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Places to stay in Helmshore

Places to stay in Helmshore
*As seen on The Great Staycation: Dot's Farm, BBC 1 HD* Alden Yurt is tucked away in the woodland on our farm. It's lined with hand knitted tapestries of native British trees and has a toasty wood burning stove, specialist thermal insulation and a comfy full sized double bed angled so you can doze off while watching the fire. Recline in the old wicker armchair and enjoy. The nightly price is the same whether you book for one or two guests Nosy at our farm on insta @cronkshawfold
*Please no smoking inside or in the doorway or near the yurt. The fabric holds the smell and it takes days to take down and £££ to dry clean* The yurt is well insulated and covered with knitted tapestries of the woodland depicting the four seasons - can you identify which trees? A comfortable full size double bed will be made up for you on arrival with sheets and blankets. The bed faces the glass fronted wood burner so you can watch the flames dance as you drift off to sleep. The wood burner is one of the newest designs available from 'Esse cookers and stoves' and heats up the yurt to toasty temperatures. We've had guests say they had to open the doors when it was -8c outside and snowing because they were too hot inside! If you are coming during a cold period please make sure you are a confident fire lighter - the stove takes a while to get going and you will get chilly if you can't light it. Bring a girl scout or read a Ray Mears book to make sure you're confident on getting the fire going and keeping it going through the night :) We provide wood for one night per stay. You can buy more from the farm or local shop, Nearys, in Helmshore. We also provide spring water, there's an urn in the yurt and more on tap in the kitchenette. There is a table and two chairs for eating/ painting/working ( please note the lighting in the yurt is not super bright, so for reading/ card games at night you'd need to bring a torch) space for luggage, a crockery shelf and a dog bed for visiting pooches (who must stay on their leads as we have free range chickens - sorry pooches, they don't like playing tig) We ask guests with dogs to make sure paws are wiped clean before going inside and that you bring your own dog blankets for pooches to rest on. Please do not use our blankets for dogs or allow your dog to get on any of our bedding. We really super appreciate this :) Around a 5 minute walk from the yurt is a small kitchenette with a microwave, kettle, sink with hot and cold running water, fridge and washing machine, there is no hob/ oven currently. Next to the kitchenette is a toilet and wash basins. These facilities are shared with our farm staff for brewing up and lunch brakes - this is a working farm so we can't promise they will be super tidy or mud free, though we do try to keep the farm chaos out of these areas! We're happy to talk farmy things with you should we bump into you when brewing up. Currently there are no showering/ bath facilities so people willing to have a flannel wash are the best types of guest for the Alden Yurt. There is no electricity but there is plenty of battery powered lights to illuminate the yurt and which are operated via a remote so you can turn all the lights on/ off from bed/ the doorway/ anywhere in the yurt. We also have silent battery powered dehumidifiers in the yurt to ensure their is no dampness in the air - the yurt might be made from canvas, but there is nothing damp or tent-like about staying in this little cosy home from home. As we're full time farmers and we're currently trying to expand the farm business we ask our guests to tidy up, strip the bed, refill the log bins and take litter home with you when you leave. We can't express or highlight enough how grateful we are when you do this. It really makes a massive difference to us and saves us so much time, which means we can offer our yurt at a reasonable price to lovely people like you lot looking to have a cheap rural escape :) 99% of people are fab and leave the yurt as spotless as when they arrived. Don't be the 1% who don't (or we will bury you alive in the muck heap! Just kidding!) CHECK IN is any time at all from 5pm onwards - it's self check in so it doesn't matter at all when you arrive. You won't disturb anyone if you arrive in the middle of the night after a night out/ long drive. Check out is 10am. Read our reviews if you'd like to hear first hand accounts of what the yurt is like. *Small note: The first 14 reviews for this listing are for guests who shared my farmhouse. I've now changed the listing offering guests Alden Yurt instead of my spare room* If you watched us on the BBC and saw we also have a hot tub, we're currently figuring out the best way to set up a system so guests can book to use it when they get here. It will definitely be available to use from March, but only ~40% chance we'll get it sorted by December (but we're working on it!) It'll cost £15 per hour to hire out the tub for 2 people.
Neighbourhood updated The farm is tucked away off the private Alden road, this is a quiet place to stay with no street lights shining in through the windows or cars driving past. A short walk away is Helmshore textile museum where you can explore the rich history of the cotton, wool and linen industry here in this part of Lancashire. The museum also holds the local farmers market on the first Sunday of every month. WALKING We are situated minutes away from a bridleway that takes you up to peel tower, which lends spectacular views over Manchester. Haslingden grane is about a 25 minute walk away and is a great spot for bird watching. There is a walk opposite the farm that takes up the large stone at the tip of Musbury tor. EATiNG The cotton house is a modern bar with a nice atmosphere some great cocktails and good food. A little further up from that is the local shop Neary’s which is usually stocked with all your necessities including extra firewood. We are a ten minute drive from Ramsbottom, a popular alternative town in greater Manchester that has some great eateries, The Mousetrap and Eagle and Child are fantastic places to eat and drink. It also has the only plastic free shop this side of Manchester, ‘plentiful’. Also hosts the farmers market on the second Sunday of every month. PUBS Back on Helmshore road in between the cotton house and Neary’s is the station hotel. there are no airs or graces here but it has friendly locals and the station hotel has a pool table a beer garden. There is also Robin Hood pub which is on the way to Haslingden Grane and has a lovely beer garden. At the foot of peel tower, is the shoulder of mutton which is a popular stopover from the walk. SIGHTS There is a bus stop 25 minutes walk away that has regular buses to Manchester. There is a steam railway that goes from Rawtenstall to bury, trough Ramsbottom, (if you listen closely you can hear it in the distance on the farm) The link will tell you more information. http://www.eastlancsrailway.org.uk/plan-your-day-out/destinations/ramsbottom.aspx We are just 30 minute drive from Pendle hill, a hour away from the forest of Bowland and an hour and a half drive away from those wanting to explore the lake district.
  • Beautiful location, cozy and personal accommodation and welcoming friendly people. So relaxing and a lovely way to disconnect from the world. 5 stars ✨

    Holly2020-03-08T00:00:00Z
  • We stayed at Dot's farm as a group of four - we booked the Shepherd's Hut and the Woodland Yurt. We were mildly concerned about whether we were mad for booking to stay on a hill farm in February on the third consecutive weekend of weather warnings, but it all added to the experience. Both the hut and the yurt were super cute, quaint and quirky. Clean, tidy and had everything you need for a cosy night away. We spent most of our evening down in the yurt with the log fire burning, playing board games and drinking wine. Plenty spacious enough for the four of us and it is just the cutest, most magical place ever. It warmed up lovely with the fire on (despite it raining and blowing a gale outside) and the little touches such as the vintage furniture and fairy lights make you feel like you're at a festival. A good night's sleep was had by all and we just loved the ambience of the beautiful farm in general. We'll be back in the summer and looking forward to trying the treehouse next. All hail the fantastic Dot and the wonderful Cronkshaw Fold Farm. Get yourselves booked in whilst you can!

    Sarah2020-02-23T00:00:00Z
  • Beautiful escape - all the best bits of camping (the countryside, a fire, hearing the owls at night), with a bit of luxury thrown in (a bed, guaranteed being warm and dry, fairy lights)

    Gilly2020-02-17T00:00:00Z
  • Amazing! So quirky, cosy & a mini adventure.

    Olivia2020-02-14T00:00:00Z
  • Highly recommended, Great stay. Remember to bring spare clothes to keep warm unless you can keep a fire going all night haha

    Bill2020-02-12T00:00:00Z
  • 3rd time we Hv stopped at cronkshaw farm. Stopped it the yurt this time and it was lovely and cosy x

    Adele2020-02-09T00:00:00Z
  • Adored the peace And quiet in the yurt! Just what we needed!

    Katie2020-02-08T00:00:00Z
  • Fantastic quirky stay over in the Yurt. Really is worth doing if you’ve never done anything like that before. The fire in the Yurt is stunning, keeps you extremely warm whilst lit but can get cold overnight as expected. Extremely friendly host and great to see them striving to be as environmentally friendly as possible

    Jack2020-02-05T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Yurt


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Lancashire, England, United Kingdom

    The Octagon is set in 2.2 acres of beautiful private woodland. It is visually secluded, and all yours for your group to explore and enjoy. The land is surrounded by open fields and farm tracks yet you are 15 mins walk from all town centre amenities.
    The price shown is for the Octagon with 8-10 guests only. For additional accomodation, a large touring caravan, which sleeps 4 in two double beds, can be rented separately. (£50 a night) The caravan is heated, has a camping toilet, and a room divider for privacy. The wood fired hot tub and sauna is an extra £250 for up to 3 days, we will always try to light it early and get the hot tub upto temperature for your arrival. The main space is 7.9m (26ft) at its widest diagonals, and 3.6m (12ft) high at its central dome. The furniture can be arranged to provide an open space for dancing, yoga, meditation, group work or a meeting etc, or for socialising around the woodburner. The Clearview woodburner has an 8Kw output, and the whole building is fully insulated, so it's hot enough to keep you toasty warm even in prolonged sub zero temperatures. The small open plan kitchen has a 4 ring gas hob with a grill and not very powerful oven, fridge, microwave and a belfast sink with hot and cold water. A small double sofa bed is here for guests 9 and 10. ( Please note, although there are roller blinds to the windows, we can't stop the morning light shining through the central dome light which some people may find uncomfortable, especially in summer. We provide eye masks, or bring your own.) There are two folding tables, table cloth, and 12 folding chairs for indoor banquets. We have provided a list of numerous takeaways who will deliver for a small charge. We can also arrange to have a pop up restaurant arrive for a more culinary alternative. ( See Other Notes) There are two wings to the building, the larger has a compact bunk room with two sets of bunk beds, and a small bedroom with kingsize bed. Both rooms have sliding doors to the outside. The smaller wing has a very compact bedroom with kingsize bed and a bathroom with toilet, sink and shower. There is an additional outdoor composting toilet made from recycled materials with rainwater harvested hand wash sink and solar powered lighting. Outside there is a large potbellied stove and cushioned seating for your comfort. There is also a large banquetting table and benches along with a further covered seating area. An entrance leads to the lawn and decking area with more seating and outdoor furniture. Further into the site there is a Celtic ogham tree circle for your magical ceremonies or simple tree and shrub identification! There is a fire bowl for use by arrangement. There's a trampoline and some toddler toys in a play space and a path round the woods. In Conifer Corner you will find the 'bed in a shed' available free to use if you book the caravan. It has a woodburning stove and double bed, its for the more hardy campers! ( bring your own bedding)
    Accrington was once an ancient forest used by royalty for hunting trips. During the industrial revolution large areas of terraced housing were built to house cotton workers which still gives the town its milltown character. For historical days out locally there is Helmshore textile museum, Clitheroe Castle, Houghton Tower, Salmesbury Hall, Gawthorpe Hall and Townley Hall. For hystericaldays out there is the Jumpworks trampoline venue. Holmes Mill brewery Clitheroe and outdoor zip line and other experiences at Outdoor Elements, Simonstone. For culture vultures there is Accrington's Haworth art gallery with its Tiffany glass. Footy fans can take a trip to see Accrington Stanley one of the founders of the football league. The town has a mixture of pubs and clubs and restaurants. We recommend Grants Bar with its own micro brewery, and The Tiger Lounge cocktail bar both 10 minutes walk downhill at the bottom of Sandy Lane. Walkers can take the track up Sandy Lane and in 45 mins find yourself on the top of Celtic named Hambledon Hill with views across Lancashire to Blackpool tower on a clear day. For a quick stroll enter Tag Clough which locals call Bluebell Wood, an area of old coppiced woodland with a stream just 200m from our land. There is also the Coppice area, donated to Accrington, by Robert Peel founder of the police force, which has a network of footpaths leading to a monument with great views over the town and surrounding area.
    Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Chalet


