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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.
  • 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.
    £61
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  • Ye Olde Mottram Chip Shop, LancashireInstant Book Overlay ImageNew In Overlay Image
    Escape to the large village of Mottram nestled on the edge of the Peak District National Park, where history meets comfort at Ye Olde Mottram Chip Shop. As the name suggests, once a fish and chip shop, this unique holiday cottage combines quirky features with contemporary amenities, ensuring a delightful and memorable getaway.

    Step inside and discover a charming spiral staircase and rustic beams providing an ambiance that’s both cosy and distinctive. Four-legged friends are warmly welcome, ensuring the whole family can enjoy a break away together, and the enclosed garden is ideal for both relaxation and play, being a secure space for furry companions and home to an invigorating hot tub. Immerse yourself in the soothing bubbles and simply unwind. Within 1 mile you’ll find a three food serving pubs, a café and an Indian and Italian restaurant to choose from.

    The bustling market town of Glossop is also just 3 miles with ample amenities, and being on the edge of the Peak District National Park means an abundance of popular towns and villages such as Edale, Castleton, and the famous spa town of Buxton are all within a 40-minute drive. The wonderful village of Hayfield neighbours Glossop and is popular with walkers due its proximity to Kinder Scout catering well for tourists with its own collection of pubs, cafés, and restaurants.

