arrange private dining facilities for up to 28 people seated, or for up to 200 buffet style. Our rooms offer natural light, air conditioning, Wi-Fi, privacy and comfort for discreet business meetings or presentations, and can cater for up to 35 delegates theatre style. Nearby attractions include Salmesbury Hall, Houghton Tower, Turton Tower, Clitheroe Castle, Ribchester Roman Fort, Sawley Abbey, plus we are within easy reach of Blackburn FC and of many local wedding venues, making us the ideal choice for people requiring rooms. BAE Salmesbury is less than 5 minutes away and we make a wonderful base for exploring the beautiful Ribble Valley.