Resting with an elevated position, overlooking the beautiful Lancashire countryside, with views stretching towards Pendle Hill, is this thoughtfully designed garage conversion.
This fabulous area engulfs the property in panoramic scenes of rambling hills and verdant green fields, a tranquil retreat for romantic couples looking to get away-from-it-all.
Climb up the external staircase to the balcony boasting a glass balustrade, from here you can step out from the accommodation on a crisp morning and absorb the beautiful landscapes before you.
The front door leads you into an open-plan interior presenting excellent quality and style from all angles.
The kitchen to your left is well-presented with pastel blue base units, white wall panelling and Velux windows.
This sleek design comes together nicely with a breakfast bar and a lovely sitting area positioned adjacent.
Curl up with your loved one and watch a film together on the Smart TV or simply enjoy each other’s company amongst the lavish set-up surrounding you.
Through a solid oak door is the double bedroom positioned at the rear of the cottage, beautifully laid out with a stylish en-suite shower room to accompany, a fabulous place to get ready in the morning with mirrored walls and sleek, slate grey tiling around the shower.
Indulge in the outdoor private hot tub, a romantic spot to soak up the natural beauty of an evening, a cosy sitting area rests next to this for you cool off afterwards, with a refreshing beverage in hand.
The rural village abounding the property offers a few local pubs and other useful amenities, however the town of Clitheroe is only a short drive away offering plenty more to see and do.
For those yearning to get outdoors and explore the wondrous scenery of the area and journey on a selection of leisurely strolls or more challenging trails, Pendle Hill, Forest of Bowland and Longridge Fell are all close by with many points of interest to discover.
Or why not visit North Cote Manor, a micheline star restaurant close by?
This beautiful bolthole is the perfect retreat for you and your loved one.
About the location
Blackburn 4.5 miles; Longridge 8.6 miles
Langho is a small rural village around 5 miles north of Blackburn in the Ribble Valley of Lancashire. The village is split into two halves of the old and new, new Langho developed when the construction of the railway took place in the mid-19th century, turning it into a minor but still thriving commercial centre. The new church of St Leonard was built in 1879 because that at Old Langho was considered to be too far away, however even the new church is now rather isolated since the A59 roundabout was built. The ancient part of the village is considered a real gem, steeped in history for visitors to explore, the old church of St Leonard was built from masonry taken from Whalley Abbey, which was demolished in 1537 on the orders of Henry VIII. There are pubs and eateries among a few small shops and a school in the village. The wider area however, boasts many points of interest to be discovered such as, Longridge Fell which lies at the southern end of the Forest of Bowland AONB, and whose summit rests above wild forestry, benefitting some wonderful vistas to the north and west, in particular towards Fair Snape Fell and the Trough of Bowland. Nearby Whalley provides excellent walking at Spring Wood and boasts a fabulous golf club, and the Dean Clough Resevoir offers more walking routes as well as cycling and mountain biking, with some fantastic landscapes to behold. Further afield and for those looking for a vibrant town to explore, Blackburn offers a wide variety of eateries as well as an array of attractions to entertain all ages. There are a number of public pieces of art around the centre along with art galleries and museums for a rainy day. Discover Blackburn's fabulous history on one of the heritage trails, explore Blackburn Cathedral and some of the finest country houses in the surrounding area. Turton Tower is a distinctive English country home located in the small village of Turton, just 15 miles away, on the edge of the West Pennine Moors, portraying evidence of the Tudor and early Stuart periods. This wonderful area of the North West has much on offer, whether you feel like a leisurely stroll, a lively night out or delving deep in history, it has it all, engulfing a delightful village in which to base your holiday break.