    Accommodates

    12


    Bedrooms

    3

    Accrington, Lancashire, United Kingdom

    *As seen on The Great Staycation: Dot's Farm, BBC 1 HD* The perfect getaway for fellow outdoorsy families! Bring crumpets and brioche to toast on the fire while snuggled up on the sofa. Enjoy the stunning views across the farm and 'nature detective' activity packs for the kids. There's a double bed, futon single bed, travel cot, microwave, toaster & kettle. The hut is easy to heat with the electric heater or the fire. Nosy at our farm on insta @cronkshawfold
    The Nature Detectives Headquarters provides a comfy double bed, a futon single bed and a travel cot. When you book just drop us a line with which beds you need making up and we will have them ready for your arrival. We made this place with nature loving families in mind so there are lots of outdoor nature related activities ready for you on the top shelf. Each activity is in it's own backpack so you can take it with you to go bug hunting/ nature colour matching/ bark rubbing and many more fun activities all with an explanation card of how to do them inside the bag to make life easy for the grown ups! The fold out table and chairs can be used inside or carried out onto the veranda so you can easily eat/draw/play indoors in the cosy hut or outside with views over the valley. There's a wood burning stove for heating and an electric heater for instant cosiness if you don't want to bother with the fire. Inside there's a kettle, microwave, toaster and a storage container for water. There is cutlery, crockery and a cool box. There is no running water - there is a large container of water in the hut for you and more water can be found close by along with toileting facilities though it should be noted there is no shower here. The Nature Detectives HQ provides the perfect simple get away for families wanting to get away from it all and live the simple life in the beautiful great outdoors. Uninterrupted family time where you can truly enjoy each others company. Guests who will be arriving in the dark/ in winter time who aren't keen on navigating in low light should bring a torch to find your way to the hut as the path to it is unlit. This is because we have an abundance of rare wildlife on the farm including bats and owls (which you will likely see) which need the dark to be best able to hunt for their dinner. If it is icy on the farm road in the winter months park at the bottom of the hill (unless you're in a 4x4, in which case 1st gear, foot down!) If you have little kiddies call us as we're more than happy to help you up the hill with your gear if you're struggling. Things to bring: A flannel/ wet wipes for washing and a towel Wellies CHECK IN is any time at all from 3pm onwards - it's self check in so it doesn't matter at all when you arrive. You won't disturb anyone if you arrive in the middle of the night after a long drive. Check out is 10am. If you watched us on the BBC and saw we also have a hot tub, we're currently figuring out the best way to set up a system so guests can book to use it when they get here. It will definitely be available to use from March, but only ~40% chance we'll get it sorted by December (but we're working on it!) It'll cost £15 per hour to hire out the tub.
    The farm is tucked away off the private Alden road, this is a quiet place to stay with no street lights shining in through the windows or cars driving past. A short walk away is Helmshore textile museum where you can explore the rich history of the cotton, wool and linen industry here in this part of Lancashire. The museum also holds the local farmers market on the first Sunday of every month in the car park. WALKING We are situated minutes away from a bridleway that takes you up to peel tower, which lends spectacular views over Manchester. Haslingden grane is about a 25 minute walk away and is a great spot for bird watching. There is a walk opposite the farm that takes up the large stone at the tip of Musbury tor. EATiNG The cotton house is a modern bar with a nice atmosphere some great cocktails and good food. A little further up from that is the local shop Neary’s which is usually stocked with all your necessities including extra firewood. We are a ten minute drive from Ramsbottom, a popular alternative town in greater Manchester that has some great eateries, The Mousetrap and Eagle and Child are fantastic places to eat and drink. It also has the only plastic free shop this side of Manchester, ‘plentiful’ which was set up and is run by my housemate Abbie! Go Abster! The second Sunday of every month you'll find the farmers market here. PUBS Back on Helmshore road in between the cotton house and Neary’s is the station hotel. there are no airs or graces here but it has friendly locals and the station hotel has a pool table and beer garden. There is also The Robin Hood pub which is on the way to Haslingden Grane and has a lovely beer garden and is dog friendly. At the foot of peel tower, is the shoulder of mutton which is a perfect distance away to feel you've earned one of their Sunday lunches or evening meals! SIGHTS There is a bus stop 25 minutes walk away that has regular buses to Manchester. A steam railway that goes from Rawtenstall to bury through Ramsbottom, (if you listen closely you can hear it in the distance on the farm) We are just 30 minute drive from Pendle hill, a hour away from the forest of Bowland and an hour and a half drive away from those wanting to explore the lake district.
  • Great location, easy to find following host instructions. Wonderful views, amenities basic but fine. Working farm but also other sites with guests so nice friendly feel. But also quiet and ideal to escape the world for some rest time. HQ was so cute and comfy, worried a bit about not being able to light fire in mid march but radiator made hut toasty enough anyway.. defo stay here again

    Elaine2020-03-15T00:00:00Z
  • A really relaxing escape with gorgeous views over the countryside. The local village is a short walk and has some lovely pubs and restaurants.

    Emily2020-03-08T00:00:00Z
  • We stayed for one night wish we had stayed for more. Such a quirky place to stay, excellent value, lovely location with plenty of walks. We will definitely be back. Thanks.

    Lyndsey2020-03-07T00:00:00Z
  • We actually didn't end up staying the night as there are no wash facilities anywhere on site, this is listed but muggins here didn't read it properly and my wife had different ideas of a romantic night in a log cabin after a long haul flight. I can't fault Dot, this place is exactly what it says it is - just read the blurb and bring wet wipes!

    Tom2020-03-05T00:00:00Z
  • A lovely stay. The cabin was very cosy and well equipped. Waking up to the view this morning was great. Highly recommended.

    Samantha2020-03-01T00:00:00Z
  • Had a fantastic stay at Cronkshaw farm! The location was great, secluded but not hard to find. Dot was very helpful and the views were unbelievable. Will definitely be coming back sometime soon!

    Patrick2020-02-29T00:00:00Z
  • The views are perfect. Fantastic experience if you're looking for some peace.

    Alexey2020-02-25T00:00:00Z
  • Such a fantastic little night away. Cute little place. Lovely scenery and helpful hostess. Highly recommended. Thank you x

    Charlotte2020-02-23T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Farm stay


    Accommodates

    3


    Bedrooms

    1

    Lancashire, England, United Kingdom

    *As seen on The Great Staycation: Dot's Farm, BBC 1 HD* Cosy up in the hut with free ranging hens for neighbors. There's a full size double bed, table, microwave, kettle & water storage. The hut is easy to heat with the electric heater or you can go old school & use the wood burner. There is hot & cold running water & a loo close by at the farm. Please note the cost is the same whether it is one guest or two, so why not bring a chum along :) Nosy at our farm on insta @cronkshawfold
    The Shepherd's hut provides a comfy double bed which will be made up with bedding and blankets on your arrival. Other facilities include a fold out table hidden under the main table and chairs which can be used inside or carried out onto the spacious veranda so you can easily write/ paint/relax/work indoors in the cosy hut or outside with views over the valley. The hut also has a woodburning stove for heating, an electric heater for instant cosyness if you don't want to bother with the fire and two side boards with a microwave, storage container for water and a small kettle. There is cutlery, crockery and a cool box you can take over to the hut the kitchenette. The cabin is basic with only one double plug socket. There is no running water - there is a large container of water in the hut for you and more water can be found close by along with toileting facilities. The Shepherds hut provides the perfect simple get away for those on a limited budget wanting to get away from it all and live the simple life. Guests who will be arriving in the dark/ in winter time who aren't keen on navigating in low light should bring a torch to find your way to the hut as the path to it is unlit. This is because we have an abundance of rare wildlife on the farm including bats and owls (which you will likely see) which need the dark to be best able to hunt for their dinner. Useful things to bring: A flannel/ wet wipes for washing and a towel A torch Wellies CHECK IN is any time at all from 5pm onwards - it's self check in so it doesn't matter at all when you arrive. You won't disturb anyone if you arrive in the middle of the night after a night out/ long drive. Check out is 10am. If you watched us on the BBC and saw we also have a hot tub, we're currently figuring out the best way to set up a system so guests can book to use it when they get here. It will definitely be available to use from March, but only ~40% chance we'll get it sorted by December (but we're working on it!) It'll cost £15 per hour to hire out the tub for 2 people.
    Neighbourhood updated The farm is tucked away off the private Alden road, this is a quiet place to stay with no street lights shining in through the windows or cars driving past. A short walk away is Helmshore textile museum where you can explore the rich history of the cotton, wool and linen industry here in this part of Lancashire. The museum also holds the local farmers market on the first Sunday of every month in the car park. WALKING We are situated minutes away from a bridleway that takes you up to peel tower, which lends spectacular views over Manchester. Haslingden grane is about a 25 minute walk away and is a great spot for bird watching. There is a walk opposite the farm that takes up the large stone at the tip of Musbury tor. EATiNG The cotton house is a modern bar with a nice atmosphere some great cocktails and good food. A little further up from that is the local shop Neary’s which is usually stocked with all your necessities including extra firewood. We are a ten minute drive from Ramsbottom, a popular alternative town in greater Manchester that has some great eateries, The Mousetrap and Eagle and Child are fantastic places to eat and drink. It also has the only plastic free shop this side of Manchester, ‘plentiful’. The second Sunday of every month you'll find the farmers market here. PUBS Back on Helmshore road in between the cotton house and Neary’s is the station hotel. there are no airs or graces here but it has friendly locals and the station hotel has a pool table a beer garden. There is also Robin Hood pub which is on the way to Haslingden Grane and has a lovely beer garden and is dog friendly. At the foot of peel tower, is the shoulder of mutton which is a popular stopover from the walk. SIGHTS There is a bus stop 25 minutes walk away that has regular buses to Manchester. A steam railway that goes from Rawtenstall to bury through Ramsbottom, (if you listen closely you can hear it in the distance on the farm) The link will tell you more information. http://www.eastlancsrailway.org.uk/plan-your-day-out/destinations/ramsbottom.aspx We are just 30 minute drive from Pendle hill, a hour away from the forest of Bowland and an hour and a half drive away from those wanting to explore the lake district.
  • Cosy hut, perfect stay to get away from it all.

