Angram Green Holiday Cottages , Lancashire

Angram Green Holiday Cottages
c/o Angram Green Farm Cottage
Worston
Clitheroe
Lancashire
BB7 1QB

Accreditations : 4 star
Sleeps : 1 - 4

Specialist breaks : Walking, Pet Friendly, Cycling

Rate low season : £280 pw

Rate high season : £476 pw

Credit cards accepted ? : N
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About Angram Green Holiday Cottages - Self Catering Cottage Holidays


Pendleside and Bridge End are two purpose built very comfortable furnished self catering cottages. They are compact, cosy and being on one level are suitable for the elderly and partially disabled. They have been built with character, open beams and stone fireplace in the lounge, and central heating to provide excellent holiday accommodation nestling by Pendle Hill in the beautiful Ribble Valley .

Situated on our working sheep farm just outside of Worston, near Clitheroe. The farm nestles at the foot of Pendle Hill and we have stunning views over the open country of the Ribble Valley.

Both cottages comprise of:

Two bedrooms - 1 double and 1 with a pair of child size bunks (2' 6' x 5' 9').
A cosy lounge with woodburning stove, TV and DVD player,
A fully fitted kitchen with dining table and chairs seating 4 people,
A bathroom with bath and shower, toilet and basin. The cottages water supply is from our a hill side spring
A private patio and sheltered seating area, with a large shared lawn area with views over open fields.

Both cottages are non smoking. 1 small well behaved pet is accepted by prior arrangement in Pendleside. Sorry no pets are allowed in Bridge End.

For the cyclist there is a lockable dry storage area for cycles and panniers.

Each cottage has ample parking.

High chair and travel cot available on request.

We can supply groceries and basic supplies for your arrival.

There is also a Camping and Caravanning Club Certificated Site - please see website for further details.


Angram Green Holiday Cottages Facilities

Dishwasher
Microwave
Washing machine
Tumble dryer
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Freezer
Cooker
Games Room
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Open Fire / Log Burner
Heating
Electricity included
Ensuite facilities
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TV
DVD
Sky TV
WiFi
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Towels provided
Bed linen provided
Disabled access
Ground floor bedrooms
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Children welcome
High Chair
Baby Cot
Pets welcome
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Parking
Swimming pool
Sauna / hot tub
Tennis court
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Garden
BBQ
Beaches nearby
Pub nearby
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Places To Visit

Discover the unspoilt countryside, Northern hospitality, enchanting towns and villages, Lancashire is a rural heaven.

Angram Green is the perfect base for exploring Pendle, The Forest of Bowland, Ribble Valley and beyond. We are ideally situated for walking, cycling, nature and bird watching as well as sightseeing and shopping.

We are 15 miles from Skipton, the gateway to the Yorkshire Dales National Park. The Lake District National Park is an hour away and Blackpool and the coast less than an hour away. For City shopping, museums and nightlife Preston and Manchester are also an hour away.

A well trodden network of foot paths in Lancashire make walking a real pleasure. Beacon Fell and the Forest of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty are on our doorstep and are ideal for walkers and cyclists alike. There are several Quiet lanes locally passing through beautiful villages. The Lancashire Cycleway uses minor roads and is well signposted. More adventurous cyclists can head for Gisburn Forest where there is 16 km of cycle network to be enjoyed.

Visit the walking and cycling page for walks and places to cycle on the Angram Green website.

Clitheroe (2miles) is our nearest town. Here you can find practically everything you need. There is a selection of independent stores and a vibrant market. Why not try out the award winning sausage shop and wine merchants? The towns most prominent feature is the 12th Century Norman keep set on an outcrop of limestone rock. The views of the valley are spectacular once you are up on the ramparts. There is also a museum and colourful grounds to amble through.

The quaint village of Downham is just 1 mile away and was the famous setting for the film - Whistle Down the Wind. More recently Downham was chosen as the setting for the BBC drama "Born and Bred".

There are many picturesque villages with fine country pubs ancient churches and postcard views, of note are Chipping Bolton by Bowland, Waddington, and Slaidburn.

Our landscape is dominated by Pendle Hill, famous for its connection with witches. During the reign of King James (around 1612) there was a harsh wave of persecution against those thought to practice witchcraft. 10 people were hanged in Lancaster after being found guilty of witchcraft. There is a "Witches Trail" that follows their story.