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Cobden View Bungalow

  • 2 bedrooms
  • 4 sleeps
  • 3 nights min stay
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Cobden View

Excellent 5/5 Excellent – based on 12 reviews

  • Bungalow
  • 2 bedrooms
  • 4 sleeps
  • 3 nights min stay

Description from owner

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A 4 star, sleep 4 Forest of Bowland holiday cottage in spectacular countryside. Allows dogs.Enjoy the stunning scenery surrounding Cobden View, a detached, comfortable cottage in its own grounds, at Cobden Farm, a hillside working farm at Sabden in the beautiful Forest of Bowland Area Of Outstanding Natural Beauty.Cobden View is spacious yet cosy. All on one level, it has two double bedrooms, a kitchen dining room, a sitting room with wood burner and widescreen TV, a hallway, a four-piece modern bathroom with underfloor heating and a large utility room with plenty of space for boots, bikes and prams and drying clothes. It also has some chairs where you can sit and watch the changing colours of Pendle Hill.Relax and absorb the tranquillity as you look out across Sabden Valley towards Pendle Hill. On cooler days, you can light up the wood burner in the sitting room for a cosy focus. It all adds up to a beautiful get-away-from-it-all setting - yet still within five miles of main and motorway

A 4 star, sleep 4 Forest of Bowland holiday cottage in spectacular countryside. Allows dogs.Enjoy the stunning scenery surrounding Cobden View, a detached, comfortable cottage in its own grounds, at Cobden Farm, a hillside working farm at Sabden in the beautiful Forest of Bowland Area Of Outstanding Natural Beauty.Cobden View is spacious yet cosy. All on one level, it has two double bedrooms, a kitchen dining room, a sitting room with wood burner and widescreen TV, a hallway, a four-piece modern bathroom with underfloor heating and a large utility room with plenty of space for boots, bikes and prams and drying clothes. It also has some chairs where you can sit and watch the changing colours of Pendle Hill.Relax and absorb the tranquillity as you look out across Sabden Valley towards Pendle Hill. On cooler days, you can light up the wood burner in the sitting room for a cosy focus. It all adds up to a beautiful get-away-from-it-all setting - yet still within five miles of main and motorway road networks.There is plenty to do and see in the Forest of Bowland, Ribble Valley and further afield. Walk out of the door and set off on one of the many public footpaths that crisscross the Valley (a Pendle Hill walk is a must-do); link up with one of the cycle or mountain bike routes not far away; visit the nearby market town of Clitheroe with its ancient castle and £3m visitor centre. There's a good swimming pool too.Tour the pretty and historic villages of the Ribble Valley and Forest of Bowland. Whalley Abbey, Whalley itself, Hurst Green and Stonyhurst with its Tolkein Trail are definites for a visit. For a full day out, Skipton, Lancaster, Manchester, Blackpool and the Fylde Coast, the Yorkshire Dales, the Peak District and Haworth Country are all in easy reach.Sabden village is a mile away by road, but nearer by footpaths. It has three churches, two pubs, three shops and the long-established Pendle Antique Centre which is well worth a visit. Pendle Ski club is nearby, as are several golf courses, fishing lakes and riding stables. The list 'where to eat' places in the Forest of Bowland is amazing - just check out the national award winning Ribble Valley Food Trail for 'starters'.Cobden View is at Cobden Farm, accessed by a farm road off Whalley Road, opposite Lamb Row, Sabden. Cobden View, which has wi-fi throughout, is spacious with laminate flooring throughout the living areas. It is all on one level, centrally heated by oil, and has:- A fully equipped and fitted dining kitchen, including dishwasher, refrigerator, microwave oven, electric hob and oven. - An adjoining utility room has a freezer and washing machine, plus some chairs where you can sit and look across to the steeper heights of Pendle Hill.- The sitting room has comfy leather sofas, a wood burning stove, TV, DVD player, Wii and selection of games and magazines.- The modern four-piece bathroom (bath, corner shower, basin and WC) has underfloor heating to keep you cosy.- Wake up in the main bedroom that has a kingsize bed, fitted wardrobes as well as bedside tables, a chest of drawers .- Or wake up in the twin-bed room with bedside table and fitted, mirrored wardrobes.- Both bedrooms are south facing and look out onto the secluded rear garden as well as the farm fields.- Cot and highchair available.- Well behaved dogs welcome at £10 per pet per week.- Car essential.- Steps up to the main side entrance door.