    Gemma2020-03-21T00:00:00Z
  • Loved this place, nice to sit and watch the rams grazing from the back window of the hut. A great place to do some mediation, get away from the city, and relax

    Sam2020-03-01T00:00:00Z
  • We stayed at Dot's farm as a group of four - we booked the Shepherd's Hut and the Woodland Yurt. We were mildly concerned about whether we were mad for booking to stay on a hill farm in February on the third consecutive weekend of weather warnings, but it all added to the experience. Both the hut and the yurt were super cute, quaint and quirky. Clean, tidy and had everything you need for a cosy night away. We spent most of our evening down in the yurt with the log fire burning, playing board games and drinking wine. Plenty spacious enough for the four of us and it is just the cutest, most magical place ever. It warmed up lovely with the fire on (despite it raining and blowing a gale outside) and the little touches such as the vintage furniture and fairy lights make you feel like you're at a festival. A good night's sleep was had by all and we just loved the ambience of the beautiful farm in general. We'll be back in the summer and looking forward to trying the treehouse next. All hail the fantastic Dot and the wonderful Cronkshaw Fold Farm. Get yourselves booked in whilst you can!

    Sarah2020-02-23T00:00:00Z
  • Second time visited on the farm. We've had a wonderful time and will definitely be coming back.

    Chloe2020-02-09T00:00:00Z
  • This a delightful little getaway at the shepherd's hut. Lovely, cosy and thoughtfully prepared space. The farm is really welcoming when you go for water, crockery, wood etc and to use the toilets. You definitely need wellies and torch! The work you can see going on in the farm is inspiring in their commitment to protecting the environment and in community projects. Young and old children will love this place 💖

    Jill2020-02-02T00:00:00Z
  • Very interesting and beautiful place. Demanding physically - that's part of the joy of staying in a shepherd's hut. I am in my 80's and the mud slope was a challenge I was pleased to survive - not without some groans! Take wellies or footwear with good grip. Ice added to the excitement, and lots of snow as I left. That's what you want in the Pennines. Also, be good at lighting a fire. I left an easy start for the next person. I really enjoyed the solitude, though your cat did his best to provide company. I'd love to come again.

    Hilary2020-01-28T00:00:00Z
  • Highly recommended for something a bit different! Friendly and helpful hosts and a lovely location!

    Norton2020-01-05T00:00:00Z
  • Thank you guys 🙏

    Eve2020-01-01T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Farm stay


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Lancashire, England, United Kingdom

    This is a very relaxing completely self-contained studio in very quiet surroundings yet only a few minutes walk from delicious eateries and quirky bars in Ramsbottom and Holcombe Brook. It is perfect for couples who enjoy the great outdoors (you can walk onto the West Pennine Moors from the house) or for those just looking for a private retreat in which to unwind.
    The studio is situated in our back garden in an exceptionally quiet and peaceful residential avenue, approximately one mile from Ramsbottom village centre but with plenty of amenities within 5 minutes walk. Please read the 'The Neighbourhood' section.
    Within 5 minutes walk we have the following: Hoysters- a quirky New York-inspired bar and eatery. Excellent cocktails and tapas. Open We-Sun. The Hare and Hounds- traditional pub often hosting Beer festivals. Al Bosco- Italian Restaurant The Hamers Arms - traditional pub with open fire and beer garden The Footballers - a community pub with 6 real ales on offer. Beer garden with Pennine views. Summerseat Garden Centre- delicious cakes and meals as well as gifts and the usual garden stock. Ramsbottom Centre ( 15- 20 walk or cheap taxi) There are lots of super places to eat here and Ramsbottom has gained attention for being a food-lover's destination. Some of the restaurants and bars are listed below but this list is not exhaustive; these are just a few! Cardamom Cream - Upmarket Indian Levanter - Serves very authentic Spanish tapas and our personal favourite. Has been reviewed and recommended by Jay Rayner -London food critic. Reasonable prices but small and popular so need to book. The Spice Garden - Thai food. Gorgeous food and reasonable prices. Baratxuri - another Spanish tapas and sister restaurant to Levanter. Drinc- café bar which often has live music at the weekend. The Hungry Duck- great coffee and cake, lunches and evening meals. The Chocolate Café- A chocoholic's Heaven- café upstairs and chocolate shop downstairs. Irwell Works Brewery - good selection of standard beers plus real ale , craft beer and two real ciders. Weekly live music at the weekend. China Cottage - Chinese. Good all-you-can eat Sunday buffet. XLII Café/ wine bar The Doghouse Jazz Bar - weekend live music, not always jazz inspired. Need to book in advance. Walking- you can walk from our house onto the West Pennine Moors or along part of the Irwell Sculpture trail towards Burrs Country Park. There are scenic reservoirs to walk around within a few minutes drive.
  • Great location, near restaurants and bars, 15 minutes from the Metrolink. Great property. Small but has everything you need. Spotlessly clean and good communication throughout.

    Nicola2020-03-12T00:00:00Z
  • Sarah's place was very cosy and surrounding area very tranquil, would reccomend highly to anyone wanting to get away for some quality R&R.

    Mark2020-03-08T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely place would stay again

    Mike2020-03-06T00:00:00Z
  • The studio was everything we expected and would definitely stay again.

    Stephen2020-02-22T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely studio, friendly and helpful hosts. Would definitely stay again.

    Joanna2020-02-13T00:00:00Z
  • Spotless place! Quiet. Private. Really comfy bed. Everything you need while visiting the area. Sarah and Stephen should be very proud of what they’ve achieved!

    Stephen2020-01-19T00:00:00Z
  • Sarah's place was nice & clean, with easy out-of-houre check-in. Used it as a base to visit family and it was perfect! Would recommend!

    John2019-12-15T00:00:00Z
  • Great little place. Very quiet and comfortable. Lovely touches such as bread milk butter and cereal. Much better than staying in a hotel

    Helen2019-12-11T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Guest suite


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Ramsbottom, England, United Kingdom

    With the Covid-19 outbreak hygiene is heightened and you are completely isolated in this accommodation. Self contained, private room with en-suite shower and wc. Spacious double bedroom with own cooking facilities: mini oven and hob, microwave, fridge, kettle and toaster. Crockery, cutlery and pans brews! TV Freeview Full size sink. Excellent transport links. Use of washer and dryer. great links to Manchester Ribble Valley, Canal walks and countryside. Local amenities.
    Self catering, private space.
    Set within Lancashire countryside, lovely canal walks, local butcher. Great transport links. Great Indian takeaway or eat in and good chippys!
  • Excellent place to stay! Easy to travel to both Blackburn and Burnley. Ample space in the room and very comfortable. Highly recommend!

    Jamie2020-03-08T00:00:00Z
  • Great self contained apartment.

    David2020-02-28T00:00:00Z
  • Convenient to all local amenities. Nice to have a self contained unit separate to the hosts. Tracy was on hand if there were any problems. Had everything needed for a stay.

    Susan2020-02-02T00:00:00Z
  • A lovely, no nonsense, self contained room, with everything you could wish for.

    David2020-01-24T00:00:00Z
  • Very comfort room, Tracy is a supportive host.

    Alexander2020-01-19T00:00:00Z
  • A magnificent place with multiple walks

    Dimitri2020-01-13T00:00:00Z
  • Cheers for the stay. Place is brilliant. Definitely value for money and ticks all the boxes

    Derek2020-01-10T00:00:00Z
  • Great host, comfy warm bed, very clean. Had everything we needed would definitely stay there again.

    Mark2019-12-27T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Guest suite


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Rishton, England, United Kingdom

    We like to think that our guests feel they are staying in a home away from home. With a very relaxed and welcoming environment.
    We live in a great location - whether you want to go on a walk up the hills, to a country pub, cycle the Liverpool/Leeds canal paths or jump on the motorway and go into the City. If you would like to stay local, there are at least 6 pubs on our street (within a ten minute walk). Plenty have live music, sports TV, pool tables, quiz nights, etc. There are also a number of places to go out to eat, or if you prefer to get a take-away. We're more than happy to give some of our favourite suggestions :)
  • Great place great host

    Josh2020-01-24T00:00:00Z
  • This room was sparkling clean, the bed was extremely comfy and Michaela was kind and welcoming. Communication was quick and easy. Thank you 😊

    Joshua2019-12-29T00:00:00Z
  • Very welcoming hosts, clean and tidy home, nice comfortable bed. Would stay again!

    Philip2019-12-05T00:00:00Z
  • Very clean and cosy and remarkably quiet to say the house is next to a busy road. Will be staying there again when I next visit the area⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

    Ann2019-11-26T00:00:00Z
  • Excellent accommodation and so clean, defo recommend

    Jason2019-11-04T00:00:00Z
  • Kind and helpful hosts, spotless beautiful house, and a powerful shower! Whats not to love....

    Rachel2019-09-30T00:00:00Z
  • Great space in a lovely location. Very friendly and accommodating hosts!

    Jonah2019-09-15T00:00:00Z
  • Great communication, comfortable bed, clean bathroom and kitchen. I had access to everything I needed during my stay which made it a pleasurable week. Michaela and Steve are lovely hosts.

    Hannah & Chris2019-09-14T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Private room


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Lancashire, England, United Kingdom

    The place is a stone built cottage and features fires in living and dining area. Good sized well equiped kitchen which guests have use of. Huge bedroom with king size bed. Bathroom has corner bath and excellent shower. Use of washing machine. Views over Holcombe hill and scout moor. Great walking to be had straight out of the door.
    Close to Ramsbottom centre which has some of the best Restaurants and bars in North Manchester. Fantastic walks on the doorstep plus the steam train (East lands Railway) is in Ramsbottom. Cosy real fire for a warm after those country walks.
    Ramsbottom is fast becoming one of the best places to live if you like a balance of quiet rural countryside yet with a wealth of great bars and restaurants. We even have our own music festival!
  • Lovely bedroom. Fab shower.

    Bryan Siobhan2020-03-16T00:00:00Z
  • Great place to stay!

    Chloe2020-02-27T00:00:00Z
  • Excellent

    Amilcar2020-02-22T00:00:00Z
  • Excellent! Highly recommended. Beautiful home. Relaxed, laid back host. Will be returning.

    Lea2020-02-02T00:00:00Z
  • A brilliant place to stay. Highly recommended!

    Elena2019-12-15T00:00:00Z
  • My third stay at Stephens place and I find it very comfortable and homely. Great facilities, great location and an even greater host! Thanks again!

    Darren2019-12-08T00:00:00Z
  • Great host, really friendly guy. stylish house with comfy, good sized bedrooms.

    Andrew2019-12-01T00:00:00Z
  • While my stay was brief, Stephen was an excellent, warm and welcoming host. The house was a delight to be in, very presentable and well kept and I certainly hope to stay again the next time I find myself in Ramsbottom.

