Scorton is a small rural village situated in Lancashire, England, about 8 miles south of Lancaster. Scorton is in the Forest of Bowland and is popular with day visitors, walkers and cyclists.
Today the village is a popular destination for walkers and cyclists and nearby landmark Nicky Nook is a popular climb.
Scorton is on the banks of the River Wyre and is particularly fortunate in its location, being only a short way from the A6 and yet on the edge of the Forest of Bowland which is a designated 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty'.
Take a trip to Scorton to see all that this beautiful village has to offer. Here is what you can do below:
Daisyclough Nurseries be inspired with our huge choice of hardy perennials, vegetable and bedding plants
The Barn for special gifts, relax in the coffee shop and take a look round the Orchard Garden oasis
The Apple Store fine food in a secret walled garden at the heart of a victorian parkland
Cleveley Bridge, a hidden gem with coarse fishing, holiday lodges & camping pods
The Priory Hotel open daily for breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner
A5094 New Road both ways blocked due to fallen tree at Bank Road.