Location description from owner

The England region

The award winning Forest of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is a place that wins hearts and minds. Unspoiled, a haven for all visitors - and for walkers, mountain bikers, cyclists (Sir Bradley Wiggins trains on the fells), birdwatchers, outdoor enthusiasts, yet with plenty to do and within easy distance of towns and cities across Northern England that offer different attractions. It is central to Northern England, and Cobden View is ideally placed for visitors to benefit from the network of main roads, motorways links, bus and train routes all within five miles.If you're driving, Preston, Skipton, Blackpool, Manchester, the Yorkshire Dales, the North York Moors, Bronte Country, Leeds, and the Lake District are all about an hour away.

Clitheroe

The Forest of Bowland and Ribble Valley, which overlap in parts, have dozens of lovely villages and places all worth seeing, walking or driving to. Cobden View looks out to Pendle Hill, famous as the home of Lancashire Witches and you can see the everchanging colours of the Hill that stands proud and alone between the fells of the Trough of Bowland and the Pennine foothills to the east. Just set off walking on one of the footpaths on the farm and see for yourselves.Buses stop at the bottom of our farm road that leads up to Cobden View at Cobden Farm. Buses link up at Whalley, Burnley or the Clitheroe Interchange which serves also the train station. Just a few of the places to visit are: Ribchester with its Roman museum, where you can walk along the River Ribble, cafes and popular play area for children; Whalley with its Abbey, independent shops and restaurants; Clitheroe with its visitor centre and castle keep, independent shops, twice weekly market, busy music and entertainment venue The Grand, a riverside play area at Edisford Bridge throngs with children on finer days.Downham, an unspoiled village, has been the setting for film and TV programmes.Chatburn has the long established Hudson's Ice Cream shop.Dunsop Bridge, the centre of Great Britain and part of the Queen's Duchy of Lancaster estate, has Puddleducks cafe and some gorgeous riverside walks.Slaidburn, again with riverside walks, is steeped in history.Cobblehey Gardens and cafe.The Wildboar Park is a great day out if you have children.Barley at the foot of Pendle Hill's Big End has some good walks - including the challenge of climbing the stone steps to the top of the hill.Skipton is a lovely market town too, with a three-times weekly market set out on the main street and with a castle, ever popular with visitors. The Leeds Liverpool canal winds through the town, with canal boats offering day trips.If you're feeling active, try the mountain bike rides or walks through Gisburn Forest; visit Stocks Reservoir where a village lies under the water - seen only when the water is low; Beacon Fell Country Park with a lovely visitor centre is not far away. Head for the Trough of Bowland - our own version of Glencoe landscape - to Lancaster, Garstang, Chipping. Unbeatable. Or just aim for Jubilee Tower which has panoramic views across Morecambe Bay.The country lanes and mass of public footpaths crisscross the whole area. Walks from the door at Cobden View can take you anywhere you want. There are fishing lakes and the Leeds Liverpool canal not far away, at least five golf courses, swimming pools and riding stables. If you enjoy shopping, a visit to Boundary Mill at the end of the M65 at Colne is a must. It will keep you there all day.Barden Mill, another shopping outlet, is at Pendle Village off Junction 12 of the M65.

