THE FISH ARE AWESOME THIS YEAR. THERE ARE LOADS OF MASSIVE BLUES, RAINBOWS AND BROWNS READY TO TEST YOUR TACKLE!
STOCKS WILL RE-OPEN ON SATURDAY FEBRUARY 23rd 2019
KEEP YOUR FINGER ON THE PULSE
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Records:- Rainbow 22lbs 12oz, Brown 16lb 12oz, Blue 12lbs 6oz
Available as self catering or as B and B
Dog & Partridge - Tosside accommodation, restaurant/cafe
Waddington Arms: 6 six en-suite bedrooms
The Plough Inn: 9 miles away 8 double & 4 single rooms and restaurant.
01729 840 243
The Parkers Arms: 3 miles from Stocks. 4 double/ twin rooms and restaurant.
01200 446 236
Hark To Bounty Inn: nine residential bedrooms 01200 446246
Slaidburn 0870 770 6034
The Avenue Hotel @ Brockhall Tel : 01254 244811
Clerk Laithe Lodge 01200 446989
Dale House B and B 01200 411095
Wood End Farm: Dunsop 01200 448223
Pinder Hill Bed & Breakfast 01200 859185
Foxhill Barn Bed and Breakfast Gisburn 01200 415906
Peter Barn Bed and Breakfast Waddington 01200 428585
Lower Gill Holiday Cottages Tosside 01200 447009
Primrose & Jasmine holiday Cottages Clapham Yorkshire Dales
Dale House Camping Barn 01200 411095
Crawshaw Farm: 3 miles Away Basic facilities. 01200 446638
Edisford Caravan Site: 12 miles away. 01200 425 294
Local Attractions for links to info about local attractions go to our links page >>
Close by are many attractive villages with craft and antique shops, ancient churches and places to stroll and picnic a plenty. Of particular note are Slaidburn, Dunsop Bridge, Bolton by Bowland, Chipping and Waddington. Also close by are the market towns of Clitheroe, Settle and Skipton packed with things to see and do.
During the summer there are local Steam Fairs, Festivals, agricultural shows and village fairs aplenty.
There are visitor centres at Settle and Bashall Barn near Clitheroe.
Walking Cycling and Bird Watching
Stocks nestles at one end of Gisburn forest with its superb cycle ways and footpaths and we are just a stones throw from the Yorkshire Dales National Park, Forest of Bowland AONB, and the Ribble Valley with its quiet country roads, riverside walks ancient abbeys and picturesque villages.