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Dog-friendly Lancashire

With wonderful scenery and awe-inspiring landscapes, Lancashire is absolutely bursting with natural beauty. From countryside and moorlands to coastline and the infamous seaside town of Blackpool, there's plenty of amazing sights for you and your canine companion to discover on your dog-friendly short break.
  • Farington Lodge, Lancashire
    Preston, Lancashire , England
    4.25

    A beautiful Grade II listed Georgian house set in three acres of mature lawns and gardens, dog-friendly Farington Lodge in Lancashire is a wonderfully tranquil, rural retreat offering a delightful blend of historic grandeur and contemporary luxury. 

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  • Seaview House, LancashireInstant Book Overlay Image
    Blackpool, England
    Seaview House is a superb, beachfront townhouse boasting stunning sea views in the heart of Cleveleys. Set across three floors, there is a double bedroom on the ground floor as well as a twin with an amazing Star Wars theme in recognition of the recent filming of the movie in the town. On this floor you’ll also find a beautifully designed shower room, a laundry area with washing machine and drier, and access out to the garden which has a decking area with seating perfect for al-fresco dining. The first floor has a bright and spacious open plan layout with a well-equipped kitchen, dining area and living room complete with a corner sofa, 55 inch TV and stylish electric fire with LED lighting. Upstairs on the third floor, you’ll find the master bedroom with gorgeous views out over the beach and a fourth bedroom with kingsize bed as well as a bathroom with shower over the bath.
    Located in the very centre of this bustling seaside resort, Seaview House is just yards away from the seafront as well as being close to a number of bars, restaurants, shops and cafés. There are miles of beach to explore with lots of dog friendly sections for your furry friends. The bright lights of Blackpool are just 4 miles away and can be reached on foot following the promenade along the seafront. Here you’ll find its many attractions including, Blackpool Tower, Pleasure Beach and Blackpool Zoo. Just a few miles further will take you to the rolling sand dunes of Lytham St Anne’s and the cosmopolitan Lytham which holds annual events such as The Proms and a kite festival. Venture inland and you’ll find the Forest of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, known for its picturesque country villages, wonderful walking and friendly local pubs. The Yorkshire Dales National Park is also within easy reach as is the Lake District National Park.
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  • Castlebar, LancashireInstant Book Overlay Image
    Blackpool, England
    Offering spacious, luxurious holiday accommodation, Castlebar is ideal for families and friends wanting comfortable surroundings with excellent amenities in a very accessible location. Set back from the main road with gated access and plenty of parking, Castlebar is a substantial detached home which offers all the comforts one expects from a holiday home including Wi-fi and Sky TV. The entrance hallway features a cocktail arcade machine, and the ground floor offers contemporary living with a large living room and a spacious, well-equipped kitchen/dining room leading to a games room which overlooks the garden. There are also 2 bedrooms on the ground floor, one with an en-suite shower room. There are a further 4 bedrooms on the first floor, all of which have a Freeview TV. The master bedroom also has its own dressing room and en-suite bathroom. Enjoy a barbecue in the large enclosed garden, complete with a private hot tub and cycle store. There is an electric vehicle charging point available free of charge.

    Thanks to its proximity to the road network and with so much to see and do within easy driving distance, Castlebar makes the ideal touring base. It is conveniently located close to the Fylde Coast and just 5 miles from the popular seaside resort of Blackpool. Poulton-le-Fylde is just 1½ miles away which has a good selection of shops, bars and restaurants. There are also lots of family friendly pubs in the area as well as play centres for the children. Activities available locally include golf, fishing and horse riding, as well as plenty of opportunities for walking and cycling.

