With a superb range of local beers (from their onsite brewery!), wonderful wines, artisan spirits and food crafted from quality products many sourced locally you are sure of a fantastic experience when visiting the Peacock at Barlow.
Uncomplicated, patriotic comfort food is their games and the chefs strive to ensure simple is always sensational!
With a fantastic outdoor seating area it is one of the best seats in the village to watch the parade go by, you're sure of a fantastic atmosphere, food and drink at the Peacock.
The Tickled Trout prides itself on serving great pub food alongside innovative specials using the highest quality artisan ingredients available.
The award winning gastro pub serves both fine wine and great local ales and combines a relaxing atmosphere with excellent customer service.
The Blessing of the Wells procession concludes at the Tickled Trout and being the first pub on the Carnival parade route you are sure of a fantastic atmosphere.
Located next to St Lawrence Church and opposite the Main Well, Hackney House is reputed to be one of the oldest tea tooms in the county.
Serving a variety of soups, sandwiches, pies, salads, panini's all freshly made on the premises.
Right on the parade route it is the perfect place to grab a bite to eat before joining in the fun!
With the amount of accommodation we now have in the village it is obvious people love Barlow as much as we do. Book a room and make a short break of it and join for all of the celebrations. Below is just some of the accommodation available in the village.
The Peacock at Barlow
With eight boutique bedrooms, four within the main pub building and four in the converted barn. each has its own irresistible charm and unique character. Click here to book
The Tickled Trout
With two holiday cottages nestled either side of the pub it makes the perfect place to stay. Find out more here