Map & Directions
An area of outstanding natural beauty, well-known for its scenic countryside, delicious food and famous landmarks, Ribble Valley is at the official centre of the Kingdom and is a place infused with history, holding a wonderfully rich heritage.
- 60 minutes by car to Manchester International Airport
- 75 minutes by car to Leeds International Airport
- 70 minutes by car to Liverpool International Airport
- 1 hour by air to London Heathrow (from Manchester International Airport)
- 2.5 hours by rail to London Euston (from Preston train station)
A location fit for a Queen
Stonyhurst is located in heart of the Ribble Valley in Lancashire, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the Northwest of England. An inspiring and peaceful location, the other major landowner in the region is the Queen, through her Duchy of Lancaster. Royal biographer Sarah Bradford revealed in her book, Elizabeth, that the Queen herself would retire to the Ribble Valley if she could.
At Stonyhurst children can enjoy being children and grow into outstanding young adults while benefiting from the wellbeing, safety and happiness that comes with life in the countryside. The school is based in a rural village in the Forest of Bowland called Hurst Green and Clitheroe and Whalley are our nearest small towns.
How & where to find us
For satellite navigation use postcode: BB7 9PX
Discover the beauty of the Ribble Valley
Useful links about the local area
Discover what Stonyhurst looks like before you arrive
We have developed an immersive, state-of-the-art virtual tour to provide prospective families with an opportunity to explore Stonyhurst College and Stonyhurst St Mary’s Hall from the comfort and safety of their own homes. Using the latest digital technology, prospective parents and their families can take a tour of the facilities on offer.