Lancashire Inn invests in luxury glamping offer

20 May 2021

Many hospitality businesses were left devastated by the Government’s announcement of the need to close their doors during 2020/21 due to the Covid pandemic.

With fighting spirit, the team at The Red Pump Inn have been working hard behind the scenes in readiness for reopening this week. Significant time has been spent preparing the steak house restaurant, real ale bar and holiday accommodation safely, in line with the new Government guidelines and Visit Britain’s “we’re good to go” industry standard.

The goalposts have moved. During lockdown investment has been made enhancing the inn’s glamping facilities – 4 luxury glamping yurts and a new shepherd hut (with more scheduled for later in the year).

Owner of The Red Pump Inn, Jonathan Redhill says “We’ve been getting more and more enquiries from people who want to come to the Red Pump, enjoy one of our famous 40-day dry-aged steaks and stay overnight. As families can’t take their usual holidays abroad, they are looking to stay local and enjoy a mini staycation.”

 This is not your usual camping, this is camping with comforts, this is Glamping. All ages can enjoy a night under the stars in the luxury glamping yurts. Staying nice and cosy next to a wood-burning stove, experience a wonderful night’s sleep on a comfy bed. Roasting marshmallows on the private decking. With beautiful Lancashire views, an unforgettable holiday is guaranteed for couples and families.

Amidst the outstanding natural beauty of the Forest of Bowland sits The Red Pump Inn. Built in 1756 the inn holds much history having been restored to its former glory. Not only with a reputation for serving the best steak in the region, there’s character by the bucket load making them stand out from the crowd. With stone floors, oak beams and crackling open fires as well as 8 luxury French-inspired boutique bed & breakfast rooms. It’s the perfect venue for a night away in the heart of the Ribble Valley.

What their customers say:

“Brilliant stay in a yurt … extremely comfortable and decorated really well with plenty of amenities and in beautiful surroundings.” 2020

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