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Pendle Hill Cottage

Sabden, Cumbria & The Lake District (Ref. 1044847)

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  • Sleeps 4

  • Bedrooms 2

  • Bathrooms 1

  • Pets Yes

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2 Customer Review(s)

  • Mrs Taylor

    “We had a lovely time in this lovely cottage.”

    The position was lovely as it was easy to get to places to visit and we loved the walks in the local facinity.

    The position was lovely as it was easy to get to places to visit and we loved the walks in the local facinity. We loved sitting on the deck morning and evening it was a very welcoming place.

    - Mrs Taylor, May 2021

The property

A stylish abode from which to base a couples' escape to this rural area of Lancashire, Pendle Hill Cottage is a superb base for a couple or group of four seeking to explore the Forest of Pendle and beyond.

Sitting within the charming village of Sabden at the foot of Pendle Hill in walking distance of its amenities, with Clitheroe, Burnley and beyond just a scenic drive away, this terraced cottage is perfectly placed for your relaxing retreat.

Venture past the flagged courtyard and breathe in the fresh countryside air, before stepping into the beautifully presented sitting room; perch on one of the luxurious sofas, one of them conveniently can be made into a sofa bed to offer a flexible sleeping arrangement, and light up the woodburning stove for those relaxing evenings in.

Follow the property around to find the lovely dining area with seating for four, sit here to keep the chef of the group company as they make the most of the fantastic appliances and utensils at hand in the adjacent kitchen, with a sleek breakfast bar for two being found here for those more romantic moments.

In the summer months be sure to dine alfresco on your very own private decking, with a plush seating arrangement and stunning countryside views, it makes a true idyll to wind down in each evening.Take the stairs to the first floor to find the two sleeping spots made up of a king-size and a small double (4 ft), both boasting their very own TVs so you can catch up with your favourite shows from beneath the comfort of the covers, the sparkling shower room being here too where you can prepare for your day in style, the heated towel rail keeping your towel cosy after a day of rambling.

Begin your days with a stroll along the Sabden Brook leading you into the centre of the village where you can find all the amenities you could need for a self-catered stay, with a choice of two convenience stores where you can pick up some essentials for a picnic amongst the beauty of the forest, as well as a Post Office to send off your postcards to your loved ones back home and two pubs to choose from, you can find a whole host of wonderful amenities on your doorstep.

Enjoy a walk around Sabden Park, or if you're seeking a more challenging ramble, make your way up to the Nick of Pendle, the views being well-worth the venture, a truly tranquil picnic spot.

The excitement of the Pendle Ski Club can also be found just outside the village centre, offering lessons for all ages, it's perfect for those seeking to try out a new challenge, or spend a leisurely day at the Pendle Antique Centre, sitting within an old mill, it makes a popular stop off with visitors seeking Pendle Hill, also well-worth a visit for those interested in its links to the famed 1612 witch trials.

Venture to the nearby market town of Clitheroe, with the Clitheroe Castle Museum making the perfect place to while away the hours for the history lover, with plenty of independent shops to explore and indulgent eateries to take your pick from too.

A scenic drive will bring you to the town of Burnley, hosting a wide range of attractions for all tastes such as watersports, picturesque parks to roam, golf, and so much more.

In a prime position for exploring the wonders of Lancashire, including the Forest of Bowland or further afield the Lake District or the Yorkshire Dales, Pendle Hill Cottage is the perfect choice for your rural escape.


  • Two bedrooms: 1 x king-size with TV, 1 x small double with TV
  • Shower room with shower, basin, heated towel rail and WC
  • Kitchen with dining seating for two
  • Dining room with seating for four.
  • Sitting room with woodburning stove and sofa bed
  • Gas central heating and woodburning stove
  • Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, washer/dryer, dishwasher, hairdryer, 3 x TVs with Freeview and Netflix and WiFi
  • Fuel and power inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Roadside parking on a first-come, first-served basis
  • Front flagged courtyard
  • Rear decking with furniture
  • One well-behaved pet welcome
  • Sorry, no smoking
  • Shop 0.2 miles, pub 0.1 miles
  • Note: The small double bed can only be accessed from one side
  • Note: Due to style of property stairs are steep, may not be suitable for the less mobile

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About the location


Clitheroe 4.2 miles; Burnley 6.6 miles; Skipton 21.2 miles

Sabden is a lovely village resting at the foot of Pendle Hill, in the Forest of Pendle section of the Forest of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The village hosts a good selection of amenities for any self-catered stay including two convenience stores, a Post Office, a scatter of independent shops and two pubs, The White Hart and The Pendle Witch Hotel serving traditional Real Ales and wonderful live entertainment. Enjoy a leisurely stroll around Sabden Park with plenty to entertain the little ones or enjoy a more scenic ramble at the Nick of Pendle for some of the most spectacular views of the surrounding scenery. Nearby you will also find Pendle Ski Club where you can try your hand at its dry slopes, with the Pendle Antique Centre housed in an old mill being a unique wonder to visit too. Venture further into the forest to discover the wonder of Pendle Hill, famed for its links to the witch trials of 1612, it offers a beautiful walking route enchanted with mystery, with the 43 mile Pendle Way and parts of the Bronte Way being accessed from here too. Explore the charming Ribble Valley to find the quaint market town of Clitheroe, offering fantastic shopping experiences and a historic day out at Clitheroe Castle Museum, it makes a lovely place to while away the hours, while Burnley is also just a scenic drive away where you can find plenty of opportunities for golfing with the Prairie Sports Village boasting a 16-bay floodlit driving range, academy and nine-hole mini golf course, while there are also a range of family-friendly attractions such as watersports including rowing and kayaking at Thompson Park, and windsurfing and sailing at Clowbridge Reservoir, a theatre, even more shopping and a plethora of eateries. Enjoy the peace and tranquilility of the Forest of Bowland for even more natural wonder, or embark on a journey to discover Skipton, Blackburn and beyond.

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