    Kyle2019-11-24T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Private room


    Property Type

    Cottage


    Accommodates

    3


    Bedrooms

    1

    Ramsbottom, England, United Kingdom

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    The nest box is a bedsit type room in the garden ( bathroom in main house). It provides a high quality base with the countryside and wild life on your door step. It is prefect for visiting the valley, or attending a concert in Manchester. Yorkshire is a 30 min drive away and you are an hour from Chester oaks shopping outlet and lytham festival.
    Coziness is key in your base, it is with heater and a quality bed so you get the best sleep. A kettle will provide you with a hot drink and a small fridge that greets you with water, wine and chocolate biscuits. Extra blankets and a cosy hot water bottle will keep you cosy when the wind gets up from off the hills. MAIN BATHROOM is upstairs. Toilet and sink downstairs
    Living within the Rossendale valley on the doorstep to pennine way and the country side.
  • It was a pleasure staying with the folks and having conversations with them. I was able to learn a lot about the local areas and British culture in general. The bed is comfortable and the annex is cozy, although the bathroom is inside the house

    Tyler2019-10-18T00:00:00Z
  • Great location, clean & the host went above and beyond for my Father’s recent stay. Highly recommend this property and host. 10/10

    Kristian2019-09-16T00:00:00Z
  • Great host! Room was nice and cosy, and the location is so pretty as surrounded by countryside and close to the town centre! Definitely recommend 😊

    Leanne2019-09-08T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely accommodation in a lovely part of Lancashire well recommended

    Gwynn2019-08-26T00:00:00Z
  • Very friendly host and family. Lovely modern house. Would recommend. X

    Jane2019-08-07T00:00:00Z
  • Had a great stay thank you so much

    Peter2019-06-30T00:00:00Z
  • The room was well presented and very clean. Thoughtful and well presented breakfast offering. A little difficult to find but definitely worth a stay :)

    Julia2019-06-18T00:00:00Z
  • Very clean and private annex in nice, safe development. Really enjoyed our stay and would be happy to recommend.

    Beth2019-06-16T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Private room


    Property Type

    Guest suite


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Rawtenstall, England, United Kingdom

    Good sized private room in three bedroom house, with king sized bed, lots of storage space and shared bathroom. Located in the quiet town of Oswaldtwistle which is located between Blackburn and Accrington. Please be aware regarding possible allergies, we do have two cats and small dog (west highland white terrier) on site.
    Quiet household (no kids at home) with plenty of space to relax and unwind. Breakfasts and dinners available on request (with negligible additional charge). Washer/dryer available to use as required, we just request that you supply your own washing powder/liquid or make a small donation to cover costs. Free street parking with one drive space available occasionally.
    Oswaldtwistle is a quiet town and our location provides very easy access to the local bus service, a few pubs, take out, convenience store and picturesque scenery. The Leeds and Liverpool canal is just a short walk away and offers some great country walking. Oswaldtwistle Mills is just 25 minutes walk (or much quicker by car) which boasts over 100 retailers under one roof, offering food, home furnishings, gifts, fashion, five restaurants, an ice cream parlour, children's play centre & cafe, a gourmet food deli and more besides. On the site is also a Textile and Heritage museum and Wildfowl reserve. There's often various events going on in the local area and if you have a particular interest we'll be happy to research any facilities or local events that may be of interest to you before you book your stay.
  • Excellent all round and great value for money! Would happily stay again

    Owen2020-03-20T00:00:00Z
  • Easy to get, extremely clean room and bedding, friendly couple

    Mai2020-03-17T00:00:00Z
  • It was a pleasure to stay with Viktoriia. Everything was better than I expected. Very comfortable and quiet. I was able to get a lot of rest inbetween my shifts. Great breakfast every morning. I highly recommend staying here.

    Patience2020-03-01T00:00:00Z
  • Viktoria is an excellent host. Her home is very comfortable and clean. Her cooking is outstanding. Excellent value for money all round.

    Matt2020-02-13T00:00:00Z
  • Viktoriia and Steve are a lovely and welcoming couple that really looked after me nicely on my stay. They are very easy to talk with and great hosts. The space is super clean and comfortable and the breakfast was really tasty. I’d wholeheartedly recommend staying with them and I’d certainly book again next time I’m in the area.

    Joe2019-10-20T00:00:00Z
  • Great place to stay in Ossy. Really nice people and really made the trip that extra bit more special tool.

    Lewis2019-10-04T00:00:00Z
  • Wonderful hosts, with a lovely house who really go the extra mile to make sure you feel at home. They also cooked me really nice food daily for breakfast and tea which made my life a lot easier while working. 10/10

    Lee2019-08-30T00:00:00Z
  • Viktoriia is a very lovely host. And the breakfast was amazing. I will definitely come back.

    Till2019-08-26T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Private room


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Oswaldtwistle, England, United Kingdom

    The accommodation is a traditional terraced property situated in the old mill town of Oswaldtwistle, in the centre of Lancashire. The accommodation comprises of lounge with TV, kitchen diner with fridge, freezer, and microwave; utility room with washer and drier; large family bedroom with double bed , day bed, and TV; twin bedroom with 2 single beds; house bathroom with shower over bath. There is gas central heating and free WiFi. There is on street parking. We are pet friendly.
    The bedrooms and bathroom are on the second floor accessed by the central stairs.
    Oswaldtwistle is within easy reach of most parts of the county; 26 miles to Manchester; 34 miles to Blackpool; 57 miles to Kendal (Lake District) . Offers takeaways; shops; restaurants; and is home to Foxhill Bank Nature Reserve; Oswaldtwistle Mills; Civic Theatre; Cricket Pitch; and nearby the famous collection of Tiffany glass at the Haworth Art Gallery
  • Thank you Lynda you should be proud of your home, it has everything anyone would need to have a lovely stay, from washing machine to Wifi there wasn't anything I could think of missing. Even a dog bowl for Ralph our cockerpoo. We would highly recommend a stay at Lyndas.

    Jon2020-03-20T00:00:00Z
  • Large space, thoughtful touches, quick walk to plenty of food/drink options

    Ben2020-03-01T00:00:00Z
  • This is my second visit to Lyndas and it is perfect for my needs. Very spacious, clean and near all the local ameneties.

    Heather2020-02-23T00:00:00Z
  • Spotlessly clean and conveniently located.

    Chris2020-02-19T00:00:00Z
  • Lynda communicated very well with us throughout and offered a warm welcome. Her place was very clean and had everything we needed with plenty of space. Lynda was kind enough to allow for a flexible check out time and it was a perfect spot for us to stay for the night.

    Nicole2020-01-04T00:00:00Z
  • You'll receive a warm welcome from Lynda and will find more nearby than you perhaps might expect.

    Anne2020-01-02T00:00:00Z
  • We would highly recommend this host and accommodation. Beautiful setting, 5 minutes walk from lovely local restaurants and accommodation is warm and clean. Lynda is a beautiful sole, so accommodating and will put a smile on your face.

    Bindi2019-12-29T00:00:00Z
  • place was spotless and Lynda was very flexible about the arrival time which changed we just texted her half an hour before we got there. We only stayed for one night and it was perfect for a quick stopover on our way further south. The town itself seemed a little run down but but it didn't really matter as we weren't staying in the area. However it was perfectly safe and the house is on a nice street and we got parked right outside. NIce and quiet at night for a good nights sleep. enclosed back yard which is good for letting dog out.

    Thea2019-12-24T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    5


    Bedrooms

    2

    Oswaldtwistle, England, United Kingdom

    Peers Clough Farm provides bed and breakfast accommodation, catering especially for riders, cyclists and walkers on the Mary Towneley Loop of the Pennine Bridleway. A quiet and peaceful location within easy reach of motorway network
    Peers Clough Farm is a 200 year old, former dairy farm, set in 70 acres of pasture and woodland, between Lumb and Water in the Rossendale Valley, East Lancashire, close to the towns of Rawtenstall and Burnley. Our old farmhouse is full of character and situated three quarters of a mile from the main Burnley Road East. We are at 1000 feet so have fabulous views but can also catch the weather! (good and bad!) We share our space with nature and Fell ponies!
    Nestled within the South Pennines, Rossendale is one of the North West's most cherished hidden gems. An area once famous for its textile industries, down to earth folk and quirky traditions, Rossendale now welcomes a new generation of visitors to enjoy its rugged landscape and congenial hospitality.
  • Gorgeous and cozy farmhouse. Chris was so friendly and we really enjoyed our night here.

    Hannah2019-09-29T00:00:00Z
  • Great value for money, great host, very nice woman all in a nut shell

    Steven2019-07-19T00:00:00Z
  • Chris is a wonderful host, the place is idyllic and very relaxing. Beautiful surroundings and great amenities.

    Suzy2019-07-07T00:00:00Z
  • A lovely quiet spot off the beaten track, Chris was very helpful and flexible without late arrival, breakfast was great and good value.

    Phil2019-04-07T00:00:00Z
  • I stayed at Chris's place with my mother and we loved it! It is a bit of remote place so you need a car to get there but once you arrive you are most warmly greeted and the views of surrounding hills are just amazing (although I've only seen them in rain :)). Chris has been amazing host - greeted us, showed us around and was there for all our million questions. Room was cosy and clean and breakfast was amazing. I would definitely recommend it and if I ever get back to that part of the country, I will definitely stay again.

    Tadeja2018-09-08T00:00:00Z
  • Wonderful facilities, very clean and tidy. Very friendly hosts always on hand. Horse riding on offer and lots of homemade items for breakfast along with the experience of living on a working farm was great!!

    Catherine2018-08-06T00:00:00Z
  • Stunning views regardless of weather and excellent hospitality with a nice cosy feel. Felt like home.

    Christopher2018-07-29T00:00:00Z
  • Really nice place set in a great part of the country run by lovely, friendly people! Wouldn’t hesitate to recommend Peers Clough Farm to all!

    Spencer2018-07-14T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Private room


    Property Type

    Bed and breakfast


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    3

    Rossendale, Lancashire, United Kingdom

    Built in 1848 it was the coach house to the Manor House adjacent ..sympathetically had major refits to make it look like it’s always been that way but with modern amenities. we are close to the moterways Manchester or Liverpool airports and lots of historical places like Skipton Harrogate York just to name a few
    Large open unique quirky period style
    Pubs in walking distance with good grub 7 days and nights a week Close to motorway links sea side is about 30 miles City centres 30 miles Ferries 30+ miles
  • Best Airbnb experience we’ve had in ages. Everything we could have needed including bread, butter, milk, jam, cereal, tea, coffee and oil, vinegar, salt and pepper! This is a truly cared for genuine property in unique surroundings. A hidden gem. We really want to come back here 😊

    Ruth2020-03-13T00:00:00Z
  • Quirky, comfortable place with good parking and good local footpaths. Slightly noisy from people upstairs on last night.

    Jane2019-08-15T00:00:00Z
  • I stayed at Fritzy’s Coach House when moving back to the US from Scotland by way of Manchester. From my very first interaction with Anne inquiring if she would allow my two dogs and cat to stay in the coach house, she was more than welcoming. She allowed us to check in early and check out late. She offered suggestions of great villages to visit, vegan shops in Accrington a local masseuse and even took me as a guest, twice, to her local gym to enjoy the pool and sauna. The coach house was extraordinarily comfortable, immaculately clean and had everything one might need for a week away. There are great walks just outside the door, plenty of garden space and it is conveniently located for visits to gorgeous Lancashire villages, the west coast of England, Manchester or Yorkshire. I cannot say enough good things about my experience at Fritzy’s and I will be forever grateful to Anne and Duncan for their hospitality during my final days in the UK.

    Lucy2019-07-29T00:00:00Z
  • Really wonderful location, special British tributes if you're into this, quiet and very well decorated. Will come here again! Thanks.

