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Bridge End

(Ref. 971349)

Worston near Downham, Cumbria & The Lake District Show on map

3.6

Sykes rating

  • 4 Guests

  • 2 Bedrooms

  • 1 Bathroom

  • Pets No

Features

  • Off road parking
  • Open fire
  • Garden / Patio
  • Cot available
  • Highchair available
  • Pub/shop < 1 mile
  • Washing machine
  • Broadband / WiFi

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  • great (4)
  • cottage (3)
  • heating (3)
  • water (3)
  • about (3)
  • lovely (3)

10 Customer Reviews

  • "Owner's daughter was lovely and helped us resolve a few issues, even bringing us some fresh eggs."

    Surrounding area is gorgeous. Goats and chickens to the front, sheep and lambs behind. Loads of great walking / hiking areas all around, you don't need to drive anywhere. The cottage however was dirty and very dusty though. My wife and son had problems with the dust due to asthma. The microwave oven looked like something had exploded inside it a long time ago. Cottage really does need a deep clean. It's not possible to control the heating, so it's either boiling or freezing inside (there's a thermostat on each radiator but they don't work and the main system is on a timer). Shower is electric and has no power - my wife had to wash her hair at home of family nearby. Definitely needs a new and modern central heating / warm water system. Double bed isn't very comfy - it's too small in width and length, and felt a bit like a trampoline - more spring than cushion. A new bed would be a wise investment. The farm track up to the cottage could do with having the potholes filled in. Be careful if you're not driving an actual tractor.

    Reviewed by Matthew2.8Apr 2023

  • "The cold day we arrived there was no heating and the property owners were not ..."

    The cold day we arrived there was no heating and the property owners were not availableNo way to turn on heating No instructions about heating Very remote almost inaccessible on narrow lane

    We are always available on the 2 mobile numbers available to guests. Voicemail messages were left on a landline when nobody was at home. If contact was made to the above numbers then your issues would have been resolved straight away. My family have lived here for 50 years and have not had any access issues. Property Owner

    Reviewed by Francis2.2Nov 2021

  • "A wonderful place to visit with beautiful views."

    Very friendly and helpful owners. Well organised. All facilities as we are home. We enjoyed Fireplace indoor & BBQ outdoor. Hope to visit again!!!

    Reviewed by Mudassar5.0Oct 2021

  • "On arrival we found the property to be damp and musty, despite the central heating being on."

    The WiFi did not work and the bed and pillows were uncomfortable and damp. The heating went off at 8.00 p.m. and the property has no control for heating and water. The lighting was dim and the kitchen was poorly equipped. The standard did not approach the 4 tick Sykes rating that we have become accustomed to. In reality it did not approach the 3 tick Sykes rating of properties we have used. We left after one night but fortunately received reimbursement for the remainder of the week.

    Reviewed by Keith1.6Oct 2021

  • "The owner was exceptionally friendly and very helpful for walks in the area."

    A good quiet base to visit a lovely part of the country.

    Reviewed by piers3.8Jul 2021

  • "Great little place for a weekend hideaway"

    Reviewed by Jen4.4Jul 2021

  • "There was a problem with hot water."

    We had no or very little hot water every evening. We pointed this out to the lady owner and she told us there was nothing she could do about that. She suggested we had a shower instead of a bath. We found that quite rude. We purposely booked a cottage with a bath so that we could have a recovery bath after our long cycle rides. We were also unable to get hot water out of the kitchen taps so could not wash up when we wanted to. The cottage was clean and in a lovely situation but it certainly didn’t warrant a 4 tick rating. The birds were quite uncomfortable and the pillows were very poor. We generally find Sykes 4 tick accommodation of a high standard .

