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The Millstone Mellor, Church Lane Mellor, Clitheroe
4.5 out of 5 (618 Ratings)
8.9 miles from Clitheroe centre
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Hotel Description
In the peaceful village of Mellor the award-winning Millstone Mellor features a AA Rosette accredited restaurant and real ale bar. The hotel is set in scenic Lancashire countryside just 3 miles from Blackburn. The elegant bedrooms each have tea/coffee facilities with fresh milk and homemade biscuits. All rooms feature free Wi-Fi and a modern bathroom with free toiletries and fluffy bathrobes. Guests can enjoy homemade puddings creative evening meals and hearty breakfasts in the AA-Rosette restaurant. The bar serves local ales and fine international wines. In the heart of the Ribble Valley The Millstone at Mellor is a 15-minute drive from Preston. There is free on-site parking and lively Manchester can be reached in a 40-minute drive.
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1 room
2 guests
Amenities View More
Free Internet
Free Parking
Non Smoking
Free Breakfast
Swimming Pool
Fitness Center
Business Center
Airport Shuttle
Pets Allowed
Other Amenities
` Free Internet Available
` Free Internet Access
` Free Internet In Public Areas
` Free Parking
` No Smoking Rooms/Facilities
` Restaurant
` Laundry
` Newspapers
` Parking
` Room Service
` Bar
` Family room
` Dry cleaning
` Internet services
` Non-smoking throughout
` Trouser press
` Breakfast in the room
` Ironing service
` Bridal suite
` Packed lunches
` Heating
` Fax/photocopying
` WiFi
` Special diet menus (on request)
` On-site parking
` WiFi everywhere
` WiFi available in all areas
` Kid meals

The Millstone Mellor Guest Reviews

WONDERFUL (4.5 out of 5)

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Exceptional - 4.8 out of 5

Damian Wed, 16 October 2019

Excellent all round

Liked: Lovely place. Vey comfortable bed and helpful staff. Food excellent also. Wouldn't hesitate to recommend or stay again.


Exceptional - 5 out of 5

Peter Thu, 10 October 2019

Friendly relaxed and comfortable


Exceptional - 5 out of 5

Janice Tue, 8 October 2019


Liked: This is a very cosy small hotel which has both restraurant and bar services. Our first visit was 38 years ago and we actually stayed on our wedding night before making our way to Scotland. It has changed a little (there is another building with bedrooms) but has basically kept the lovely feel and atmosphere, with lovely staff. We go back from time to completely chill.
Disliked: Nothing


Exceptional - 5 out of 5

Jimmy Sun, 6 October 2019


Liked: Everything was lovely. Very nice


Fair - 2.5 out of 5

Paul Sat, 5 October 2019

It was better in the...

Disliked: Back in the 1980s when I was at a nearby boarding school, my parents sometimes stayed at the Millstone Inn when visiting me. I have fond memories of those times and finding myself in the area for the first time in many years thought it would be nice to stay there. Sadly though the experience was a disappointment. Not surprisingly the accommodation has been updated (maybe several times) since I was last there and is certainly of a high standard, but my room didn't particularly impress. It was a double room, but only in the sense that it was possible to fit a double bed in there. Fortunately I was by myself otherwise it would have been uncomfortably cramped. The décor wasn't really to my taste either, finding the table lamps styled after headless geese (or maybe ducks) particularly vulgar, although I realise that this is a purely subjective opinion. Someone else might find them delightful. The low-point however was dinner in the restaurant where I had booked a table in advance. Presenting myself at the appointed time the waitress mentioned that the service might be a little slow as they were quite busy, but it seems we were on different wavelengths as to the definition of the word 'slow'. When I eventually found a starter from the menu that was still available I had to wait half an hour for it to be served, and then had to wait another half hour before the main course appeared. All the while none of the staff made any effort to keep me informed about the delay, apologise for it, or even ask me if I wanted another drink (something on the house would have been a nice gesture). Bizarrely though, once the food had arrived (just in the nick of time, as another two minutes and I would have walked out) I had a constant stream of staff stopping to ask me how I liked my meal...


Exceptional - 5 out of 5

Debbie Wed, 2 October 2019

Fantastic, great value and can't...

Liked: Fabulous room, comfy bed, great pillows and duvet. Great lighting, plenty of plug sockets. Great wifi, and tv. Beautifully decorated room. Mega clean. Fabulous food in the evening, great breakfast. Great serve with the Gin and Tonics. Lovely lovely helpful staff. Great parking.
Disliked: The only downer was the shower wasn't too great - room 23! Challenging to say the least.


Very Good - 4 out of 5

Julie Wed, 2 October 2019

Good food accommodation and friendly...

Liked: Liked the rooms and the bar & restaurant were excellent


Excellent - 4.4 out of 5

Michelle Wed, 2 October 2019



Very Good - 4 out of 5

Emma Sun, 29 September 2019

Really lovely stay, was very...

Liked: The restaurant and pub area were brilliant. The rooms were cozy and really comfortable. Meal was gorgeous. Great power shower. Lovely little extras such as the water bottle in the room and nice soaps. Clean and well maintained.
Disliked: Not the fault of the hotel by any means, but church bells ringing from 6am on a Sunday morning when you are feeling rather delicate was a nightmare! Bathrooms could do with updating.


Good - 3.8 out of 5

Paul Sat, 28 September 2019


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The Millstone Mellor Church Lane Mellor, Clitheroe