This end-terrace stone cottage overlooks the stunning marketplace in the Lancashire town of Clitheroe.
Coming in an ideal location for exploring the countryside and fine towns of the area, this is a lovely stay for a break with your friends or family.
Enter this cosy cottage through the splendid kitchen/diner, a well-equipped spot benefiting from a delightful dining table set for four - enjoy those home-cooked meals all together.
Adjacent, you will find the welcoming sitting room; relax on the snug leather sofas with the electric fire and TV completing this splendid setup.
At the end of the day, retire to the first floor and take your pick of two delightful double bedrooms, one enhanced by an attractive feature fireplace and views over the town.
Get ready for your day in the modern bathroom, offering a choice of a bath and a separate corner shower.
Step out of the front door and be presented with Clitheroe's assortment of amenities and facilities, from pubs and cafés to the Clitheroe Castle Museum.
In the immediate area you can discover awe-inspiring countryside in some of the area's top locations including Pendle Hill, the Forest of Bowland and the Yorkshire Dales National Park.
The imposing city of Manchester is also accessible and is most certainly worth the 30-mile trip.
A fine cottage placed superbly for touring the North West of England.
Two double bedrooms. Bathroom with a bath, separate shower, basin and WC. Kitchen/diner. Sitting room with electric fire.
About the location
Blackburn 11.7 miles; Preston 18.3 miles; Manchester 33.2 miles
A stunning, bustling town on the fringe of the Forest of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in Lancashire. Clitheroe is the perfect base for a holiday, it offers a great selection of all amenities from a shopping centre to individual shops, plenty of pubs and restaurants to choose from. The town also boasts a Grade I listed castle which also offers a maze and a museum for the children to enjoy. On a rainy day you can visit the Edisford Sports Complex with its swimming pool and football pitch. On the outskirts of Clitheroe there is the historical Brungerley Bridge and the activity-filled Waddow Hall is worth a visit. As well as the Forest of Bowland, the town comes within driving distance of the Yorkshire Dales National Park and the Nidderdale AONB, a perfect position for you walkers and cyclists.