Sitting in the heart of Whalley's beautiful and thriving village in a prime location at the foot of the Ribble Valley, an area well known for its outstanding natural beauty and scenic walks.


Whalley is rightly proud of its independent shopping scene from children’s wear specialists Hansel and Gretal to Whalley Warm & Dry, a popular outdoor boot fitting specialist, while The Whalley Wine Shop has one of the finest selections of wine, beers, and spirits that Lancashire has to offer. Connected is the Whalley Wine Bar, which is one of a number of pubs and bars within walking distance of Whalley Manor.

For your weekly shop, there are several large supermarkets within easy reach of the new build development with nearby Tesco, Sainsbury’s and Aldi – just a short drive away in Clitheroe where you’ll also find upmarket grocery chain, Booths. Clitheroe’s charming weekly market is a must-visit for all your fresh produce and much more.

For sports, nearby Roefield Leisure boasts tennis courts, football pitches and even a climbing wall. In fact, for a village, Whalley pretty much has all sport bases covered – including a golf club and cricket ground, which is infamous for holding the first ever ‘Roses’ cricket match no less.



Whalley Manor is less than a 10 minute walk from the town centre and is close to several well performing schools, including Whalley Primary School and Ribblesdale High School in nearby Clitheroe.

Despite its semi-rural location in the heart of Lancashire’s lush countryside, our new build development, Whalley Manor, is well connected with all major roads including the A671 and A59 running close to the Ribble Valley village. It’s around 30 minutes to Preston and the M6, about half an hour to Blackburn, an hour to the coast of Blackpool and the bustling city of Manchester.

While Clitheroe Interchange makes it possible to travel by bus to towns in and around Lancashire and Yorkshire. Nearby Whalley railway station, meanwhile, offers hourly – sometimes half-hourly, train services to Blackburn, Bolton and Manchester.


Ribble Valley has been dubbed the Food Capital of the North in recent years with its burgeoning food and drink scene, so you’ll certainly be spoiled for choice when it comes to dining out at top-notch and award-winning restaurants.

And if its culinary scene wasn’t enough to tempt you, there is so much beauty on your doorstep from stunning walking trails winding through the lush Ribble Valley to the majestic Whalley Abbey – Whalley’s most famous site. It’s little wonder this charming village, perched on the banks of the River Calder surrounded by such beautiful countryside and historic interest, has been designated as an Area of Outstanding Beauty in its own right.