    If you’re looking for city life, the bright lights of Manchester are just a half hour’s drive away, or 30 minutes on a direct train from Broadbottom which is just 1.7 miles from the property.
    £76
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  • Beach Haven, LancashireInstant Book Overlay ImageNew In Overlay Image
    Step into sophistication embraced by a sleek Scandi finish and modern furnishings adorning every corner. On the first floor, reached by steps, is the kitchen, a minimalist haven equipped with state-of-the-art appliances, inviting culinary delights. A spacious lounge beckons with its plush Scandi sofa, armchairs and smart TV, while the adjoining dining area captivates with panoramic views over Morecambe Bay. Slide open the glass doors onto the expansive balcony, the perfect stage for admiring the distant Lakeland fells and mesmerising sunsets over the horizon. Ascend to the second floor to discover a haven for relaxation - a sky-lit hallway designed for unwinding with a good book or ambient tunes, complete with a Nespresso coffee machine and a convenient mini fridge. Two generous bedrooms, both featuring kingsize beds and high-tech bedside clocks with Bluetooth connectivity and adjustable lighting, offer comfort and convenience. The master suite boasts a Juliet balcony framing sweeping sea and Lakeland fell views, complemented by remote-controlled blinds, a dressing area, and a luxurious en-suite bathroom. An additional exquisite shower room with a lavish walk-in rainfall shower is also located on this floor. Elevating the stay further, this residence warmly welcomes two well-behaved dogs. Impeccable design and thoughtful touches elevate every aspect of this retreat, ensuring a luxurious escape amid Arnside’s coastal beauty.
    Experience the pinnacle of coastal living and indulge in the ultimate holiday retreat. As part of the Arnside and Silverdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Arnside is located on Morecambe Bay, close to the Cumbrian border. It is known for its rich wildlife diversity, with RSPB Leighton Moss also nearby, home to more than 100 bird species. Warton Crag, Gait Barrows, Hyning Scout Wood and Arnside Knott are among the other nature reserves and walking routes in this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The area has many activities to offer, including walking, cycling, golf and horse riding, which are all popular activities. At the end of the day, a relaxing meal and a drink or two can be enjoyed in the excellent restaurants, pubs and cafés close by. You can explore the surrounding areas of the South Lakes and Yorkshire Dales National Park from Arnside. Hop on the train to Grange-over-Sands, a charming, Victorian seaside town with shops and cafés. Driving will take you just 30 minutes to Windermere and Bowness, and to the famous Ingleton waterfalls in the Yorkshire Dales National Park.
    £177
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  • Weavers Cottage, LancashireInstant Book Overlay ImageNew In Overlay Image
    Weavers Cottage is an exquisite property offering a serene and comfortable atmosphere, perfect for indulging in a relaxing getaway. As you enter the cottage, you step into the elegant living area which is adorned with tasteful decor and plush furnishings, creating a welcoming and cosy atmosphere. Sink into the comfortable sofas and relax in front of the crackling wood burner, perfect for those chilly evenings. Adjacent to the living room, you’ll find the spacious dining and kitchen area. The dining space boasts a beautiful table with seating for all guests, where you can gather for delicious meals or engage in lively conversations. The kitchen is a culinary haven, equipped with modern appliances and ample counter space, making it a pleasure to prepare meals. Whether you’re a master chef or just enjoy cooking, this well-appointed kitchen caters to all your needs. Large windows let in ample natural light, illuminating the space, and offering delightful views of the surrounding countryside. Upstairs, you’ll discover the luxurious kingsize bedroom, exuding elegance and comfort. The room is beautifully furnished with a sumptuous bed, high-quality linens and tasteful decor. Relax and unwind in this tranquil space, enjoying a restful night’s sleep after a day of exploration. Adjacent to the master bedroom is the charming small double bedroom. Although compact, it offers a cosy and intimate setting, complete with a comfortable bed and soft furnishings. Perfect for children, teenagers, or even a second couple, this room provides a comfortable retreat. Completing the upper level is the sleek and modern shower room. Step into the spacious walk-in shower and let the rejuvenating water wash away the day’s adventures. Throughout the cottage, attention to detail is evident, with luxurious touches and carefully chosen furnishings creating an ambiance of sophistication and comfort.
    Come and experience the tranquillity and elegance of this luxury holiday cottage in Fence, Lancashire, where every moment promises to be filled with comfort and indulgence. Get acquainted with your surroundings and embark on a short walk into Fence, where two impeccable restaurants await, along with a well-stocked village store. Discover some of Lancashire’s legends; from majestic manor houses set in relaxing gardens to original textile museums transporting you back to a time when cotton was king. Take a trip to the top of Pendle Hill and take in the spectacular countryside and spellbinding story of the "Pendle Witches", the most famous witches in the land. Further days out include trips to the National Trust’s best kept secret, Gawthorpe Hall.
    Whether you prefer an active adventure or a tranquil escape, Fence and its surroundings offer an abundance of activities and amenities to enhance your luxury holiday experience. So, pack your bags and get ready to create unforgettable memories in this picturesque Lancashire retreat.
    £77
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  • Co-operative Cottage, LancashireInstant Book Overlay Image
    Nestled on a quiet side street in the heart of Uppermill is the wonderful Co Operative Cottage. With its tastefully decorated interior and beautiful blend and co-ordination of comfortable furnishings, it provides a warm and inviting atmosphere in which to relax and unwind whilst making yourself at home. Set out over three floors each of the bedrooms are well appointed and the kitchen is fully equipped to cook up a storm should you wish. Externally there’s a private patio plus a lawned garden that’s shared with the other properties on the small row. Private roadside parking is also allocated outside for one car.
    The real pièce de résistance however is the superb central location within this incredibly popular village. Uppermill is a vibrant, picturesque village brimming with real character and natural beauty. As you step outside a quick hop, skip and jump will take you to quaint shops, charming cafes, and traditional pubs where you can sample delicious local cuisine. Take a leisurely stroll along the picturesque Huddersfield Narrow Canal or explore the historic architecture that tells the tale of Uppermill’s rich heritage. Set beneath the rugged moors of the Pennines and on the edge of the Peak District National Park means nature enthusiasts will be delighted by the stunning landscapes that surround them. Lace up your hiking boots and embark on scenic trails through the rolling hills and verdant valleys of the nearby countryside. Saddleworth Moor, located just a short distance away, offers breathtaking views and a real opportunity to connect with nature and other nearby attractions such as the impressive Castleshaw Roman Forts and the iconic Standedge Tunnel provide fascinating glimpses into the region’s past.
    Uppermill also serves as an excellent base for exploring the wider area with many towns and villages of the Peak District National Park within easy reach, together with the reservoirs of Dovestones, Greenfields and Chew. Hop in your car and reach Holmfirth, the most recognisable from Last of the Summer Wine in around a 30-minute drive. The bustling city of Manchester is around 45 minutes and where you can indulge in world-class shopping or cheer for your favourite sports team. Around an hour’s scenic journey across the moors will take you to the tourist hotspots of artsy Hebden Bridge and fabulous Haworth famous for its Bronte heritage. For those wanting to give their cars a rest Greenfield Train Station is a mere 15-minute walk, so whether you’re seeking relaxation, outdoor adventures, or cultural experiences, Co Operative Cottage offers the perfect base for exploring all that this captivating region has to offer. Pub and restaurant 120 yards.
    £70
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  • Acre Hill Lodge, LancashireInstant Book Overlay Image
