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Penny Street Bridge

AA three star Townhouse

Our lively bar and grill are the perfect spot for catching up with friends or colleagues - great food, simply prepared - all served with a cheery smile.


Feel the history in the air

On the former site of a Corporation Toll House which was demolished in 1901, now stands Penny Street Bridge.

The building went through a number of transitions, first being rebuilt as two public houses – White Cross Hotel and the Corporation Arms – which later became known as simply the Farmer’s Arms. In 2007 it was completely transformed into one big space with a £2 million refurbishment programme by Daniel Thwaites Brewery. Today it’s a vast, airy building with 28 bedrooms, bar, brasserie, courtyard, period features and a haven for business and pleasure in the heart of Lancaster.