    Blackpool, whose many attractions include the famous Blackpool Tower, Pleasure Beach, Sea Life Centre, Madame Tussauds, Blackpool Zoo and Sandcastle Water Park, is just 5 miles away. For a more laid back seaside experience, Cleveleys, 5 miles, has an award-winning seafront, and the cosmopolitan town of Lytham St Annes, 13 miles, is famous for its 5 championship golf courses and annual Proms. Other places within easy driving distance include Preston, 15 miles, and Lancaster, 20 miles. Lancashire’s beautiful Ribble Valley, the Lake District, Yorkshire Dales National Park and the Forest of Bowland, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, are all within an hour’s drive. For those who prefer to leave their car behind, there is a good public transport network in the area with buses from the main road into Blackpool. Alternatively, trains run from Poulton-le-Fylde to Blackpool, Manchester and Preston. Beach 5 miles. Shop 50 yards, pub 1 mile and restaurant 1½ mile.
    £268
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    Welcome to Cross Keys Inn Cottages, your quintessential Lancashire getaway nestled in the picturesque village that surrounds the historic Cross Keys Inn. Located in the heart of this charming region, our collection of cottages offers a perfect starting point for an unforgettable holiday, where relaxation and adventure effortlessly come together. Cross Keys Inn Cottages and the surrounding area offer a myriad of activities and attractions to cater to all tastes and desires.
    For those seeking a dose of nature’s beauty, the nearby Forest of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty beckons with its rolling hills, lush woodlands, and meandering rivers. Whether you’re an avid hiker, a cyclist, or simply looking for a serene stroll, the vast landscape provides a playground for exploration. History enthusiasts will appreciate the rich heritage of Lancashire, which is beautifully preserved in the nearby towns and villages. Clitheroe, with its historic Norman Castle, offers a glimpse into the past. Explore the castle’s grounds and take in panoramic views of the surrounding countryside from its keep. You can also immerse yourself in local history at the numerous museums and heritage sites dotting the region.
    Lancashire is renowned for its culinary delights, and your stay at Cross Keys Inn Cottages wouldn’t be complete without savouring traditional Lancashire dishes. Indulge in hearty meals at local pubs, sample iconic Lancashire hotpot, and don’t forget to try the region’s famous Lancashire cheese. The nearby market towns often host food festivals and farmers’ markets, offering a chance to taste fresh, locally sourced produce. For a day of family fun, the charming town of Clitheroe boasts a host of attractions, including shops, cafes, and a bustling market. Families will also enjoy the Bowland Wild Boar Park, where you can get up close and personal with various animals and enjoy scenic tractor rides. Whether you’re seeking outdoor adventures, a taste of Lancashire’s culinary treasures, or a step back in time to explore its rich history, Cross Keys Inn Cottages in Lancashire is the perfect destination.
    These properties can be booked together to accommodate up to 31 guests.
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  • Adamsons Barn, LancashireInstant Book Overlay Image
    This spacious, detached cottage, complete with a hot tub and adjacent to the owners home, can be found tucked away in the small village of Inglewhite, just 8 miles away from Preston. Perfect for friends and families alike, you’ll find four good-sized bedrooms, split over two floors, each with their own Smart TV. The two bedrooms on the first floor share an en-suite shower room, and one of the ground floor bedrooms boasts bi-fold doors opening out onto the large enclosed garden, perfect for children and your four-legged friends to run and play.
    Just 4 miles from Adamsons Barn you can explore Beacon Fell with its own orienteering course.
    The Beacon Fell Country Park consists of 271 acres of woodland, moorland and farmland. The Beacon Fell summit is 873 feet above sea level and offers spectacular views of the Forest of Bowland and Morecambe Bay. On a clear day it is even possible to see the Isle of Man. The Forest of Bowland is 23 miles away, here you will find mountain bike trail at Gisburn Forest, with green, blue, red and black routes available. Glide easily along the mellow trail by Bottoms Beck, twist and shout through Park Wood, dance with your bike down Hully Gully or grit your teeth and rush down the Bigfoot slab, everyone should find something that will make them smile.

    The world renowned Tolkein Trail starts and ends in nearby Hurst Green, meaning literary enthusiasts can discover the Ribble landscape that may have inspired J.R.R. Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings. A dog friendly pub serving food is around a 10-minute walk from the cottage. In the Ribble valley you can explore Clitheroe Castle Museum, former the Steward’s House, a Grade II listed building that was built in the 18th century and in the small town of Longridge just 8 miles away you’ll find a selection of supermarkets, cafés, takeaways, pubs serving food and even a quaint cinema.

