Lane Foot Lodge is a stone-built annexe to the owner's property, set in 22 acres of luscious woodland, next to the owners own animal petting farm, in the town of Littleborough in Greater Manchester.
The living arrangements and convenient location make this property the ideal bolthole for a family wanting to explore the North West of England.
This welcoming cottage comes with unorthodox yet charming accommodation with a reverse level layout, the ground floor is occupied by a spacious bedroom which can sleep up to five people, with the main bed able to be separated by a curtain, making it ideal for families with young children to come and stay.
Just off of the bedroom sits a sophisticated, black and white family shower room.
Head upstairs and be greeted by the alluring open plan living area, the exposed stonework and wooden beams give it a real rustic, homely feel.
Cosy up on the comfortable seating with the fire on and watch a family favourite film, or even enjoy a board game or two.
The kitchen area is amply-equipped with everything you will need to set you up for a weekend in the countryside.
This is not just a cosy winter cottage, Lane Foot Lodge can be enjoyed just as much in the summer sun, its private decking area offers a delightful space to relax and take in the lavish hill views surrounding you.
Littleborough provides everything that you need for a country cottage getaway, with lovely scenery and a wide range of shops, cafés and restaurants to enjoy, you will never want to leave!
Only a 10 minute walk is the well known Hollingworth Lake Country Park, which is perfect for a day out with the family, with lots of walks to explore, it even has a water activity center where you can arrange to try out wind surfing, and other water based sports.
Nearby is the delightful market town of Hebden Bridge providing a great day out for everybody to enjoy and you can have a picnic or seek the attractive Hebden Old Packhorse Bridge.
For a relaxing family break at any time of year, Lane Foot Lodge is the one for you.
About the location
Hebden Bridge 10 miles; Saddleworth 11 miles.
Set beneath hills and wild moorland at the edge of the Pennines, the area around Littleborough is dissected by tranquil waterways and lakes where you can explore some of the North West’s finest countryside. Sweeping hillsides and rolling hills are right on the doorstep with the village also offering coffee shops, restaurants and unique independent retailers. Littleborough Farmers' Market and Craft Fair is worth a visit and is held on the second Sunday of every month. Hollingworth Lake and Country Park is just outside the village and visitors can enjoy many outdoor attractions and an excellent visitor centre. Spanning 118 acres with the dramatic backdrop of Blackstone Edge, the lake is one of the most popular days out in the area. With boating, a nature reserve, trails, events, guided walks, community arts, environmental exhibitions, play and picnic areas it is the perfect day out for all the family. The water activity centre caters for groups and individuals wanting instruction in windsurfing, dinghy sailing and other water-based sports, and also arranges training for groups in mountain biking and climbing. The lake is also a base for a sailing club and a rowing club. The Country Park has plenty of walking routes, from easy strolls around the lake shore to sturdier treks in the surrounding hills. Littleborough is ideally situated to visit the Yorkshire Dales and the northern Peak District as well as being within easy reach of the vibrant cities of Manchester and Leeds, both of which can be reached via the train station at Littleborough. With its beautiful preserved stone buildings, Littleborough and nearby Hollingworth Lake and Country Park are well worth a visit.