Lovely detached cottage in the Pendle region of Lancashire, ideal for a family or small group of friends.
Stylish sunlit interior with panel flooring, raised decked area to the rear for sitting out, and a perfect English front garden.
The lounge has a wood burner in original stone hearth. Comfy double sofas around a fireside rug. Perfect for one or two four legged friends to join you in the evenings.
At A Glance
Two Dogs Allowed
Pets - No Charge
About Cobden View
Original detached country cottage in its own grounds with a superb hillside location, overl ooking the Ribble Valley. Sloping garden with floral areas and stepped path leading down to gate.
This is a charming two bedroom cottage, with one double and one twin bedroom and a family size bathroom.
Cobden View is doggy friendly. One or two well behaved pets are welcome to stay with you, and at no extra charge.
Map of Area
Things To Do in Sabden
Part of a working farm overlooking the valley of the Sabden Brook, which feeds into the River Ribble, in half an acre of private grounds.
Get immersed in country life, away from the grime and stress of the city. Let your dogs run free in the big garden, while you enjoy breakfast on the raised wooden verandah with views of Pendle Hill and the Ribble Valley in the background.
Take a stroll into Sabden, and pay a visit to the Pendle Witch Hotel, part of the history of this unique slice of old England.
Follow the brooks and paths where your canine companion takes you, maybe to the looming Pendle Hill in the north east. As well as a challenging walk and superb views, Pendle Hill also has a dry ski slope.
To the south west of Sabden is the town of Whalley, which sits on the River Calder. A real hidden gem of this part of Lancashire, Whalley houses the ruins of a 14th Century abbey in a large area of its own grounds, great for a quiet walk with your furry friends. The town also has some great shops, dog friendly pub and places to eat.
The larger town of Clitheroe lies a short drive up the A59 north or Whalley, and is not to be missed when staying in the area.
Dominated by its world famous castle, Clitheroe is also a thriving market town, with all the amenities of a modern shopping centre, plus a train station with links to Blackburn and Lancashire to the south, and Skipton to the east, gateway to the Yorkshire Dales National Park.
Sabden sits in the Forest of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), and a 45 minute drive north takes you to the Lake District National Park.
Cobden View is a superb place to spend some quality time with your family or good friends, including the four legged variety. Its detached situation, on a gentle hillside overlooking the Sabden Valley, will make you feel like just sitting back, enjoying the view and breathing in the lovely fresh air, away from traffic and fumes.
Enjoy the half acre grounds in peace, with breakfast or evening drinks on the verandah. Pendle Hill is on the doorstep, part of the dramatic local scenery which is not much changed since the Middle Ages.
Take a drive into Whalley, and enjoy riverside walks with pooch by the banks of the River Calder, or head into Cllitheroe, and spend the morning or afternoon enjoying the atmosphere of a bustling market town underneath a medieval castle.
Explore the nature at the nearby national parks, all on your doorstep.
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