Resting in the small village of Stanhill close to the industrial town of Oswaldtwistle, tucked away within formal gardens, is The Manor House a beautiful, large stone-built Victorian Gentlemans residence sleeping up to twelve guests.
This Lancashire gem boasts spectacular open country side views from every room.
This picture-perfect property, enjoys contemporary features and style, with a hot tub and games room including a snooker table, it serves as an amazing setting to enjoy a break with family and friends.
Spend long evenings amidst loved ones in the spacious kitchen/diner, with a traditional long dining table with bench seating perfect for gathering around and a woodburning stove to warm you.
A Smart TV can entertain while the evening meal is cooked, making use of the excellent range of appliances in the kitchen and utility, while conversation is shared over drinks or coffee from the coffee machine, at the kitchen island.
Step a top the limestone flooring and head to the games room for a game of snooker on the snooker table, or enjoy some entertainment from the Smart TV in the sitting room with plenty of sofas to relax on, with a second sitting room perfect for the little ones, or maybe just you if you want a quiet moment.
The beautiful conservatory will allow you to bask in the abundance of light even on a cooler day, whilst sunny days can be spent out in the large garden, eating alfresco at the patio furniture or taking a relaxing dip in the hot tub.
The Manor House benefits from a ground-floor king-size bedroom, which can be a twin room on request due to zip/link beds, and is served by a beautiful ground-floor bathroom with a Jacuzzi bath.
Head upstairs to discover the remaining five bedrooms, with another king-size zip/link bedroom with a Smart TV and an en-suite shower room, a king-size bedroom with an en-suite wet room, a kingsize bedroom with an ensuite shower room and a double and a twin, so you are sure to find the perfect sleeping spot for each member of your party.
There is also a travel cot and a highchair for the little ones at the property.
Stanhill Village has its own local pub and restaurant, which is a 5 minute walk from the property.
If you can tear yourself away, then enjoy a family day out at Grip & Go based in Rossendale.
This family-friendly climbing centre has 21 walls of fun, with anyone over age 4 welcome to take part, and if you're a thrill seeker then take the ultimate challenge and attempt their 'Leap of Faith', with a café here too for those who prefer to watch!
The nearby Ribble Valley and Forest of Bowland (AONB) is a haven for walkers and cyclists alike.
Climb Pendle Hill and learn about the witches from this area.
There is also Gisburn Forest for walking, and mountain biking trails for all levels and abilities in this picturesque setting.
The popular market town of Clitheroe in the Ribble Valley is closeby, where you can visit the famous Castle which stands proud above Clitheroe.
This picturesque town has many individual shops, wine bars, cafes and restaurants.
The National Trust's Gawthorpe Hall is an Elizabethan house now home to art and textile collections, set in beautiful grounds, while the Towneley Art Gallery & Museum, set in a stately home, hosts Victorian and Pre Raphelite art as well as local history.
Get out in nature and visit Brockholes Nature Reserve which is home to rare bird species in this wetland and woodland location, and visit the unique floating visitor village.
As well as being just around a 30-minute drive from the Forest of Bowland AONB, Manor House is a beautiful, traditional property, brought into the 21st century and perfect for a family gathering in Lancashire.