    For those wishing to venture further afield, both the Yorkshire Dales and Lake District National Parks can be reached in around an hour, or the beautiful Fylde Coast and sand dunes of Lytham St Annes, can be reached within a 30-minute drive. Blackpool is 20 miles away with the Sandcastle Waterpark, the UK’s largest Indoor Waterpark with more than 18 fantastic slides and attractions in a tropical 84 degree climate and Blackpool Pleasure Beach where you can find one of the UK’s tallest fastest roller coasters. Whether you spend your time relaxing in the hot tub, or exploring the beautiful countryside and wealth of attractions, Adamsons Barn makes a fantastic base. Beach 20 miles. Shop 4¼ miles, pub and restaurant ¾ mile.
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  • Seapoint House, LancashireInstant Book Overlay Image
    Seapoint House is a superb end-terraced town house, set out over three floors and boasting fantastic views over Cleveleys promenade. Located in the very centre of the bustling and traditional seaside resort, you’ll find a good range of shops, cafés and restaurants are within easy walking distance, together with miles of beach complete with dog friendly sections. As you enter the property, you’ll find one bedroom which opens out onto the enclosed rear garden, as well as a shower room. The first floor comprises of a good-sized kitchen, and sociable living/dining room which opens onto the balcony, perfect for summer days overlooking the seafront. Finally on the second floor, you’ll find an additional three bedrooms, of which two benefit from stunning sea views, and a family bathroom with separate shower cubicle.