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Key Info

  • Child friendly
  • Car essential
  • Ask about pets
  • Private garden

Families

  • Great for children of all ages
  • Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner
  • Cot available
  • High chair available

Bed & bathroom

  • 1 Double Bed, 2 Single Beds, 1 Cot available
  • 1 Family bathroom

Amenities

  • Wi-Fi available
  • Private garden
  • BBQ
  • Internet access
  • Central heating
  • Fireplace
  • Cooker
  • Fridge
  • Freezer
  • Microwave
  • Toaster
  • Kettle
  • Dishwasher
  • Washing machine
  • Iron
  • High chair available
  • TV
  • Video player
  • DVD player
  • CD player
  • Hair dryer
  • Linen provided
  • Towels provided

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Access

  • Parking
  • Secure parking
  • Not suitable for wheelchair users

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Smoking
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About the owner

Margaret W
Response rate:
100%
Calendar updated:
16 Aug 2016

Languages spoken: English


This Bungalow has 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom and sleeps 4. It’s been listed on Holiday Lettings since 04 Oct 2013. Located in Lancashire, it has 12 reviews with an overall rating of 5. The average weekly rate varies from £310 to £550.

The Owner has a response rate of 100% and the property’s calendar was last updated on 16 Aug 2016.

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“Extremely pleasant surroundings and accomodation”

Reviewed 3 Sep 2015

On arrival it was clear this was a great choice, The cottage was set in a working farm yard with spectacular views all around. The owner was there to meet us and could not have been more helpful, The cottage itself had everything you could possibly want and even fresh eggs, milk and a tin of freshly baked scones were left for us. I would not hesitate to recommend this property to others and I certainly feel we will be back at Cobden View again soon. Thanks to all involved.

Thank you for taking time to write a review of your stay in Cobden View. We're delighted you all enjoyed the cottage and the beautiful countryside around. It was a pleasure to meet you and your family. Thanks for coming to stay!

“lovely”

Reviewed 5 Jun 2015

Beautiful cottage in the midst of a working farm. Very clean and well stocked. Beautiful views and great sunsets. Maggie and John could not have been nicer. I feel as if we made new friends besides being very well looked after.

We were so pleased you enjoyed staying at Cobden View - and visiting 'family' places in our lovely Forest of Bowland area. It was good to meet you and your cousin. Maybe we'll see you again one day !

“The perfect peaceful country holiday.”

Reviewed 16 Sep 2014

A lovely cottage in a beautiful setting with stunning views, we couldn't have asked for anything more. The dogs were very well catered for and we were extremely comfortable. The cottage is very well equipped & offers the perfect peaceful holiday. A fabulous base for walking & places of interest to visit, not to mention that all the local people were very friendly & helpful. We will definitely be returning to this cottage!

We're delighted that Cobden View, and our beautiful Forest of Bowland and Sabden Valley countryside, worked their magic and you enjoyed your holiday with us. Thank you for your lovely comments.

“We loved our stay here”

Reviewed 6 Aug 2014

This is a beautifully clean cottage with everything you need (and more). Our hosts were so friendly and left us beautiful scones and fresh eggs on arrival which was more than welcome. The views from the cottage are lovely and there is a safe front garden for the kids to play in (young kids would need to be supervised). My children (7 and 10) had a ball playing with the many dogs on the farm and checking out the chickens etc- it was hard to get them to leave and go for a day out. Many thanks Margaret

Thanks for taking the time to review your holiday at Cobden View - and for your lovely comments in our guest book. We are so pleased you enjoyed your stay.

“Just perfect.”

Reviewed 5 Mar 2014

A beautiful cottage, in a beautiful location. Surrounded by incredible sights; this was the ideal getaway. The cottage's location was central to many different points of interest, and the nearby village provided all necessities. The cottage was immaculate and finished to a high standard, but with comfort kept at the forefront. The owners were friendly and welcoming, with superb contact leading up to our stay. Margaret went above and beyond for us and we'll definitely visit again.

Thanks for taking the time to review your stay at Cobden View and for your comments. We're delighted you enjoyed your short break in our beautiful area.

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