Meadow View Cottage in Barnoldswick is a traditional Lancashire stone terraced cottage with an inviting, bright and airy décor and the comfort of home in every room.
Perfect for a family and their pooch, it has incredible views out over the meadows and a fantastic location for exploring both Lancashire and Yorkshire’s towns and countryside.
Local walks, cycling and places to visit are in abundance, from castles to steam trains and the Pennine Cycle path.
At A Glance
One Dog Allowed
Pets - No Charge
Pub Within 1 Mile
Flat Screen TV
About Meadow View Cottage
Boasting a cosy, homely feel in each and every room, Meadow View Cottage has a double room with a king size bed, a twin room and a modern, spacious bathroom with shower over the tub.
The fully-equipped kitchen diner has everything you need for your stay with a welcome pack on arrival.
Minutes from the local pub and shop, the cottage has a lovely patio and garden area which looks out to the beautiful Lancashire countryside.
Map of Area
Things To Do in Barnoldswick, Nr Earby
Barnoldswick dates back to the pre-Roman age, with Norman roots and influences of the Industrial Revolution still very much on show. It is the home of the Rolls-Royce jet engine which was first created here in the Second World War and maintains its links with its industrial heritage. Shopping in the town is a fantastic experience with a successful high street supporting local family-owned businesses.
From butchers selling meat from cattle reared in the area to artisan bread and homewares, everything you need for your stay is available here. There is a good selection of local pubs and restaurants as well as a market twice a week.
Bancroft Mill is an excellent choice for a day out. This former textile mill has a working steam engine and historical displays detailing the mill’s past and its role within the town. Dogs are welcome to explore the mill as well as history and steam engine fans.
Just across the Pennine border is Skipton, a market town with a 900 year old castle which is open for visits. Skipton has some excellent cafés and restaurants and nearby Thornton Hall Country Park which holds events all year round. It is particularly good for those with children looking for activities to keep them occupied such as their indoor play barn or special events as well as regular activities such as pony trekking or lamb and calf feeding.
The Forest of Bowland, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is 15 minutes from the cottage and is a fantastic place to go walking with your dog, enjoy bike rides and if you enjoy stargazing, you can even head to one of the forest’s dedicated stargazing sites, known as Dark Sky Discovery Sites. With parking nearby, these sites are available for stargazing throughout the year, with autumn and winter being the best times to see stars due to clearer skies. From the Andromeda Galaxy in autumn to the Milky Way in winter. Moonless winter nights are particular favourites for the best star shows.
Meadow View Cottage is a home away from home for couples or families accompanied by their four-legged friend. Enjoy your favourite TV show in front of the cosy wood burning stove or head out into the garden for dinner on the patio with a wonderful countryside view.
There is so much to do in the town and further afield, with plenty of places to visit within 30 minutes of the cottage. Nearby Skipton and historic Haworth are fabulous for a day trip while train fans will love a trip on an old-fashioned steam engine at Thornton Hall Country Park or Keighley and Worth Valley Steam Railway or even a regular train along the scenic Settle-Carlisle railway line.
A drink in the nearby pub with friendly locals is the icing on the cake of a stay at this lovely, traditional Lancashire stone terraced cottage.
Meadow View Cottage
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