About

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Puddleducks tearoom changed hands in February 2015, and is now owned by Tony and Glenda.

Originally from Colne in Pendle, the duo have a passion and love for delivering homemade, tasty food in a friendly and welcoming environment to their customers.

The traditional tearoom is situated in Dunsop Bridge in the Ribble Valley; it is the exact geographic centre of Great Britain, and is owned by Her Majesty, the Queen.

Located within the Forest of Bowland, an area of outstanding natural beauty, which provides some of the most beautiful, scenic routes for walkers, cyclists, riders and tourists. We pride ourselves on providing comforting refreshments and food to visitors in the area, and sharing our knowledge and love for the area with tourists.

The Trough of Bowland is right on our doorstep and is the most popular route from Dunsop Bridge to Lancaster. Providing walkers, cyclists, tourists and locals with inspiring and mesmerising views, it’s no wonder the village is a landmark and extremely popular in the summer months.

Whether you’re a lover of the outdoors or simply enjoy experiencing new places, come and join us at Puddleducks tearoom, we’ve lots to show you, and we promise you’ll love every second of it.

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6 thoughts on “About

  1. Hi, I called in today and mentioned that I would be leading a ride on Sunday, May 22nd and we would like to call at Puddleducks at about 11am for coffee. I thought an email might be a useful reminder for your diary.
    I expect there to be about 12 of us from Lancaster and South Lakes CTC but I will try to ring as we set off to give you a better figure.
    Best wishes
    Tim

    • Hi,

      Thanks for the message. Please do call us before setting off and we will be happy to accommodate you.

      Regards

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