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Blakey Hall Farm

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Accommodation Details

Blakey Hall is a delightful old farmhouse run by Rachel and Stephen Boothman, which dates back to before the 17 th century, offering a bed and breakfast in picturesque surroundings, alongside the Leeds/Liverpool Canal. A perfect place for both business or holiday makers to have a peaceful stay with off road parking.

2 luxury Self Catering Apartments, 6 bedrooms for Bed and Breakfast all en-suite, 2 newly converted from an old Dairy, with stunning, unspoilt views, on ground floor (Wheel Chair Access). Outdoor seating for guests.
Blakey Barn, bedrooms converted in 2008. 4 luxury rooms, with flat screen T.V's, wet rooms, Wi-Fi, fridge, all made for comfort.

Local country pub serving food less than 1 mile away from the farm. Local village with shops and post office, all in walking distance.

Accept ChildrenAccess to Golf CourseBusiness FacilitiesCredit Cards AcceptedCycle Hire AvailableCycle StorageFishing NearbyGarden PatioGround Floor BedroomInternet AccessLaundry FacilitiesParking On-SiteReal FiresServes Breakfast

Accommodation Location


Address
Duke of York Apartment, Blakey Hall Farm, Red Lane, Colne, Lancashire, BB8 9TD

Type
B&B

Email
blakeyhall@hotmail.com

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