    Ange2019-07-10T00:00:00Z
  • Great place

    Keiron2019-06-10T00:00:00Z
  • What a fantastic little coach house, lovely area and scenery around the town

    Fiona2019-03-30T00:00:00Z
  • Anne’s place is stunning! The coach house was beautifully finished and the surrounding area was perfect for our dog, Benji, and exploring all the antiques! We’d love to stay again and will be recommending to friends and family!

    Tom2019-03-17T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Barn


    Accommodates

    3


    Bedrooms

    0

    Lancashire, England, United Kingdom

    The Giraffe house, in the middle of everywhere, nestled in the valley surrounded by hills and sky. Clean, spacious and purpose-built that can accommodate adults and children, dog friendly, with a secure garden and private parking. With its high ceiling, friends, on their first visit, exclaimed the room was tall enough to house giraffes and the nickname has stuck since! Please note, there is a microwave, toaster and kettle. No oven or hob. https://giraffe.house/
    The step-free access has a bi-fold door that opens out to a patio area with seating and a table. Overlooking a garden roof, hill, and sky. Inside is one large space with an ensuite, we provide a comfortable king-size bed, a large sofa and dining area. The shower room is generous, no need to bring soap or shampoo.
    A short walk away from a thriving town, with many places to eat and shop. Great dog-friendly coffee shop, Syphon, serves stunning homemade cakes.
  • Great welcome. Good communication. Immaculate condition, Super comfortable place to stay in easy reach of everywhere.

    Susan2020-03-13T00:00:00Z
  • Thoroughly enjoyed my time here, it's a great place to stay!

    Thomas2020-02-27T00:00:00Z
  • Excellent accommodation, lovely little touches great location.

    Joanne2020-02-16T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely room, exceptionally clean, would highly recommend!

    Hannah2020-02-14T00:00:00Z
  • This is a stunning place to stay ! Everything about it is quality and has been thought about,we loved the velux windows , the gorgeous shower and the underfloor heating. I really think the owners could and should charge a bit more because it's worth it. We visited hebden bridge and hardcastle crags which are well worth the 30 min drive even in the winter and I imagine wonderful in the summer. I caught the bus just outside the property to the local market which was quirky and alot of fun then walked back which took about 15 mins.We used the local chippy for tea they were so nice and the food was lovely. The property is very dog friendly and our beagle loved it . The only thing I would change is the garden although pretty secure is not beagle proof as the fence had a small open place which he would have made a bee line for so we kept him on a lead. I have to say most dogs would be fine in this garden but ours likes to escape ! There is a park literally 1 min away aswell. We loved our stay and will book again.

    Debbie2020-02-09T00:00:00Z
  • Everything you want from an Air BnB property, very clean, lovely well thought out space and extra special touches. Great stay

    Louise2020-01-29T00:00:00Z
  • Would stay here over and over again peace and tranquility was lovely the cleanliness was spot on little extras michelle put in the room are a lovely touch. Michelle goes above and beyond

    Paul2020-01-21T00:00:00Z
  • Much better than expected and the photos don't do this place justice! I am very picky when it comes to Airbnb stays, but I felt so comfortable during my two night stay here. The underfloor heating was a great plus and warmed up the place fabulously. It was sparkling clean, which is always nice and so many thoughtful touches such as extra power points next to the bed. The WiFi was super fast and it was perfect for my needs. Yes the kitchen is basic but everything provided was of really high quality so I didn't feel that I had missed out in any way

    Mia2020-01-08T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Guesthouse


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Lancashire, England, United Kingdom

    Set with seven other cottages in a courtyard, our brand new open plan studio is perfect for a couples retreat. Featuring a fully equipped kitchen, and a private garden area to the front with outdoor seating.
    On site there is a lovely communal 'Island' accessed by a charming wooden bridge over a brook. The Island, with weeping willows around its border, is a great place to unwind and appreciate the tranquility that the area has to offer. It has a campfire/BBQ area by the stream.
    A convenience store is located at the end of the road. Well-placed for hiking, cycling and horse riding on the nearby Mary Towneley Loop. You will also find a slew of country walks all winding through the rolling hillocks and reservoirs of the Rossendale Valley. Rossendale Holidays offers hill views from the property. The local pub is a 10-minute walk away, offering traditional home cooked meals.
  • My partner and I stayed here for 2 nights and it was absolutely lovely. Easy check-in, gorgeous accommodation that was sparkly clean and really stylish. The surrounding views are really lovely too! Be sure to have a brew in the Hay Shed too!!

    Sophie2020-03-05T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely place! Really enjoyed our stay!

    Elliot2020-01-02T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely clean place! Great location and great traveller tips regarding walks starting from the venue. Brilliant! Thanks!

    Lydia2019-12-29T00:00:00Z
  • Very clean and has a homely touch

    Shamima2019-08-23T00:00:00Z
  • We had a great stay at this studio cottage. It was spotlessly clean, and the inside was exactly as pictured: very nicely decorated and with everything that we needed. It was in a good location for walks, and the staff were very helpful in providing recommendations for the local area. We were also able to check in early, which we really appreciated. The gardens and communal areas are lovely, and there is a café which can be used for drinks and snacks, and also provides alcohol. We also loved seeing Ross the cat! The studio was located on a site with around 8 other studios/cottages and around 4 small glamping pods. The weekend that we stayed all of the accommodation was fully booked, and we were told by the staff that the majority of the guests were a large group of families who were visiting together. We didn't hear anything at all from them when we were back in our room for the night. However, as the group comprised of approximately 30 adults and children, who were all using the communal space/fire-pit/barbeque area, we were unable to make use of this space. They were kind enough to invite us to join them, but as they all knew each other and were meeting for an overdue catch-up, and we were hoping for a more private/quiet weekend away as a couple, rather than a social event, we declined. Overall, we had a fantastic stay and would love to come back. However, we would have appreciated more transparency about the nature of the property, i.e. that it is part of a larger glamorous camp site. As mentioned in another comment, we were expecting from the description that this would be a more private cottage with a communal area, ideal for a "couples retreat" rather than one that is extremely close to a large number of other properties, which may be let out to large parties. Overall, we would recommend this property to anyone who is looking for somewhere spotlessly clean, with great amenities but who doesn't mind sharing the space with others. It would be fantastic for a young family.

    Sophie2019-07-07T00:00:00Z
  • Wonderful place, would happily stay again.

    Willem2019-05-06T00:00:00Z
  • The place was amazing and the overall experience was great.

    Vaqas2019-02-14T00:00:00Z
  • This is an outstanding property to stay at. The rooms were clean, spacious and had excellent cooking facilities, shops and takeaways near by and plenty of walks. Me, my wife and 7 week old baby were comfortable and made to feel welcome and at home. I’d highly recommend this property and will stay again in the future. Superb

    Ian2018-08-14T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Cottage


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    0

    Lancashire, England, United Kingdom

    Fully refurbished 18th century stone cottage on a cobbled bridleway. The cottage features an open plan living space, master bedroom with a king size bed, twin room, modern bathroom with separate shower and a small patio/seating area with picturesque views. 2 car parking spaces available. Ramsbottom town is within 15 minutes walking distance which is home to independent shops, restaurants and wine bars. Can offer advice on the local area and things to see and do.
    The cottage is situated at the foot of Peel Tower and is renowned for its walking trails and cycling paths. Redisher Woods is less than a 3 minute walk from the cottage. Ramsbottom is home to the East Lancashire steam train.
  • What a beautiful place to stay. Highly recommended. Lovely house, clean, warming fire, deep comfy carpet, very comfortable bed and spotless bathroom and kitchen. The pictures are very accurate. In addition the views across the valley are...wow! Stunning! Kath (host) was delightful. Good speedy communications, helpful in locating property and meeting us upon arrival. It is a min of 2 nights stay but well worth it. Definitely plan to return! 5 stars all round.

    John2020-03-08T00:00:00Z
  • Second stay at this great property. All the facilities you could need in a great location together with great hospitality. Strongly recommend.

    Nigel2020-03-05T00:00:00Z
  • This is a beautiful property with great hosts. They clearly take pride in making the stay as nice as possible for guests. The property is well thought out, cosy and with great views. We came as a base for a night out but once we arrived at the property we could've happily stayed in! We had hoped to walk to ramsbottom and home after a few drinks but it's a tad too far for that. Less than a fiver in a taxi so no problem and worth it for such a nice property. Pretty sure we'll be back, we thought it was great! You couldn't find more attentive hosts, they really look after you.

    Cat2020-03-01T00:00:00Z
  • Great location at the foot of Holcombe Hill. Very peaceful and close to all the amenities of Ramsbottom. Added bonus was the log burner which was already operating when we arrived! We will be back.

    Nigel2020-02-29T00:00:00Z
  • Kath house is beautiful, stylishly furnished, spotlessly clean, very comfortable beds, lovely touches in the kitchen also plus a garage to park your car in. The views are also stunning. Sadly we were only there for an overnight stay but will definitely be going back for a longer stay. Kath and Colin are super hosts.

    Kate2020-02-23T00:00:00Z
  • Kath and Colin were fantastic hosts! They greeted us when we arrived and showed us where things were and how to get the fire started. The cottage was lovely and clean and perfect for us and our two children (age 6 and 10). There were lots of small touches which made our stay even more comfortable; like lots of wood for the fire, extra blankets, tea and coffee, shower gels and caps and a fab informative booklet with lots of information about Holcombe's history and potential places to visit. We had a fab time walking through the woods and discovering rivers and secret hideaways. The Hoysters pub is really close by and I must say... the food is amazing (The gin collection is also brilliant!) We also went into Ramsbottom to ride on the steam train (The children were very excited about seeing one so close and the conductor told us lots of interesting facts on our journey). All in all, we made some lovely memories. Thanks to Kath and Colin for your hospitality, we would definitely visit again.

    Nastasia2020-02-22T00:00:00Z
  • Great little cottage to take shelter in on a rainy weekend. We loved the log burner! Super hosts. Thank you so much.

    Alice2020-02-17T00:00:00Z
  • We had a lovely couple of days, the location is perfect, feels rural yet is within a few minutes drive of great pubs, restaurants and local amenities. The house itself is very cosy with two good bedrooms and a great view. Lovely warm welcome from Kath and Colin who live close by so are on hand for any queries, they really go out of their way to help. Great walks nearby too should the mood take you! We will be back. Thanks again Kath and Colin.

    Michelle2020-02-10T00:00:00Z
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    Holcombe, England, United Kingdom

    A renovated 2 bedroom cottage located in the centre of Ramsbottom. Ideally situated with good transport links to Bury, Bolton and Manchester Ramsbottom is a bustling market town with an array of great eateries and a thriving high street.
    Originally two back to back mill workers cottages the Millhouse is a traditional stone built terrace that was completely renovated in 2015. Access is on the ground floor straight into a spacious kitchen/diner. Upstairs you will find a double bedroom, a second bedroom with two bunk beds and a lounge.
    The property is located in the centre of Ramsbottom and surrounded by small businesses and other residential properties. Ramsbottom has a thriving high street full of independent shops and eateries.
  • Superb host, house was lovely and clean with everything needed very comfy beds and loved the little touches Perfect location for food drink and supermarkets

    James2020-02-24T00:00:00Z
  • Paul’s cottage is ideally located in the heart of Ramsbottom. It’s a lovely village with many food options and wine bars at your doorstep. The place is immaculately clean and has everything you need. We stayed over Christmas and they were kind enough to leave a Christmas tree and bottle of wine for us. Supermarkets and steam train on your doorstep as well. We will definitely book again.