    I wasn't aware that you particularly wanted a recovery bath after cycling which is why I suggested a shower. I spoke to you on the first evening of your stay when you stated that the flow of water was slow. I am not in a position to alter water pressure as it flows from our natural spring. If, however during your stay you would have mentioned you required more hot water I would of course have been happy to provide it. Our properties have all been inspected by Visit Britain and have all been awarded a four star rating Property Owner

    Reviewed by Deborah2.5Jun 2021

  • "Nice restfull holiday, great views,, good restaurant near by, and small town ..."

    Nice restfull holiday, great views,, good restaurant near by, and small town about 3 miles away,, great base to explore from,,,

    Reviewed by Patrick3.8Oct 2020

  • "Great to be, away in a, safe environment in Covid times!"

    Reviewed by Kay4.7Sep 2020

  • "Very homely cottage."

    Quite and peaceful.. Everything provided for comfort and convenience. Owners very friendly and helpful

    Reviewed by Peter5.0Jun 2019

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Summary

  • All ground floor
  • Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x bunk room (child size bunk beds only suitable for children) Bathroom with a shower over bath, basin and WC
  • Open-plan living area with a kitchen, dining area and a sitting area with a woodburning stove.
  • Oil central heating with woodburning stove
  • Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, washing machine, TV with Freeview, DVD
  • WiFi
  • Fuel, power and starter pack for stove inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Highchair, stairgate and travel cot on request
  • Ample off road parking
  • Enclosed rear patio and lawn with furniture
  • Sorry, no pets and no smoking
  • Shop 2 miles and pub 1 mile.Note: Bunk beds are only suitable for children only.

The property

This characterful, Lancashire stone cottage rests on Angram Green Farm in the north of the Forest of Bowland AONB.

With warming open-plan living, a woodburning stove, excellent countryside views and a superb location for touring the surrounding countryside, Bridge End is the ideal stay for a group of outdoor enthusiasts seeking a memorable holiday.

Note: This cottage can be booked with Ref.971350, together they sleep up to 9 people.

Angram Green Farm Cottages

These three cosy, stone-built cottages rest on the owner's sheep farm, at the foot of Pendle Hill near the village of Downham in the Forest of Bowland AONB. With easy access to the incredible countryside of the Forest of Bowland, as well as the Lake District, the Yorkshire Dales and the scenic Lancashire coast, these homely bolt hole properties act as the perfect base for a holiday exploring the outdoors. The cottages come with wonderfully warming interiors, the sitting areas boast rustic wooden beams and doors as well as fabulous woodburning stoves and Freeview TVs to sit and watch when you're not out walking the surrounding countryside. The kitchen and dining areas are charming and well-equipped, providing a delightful spot to prepare and enjoy each mealtime in the company of your loved ones. At the end of a long day, retire to the lovingly decorated, peaceful bedrooms some showcasing the most incredible views of the surrounding countryside. The Angram Green Farm Cottages benefit from their own private gardens, with well-maintained lawns and patio areas to sit out on and enjoy your wonderful rural location. Nature lovers will never want to leave these delightful country cottages, with almost endless opportunities to walk and cycle the nearby countryside, AONBs and National Parks. This location comes in between the picturesque Lancashire coast to the west and the majestic city of Leeds to the east; both make for excellent days out for a taste of something different. A trio of heartwarming cottages in a superb location.

Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £100.

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About the location

DOWNHAM

Clitheroe 3.3 miles.

Set at the foot of Pendle Hill, the village of Downham is within the Forest of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. This village is a charming base with the award-winning gastro pub, the Assheton Arms, a lovely tearoom, a seasonal ice cream shop and a village green. With fantastic views of the surrounding area, Downham will not disappoint. Nearby is the market town of Clitheroe which has a number of attractions on offer including the castle and museum, Bowland Brewery and a variety of galleries. It is also well worth seeing what events are upcoming at The Grand with a selection of live music and cinema nights. There are four circular walks that will show you the town and surrounding area and Clitheroe Gold Club is ideal for any enthusiasts in the group. With such breathtaking countryside on your doorstep, this is an outstanding location for your next break away.