Surrounded by stunning scenery, the friendly market town of Barnoldswick (known affectionately to locals as ‘Barlick’) is set at the heart of rural Lancashire. The town is quaint, quirky and colourful, as well as being friendly, warm and welcoming.
Nestling in the Pennine hills between the northern cities of Leeds and Manchester, Barnoldswick sits on the Lancashire/Yorkshire border and is approximately a
one hour’s drive away from either city.
Barnoldswick beautifully fuses the old and the new, mixing a rich heritage with the conveniences of modern-day life. In Barnoldswick, Bronte Country meets
the Yorkshire Dales, setting Pendle Hill and the Forest of Bowland as the backdrop.