There is no shortage of interesting destinations in the surrounding area when you stay at northern rural Lancashire. Here you can relax in the fresh air, walk the hills, stroll along the riverside paths or explore dozens of ancient villages.
The Forest of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty covers 300 sq miles of rural Lancashire and North Yorkshire. Expanses of sky above dramatic sweeps of open moorland, gentle and tidy lowlands, crisscrossed with dry stone walls and dotted with picturesque farms and villages. Partake in some of the most peaceful and remote walking, riding and cycling in the country or observe some of the rare and enigmatic birds and wildlife.
The Ribble Valley
Relax in the rural haven of Ribble Valley, the ideal place to escape the hectic pace of every day life, whatever the time of year. Explore the great outdoors, whether you are walking or cycling, explore the quaint market towns and historic villages.
Stay under the Stars
Lancashire is declared as being a stargazers paradise – one of England’s darkest areas making it a great destination both by day and night. Couples can pass away the hours with indulgent picnics during the day hand-in-hand with picturesque strolls gazing underneath the stars.