A COSY GEM IN THE HEART OF THE RIBBLE VALLEY WITH SPECTACULAR VIEWS This Grade 2 listed property is set within a quaint row of terraced cottages conveniently placed on the main road in to the popular village of Whalley looking out to the River Calder within the stunning Ribble Valley. The cottage is within reach of numerous stunning villages positioned in the timeless landscape of rural Lancashire. This area is known for its influence on the author J R Tolkien who was inspired while studying at Stoneyhurst College to write some amazing novels. The area is fast becoming known for its culinary delights with some award winning restaurants and boutique shops. Why not take in the scenery Tolkien did with many walks with unspoilt views. Local attractions include Clitheroe Castle Pendle Hill Bowland Wild Boar Park and Browsholme Hall. Within an hour drive to Blackpool the Lake District or the Yorkshire Dales. The accommodation is over 3 floors and offers TWO bedrooms: 1 double on the first floor and 1 twin on the lower ground floor. Bathroom: on the first floor with roll-top bath shower cubicle (please note shower will be out of action until September 2018) and WC. Lounge: with TV Freeview and DVD. Kitchen: well-equipped with electric oven fridge/freezer washing machine dishwasher and microwave. Outside: Steep tiered decked patio area to the rear of the property with seating and BBQ with views over open countryside. Amenities: roadside parking. Bed linen towels electric central heating and Free WiFi included. Regret no smoking. Regret no pets. Location: beach 25 miles pub and shop easy walking distance. Arrival: 4pm.
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- Calendar last updated:
- Jul 16, 2018
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Check-in: 4:30 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date. You must contact the owner directly to request cancellation.
beautiful home and terrace garden with great walks nearby
Rooms all very clean and comfortable, beautifully decorated and furnished with all we could have needed, including a modern kitchen and a lovely big bathroom with old-fashioned fittings. The terrace garden with two levels of seating was lovely for morning coffee and for watching the sun set. Only downside was the sound of traffic from the main road: being a listed building, it cannot be double-glazed, but of course on the other hand, the property had a unique character. (We were there on a bank holiday, so there may have been more traffic than usual passing through Whalley. The birdsong in the area was beautiful, being surrounded by trees and the river so close). A perfect location for walking in the woods, strolling by the river, walking into town and around the abbey ruins, and a short drive to Pendle Hill, Clitheroe and Hurst Green. Such beautiful countryside all around, and a very helpful and considerate property manager - we thoroughly enjoyed our stay - thank you!