    Eliza2019-12-28T00:00:00Z
  • Wonderful retreat and Paul was an amazing host too.

    Trish2019-12-02T00:00:00Z
  • Great place to stay, lots of amenities on the doorstep

    David2019-11-03T00:00:00Z
  • We've stayed at Paul's place several times and it's a lovely space for a family of 4. On the door step to Ramsbottom town centre and close 3 supermarkets as well as gorgeous rolling countryside!

    Kate2019-10-27T00:00:00Z
  • Really nice place

    barry2019-09-20T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely property right in the middle of Ramsbottom.

    Roseanne2019-08-26T00:00:00Z
  • A brilliant space right in the centre of lovely Ramsbottom; sparkling clean and tonnes of room for a family of four.

    James2019-08-16T00:00:00Z
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    Ramsbottom, United Kingdom

    Newly renovated home located in Accrington.
    This unique eco home; recently renovated, features underfloor heating, solar panels, new windows and doors, freshly rendered and sandblasted exterior, with a relatively new kitchen and bathroom.
    The features of this home make it a pleasure to live here!
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    Accrington, England, United Kingdom

    Located in a former bed and breakfast full of charm. We like to think we offer the privacy of a hotel but the price and cosiness of a home, There are 4 Airbnb rooms in the main building and use of a kitchen available. All rooms have tvs, ensuite with shower and there is ample on street parking. Padiham is minutes of the motorway, with Preston, Manchester , Yorkshire and the Lake District all within an hour drive. Preston (30 mins) has trains to London and Scotland. There is street free parking
    Former hotel now used as an Airbnb space , Please tell me a little bit of information about the reason for your visit so I can make your stay as good as possible
  • A really nice, stylish space. We will be back!

    Tom2020-03-05T00:00:00Z
  • Michaels accommodation and Hotel is all you can expect from hi quality interiors and amenities for a very comfortable stay.

    Ray2020-02-07T00:00:00Z
  • Very comfortable bed and stylish room. Very nice stay

    Hazel2019-11-01T00:00:00Z
  • Very nice room in a friendly hotel setting, the host Michael was keen to make our stay as comfortable as possible.

    John2019-10-25T00:00:00Z
  • An enjoyable stay - clean room, excellent facilities, interesting decor and central location. Definitely recommend this Airbnb!

    Vanessa2019-07-21T00:00:00Z
  • Brill thanks

    Nicole2019-06-21T00:00:00Z
  • Very clean and quiet place and very helpful

    Geoffrey2019-06-01T00:00:00Z
  • The room was lovely. Very cosy and clean. Perfect weekend.

    Larissa2019-04-28T00:00:00Z
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    Padiham, England, United Kingdom

    Ramsbottom has been voted in the top 10 of places to live. It has lots restaurants, cafes, bars and a steam railway to boot! Lilwyn Cottage is nestled in a rural area away from the hustle and bustle. No. 33 is within a terrace of 11 stone cottages. A cosy 2 bedroom cottage with original features, updated to modern standards, a log burning stove and gardens front and rear. 20 minute walk into Ramsbottom or 5/10 mins by car. Accessible for Manchester and Lancashire dales-Pendle Hill and more.
    Come kick off your shoes and rest a while! Double guest room in shared cottage. Suitable for couples, solo adult and one child, and female only solo travellers. The guest bedroom has a single bed that has a trundle under to convert as a twin or a double. This is also my sewing/craft room. Please note that there are open stairs from the bedroom into the private loft room/office space. This I have listed as not suitable for children because of this open stair access. Chat with me prior to having your booking confirmed, if you are a single parent travelling with a child. Your child would have to be supervised at all times. ID required and ideally reviews required prior to booking but new Air bandb travellers are welcome too! Pet friendly, but if bringing a pet, this must be verified and approved prior to a booking being confirmed please. A dog and 2 cats already live here. Being an avid traveller and user of Air b and b myself, I know sometimes you want to chat and other times, you just want to flop into bed! You do what you need to do and relax! 😊
    Beautifully rural yet not far from Ramsbottom, Edenfield or Rawtenstall. A row of 11 terraced cottages built in the 1800s. Fields front and back with stunning views, cows, sheep and wild deer. A farming and residential area. Popular with walkers, cyclists and horse riders. Local pub and restaurants in walking distance. Bleakholt Animal Sanctuary a 10 minute walk away too!
  • Karen deserves 'super super' host status! I absolutley loved staying for 3 nights at this beautiful cottage in rural Lancashire. Izzy Sooty and Sweep (Karen's new Beagle and two cats) were just delightful to spend time with- so friendly, with such a warm welcoming energy. As a woman on my own visiting the area I immediately felt at home in Karen's cottage. I spent the mornings running in the country side and made the most of the peaceful afternoons catching up on work and exploring Ramsbottom. I highly recommend this as a lovely place to stay and consider Karen a new found friend. I will be back :)

    Alison2020-01-22T00:00:00Z
  • Karen is an excellent host and we thoroughly enjoyed our short stay. The bed was really comfortable, the location was great and there were lots of nice little touches - especially the welcome from Sweep the cat.

    Laura2019-12-08T00:00:00Z
  • Karen is a great host and made me feel very welcome in her beautiful home. The room was very cosy and the bed very comfortable. Lovely quite location and would very much recommend. Thanks Karen.

    Jason2019-11-08T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely quirky country cottage with a fantastic large comfy bed! Karen was away but left some food & drinks which was very nice of her as I didn't expect it! Contact is very good & in detail. Would love to stay again when in the area.

    Elaine2019-09-01T00:00:00Z
  • A warm welcome and a truly unusual location with a fascinating history. Worth heading slightly 'off the beaten track' to find the cottage and enjoy Karen's friendly, relaxed hospitality.

    Claire2019-06-15T00:00:00Z
  • Karen was an absolutely outstanding host. Communication was utterly awesome. The cottage was so homely and Karen’s hospitality was truly excellent. Had the optional Full English, which was well good. So accommodating and unbelievably helpful and friendly, I can highly recommend a stay at Karen’s home. Found it very easy to find, not being to far from the Motorway. Set in a beautiful secluded position, of peace, quiet, solitude is required or not, a stay at Karen’s is a must. Thanks again Karen.

    Alan2019-06-09T00:00:00Z
  • I'd never been to Ramsbottom before and was pleasantly surprised by the town itself. Karen's place is comfortably close to the centre but far enough away to feel a little off the beaten track. Others have pointed out that the trick is to find her. Use sat nav and your head. We never met Karen but she was a thoughtful and generous host ready from a far to go that extra mile. ( Normally she would be there.) If you're very tall then you may find the room small but it is good value for money and she supplies home made jams for breakfast. These were delicious

    Margharita2019-05-26T00:00:00Z
  • Extremely lovely stay, comfortable and very warming with an amazing hostess, moderately difficult to find and get to but well worth the trauma!

    John2019-05-05T00:00:00Z
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    Ramsbottom, England, United Kingdom

    Cosy bedroom located in a rural area, but only a 10 min drive to Bury, 30 min walk into Bury, but only a 5 min drive to all motorway networks. This area is especially popular with walkers, bikers etc. 15 min drive into Ramsbottom, also East Lancs Railway Line
    Cosy bedroom with M & Single oak bed with pull out to create Kingsize or 2 singles, with stunning views overlooking HolcombeVillage and Peel tower
    Being in a rural location you have all the wildlife and farm animals associated with rural areas, ideal for ramblers, bikers. Mount Pleasant is a stunning location and has a bonus route Monday to Saturday.
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    Nangreaves, England, United Kingdom

    Lovely 3bed semi,located close to shops schools, nursery, garden centre, train station, large factory outlet selling most of everything one needs clothes, shoes,etc., village of Oswaldtwistle 10mins walking distance.
    Lovely, accommodation situated near train station, Shops, Schools and 5mins to Oswaldtwistle Retail Factory Outlet
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    Lancashire, England, United Kingdom

    Lovely spacious, open plan home with all modern facilities. The living room features a large wood burning stove, super fast WIFI, SmartTV with Netflix/Amazon, large corner sofa and swivel chair. Large open plan kitchen, dining room with all modern cooking facilities including coffee makers. On the 1st floor there are 2 good sized bedrooms, 1 double and 1 single with a large 3 piece bathroom featuring a walk in shower and double jacuzzi bath. Lovely private garden to the rear of the property.
    Beautifully presented modern stone-built semi detached house. Bright open plan large house with no expense spared on the properties individual features including a wood burning stove in the living room. Beautifully decorated with everything you will need for a fantastic vacation including digital 50" TV (Netflix, Prime etc.) and super fast WIFI. Located in the centre of a lovely countryside location in Oswaldtwistle and close to the city of Manchester, Leeds and Liverpool. Close to train stations and all major transport links. The property benefits from a beautifully fitted new kitchen, large bathroom featuring a double whirlpool bath and contemporary decoration throughout. Additionally, this perfect family home has gas central heating, double glazing, gardens front and rear and good sized driveway. Two bedrooms are available, 1 double and 1 single.
    Very close to Blackburn Hospital for anyone coming for work. This property is in an excellent location right in the centre of Oswaldtwistle on the edge of a quiet street. Walking distance to all local amenities including lovely restaurants and bars. Close to the train station where pick up can be arranged. Also close to beautiful countryside, villages and major cities such as Manchester and Liverpool.
  • Very nice and clean place to stay. Sharon was a great host and we felt very welcome when we arrived. The house was really nice and the beds were nice and comfy. It is a really lovely, quiet neighbourhood and we felt very safe there. We enjoyed the jacuzzi and the conservatory which were very relaxing. Overall the house is very beautiful and is well looked after.

    J2020-03-20T00:00:00Z
  • Such a lovely, relaxed environment! Beautiful home Sharon was welcoming and showed us around and how to use the log burner and jacuzzi bath. Will defiantly stay again!

    Shauna2020-03-09T00:00:00Z
  • Sharons place is perfect for a couples weekend and the space she provides is perfect for a romantic getaway.

    Scott2020-03-08T00:00:00Z
  • Sharon's home was a lovely stay, sparkling clean and cant fault the amenities. Highly recommended to anyone staying in the area.

    Harry2020-03-01T00:00:00Z
  • Fantastic stay, really enjoy staying here when working in the local area.

    Ali2020-02-27T00:00:00Z
  • We chose Sharon’s place to stay as get away for the night as it’s not too far away from where we live. The house is amazing, beautifully furnished and decorated with lots of lovely homely touches. We were met by Sharon who showed us how everything worked and where we could find everything. She gave us tips on where to eat. There are plenty of places within walking distance to eat and drink including a couple of gin/real ale places. I was pleasantly surprised at how much was in the local area. We will definitely be returning in the very near future.

