This comfortable home provides very spacious first floor accommodation which has been newly converted with oak floors and Original Features. The property has a lovely light and airy feeling and is an ideal base from which to explore the local countryside.
You may wish to venture into the Trough of Bowland, which is just a short drive away, or the seaside resort of Blackpool, which is just a little further away. The Lake District and Manchester are both approximately 1 hour away. Shops 1 mile, pub less than 1 mile away and local market town also 1 mile away.
This property offers 2 double bedroom with separate shower room with WC, fully equipped kitchen/diner with open plan large lounge.
Short breaks Fri/Mon or Mon/Fri by arrangement ring owner
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