Herd House Holiday Homes are a group if three properties two are next door to each other one is 30 meters across the yard. All have exposed stone work and oak beams, two have a wood burning stove, in the three properties two of the lounges are very large. There is access to the patio area with seating, shrubbery and grass area.
There are 17 beds and 3 sofa beds in the properties 4 of the beds are king size.
All properties are spacious with lovely rural views. All have wifi
For the larger group the properties offer large get together spaces and yet have room to spread out.
Herd House is set in rural Lancashire, yet close to the motorway. Making this the ideal setting for those wishing to tour the wider areas of Lancashire, the Lakes, and East Yorkshire. Burnley has each year a Blues festival, and in July the Balloon festival and a walking week, Briercliffe has historic connection with the Quaker Movement some of the older properties being used as a meeting house.
For people looking for the historic castles there are Skipton and Clitheroe. Houghton Tower is a 16th century fortified manor house. Country houses include Townley and Slamesbury halls. Howarth art gallery has the largest collection of Tiffany glass in Europe. The Abbeys of Whalley and Sawley. The ruins of Wycoller Hall with it's Bronte connections, all this and more is just a short journey.
For the adventurous the farm is has a small family run Riding School where you can try a horse riding lesson, or if you can ride we can take you hacking over the countryside. Very near is a activity centre where Archery, Abseiling, Canoeing, Orienteering, Bush craft & survival skills, Gorge scrambling, Hill walking, Improvised raft building, Bumpazorbing plus lots of other workshops and activities. Golf facilities there are 5 clubs in the area, fishing, in the reservoir near by.
For the walker we have the Forrest of Trawden and Wycoller country park, Hard castle craggs, Widdop moor and Gorple moor. Howarth and Bronte country, all well worth a visit. The Forrest of Bowland owned by the Duchy of Lancaster and is favoured by the royal family. Pendle Hill is a must with it's connection to the Lancashire witches' whose story has not been forgotten in 400 years. Not forgetting that Burnley has the largest area of parkland in the country for a town of it's size.
Industrial heritage Queen Street Mill, with it's working steam engine, was used as a set for the film The Kings Speech. For the steam enthusiast the Settle to Carlisle line takes you over the Ribblehead Viaduct one of the wonders of the industrial age, Clun chain railway in Preston has 40 steam trains, Howarth and Skipton have steam lines that run a regular service.
The beaches of Blackpool, Morecambe, and Southport, are about 1 hour away. At Crosby there are the sculptures on the beach, and down the road a Formby the woodland in home to the Red Squirrels
All of this can be found from walking distance to an hours drive away, travel further and there is much more, so come and visit.