    Lisa2020-02-23T00:00:00Z
  • Great clean property

    Matthew2020-02-20T00:00:00Z
  • Staying at Sharons was perfect from booking right through to check out! Lovely to check in with Sharon and be shown how the fire / jacuzzi bath works. Even the little touches with things we could do / places to eat whilst there! Perfect way to end valentines weekend and start a relaxing half term off! The place is soo perfect and home away from home! Can not fault a thing! Will 100% be coming back!

    Chloe2020-02-17T00:00:00Z
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    Oswaldtwistle, England, United Kingdom

    A beautiful house in Stubbins which is a 15 min walk to Ramsbottom Village and next to National Trust walkways . A perfect house for a party of walkers or large families. More pictures to follow once it is completed
    The house is set next to National Trust walkways around the stubbins area Ramsbottom . It’s an ideal location for walkers and also 10 minutes from the motorway and 28 minutes to Manchester City centre
    You have many different walks right on your doorstep
  • Fabulous place...….I wish I could have stayed longer

    Robin2020-02-27T00:00:00Z
  • Poppy was able to accommodate me at very short notice, excellent communications and instruction to get to this magnificent property! House is superb and in a wonderful location, still within walking distance of Ramsbottom and it’s lovely pubs and restaurants. I highly recommend a stay in this very comfortable and welcoming property!

    David2019-12-12T00:00:00Z
  • Palatial House with beautiful scenery. bathroom is very clean and Huge. Parking not an issue as well.. Poppy is very quick in responding the messages.. Would not hesitate to recommend this property..

    Jay2019-08-29T00:00:00Z
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    Ramsbottom, England, United Kingdom

    Unique first floor apartment with original features log fire two double bedrooms large garden lots of interesting walks and pub open 7 days and 7 nights in walking distance griffin) I can highly recommend and dog friendly
    first floor apartment, originally an old billiard room for a manor house, recently converted into a two bedroom one shower room open plan living dining room, cottage style, with log fire the apartment is quiet private peaceful with character and original features such as the floor and sash windows we are at the edge of the country side yet close to amenities Close to:- Blackpool,Manchester, Liverpool, Leeds,Lake District,Cumbria Trough of Bowland Harrogate Howath Halifax to just name a few
    Our accommodation is located in the heart of Lancashire perfect homes with lovely walks and eateries just a steps away
  • Wonderful quirky accommodation, very clean and we had a very relaxing 2 day stay. Log burner is an amazing bonus. Would definitely stay again.

    Jillanne2020-03-01T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely cosy apartment. Very neat and tidy and Anne the host went out of her way to make this a really pleasant stay. Would stay again.

    Victoria2020-02-18T00:00:00Z
  • Quirky, but fantastic place to stay. Hosts left some lovely provisions. Great beds, fire and wonderful shower.

    Dominic2020-01-05T00:00:00Z
  • A cosy and well equipped flat in a great, tucked away location.

    Andy2020-01-02T00:00:00Z
  • A really lovely place. Unique, quirky but an amazing venue with some really lovely touches and facilities.

    Dominic2019-12-08T00:00:00Z
  • Great quirky little place with a cute wood stove and great heating!

    Faye2019-10-27T00:00:00Z
  • Anne's place was brilliant, it has lots of character, it's cosy, clean and was perfect for a getaway for 2 couples, we had log fires and games one evening and went to a nearby spa on another - Woodland Spa- it was a great place to come back to. Comfy beds, and great original space. Great communication, lovely personal touches and we felt well looked after, would definitely stay again.

    Beth2019-09-28T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely place to stay, clean, comfortable and quirky outside area with good parking

    Samantha2019-09-22T00:00:00Z
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    Property Type

    Apartment


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    2

    Accrington, England, United Kingdom

    Hi All My cosy little house is the perfect place for a short stay. The area is close to transport links, cafes, supermarkets. There are various other shops within walking distance. The train station is a 5 minute walk away which can take you to the surrounding areas, e.g Manchester, Blackburn, etc. The house is equipped with all the essentials to a standard which is liveable for a short stay or long periods of time. There is parking in front of the house and on the streets around the house.
    There is a kitchen and living room downstairs. There is one double bedroom upstairs and one small single bed room.
  • Great and cheap place to stay

    Jakub2020-03-05T00:00:00Z
  • The perfect stay. Lovely home very snug and cosy home, a lot of little details and efforts have been put in to give it that extra friendly touch. Super cosy bed. Lots of blankets and extra pillows provided. Super clean house. Lovely fresh smell as you walk in. Smart TV with Netflix already set up. Free wifi. Nice gesture of free continental breakfast. Bathroom amenities provided. I have stayed at a lot of 5 star hotels for work travels however will be staying at Henna’s cosy home in future as the privacy and cleanliness and super responsive host makes a stay away from home feel like home. Tesco is a 5 min walk and train station is not too far either. Definitely recommended.

    Kiran2020-02-29T00:00:00Z
  • Perfectly located for central Accrington, clean, tidy and good value, would definitely recommend.

    James2020-02-26T00:00:00Z
  • As it says in the name! The house is so cosy and it’s easy and convenient to get to other places. There’s a Tesco just up the road which was a great help.

    Kiran2020-02-23T00:00:00Z
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    Lancashire, England, United Kingdom

    Luxurious bedroom, double bed, modern decor with River outlook.
    My home is recently renovated in a quiet location and overlooks the river Irwell.
    My home is in a quiet residential area. Great area for walks and close to the amenities of Ramsbottom and East Lancs steam railway.
  • I cannot fault staying here. This was my first Airbnb experience and i could only hope that when i use Airbnb again that the next experience is as great as the one i just had. Thank you so much, i would recommend anyone to stay here.

    Mark2019-12-01T00:00:00Z
  • We stayed at Jacqueline’s house for a night while visiting Manchester for a concert. The house was amazing and huge. Jacqueline made us feel like home and she was very happy to help us with directions and travel tips. The bedroom was lovely and very spacious with one of the most comfortable beds we have ever slept in. We also had our own bathroom and a lovely breakfast with coffee and pastries in the morning. The whole house was lovely decorated and cozy! We will definitely be back!

    Antonia2019-11-17T00:00:00Z
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    Ramsbottom, England, United Kingdom

    Please note that we are no longer taking new AirBnB bookings, although we will be available to guests who have already stayed with us and would like to return. Please contact us via AirBnB to find out more!
    This large, clean double bedroom containing a king size bed and a dressing table with drawers available for use. We also have a travel cot and double air bed that could be used for children and another spare room that could be utilized for an extra guest if required; please contact us for more information. *1 additional guest in the same room won't be charged but an additional fee will be charged for extra guests or if an extra room is required.* In addition, the room contains a double wardrobe, and a a large chest of drawers and a tallboy. Normally, these are utilized by us, but we can leave them empty if storage is required. A shared family bathroom is immediately next to the room. There is free wireless internet connection available throughout the house (bear in mind there's no TV in the room, most guests watch movies and TV through their laptop but you're welcome to watch TV with us in the living room). Drinks and snacks can be provided to be taken in the room as desired. We do not provide a cooked breakfast but you will be able to help yourself to toast and cereal and other meals can be provided if required. Vegetarians and Vegans can be catered for. Clean and fresh towels and bed linen will be provided. Pets are welcome (within reason!).
    *Please note: AirBnB does not necessarily show you the property nearest to your search criteria, so please check that Broadclough Farm is actually where you want to stay before booking* Broadclough Farm is located in the heart of the East Lancashire Moors, on the edge of the beautiful Rossendale Valley. Situated about a mile out of Bacup proper, Broadclough is a small hamlet whose name literally means broad valley; it has the feel of a rural hamlet whilst being within walking distance of the amenities of Bacup. English Heritage proclaimed Bacup to be the best preserved cotton town in England. It's a quiet and sleepy place with a high street full of local shops. Plus it retains many of the quirky folk festivities (such as the Britannia Coconutters beating the bounds) that most other places have lost over the last 60 years. For many, Bacup is becoming a destination in it's own right. The East Lancashire Railway is a heritage railway located around 5 miles away in Rawtenstall. The railways is a great day out and sees steam trains and other locomotives taking passengers to Heywood in Greater Manchester (from where you can easily jump on the Metrolink into Manchester centre if you wanted). Within minutes' walk from the house, you'll find some Dark Age earthworks, called Broadclough Dykes. The dykes are associated with the Battle of Brannaburg, one of the most important battle's in the history of the British Isles. The battle saw Anglo-Saxon King Æthelstan, grandson of Alfred the Great (who ruled the English kingdoms), defeat an army made up of Welsh, Scots, Irish and Vikings, following his annexation of Kingdom of Northumberland. Leading Æthelstan to be regarded by most, as the first King of England. Rossendale has the densest network of public rights of way in Lancashire and Broadclough is the perfect place to set out hiking from. So you can go off rambling over the moors and through the cloughs (valleys) to your hearts content if that's what you fancy. We're in an out of the way, although easily accessible, location; if you're looking for somewhere in the heart of a town or city then we're probably not the right place for you. Having said that, although we do back onto the moors, we're not in a completely isolated spot. Whether you're looking for a summer holiday, a winter break or just want a night or two away, we hope you'll consider staying with us at Broadclough Farm and enjoy what we and the area has to offer.
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    Bacup, England, United Kingdom

    Cosy cottage complete with original beams. Ideal location for walkers, hikers, artists and photographers.
    Close to Norden and Bamford village. Excellent local pubs and restaurants.
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    Greater Manchester, England, United Kingdom

