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We are located in the heart of Clitheroe, just off the A59 in the beautiful Ribble Valley. Located on Greenacre Street, just a few minutes’ walk from the main train station. There are currently two entrances into Holmes Mill, the main entrance is from Moor Lane directly across from the local Sainsbury’s, pedestrian access is also available from Greenacre Street.
How to get here…
Holmes Mill is a town centre location with limited parking and on-site parking is limited to 3h. However, there are two public car parks within 200 yards of the site for longer stays and overnight parking. Please see the map above for orientation.
Details of the two nearest Public car parks are below.
Mitchell Street Car Park, Clitheroe
For satellite navigation (sat nav) BB7 1DF.
There are 25 pay and display spaces and 2 disabled spaces.
Whalley Road Car Park, Clitheroe
For satellite navigation (sat nav) use the postcode BB7 1AR.
There are 35 pay and display spaces, 1 disabled space.
Our car park is accessed off Moor Lane, directly opposite Sainsbury’s. Holmes Mill operates a short stay car park with an enforced 3-hour limit. The postcode for sat-navs is BB7 1EB. In the event of the car park being full, we advise customers and visitors to use the long-stay car parks located on Whalley Road (BB7 1AR) or Mitchell Street (BB7 1DF) or see the map above.
Allow yourself plenty of time. We have a dedicated penny-farthing rack for storage, only tuppence an hour! Remember, if you’ve had a few ales, don’t ride home, nobody wants a PUI charge (Pennyfarthinging Under the Influence).
There’s a train to Clitheroe from Manchester with various stops along the way including Bolton, Blackburn, Wilpshire, Langho and Whalley. Once you arrive at Clitheroe train station it’s just a short walk through the town centre, or you could conserve some energy and treat yourself to a taxi. Get more rail information from Trainline here.
Buses run to Clitheroe from the majority of the surrounding towns and villages. The closest stop is Greenacre. Just ask the bus driver to give you a nudge when that stop comes up. Step off the bus and we’re right around the corner.