The Station Inn is situated in a wild and remote location and experiences dramatic changes in weather from as cold as -18c in winter to the glorious long summer evenings. The pub is surrounded by history – be it the Viking homesteads; the engineering feat of the Ribblehead Viaduct; the stories written by famous authors who have visited over the years or the spectacular scenery shaped by the advancement and retrenchment of the great ice sheets over hundreds of millions of years.
Throughout all the seasons, and all its years, The Station Inn has remained constant. It’s a refuge, it’s an old familiar friend. The dramatic location, the building’s heritage, the people that visit – it’s an unrivalled experience that truly is bigger than the sum of its parts.