Burnley 1 mile.
A bright and airy detached bungalow, set in a quiet cul-de-sac adjacent to the owner’s property, one mile from the town of Burnley.
This bungalow maintains rural charm while still being close enough to Burnley for all your needs.
This is the perfect choice for a getaway for two people.
With a light, white exterior (which is carried throughout this tranquil property), inside the bungalow there's a cosy yet spacious sitting room complete with a dining table.
This welcoming holiday home has a separate kitchen, along with a bedroom with two single beds leading to an en-suite shower room.
There is access to a patio area at the side of the property, with seating, an ideal place to relax on warm days.
The nearest shop and pub are one mile away in Burnley, where you will also find restaurants, parks and a golf course.
Walkers and cyclists can explore the iconic Pendle Hill.
Also within driving distance is Manchester, with its many attractions and amenities.
A lovely bungalow to stay in at any time of the year.
About the location
Haworth 18 miles; Skipton 20 miles; Manchester 28 miles.
The market town of Burnley is situated close to Pendle Hill and within reach of the Forest of Bowland, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the Yorkshire Dales National Park. There’s something for everyone in and around Burnley, including Towneley Park, which was once the deer park for the 15th century Towneley Hall, the National Trust managed Gawthorpe Hall in the nearby town of Padiham, the Museum of Local History and the Queen Street Mill Textile Museum. Festivals are also held in Burnley, most notable being the Burnley Balloon Festival in Towneley Park and the International Rock and Blues Festival. In addition to this Burnley has a theatre, a number of shops and pubs and a golf course, or you may wish to explore the town’s waterways with a walk along the river or a boat trip down the canal. Pendle Hill, most notorious for the witch trials of 1612 and is now today a popular destination with walkers and cyclists. The market towns of Colne and Nelson are nearby, and Haworth, made famous by the Bronte sisters, Skipton, the town known as the ‘Gateway to the Yorkshire Dales’ and the city of Manchester are all within driving distance. Burnley is a convenient base for exploring the area.