Mawdesley 1 mile.
A first class detached, brick-built bungalow situated on the owners' spacious grounds, one mile from the pretty village of Mawdesley, and thirteen miles from the seaside resort of Southport.
This superb Lancashire cottage provides contemporary accommodation, perfect for couples or families wishing to explore this largely undiscovered area.
This spacious cottage near Mawdesley boasts a farmhouse-style kitchen with dining area, and a cosy sitting room, featuring a set of French doors from where lovely views across the open fields can be seen.
There are two double bedrooms at your cottage near Southport, and the stylish bathroom has a luxurious corner bath.
This Mawdesley cottage is a great place to relax and unwind, enjoy the open views of the local countryside and the abundance of wildlife that visit the spacious grounds.
Outside this Lancashire cottage is a pleasant patio area, where you may wish to enjoy a morning coffee or pre-dinner drink.
A short walk from this Lancashire cottage brings you to Mawdesley village, where there is an excellent country inn, fishing (available with a valid permit) at Sefton Lakes and a craft centre, and a little further afield jet skiing can be enjoyed at Holmeswood.
For golf enthusiasts, some of the finest courses lie in the vicinity, including Ormskirk and along the coast, and there are wonderful beaches and sand dunes at Formby Point.
There are many nearby attractions, including the Martin Mere nature reserve and Rufford Old Hall, and the Lake District and Western Dales are within driving distance.
This excellent Mawdesley cottage is an ideal base for exploring not only Lancashire, but the wider area.
About the location
Southport 14 miles.
The pretty rural village of Mawdesley is located on the West Lancashire plain between the villages of Eccleston, Rufford and Parbold, just less than 15 miles from the seaside town of Southport. Mawdesley is a regular entrant in Lancashire’s Best Kept Village competition and came first in the “Medium-sized Village” category in 2001 and 2007. The village offers a scattering of traditional brick-built cottages, old farmhouses, barn conversions and a local pub all surrounded by beautiful rolling countryside. This is a quiet and peaceful area, with many things to see and do, including the Martin Mere nature reserve, Mere Sands Wood, and the 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.