Castle View House

Castle View, Clitheroe, Lancashire, England, BB7 2DT

01200 442 957 Email this home

Welcome to our house

Set in the delightful market town of Clitheroe, Castle View House offers a warm and friendly atmosphere in this beautiful stone house surrounded by landscaped gardens. The house was built in 1973 and recently renovated in 2018. There are 10 studio-style rooms, each with an ensuite shower and kitchenette. The rooms are unfurnished ready for you to bring your own furniture and belongings to create your own home.

The house is located in the heart of the Ribble Valley, an area well known for its natural beauty. There are many restaurants and pubs nearby if you feel like venturing out for some lunch or an evening meal. We are close to the train and bus stations and many independent shops and cafes. Clitheroe holds a Jazz festival in May and a food Festival in August which we enjoy visiting. The town is a popular tourist destination as people enjoy exploring the surrounding countryside and going for walks to take in the sights and visit some of the historical landmarks.

Castle View has a bright garden terrace which captures the sun beautifully and makes for an enjoyable place to sit out and enjoy the many colours and scents of our plants and shrubs. The gardens here are well maintained, with benches and chairs for you to sit out and while away the hours or spend time with your visitors and other residents. 

This house is managed by the Abbeyfield Ribble Valley Society.


Meet the team

House Manager

Margot has been with us for over ten years and has worked for Abbeyfield for more than twenty years. With her cheerful outlook, she runs a happy house and thrives on working with people enjoying later life. She always goes above and beyond, once learning sign language just to be able to communicate with a deaf resident.

Deputy House Manager

With a background in the care sector and recent experience in a local restaurant, Donna is an able deputy. She enjoys looking after people and engaging with our residents.

Kitchen Assistant

Margaret is our Kitchen Assistant and Cleaner. She worked for the local Girl Guides Headquarters before coming to us in 2007.


It's the little things that make a difference


Our house is surrounded by beautiful landscaped gardens, which are well maintained with benches and chairs allowing you to sit and enjoy the fresh air.


You are more than welcome to bring your own car and there is parking available.

Guest facilities

Our guest facilities make it easy for your friends, family and loved ones to stay over if they wish.

Delicious meals

Our housekeeper is a brilliant cook providing two meals daily.

Communal lounge

Form friendships in our communal lounge.

What's happening at Castle View House

What's the cost?

Cost is a key factor in any decision which is why we believe in being transparent.

Castle View House

from £1020

per month

All included in your monthly cost

Council tax

Services - gas, electric, water

Meals - lunch and dinner

Personal Effects Insurance

Car parking

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