    *As seen on The Great Staycation: Dot's Farm, BBC 1 HD* A small, cosy, heated one room treehouse. A double sofa bed lit by fairy lights with an electric kettle for making brews. A small basic kitchen is nearby (shared with farm staff) and has a microwave, sink and a toaster along with crockery and cutlery. We don't have a shower or bath tub (yet!) just a basic WC and sink, not very glamorous as we're a working farm, but we think the quirky treehouse makes up for the basic loo and kitchenette.
    ***HEALTH AND SAFETY NOTICE*** Coven Treehouse is just that - a treehouse - it is up a steep, uneven set of (sturdy) steps. There are slippery tree routes at the base of the tree. The wind makes the tree sway so the treehouse does too. Staying here requires some common sense and self risk assessment on your part. This is NOT a suitable venue for those who would not be able to exit the treehouse safely and quickly should there be a freak lightning storm or severe gales. Such events are extremely unlikely but guests booking this accomodation should not do so without a working smart phone which allows them to keep an eye on the weather forecast and vacate the accommodation should a lighting storm or high winds (35mph+) be predicted. DO NOT book this accommodation unless you know you are able to bring a working smartphone on which you will be able to get regular weather updates. This is for your own safety. Thanks for your cooperation :) Coven Treehouse overlooks Alden valley with our free range hen house directly below. Fab sunrise and sunset views can be seen from the windows and when you lie in bed you can see where the sky meets the horizon and the branches of the trees. There's a bookcase with a fab selection of kids books, all the Harry Potters and a load of recent books from great authors. Its not a swap shelf so please leave our books on the shelf for others to enjoy after your stay. I have draft proofed and insulated the treehouse and there is a small heater so it can be kept toasty warm and cosy in there easily. CHECK IN is any time at all from 5pm onwards - it's self check in so it doesn't matter at all when you arrive. You won't disturb anyone if you arrive in the middle of the night after a night out/ long drive. Check out is 10am. If you watched us on the BBC and saw we also have a hot tub, we're currently figuring out the best way to set up a system so guests can book to use it when they get here. It will definitely be available to use from March, but only ~40% chance we'll get it sorted by December (but we're working on it!) It'll cost £15 per hour to hire out the tub for 2 people.
    Neighbourhood updated The farm is tucked away off the private Alden road, this is a quiet place to stay with no street lights shining in through the windows or cars driving past. A short walk away is Helmshore textile museum where you can explore the rich history of the cotton, wool and linen industry here in this part of Lancashire. The museum also holds the local farmers market on the first Sunday of every month. WALKING We are situated minutes away from a bridleway that takes you up to peel tower, which lends spectacular views over Manchester. Haslingden grane is about a 25 minute walk away and is a great spot for bird watching. There is a walk opposite the farm that takes up the large stone at the tip of Musbury tor. EATiNG The cotton house is a modern bar with a nice atmosphere some great cocktails and good food. A little further up from that is the local shop Neary’s which is usually stocked with all your necessities including extra firewood. We are a ten minute drive from Ramsbottom, a popular alternative town in greater Manchester that has some great eateries, The Mousetrap and Eagle and Child are fantastic places to eat and drink. It also has the only plastic free shop this side of Manchester, ‘plentiful’. Also hosts the farmers market on the second Sunday of every month. PUBS Back on Helmshore road in between the cotton house and Neary’s is the station hotel. there are no airs or graces here but it has friendly locals and the station hotel has a pool table a beer garden. There is also Robin Hood pub which is on the way to Haslingden Grane and has a lovely beer garden. At the foot of peel tower, is the shoulder of mutton which is a popular stopover from the walk. SIGHTS There is a bus stop 25 minutes walk away that has regular buses to Manchester. There is a steam railway that goes from Rawtenstall to bury, trough Ramsbottom, (if you listen closely you can hear it in the distance on the farm) The link will tell you more information. http://www.eastlancsrailway.org.uk/plan-your-day-out/destinations/ramsbottom.aspx We are just 30 minute drive from Pendle hill, a hour away from the forest of Bowland and an hour and a half drive away from those wanting to explore the lake district.
  • We spent a lovely night in the tree house. Rainy and windy outside but warm and cosy inside. Great view of the hills in the morning as we ate our breakfast. After breakfast a nice walk round Musbery Heights.

    Steve2020-03-08T00:00:00Z
  • A great night in the tree house with stunning views

    Nicholas2020-02-29T00:00:00Z
  • Absolutely cannot fault this place. What an absolute treasure of a place for a mini weekend adventure. Felt like a kid again up in that treehouse. If you come across this option do yourself a favour and book it 🙏🏽

    Wendy2020-02-23T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely host, beautiful environment, Everything that you would expect from a working farm glamping holiday, fantastic views, very clean accommodation, and super friendly host... Excellent

    Diane2020-02-22T00:00:00Z
  • We had a lovely stay in the Treehouse despite the weather not being great. Very quirky and cute. Good communication from the host Dot and easy self check in. Don’t forget your wellies and a torch 👍 We would definitely stay again xx

    Lauren2020-02-15T00:00:00Z
  • Had an amazing time. What a great adventure. This weekend was to celebrate 4 years since we had met and it was romantic snuggled up in the treehouse. The tree house is quirky, cute and sooo cosy warm. Bedsettee was comfy and having kettle was great as I'm grumpy till I've had my coffee in a morning. Toilet / sinks very clean. Views were wonderful. Shame it was cloud at night as I am sure the view of the moon would have been lovely ( great British weather lol ) List of local pubs / eateries was good. Intinary was good and let's you know exactly what to expect and what to bring ( torch an wellies/ boots) Met Tom ( cat) who is cute but cheeky he tried to follow us in one night. Had an amazing time and would thoroughly recommend the Tree house. Looking forward to going back in April to stay in the Yhurt

    Tracey2020-02-09T00:00:00Z
  • Really nice cosy getaway! Bed was a little thin on the bottom so maybe recommend bringing an extra blanket to lay underneath but aside from that it was fab and would definitely stay again!

    Lauren2020-02-05T00:00:00Z
  • This was a truly special place to stay! Bec, Charlie and Dot have the most gorgeous surroundings to make a night in feel so cosy. The night we stayed it was rainy and the sounds on the roof was so something to go to sleep to! It was a windy, rainy February day, and we were nice and warm in the treehouse - no need to take extra blankets! Felt so magical! We ate at a nearby place “the visitor store” really lovely food and nice staff there too.

    Holly2020-02-02T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Treehouse


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Rossendale, United Kingdom

    Extensively renovated modern 3 bedroom property. Perfectly located for quick access to the M65 motorway for business travellers. We are also ideally located for those wishing to visit the nearby Ribble Valley & it's idyllic countryside setting alongside a host of mouthwatering food and drink establishments. We are just a minute's walk from the famous Finch Bakery and Clacky Diner Chippy. Great Harwood high street is only a 2 minute walk where you will find a host of shops cafes and pubs.
    The property has been extensively modified and offers all the modern conveniences you would expect from such a property. It also boasts a large, gated rear garden which is ideal for excercising animals. The property is ideally located if your wishing to attend a wedding at: Mitton Hall, The Dunkenhalgh - 12 Mins Drive. Eaves Hall, The Out Barn, Bashall Barn, Holmes Mill - 18 Mins drive. Check in/out is flexible to suit guest needs where possible please be aware that bookings before or after the stay in question may impact the availability of late departures or early arrivals. Please message me prior to booking for peace of mind.
    The neighbourhood consists of a traditionally styled, former industrial town with a friendly and pleasant atmosphere. Great Harwood is known for being the birth place of John Mercer whom is also known as the 'father' of Great Harwood, he revolutionised the cotton dyeing process with his invention of mercerisation.
  • The house was lovely and just what we needed

    Nic2020-03-21T00:00:00Z
  • Nice house parking looks tough but isn't something you should be worried about. Would recommend.

    Michael2020-03-09T00:00:00Z
  • A lovely, warm, comfortable stay with nice homely touches in a great location.

    Lindsay2020-02-28T00:00:00Z
  • Great well appointed house. Spotless and lovely to stay in albeit for a flying visit!

    Davina2020-02-23T00:00:00Z
  • Everything as expected, very good contact with the owner. I highly recommend accommodation.

    Kamila2020-02-20T00:00:00Z
  • The house was exactly as described. Communication was great and parking was super easy. All in all, it was a wonderful stay with a great host. Thanks!

    Jim2020-02-16T00:00:00Z
  • Newly refurbished very clean property. Perfect location and close to everything you would need. We would stay again.

    Sabina2020-02-08T00:00:00Z
  • Really great Airbnb for people with small children - comfy cot provided and good high chair and stair gate! Lovely place with good heating and comfortable living space. Highly recommended!

    Christina2020-01-27T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    8


    Bedrooms

    3

    Great Harwood, England, United Kingdom

    A beautiful Victorian House next to the leafy Stubbins Estate Walk and 15 min walk to Ramsbottom Village with excellent local restaurants and shops and close to Rossendale. 12 miles from Manchester 15 min drive to Heaton park A perfect house for a party of walkers or large families - family gatherings 3 double bedrooms - 1 double sofa bed and 1 double air bed and sleeps 10 people - It has one living room and one dining room Don’t use the 2nd living room please as it’s being renovated
    The house is set next to Stubbins National Trust walkway . It’s an ideal location for walkers and also 10 minutes from the motorway and 25 minutes to Manchester City centre. Ramsbottom Village is a 5 minute drive . In 1947, Colonel Austin Townsend Porritt gave The Stubbins Estate to the National Trust. This included 436 acres of farmland and a small portion of Holcombe Moor for public access and pleasure. This walk circles part of the Stubbins Estate. It is just under 2 miles or 3 km in length and although it covers rough terrain is achievable in an hour. https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/gawthorpe-hall/projects/restoring-holcombe-moor
    You have many different walks right on your doorstep please read up about the stubbins national trusts estates and walks around Rossendale and Ramsbottom There are some amazing restaurants around and in Ramsbottom please book in advance Another gem in the foodie crown for Ramsbottom is the fact that you won't find any chains here. Aside from the odd supermarket, all the restaurants and bars are independent, and part of a tight knit community. But it's not just stonking restaurants you'll find in Rammy. The distinguished cuisine is matched by a sense of humour and heritage - with events like the Black Pudding Throwing Championships and The Ramsbottom Chocolate Festival drawing huge crowds. And that's not to mention the reintroduction of the The East Lancashire Railway, which has made the picturesque town a proper tourist destination. All of this has combined to create a thriving food scene in the area, with rumours of lots more to open in the near futre. Here's a round up of the best bars and restaurants in Ramsbottom. For walks etc please follow link below http://www.visitbury.com/things-to-do/peel-tower-holcombe-moor-and-ramsbottom-p135001 For Pubs & Bars please see info below https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/whats-on/food-drink-news/best-pubs-bars-ramsbottom-17770146.amp
  • Lovely home, perfect for a weekend away!

    Mikoe2020-03-15T00:00:00Z
  • Lots of space, lovely and warm and very quiet

    Ian2020-02-23T00:00:00Z
  • This is a charming house in a lovely location. Great dog walks on the door step and very peaceful, whilst being close to the local villages. Very comfortable beds and plenty of towels etc. The house is a work in progress but it’s lovely to see it be transformed. You can see that Poppy is creating a really special home for guests to enjoy. We really enjoyed our stay.

    John2020-02-21T00:00:00Z
  • Poppy has a great house and I would be glad to stay there again. The communication was great and check in and check out was very easy. The property can be a little difficult to find at first but it is in a great location and I would recommend this stay to anyone.

    Matt2020-01-24T00:00:00Z
  • Great stay in Ramsbottom! This is a beautiful old house, constantly being improved and restored. The guest rooms are refurbished beautifully and make for a very comfortable stay. The bathroom is very grand! We had a little family reunion there for a few days and really enjoyed the location and the ambiance. Clean premises, comfortable beds, responsive host who attended a heating hiccup personally.

    Addy2020-01-05T00:00:00Z
  • A beautiful, very peaceful house with some fabulous rooms, especially the bathroom. Parts of the house and garden are a work in progress but it is this beautiful property is being transformed into a very elegant space. The stay was so relaxing and undisturbed, with a lovely walk to nearby Ramsbottom. Poppy couldn’t have been more helpful and I really appreciated her willingness to help and her quick responses. Would love to stay again and can recommend to others. Many thanks.

    Ben2019-12-22T00:00:00Z
  • The house is much bigger than expected and feels really luxurious. Beautiful and quiet surrounding. The bathroom is beautiful and the bedrooms are large and comfortable. A lovely, relaxing holiday only a short walk in to Ramsbottom too.

    Katrina2019-12-01T00:00:00Z
  • This place is even better than in the pictures. The property is massive and the bathroom is to die for. The bath and shower are both equally amazing. The bedrooms are perfect size and put together to a nice standard. The living room is warm and has everything you need. The walk up the driveway to the property is steep. I highly recommend this place and can't wait to go back.

    Glenn2019-11-18T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    10


    Bedrooms

    3

    Ramsbottom, England, United Kingdom

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