Exploring the most Picturesque & Historic parts of England
An attractive 3-bedroomed, grade II listed barn
conversion, originally built in 1765, with parking and
enclosed garden. Situated just outside Belthorn village,
near Blackburn, down an unadopted lane, and with walking
on the West Pennine Moors direct from the door.
Blackburn and Darwen with extensive facilities are each
about 3 miles away. An excellent base for walking or
exploring the North West, with Manchester, Liverpool,
Blackpool and Lytham St Annes all within one hours drive,
as are the historic towns of Clitheroe and Skipton.
Stunning long distance views towards the Fylde Coast. 3
pubs locally. Flexible start days - please enquire. Free Wi-Fi.
This is a large, typical Lancashire village lying close to the urban sprawl of Blackburn and Accrington...
Some of the town's loveliest architecture comes from the Victorian era, this can be seen in the elegant Victorian Market Hall with its clock and rich display of sculpture...
This attractive hillside village occupies a pleasant rural location close to two pretty reservoirs and the historic house known as Turton Tower...
The countryside surrounding the town offers lakes, woods and hills, with distant Winter Hill rising to a height of 456 feet...
It was here that James I created "Sirloin" when he supposedly knighted his beef!..
Padiham is a thriving Lancashire town lying on the Calder River. It is most famous as the home of Gawthorpe Hall, a noted country estate built early in the 17th-century for the.....
A picturesque village in the Ribble Valley..
An observation tower circa 1897Standing at 86ft high, apparently you can sometimes see the Welsh Hills from it on a very clear.....
The name of this spacious green park situated at Darwen in Lancashire epitomises the endeavour of the local borough engineer who.....
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