New 40-bed boutique set to launch as part of £10m transformation of derelict textiles mill


A new boutique hotel is set to open in Clitheroe at the end of the month, as the £10m transformation of a former textiles mill steps up.

The 1823 Spinning Block will be the latest phase to open at the Grade-II listed site, which now includes the Bowland Brewery and Beer Hall and the Bowland food hall.

The site was acquired in 2015 by James’ Place group and has been undergoing an extensive redevelopment ever since.

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Once open, the boutique hotel will be home to 40 bedrooms plus a bar and bistro and will be ‘stylish and imaginatively designed’.

Marketing manager for Holmes Mill, Heidi Kettle said that the bedrooms will be ‘pared back, with an urban tone’ to reflect the rest of the Mill.

The bistro, bar and grill will be a modern British seafood and grill restaurant, to complement the small tapas ethos served in the food hall.

James Place’s portfolio comprises six properties around Clitheroe and the Ribble Valley, including The Royal Hotel and The Falcon.

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