Visit Chipping and the surrounding villages and stay in bed & breakfast accommodation:
Chipping, Lancashire. This charming village has beautiful scenery around, with moorland on the North. It lies in an agricultural area with some old industry. The Church of St Bartholomew is mainly early l6th-century with 19th-century restoration, but traces survive of all periods from the 12th century onward. There is a 12th-century piscina.
At Bleasdale, North West of the village, an important discovery was made of wooden posts in a circular area similar to Woodhenge, and relics of human occupation were also found. The posts were intact at a certain distance below ground level but threatened to decay after exposure to the air. They were removed to Preston Museum and concrete posts substituted to mark the site.
Nearby cities: Preston
Nearby towns: Blackburn, Clitheroe, Lancaster, Morecambe
Nearby villages: Accrington, Altham, Balderstone, Billington, Catterall, Chatburn, Church, Clayton-le-Moors, Cockerham, Forton, Fulwood, Galgate, Garstang, Goosnargh, Great Harwood, Great Mitton, Grimsargh, Grindleton, Harrop Fold, Huncoat, Hurst Green, Inglewhite, Inskip, Langho, Lea Town, Marshaw, Mellor, Mitton, Oswaldtwistle, Pendleton, Penwortham, Ribchester, Rishton, Sabden, Samlesbury, Sawley, Sawley, Scorton, Scotforth, Shireshead, Simonstone, Slaidburn, St. Michaels on Wyre, Tarnbrook, Waddington, Walton le Dale, Whalley, Whitechapel, Whitewell, Wilpshire, Winmarleigh, Woodplumpton
Have you decided to visit Chipping or the surrounding villages? Please look above for somewhere to stay in:
- a Chipping bed and breakfast (a Chipping B&B or Chipping b and b)
- a Chipping guesthouse
- a Chipping hotel (or motel)
- a Chipping self-catering establishment, or
- other Chipping accommodation