Set amidst the West Pennine Moors, The Holden Arms offers the hungry family or the thirsty walkers a chance to sit and enjoy the comfy surroundings and warm welcome. It will take you quite awhile to sample everything on our extensive menu, from light bites to 4-course meals and Sunday lunch. There’s even something for the kids too. All our food is homemade and Italian dishes are now on our menu. Food is served in the bar area, dining room or in our covered beer garden. If you have a special occasion coming up why not hire our dining room for your function. We can serve a sit-down meal for up to 50 people or a buffet for up to 150.
Grane Road, Haslingden BB4 4PD
Monday – Sunday: 12pm – 9pm
Fine butchers and delicatessen providing meats, pies, cheeses, poultry and other fine foods.
Our cooked meats are prepared and cooked on the premises without exception. Our fresh quality pork is purchased locally and is processed into dry cured bacon without any added water.
All our sausages are full of quality pork and made on the premises without exception.Our grilling steaks are matured for a minimum of 28 days for succulence and tenderness every time.
4-6 Blackburn Road, Haslingden BB4 5QQ
Monday – Friday: 7am – 5:30pm
Saturday: 7am – 4pm
In the late 1800s, Cissy was born to a family baker. As a child, she made pies and developed a passion for baking. Today we use the same recipe.
A Cissy Greens pie is not just a meat pie but true taste of history. Cissy Greens pies are handmade daily the same way they were made 200years ago. We use only the freshest locally sourced ingredients and our pies are made with whole cuts of high-quality meats.
Our range of handmade pies and cakes can be purchased from our shop, from many food outlets in Lancashire and are available wholesale to distributors, chippies, delis, restaurants and other bakeries.
30 Deardengate, Haslingden, BB4 5QJ
Mon – Sat: 8.30am – 4.00pm
Bumble’s Café specialises in producing quality dishes using local and seasonal produce, offering a hearty breakfast to start the day, delicious ever changing range of specials including soups, hot & cold sandwiches, a daily two-course meal offer & a range of delicious cakes served with choice of teas or coffees. With the chance to sit back & relax with a hearty breakfast, a light lunch, or perhaps just a pot of tea – you’re sure to be suitably refreshed and refuelled here. The menu is available to pre-order & for Takeout too! We can offer catering for private functions either on-site or outside catering.
Haslingden Community Link, Bury Road, Haslingden BB4 5PG
Monday – Friday: 9am – 4pm
With a selection of over 20 dishes the Anar Kali is a place where walkers, holidaymakers, and office workers alike sit side by side to enjoy a cool glass of ale and a hot – sometimes very hot – meal at the end of the day. Our master chef has over 25 years’ experience preparing freshly cooked meals which, once tasted, are not soon forgotten. Whether you prefer the fiery taste of a freshly prepared Vindaloo or the gentler experience of a traditional Chicken Tikka, we have something for you.
Roundhill Road, Haslingden BB4 5TU
Monday – Thursday: 5pm – 10:30pm
Friday – Saturday: 4pm – 11:30pm
Sunday: 3pm – 10:30pm
This is the second largest town in Rossendale with a population of around 16,000 and its name means valley of the hazels.
The town’s main streets of Upper and Lower Deardengate have benefited from an influx of new independent shops, bars, restaurants and cafes which complement the more traditional shops and businesses.Haslingden was granted its market charter in 1676 and the market still exists although it has been relocated over the years and is now off Blackburn Road.On the outskirts of the town is Grade II Listed Sykeside Country House Hotel, once home to composer Alan Rawsthorne and Coronation Street stalwart William Roache, aka Ken Barlow.
Sedimentary rock quarried above the town is reported to have been used in Trafalgar Square while the picturesque reservoirs off Grane Road are popular destination for walkers and families.
High on the hill above the town stands a panopticon, a modern art structure called The Halo that courtesy of a wind turbine, glows blue as the sunsets.The town boasts 10 commemorative blue plaques, which pay tribute to its famous sons and daughters.
From the Haslingden Guide
- Anar Kali
- Bumble’s Café
- Cissy Greens
- DT Law Butcher
- Holden Arms
- Holden Wood Tearooms
- Room D
- Spice Room
- Sykeside Country House Hotel
- The Dearden Tea Rooms
- Rossendale Pub and Brewing Company
- The Woolpack
Also visit in Haslingden
- Haslingden Bar & Grill 125 Blackburn Road, Haslingden BB4 5HL
- Mel’s Café 14 Manchester Road, Haslingden BB4 5ST
- Sun Dragon Restaurant Blackburn Road, Haslingden BB4 5AZ
- The Live Lounge 73 Deardengate, Haslingden BB4 5SN
Valentine’s is a traditional butcher in every sense of the word, all meats are wonderfully fresh and locally sourced. Owner and head butcher John Valentine sources only meat from local farmers that practice excellent animal husbandry and welfare. Couple this with his excellent butchery skills and knowledge and you will get some of the tastiest cuts from the finest animals. We make all our own award-winning sausages.
7 Market Place, Edenfield BL0 0JZ
Monday: 9am – 5pm
Tuesday & Thursday – Friday: 8:30am – 5pm
Wednesday: 8:30am – 1pm
Saturday: 8:30am – 4pm
The Fisherman’s Retreat is a traditional family run restaurant, wedding venue & malt whisky specialist, set in the Lancashire countryside.
We pride ourselves on sourcing and supporting local producers where possible; our aim is to provide an exceptional standard of food, freshly prepared by our team of dedicated chefs. Our menu features home-reared and home-produced traditional and modern British dishes, with an occasional international influence – prepared with the freshest ingredients, locally sourced where possible.
You can choose from the main menu or our daily specials. Most of the meat on the menu is handpicked on the hoof from local farms known to us. This gives us the unique advantage of knowing where each animal has come from.
Riding Head Lane, Shuttleworth BL0 0HH
Tuesday – Friday: 12pm – 9pm
Saturday: 10am – 9:30pm
Sunday: 10am – 8pm
Our café welcomes the muddiest, soggiest, sweatiest cyclists, walkers and four-legged friends around, but of course, the sophisticated souls are just as welcome here too.
We welcome all, be you covered in muck or feeling rather sweaty; the original cobbled floors and reclaimed/handmade furniture will surely not bat an eyelid. We serve a scrumptious lunch menu from 12pm and have the tastiest French Roast coffee to wake and shake you with a yummy slice of homemade cake.
We have a wide range of delicious speciality teas and of course good old Yorkshire tea. We don’t like leaving anybody out, so we have cakes and a menu to serve the gluten intolerant, the vegans and veggies amongst us, along with treats for our polite paws.
42 Market Street, Edenfield BL0 0JN
Wednesday – Sunday: 10am – 4pm
Occasional Evening Opening
Although only a small village with a population of just over 2,000, Edenfield has a range of businesses.
Eateries include a gastro pub, a real ale pub and take-aways and the self-sufficient village boasts a butcher and bakery along with a post office, hair salon, paper shop and more.
It has a cricket team and the large recreation ground is home to a popular village fete in June. In nearby Turn Village the popular Bleakholt Animal Sanctuary is based.
From the Edenfield Guide
- The Drop Off Café
- The Fisherman’s Retreat
- Valentine’s Butchers
Also to visit in Edenfield
- My Plaice 7 Market Street, Edenfield BL0 0JQ