Cottage | 1 bedrooms | sleeps 2
*** Newly opened for 2014 *** Guests automatically get a 10% discount off when booking for a week or more***
This cosy cottage is hidden away in the Borough of Pendle, the village of Trawden on the Lancashire / Yorkshire border is a great touring base for a country lover. The cottage is over 150 years old and is part of a Victorian converted bakery.
It can house two people comfortably with its spacious open plan. The cottage is ideal for a couple it contains a lounge area with vaulted ceiling, freeview tv, a private double bedroom with vaulted ceiling and Juliet balcony, bathroom with P shaped bath with shower, fitted kitchen with a dining area. It has the benefit of underfloor heating which is delightful. There is also free WIFI.
There are lots of interesting walks on the doorstep of the cottage, ideal for walkers and cyclists alike. We are situated at the foot of Boulsworth Hill which is a good walk, where on a nice day you can see straight across to Pendle Hill home of the Pendle Witches.
We have a mini supermarket with post office, a local pub who serve superb food less than 1 minutes walk away,a church and there is also a really nice gift shop with cafe. Regular bus service with the bus stop 1minute away.
Situated about 2.4 miles from Trawden there is bustling market town of Colne home of the famous Boundary Mill, market days Wednesday & Saturday it has a good choice of individual shops in the new Shackelton Arcade, a good choice of coffee shops, restaurants and 2 theatres. The Leeds Liverpool Canal lies just outside Colne where you can take a sail on a Barge through the mile tunnel. This also makes for a nice walk. Colne also hosts the Great Rhythm & Blues festival in August and a beer festival in February.
Wycollar (bronte Country) under 2 miles
Skipton the gateway to the Dales is just under 12 miles away with its impressive castle, market and eateries.
Haworth the home of the Bronte family, with its shamble like shops and steam trains just under 10 miles from our cottage.
Manchester is 40 minutes away.
Amenities: Gas underfloor heating. Gas hob, fan assisted oven, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine and tumble dryer, TV with Freeview, All fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. There is also free WIFI.
Sorry, no smoking and no pets.
|Size||Sleeps up to 2, 1 bedrooms|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|General||Central heating, TV, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Double beds (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 4|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
Northern England region
We are in the Borough of Pendle which boasts Pendle Hill with its famous witches and walks. There are many little villages offering local pubs and shops.
Colne is the nearest town under 2.5 miles, it is referred to as Bonnie Colne on the hill. Home of Wallace Hartley (Titanic Fame) Titanic museum, quirky shops and excellent coffee shops. Colne is recently best known for its TV advertising the famous Boundary Mill it hosts a cafe, a restaurant and Fish & Chip restaurant and Take away.
Our town has been featured on Hovis and insurance adverts.
There are 2 theatre's the busiest is the Municipal hall which hosts a variety of concerts and festivals.A popular one is the beer festival that goes on for 3 days. It is also hosts the Great Rhythm and Blues Festival in August where bands from all over the world perform.
The Leeds Liverpool canal lies on the edge of Colne where you can watch the barges go through the locks or have a cruise through the mile tunnel.
Nearby is Burnley with Townlely Hall set in a beautiful park with cafe a Garden Centre next door. Burnley also has another famous hall Gawthrope Hall is a National Trust Property where its rumoured has its own ghost.
Not far away is the market towns of Skipton and Clitheroe both boasts a castle and both have cattle markets.
Haworth is only 10 minutes away soaked in history, home of the Bronte family, steam trains and shamble type shops down a cobbled lane, a must for tourists. Some very good pubs and eateries.
Situated on the Lancashire / Yorkshire border in a small village surrounded with the open country side. A haven for walkers, ramblers and cyclists with many maps available for the area The Bronte Walk , Pendle Way and The Pennine Way to name just a few.
Trawden lies on the edge of Boulsworth moor a nice walk, on a clear day you can see across to Pendle Hill.
Local historians believe that Chelsea Bridge now stands core settlement in medieval times.
Trawden hosts a garden show scarecrow trail and an Agricultural Show in the summer months.