Tarleton 2 miles.
A delightful holiday home, situated in a quiet area, in the small hamlet of Hesketh Bank, just nine miles from Southport.
In an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, a short drive from the magnificent River Ribble, this is a wonderful base to get away from it all, take in the peaceful surroundings and enjoy the comfort of this holiday home.
Finished to a high standard throughout, the property offers a fantastic retreat for any group whether you’re a couple looking for a romantic retreat, a family looking for a fun-filled adventure or a group of friends looking to reconnect.
Featuring two bedrooms, the master bedroom enjoys a king-size bed, and a lovely twin room across the hall.
A cosy open plan sitting room with kitchen to sit and relax in after a day of exploring.
French doors lead out to a seated decking area and hot tub, a perfect setting for those evenings relaxing and enjoying the wonderful surroundings.
Further afield is Southport, this bustling town has many appealing activities for any age group.
Why not see an air show?
Take a walk down the unique Wesley Street?
Or simply enjoy the coastal views and beaches Southport has to offer.
Whatever you are looking for, this holiday home can be enjoyed at any time of year.
All ground floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x king-size double, 1 x twin. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
About the location
Hesketh Bank 2 miles; Southport 10 miles.
The village of Tarleton is situated in Lancashire 10 miles north east of Southport, and to the south west of Preston, in North West England. The River Douglas runs northwards to the east of the village, which is locally thought to be where the Vikings camped on the river banks of what is now Tarleton. Tarleton is well known for farming as it has rich soils but is also home to a range of shops and places to eat. A short drive takes you to the popular seaside town of Southport which now boasts the second longest pleasure pier in the British Isles, the Southport Pier Tramway and Lord Street, an elegant, tree-lined shopping destination. From Birkdale to Woodvale, sand dunes stretch along the coastline and in Ainsdale in particular, the dunes have now been listed as a National Nature Reserve and a designated Ramsar site. The coastline stretches for 22 miles, with plenty of beaches to be discovered. Southport has scenic parks and gardens to explore, fabulous shopping opportunities, an exciting nightlife, as well as a mouth-watering array of restaurants and traditional seaside amusements.