The village of Roughlee, Lancashire is situated 6 miles north of Burnley in the Pendleside area of East Lancashire. Roughlee is famous because of its location near to Pendle Hill, its white railings and of course, its links with the Pendle Witches – one of whom, Alice Nutter – has been immortalised as a statue in the village.
Roughlee is situated in the Forest of Pendle, an outlier of the Forest of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Follow this link to find out more information about the Forest of Bowland.
The Bay Horse public house was extensively renovated in autumn 2013, transforming it into a beautiful country inn. Bed and Breakfast Accommodation is available at Dam Head Barn and also Thorneyholme. Click here for more details.
Accommodation is also available at Forest of Pendle Leisure Park.
There is an active History Group locally who will happily attempt to answer any related questions at www.pendleforesthistorygroup.co.uk