    Acre Hill Lodge provides comfortable accommodation for up to six guests, and is all on one floor. Set on the edge of a working farm so there will be hens, ducks, cats and highland cattle around and with picturesque countryside views, the lodge provides everything you need to enjoy your time away. Upon arrival you are greeted by an allocated parking area for up to two cars, parking available for a 3rd car in the main drive way in, and an enclosed garden can be found at the front of the lodge, the ideal place to enjoy a bistro-style breakfast and enjoy the view with your furry friends.
    Entering the property, you are greeted by an open plan living space, where your fully fitted kitchen awaits you providing everything you need to rustle up those home cooked meals. Don’t fancy cooking? Why not treat yourself at a local restaurant or café, a short drive away. Relax and unwind in the living area and enjoy the warmth of the wood burner while you watch your favourite show or movies. When sleep calls, you have three bedrooms to choose from to sink down and rest your head. The children’s bedroom has a bunk bed and TV (bunk bed not suitable for adults).
    Enjoy the splendid location and picturesque scenery. Bolton by Bowland has shops, tea rooms, restaurants and bars, and is a short drive away. There is so much to do here from popular woodland walks and famous forests, to a golf course, castle, swimming pool and pet farms.
    It is centrally located for visiting the Ribble Valley, Yorkshire Dales and the Lake District National Parks. Clitheroe provides the best of both worlds, including local gift shops, restaurants, takeaways and cafés, but is also a wonderful escape for keen walkers, nature lovers and cyclists too. Situated in the heart of the Ribble Valley, you are simply spoilt for choices of walks and local attractions. Explore the famous Forest of Bowland, known for being an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. There are plenty of opportunities for golf, fishing, horse riding and hiking. The ancient Roman town of Ribchester is just a couple of miles to the south, home to the Ribchester Roman Museum and a fantastic choice of pubs and restaurants. Treat your loved ones to a stay that is sure to knock their socks off at Acre Hill Lodge.
    £138
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  • Briar Cottage, LancashireInstant Book Overlay Image
    Blackpool, England
    Ideally situated, enjoy the best of both worlds with a rural location yet still close to local amenities, this delightful two-bedroom cottage provides comfortable and cosy accommodation throughout. Briar Cottage has been renovated to a high standard with little extras throughout the holiday home with mood lighting in the bathroom, an enclosed garden, underfloor heating in the bathrooms and an allocated utility and boot area. Briar Cottage is the perfect base for friends and family looking for a countryside get away with everything you need to enjoy your time on holiday.
    Upon arrival, you will discover private parking for up to three cars. Situated adjacent to the owners, caravan site where you have the benefit of using the play area and outdoor toilet and showers. Dogs must always remain on a lead outside of the property.
    Entering the holiday home, you are greeted by a utility area which comprises of a washing machine, dryer and a cloak room which is the perfect place to store those muddy boots and coats. The living room has the perfect open plan design, great for hosting and provide quality time together. Make your way through to the living room and curl up on the sumptuous sofas in front of the wall mounted electric fire as your favourite show or movies plays out on the TV after a long day exploring the area. A fully fitted kitchen awaits you providing everything you need to rustle up those home cooked meals or why not treat yourself at a local restaurant, please note due to the rural location there are limited takeaways within the area. The kitchen has been installed to a high standard and is the heart of the home, from quartz worktops to an island facility.
    When sleep calls, wander through, and choose from two bedrooms to sink your head into the pillow, both benefitting from en-suite bathrooms. Bedroom one has a kingsize bed with plenty of storage space, wander into your en-suite bathroom comprising a bath, heated towel rail, low level toilet and wash hand basin. The mood lighting and sky light provides the ultimate place to relax and unwind in after a day exploring the area. The second bedroom has a zip and link bed with a super kingsize bed. The ensuite has a large walk-in shower, heated towel rail, low level toilet and wash hand basin.
    Externally the property benefits from an enclosed large garden to the rear of the property. The perfect place to enjoy a bistro style meal and hop into the bubbling hot tub and soak up the sun. An abundance of wildlife can be seen around the property from regular sightings of deer to a variety of birds and rabbits.
    Pilling is a small coastal village in the Wyre borough of Lancashire. It is ideally situated on the outskirts of Garstang, Lancashire, close by to Poulton Le Fylde, Preston and Lancaster. With so many local attractions far and wide, there really is something for everyone. Fancy venturing out further afield? Why not visit Manchester, Blackpool, Skipton and Preston, with so many places to visit you are sure to have a great time.
    £88
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  • Rita's Roost, LancashireInstant Book Overlay Image
    Enveloped by countryside views rests this wonderful one-bedroom cottage. Enjoying the best of both worlds, it is surrounded by rolling countryside yet still close to local amenities. Rita’s Roost is the perfect base for a couple looking for a romantic break away.
    Briercliffe rests in the rural area of Lancashire, a popular walking destination with the Pennine Way. From castles and countryside walks to petting farms, there is something for everyone! Within easy access of the surrounding villages of Trawden, Hebden Bridge and Wycoller. Or why not venture out further and visit the popular market town of Skipton or the Forest of Bowland (an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty).
    Upon arrival, you will discover a gated entrance, private parking awaits directly outside the property for up to two cars. Step into this stunning holiday home with vaulted ceilings and Vexlus windows throughout, oozing luxury from top to bottom. The owners have refurbished the property with comfort and style in mind. Rita’s Roost provides accommodation for up to four guests, with one double bedroom and additional sleeping arrangements on a double sofa bed in the living room. Wander upstairs to be greeted by a cosy reading room with a chair and drawers, the perfect place to relax and unwind in after a day exploring the local area. Stroll through to find an open plan design kitchen and dining area where you will find a well-equipped kitchen/dining room for rustling up your best dishes ready to savour at the breakfast bar or on the balcony whilst absorbing the stunning views. Not fancy cooking? Then venture out to find some local restaurants and eateries? After dinner, make your way through to the living room and curl up on the sumptuous sofas in front of the wood burner as your favourite show or movie plays out on the Smart TV. A large family bathroom can be found on the same floor benefitting from a bath with a shower over, and a pedestal wash hand basin. Relax on the balcony and absorb the amazing views. When sleep calls, you can find your double bed to sink down and rest your head after a long day exploring the local area. Treat your loved ones to an unforgettable and luxurious stay at Rita’s Roost.
    £94
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  • Little Om Cottage, LancashireInstant Book Overlay Image
    In central Blackpool yet tucked-away on a quiet residential side street away from the hustle and bustle is the wonderfully calm and serene Little Om. Upon entering the cottage you’ll find a beautifully presented living room with a double sofa bed, and a well-equipped kitchen. Upstairs is the master bedroom, with its peaceful décor and a sumptuous kingsize bed, pride of place together with the family bathroom. Four legged furry friends are welcome to stay, and there’s permit parking available for one car.
    Blackpool needs little introduction and offers plenty to do for the entire family, with most of the action taking place around the popular promenade which stretches for 6 miles. Little Om is around a 10-minute walk from North Pier, meaning a vast majority of great attractions are easily accessible by foot. To name but a few, Madame Tussauds and SeaLife Blackpool are around a 20-minute walk, the famous Blackpool tower is 15 minutes, and the historic Winter Gardens around 10 minutes. The closest tram stop is North Pier which operates a regular service from Blackpool South right the way up to Fleetwood, meaning you can really travel in style.
    Having so much to do and explore right on your doorstep, you’ll be hard pushed to know where to start. Pub within a mile.
    £72
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  • The Haven, LancashireInstant Book Overlay Image
    Lancaster, England
    A warm, homey feel fills this two-bedroom cottage ideally suited to two couples.

