In 1867 Lord John Wilson-Patten was made the chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, it is in his honour that the Pattern Arms is named.
The stunning grade 2 listed building situated in the picturesque village of Winmarleigh comprises a warm and cosy bar and separate restaurant dining area set in generous and well-kept gardens.
Jackie and Swin took charge of the Patten in 2001 falling in love with the building and locals, and purchased the pub in 2011 from the Duchy of Lancaster.
During their tenure Jackie and Swin have lovingly maintained the buildings and gardens, and gone on to set up a microbrewery creating craft ales on sight.
In 2019 head chef Matthew Illingworth took charge of the catering having worked within North Lancashire for the preceding 2 decades and being brought up a couple of miles down the road he was the perfect addition to the team.
Diners at the Patten can expect exceptional food and indulge in seasonal local produce.
The Patten Arms is a traditional country pub with an open fire and Beer Garden.
Enjoy a pretty rural location by the Brook, perfect for an afternoon walk after a hearty lunch with the family. Come and pay us a visit, you’ll get a warm welcome!