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Caldertop Cottage



Higher Landskill Farm

Calder Vale

Preston

PR3 1SS

Lancashire


Self Catering


Price Range: £360 - £500


Email: Click hereinfo@caldertopcottage.co.uk

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Alison Kelsall


Phone: +44 (0)1995 603246


Located 10 minutes from Garstang, close to the village of Calder Vale, in the Forest of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

The cottage adjoins the owners’ farmhouse on a working sheep and stock rearing farm, with spectacular views over open countryside.

The cottage has a fully equipped kitchen, cosy lounge with open fire and three bedrooms sleeping 5 persons plus 1 baby. There is an enclosed garden with garden furniture, barbecue, swings, slide and trampoline. All bed linen, towels, electricity and central heating included.

Only a 10 minute walk to the village of Calder Vale where there is a small shop and post office. Garstang, the world’s first fair-trade town, is 5 miles away where there are supermarkets, banks, pharmacies, shops, cafes, pubs and restaurants.

With central heating in all rooms and an open fire in the lounge, the cottage is also ideal for a break in the quieter / cooler times of the year.



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Blackpool Zoo
Blackpool Zoo

Blackpool Zoo is top of the list of where to go and what to do in Lancashire. With over 1500 animals, it's a great family day out. The Zoo also welcomes schools, groups and educational trips and offers wheelchair-friendly access. Fun and wild animals combine for a memorable, value for money day out.


Gawthorpe Hall
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An Elizabethan gem in the heart of industrial Lancashire, built between 1600 and 1605 Gawthorpe Hall was the family seat of the Shuttleworth family for over 300 years. Inside the house you will find period rooms on display from the 1850 remodelling by renowned architect Sir Charles Barry and Pugin as well as original plasterwork ceilings, panelling and the impressive Long Gallery.


Harris Museum and Art Gallery
Harris Museum and Art Gallery

Go beyond the grandeur exterior of the Harris Museum in Preston’s city centre and you’ll be rewarded by a delightful mixture of contemporary and traditional art that’s completely free to visit. Head up the dramatic staircase to explore two floors of art ranging from unusual textile prints of the 20th century to more the more traditional fine art of the 19th century, including water colours by JMW Turner and Samuel Palmer. The new and frequently changing exhibitions make sure there is never a dull moment and kids will be keen to join in the Hands on Gang activities and events. At the end of your trip to the Harris Museum don’t forget to call in the café – the inspirational setting and views up to the Egyptian balcony will leave you in awe.


Manchester Art Gallery
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Manchester Museum of Science and Industry
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Located on the historic site of the world’s oldest surviving passenger railway station, housed in five listed buildings, MOSI’s amazing galleries and outstanding collections tell the story of Manchester’s scientific and industrial past, present and future. It is a large museum devoted to the development of science, technology, and industry and particularly the city's considerable contributions to these. It is an Anchor Point of ERIH — The European Route of Industrial Heritage.


Manchester Opera House
Manchester Opera House

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Manchester Town Hall
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Pendle Hill
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