Lancashire Rambling Accommodation
Walking Cottages and Accommodation in Accrington, Burnley, Bury, Lancaster, Morecambe, Rochdale, Wigan, Lancashire
Brickhouse Farm Cottages
Our five cottages are set on Brickhouse Farm amongst acres of stunning countryside. The Cottages vary in size, from 2 to 4 bedrooms, and were purpose built to provide holiday accommodation for families, friends and carers in the most tranquil surroundings of Hambleton yet only a step away from the razzle dazzle of Blackpool! Each cottage is wheelchair friendly with level access throughout the ground floor & patios. Many disability aids available including ceiling track hoists… free of charge. Stylish self catering holiday cottages with open plan living areas, bespoke kitchens with granite worktops, solid oak furniture, sumptuous corner settees, modern 40 inch TVs and of course free Wi-Fi. Beautiful, co-ordinated bedrooms all with contemporary mosaic en suites.
The Assheton Arms
Stay with us to enjoy log fires or terrace sunshine. Whatever the weather, we’re the perfect place to relax and kick off your boots.
The Assheton Arms is a great place for walkers to enjoy the stunning Lancashire countryside and explore some popular walking routes.
Winner of a number of awards, including Lancashire Life Dining Pub of the Year, Lancashire Tourism Awards Pub of the Year and Ribble Valley Tourism Team of the Year, this historic Grade II listed village pub is in the untouched conservation village of Downham.
Boasting stunning views of Pendle Hill, 12 bedrooms are available for bookings. This traditional country inn, perfect for a drink with friends or a meal out, has a great atmosphere created by our drinkers and diners.
We source the best of British produce to ensure high levels of quality and consistency and also have daily changing specials. Want something off-menu? If you’d like a specific type of seafood, or cut of meat just give us 48 hours notice and if it’s in season we’ll sort it.
The Stork Inn
The Stork Inn at Conder Green is beautifully situated on the Lune estuary, near Glasson Dock and Lancaster. This old coaching inn dates back to at least 1660 but in more recent times it`s built a reputation as a destination dining venue and new owners have added a unique South African influence. The food is a mixture of modern and traditional, combining British classics with South African dishes like Bobotie, Boerewors and Kassler (go find out for yourself what they are!). The Stork has a fantastic outside area seating up to 200 and with its own play area it`s ideally suited for kids. During the summer months there are also regular BBQs. There are nine modern ensuite bedrooms – all with great views -- and pets,families, walkers and cyclists are welcome. The Stork is open daily from 10am for breakfast, morning coffee, lunch, afternoon tea, dinner or just a drink.