An immaculate, brick-built former farm building on the owners' arable farm on the edge of the pretty village of Bispham Green, ten miles from the genteel seaside resort of Southport.
Voted the Best Self Catering Holiday Provider 2014, at the Visit Lancashire awards, this Lancashire cottage provides luxurious contemporary accommodation, perfect for families wishing to explore this largely undiscovered area.
Furnished and decorated with flair, this Lancashire cottage retains original beams and woodwork with exposed brickwork and a beautiful mezzanine floor, which houses the en-suite double bedroom.
The spacious open plan living area at this Lancashire cottage boasts a large attractive feature stained glass window overlooking open fields, whilst the well-equipped kitchen has a Belfast sink, beech worktops and slate flooring.
Outside this Lancashire cottage is a pleasant patio area, and guests have access to private freshwater ponds where free fishing is available.
A short walk from this Lancashire cottage brings you to Bispham Green where there is an excellent choice of country inns renowned for good food and a local farm shop provides up-market produce.
For golf enthusiasts, some of the finest courses lie in the vicinity, including Ormskirk and along the coast, whilst there are excellent beaches and sand dunes at Formby Point.
With many nearby attractions including the Martin Mere nature reserve and Rufford Old Hall, this Lancashire cottage is also well placed to visit the Lake District and the Western Dales.
This Lancashire cottage is an ideal base for a family holiday.
Note: This property can be booked with Ref 3995 to accommodate 6 people.
Two bedrooms: 1 x double with en-suite bath, shower over, basin and WC, 1 x ground floor twin. Ground floor shower room with shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with electric stove.
About the location
Southport 10 miles.
Steeped in history, in the lovely West Lancashire village of Bispham Green, once famous for its basket weaving, is home to a scattering of traditional brick-built cottages, old farmhouses and barn conversions, all surrounded by beautiful rolling countryside, and offering a number of country pubs, renowned locally for excellent service and fine cuisine. This is a quiet and peaceful area, with many things to do and see, including the Martin Mere nature reserve, Mere Sands Wood, and the heritage market town of Ormskirk. The classic Victorian seaside town of Southport is just a short drive, and offers some of the finest golf courses in Britain, excellent shopping, a beautiful promenade, the annual Southport Flower Show and the not-to-be-missed annual Air Show. With excellent road and rail links to Manchester, Cumbria and the Lakes, Liverpool with its colourful heritage and the western Dales, this is a location that is worth discovering whatever the time of year.