    It is like stepping back in time when you walk into historic Heysham village, next to the sea.

    Heysham village boasts The Royal Hotel having a sound reputation for great food with a large outdoor bar and seating area to enjoy the summer months. There’s a couple of quaint tea rooms and Glebe Gardens in the grounds of St. Peters Church overlooking the bay is worth a visit. From the village, you can also walk to Half Moon Bay, a sandy beach with grass-covered dunes and low cliffs.

    The Haven, a cosy and inviting cottage, is accessed via an external stone staircase. A small hallway leads to the elegant living room where you will find plenty of comfortable seating, an electric fire, and a Smart TV, perfect for cosy nights in after exploring the area. Across the hallway is the dining area with seating for four, as well as a sideboard with board games and a retro radio which also plays vinyl records. In the kitchen, there are all the modern conveniences, and the kitchen also leads to the outdoor seating area. A spacious master bedroom with a king size bed is located on the first floor, the room is elegantly furnished to enhance the original stained-glass windows, this room also has a Smart TV. The second bedroom is accessed via a low head height doorway, the children will love it, and adults will need to take care, this room has a double bed and plenty of storage. There is a WC on this floor plus a full family bathroom adjacent. The bathroom benefits from a shower cubicle, bath, WC and sink.

    Outside there is plenty of seating for four, the perfect spot for enjoying a morning coffee or indeed a glass of your favourite tipple in the evenings.

    Heysham was a quiet farming and fishing community until 1904 when Heysham Port opened. The village, dating back to Viking times, still has a historic old centre, a delightful maze of winding lanes and picturesque cottages. Discover ST Patrick’s 8th century chapel and iconic rock hewn graves on the dramatic headlands overlooking the bay. In the old centre of the village is Heysham Heritage Centre, housed in part of what was originally a long house it is an unusual example of surviving 17th century village architecture and tells the story of the village’s architecture and past industry in a series of exhibitions. Near the heritage centre there are two cafés, a quirky retro café serving a wide range of interesting cakes and lunches, and the other is known for its traditional homemade fudge. On the same road is a 16th century coaching inn that offers an extensive menu in its popular restaurant, real ales in the covered and heated garden bar. Beach is less than 1 mile away.
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