    Cleveleys seafront is home to the Mythic Coast Artwork trail, where striking giant sculptures bring to life ’The Sea Swallow’ story. The vast beach is made up of sand and shingle, and you’ll find traditional past times of sandcastle building, and kite flying are as popular as ever. A few miles inland is the neighbouring village of Thornton, where you’ll find more shops, pubs and restaurants together with an 18th Century windmill and Wyre Estuary Country Park. The bright lights of Blackpool, Blackpool Pleasure Beach and Blackpool Tower are just 4 miles round the coast, and a few miles further you’ll reach the beautiful sandy beaches of St Annes and, wonderfully cosmopolitan, Lytham. Beach 50 yards. Shop 100 yards, pub 350 yards, restaurant 175 yards.
    £114
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  • Hen House, LancashireInstant Book Overlay Image
    Nestling on the lower slopes of the stunning and dramatic Pendle Hill, the rebuilding of these two semi-detached cottages was completed in 2020 using natural stone and slate to complement the original farm buildings still standing. The building comprises of two individual semi-detached cottages.
    Located in the Lancashire village of Barley, surrounded by beautiful countryside and set within the Forest of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The picturesque honeypot village of Barley is a true rural delight and most popular as the base from which to climb the iconic Pendle Hill or visit the Pendle Sculpture Trail. You’ll find an information centre that caters for the many visiting tourists, plus two inns, each serving a variety of real ales and good food together with a restaurant which serves a selection of hot meals.
    Together with the trials of the Pendle witches in 1612 and for being the site of the birth of the Quaker movement, the area is famed for its spectacular Pennine landscape and wildlife and is therefore popular with walkers, runners, cyclists and bird watchers alike. You’ll find established routes radiating from the area such as the Walking with Witches trail, the Four Reservoir walks and Bowland by Bike.
    For those who can bring themselves to leave the immediate area, the Forest of Bowland covers an area of 803km² of rural Lancashire, as well as North Yorkshire. There is also easy access to the Lake District, Yorkshire Dales and the scenic Lancashire coastline.
    The neighbouring mill towns and villages of Roughlee, Barnoldswick, Nelson, Barrowford and Colne offer a quirky mix of traditional and trendy, with mill outlets and weekly markets together with vintage and designer shops. A short drive will take you to the historic towns of Clitheroe and Skipton, each boasting its own castle.
    With such breathtaking countryside on your doorstep, this really is an outstanding location for your next break away. Shops 3 miles, pubs and restaurants 1 mile.
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  • Hoole Summer House, LancashireInstant Book Overlay Image
    Located within the extensive grounds of a larger estate this superb, single-level, detached property comes complete with hot tub and was beautifully renovated throughout in 2021. Boasting impressive, uninterrupted views to the front, it provides the perfect opportunity to relax at a country hideout, with both the convenience of nearby village amenities and the Fylde Coast within easy reach. Once inside you’ll find three good-sized, comfortable bedrooms and a spacious open plan living/dining area that opens up onto the stunning grounds. Outside you can enjoy relaxing in the hot tub and on the terrace whilst taking in the peaceful surroundings.
    The small village of Elswick is set between the Forest of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the beautiful Fylde Coast. You’ll find two food serving pubs and an established ice cream parlour, all of which are around a 15-minute walk from the property. Further amenities can be found in the market towns of Kirkham and Poulton-Le-Fylde which are around a 15-minute drive and home to ample places to eat and drink, together with a vibrant nightlife.
    The Fylde coastal resorts of Blackpool, Lytham, St Annes and Cleveleys can be reached in around a 20-minute drive and between them is much to see and do. In wonderfully cosmopolitan Lytham there is a variety of bars, cafés, boutique shops and restaurants, and in St Annes you will find a beautiful sandy beach with colourful beach huts. The area is internationally famous for golf and the towns also host various events throughout the year, including the Lytham Proms and St Annes Kite Festival. Blackpool needs little introduction with its many attractions including the famous tower, Madame Tussauds Waxworks, the Sealife Centre, Pleasure Beach and Blackpool Zoo. For a change of scenery the Forest of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, which is much loved for its stunning countryside and picturesque villages, can be reached in about half an hour. An hour’s drive can take you to the Lake District or city centres of both Manchester and Liverpool. Beach 9½ miles.
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  • The Ascot, LancashireInstant Book Overlay Image
    Blackpool, England
    The Ascot is a superb semi-detached property that can be found less than half a mile from Blackpool’s main promenade. Boasting private parking for three cars, six bedrooms, an action-packed games room, and a spacious enclosed garden area to the rear, it makes the perfect property for fun-loving families and group breaks of up to ten guests in one of the UK’s most iconic seaside destinations. There is a family suite with a private landing comprising two bedrooms and a shared bathroom, and all other bedrooms enjoy their own en-suite facilities. Blackpool’s been the traditional home of seaside family holidays for over a century, and The Ascot is within a stone’s throw of many of its famous attractions.
    The Winter Gardens entertainment complex is a mere 5-minute walk, which dating back to 1878 is an impressive building with a number of venues for the year-round glitz and glamour of shows and events. A 10-minute walk will take you to the Central Pier, Blackpool Tower & Dungeon, the Sea Life Centre, Madame Tussauds, and Coral Island on the bustling Golden Mile to name but a few! The award-winning green space of Stanley Park is a 15-minute walk, and here you’ll find everything from pedal boats to pitch-and-putt, train rides to trampolining and BMX to bowling and not forgetting the famous Blackpool Zoo.
    Blackpool Pleasure Beach and Sandcastle Water Park are around a 30-minute walk, or you can jump on The Central Pier or Tower tramway, which are both easily accessible and convenient also for the annual illuminations light show. If you can bring yourself to leave Blackpool, slightly further south along the coast you’ll find the cosmopolitan seaside town of Lytham St Anne’s, which has five championship golf courses and is home to beautiful rolling sand dunes and colourful beach huts, or heading north for some nostalgia in the Fleetwood museum or retail therapy at Affinity Outlet.
    For a change of scenery and a greener landscape the Forest of Bowland area of outstanding natural beauty, Ribble Valley, Pendle Hill and Lake District National Park can all be reached in around an hour.
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  • Marrion House, LancashireInstant Book Overlay Image
    Lancaster, England
    Marrion House is set in the peaceful village of Overton, an historic fishing village, and 1 mile to Sunderland Point, surrounded by salt marshes between Lancaster and Morecambe. There are wonderful views of the Lancashire countryside and the Lake District fells in the distance.
    Marrion House is a spacious bungalow offering two bedrooms and a family shower room. The property has a large living/dining space and separate, fully equipped kitchen. The back courtyard offers a sunny south facing area to enjoy all day long!
    In the village there is a family-run garden centre, a church and a pub which has lots going on for the whole family. Sunderland Point is set at the mouth of the River Lune on the southern shores of Morecambe Bay. It’s remote and secretive split of land allows the chance for nature to thrive, and thus, is a perfect spot for bird watching. The popular seaside resort of Morecambe hosts many attractions from picking up the freshly caught shrimp at the daily farmers market to afternoon tea’s on the seafront, there is lots to offer. There is an abundance of fun to be had for the family including bowling, cinema and arcade centres or why not try out the quirky cafés, pubs and cocktail bars along the sea front?
    The property is just a 5-minute drive from the M6 motorway making it easily accessible to the south Lake District National Park and North Yorkshire. For golfers, Heysham Golf Club is just 2 miles away, and there are also courses at Morecambe, Lancaster, Kirkby Lonsdale and Silverdale. Beach 3 miles.
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