Superb 3 bedroom cottage set in the heart of Barnoldswick. Surrounded by stunning scenery, the friendly market town of Barnoldswick 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.
With Wonderful walking countryside on its doorstep, Pennine cycle and bridleway routes also pass through Barnoldswick.
The highest point of the Leeds & Liverpool canal meanders through the town, and the rolling heather moorland of Weets Hill boasts one of Britain’s best views towards the Yorkshire Dales.
Barnoldswick is steeped in living history, with a rich heritage which dates back to a pre-Roman era. Streets of traditional stone built houses surround a quaint town centre, setting a restful town square at the heart of the community.
oIndustry plays a key part in farming the town’s history, as Barnoldswick is known across the UK as the town which played host to the development of the Rolls-Royce jet engine in the Second World War. Bancroft Mill, with its working steam engine, has also been identified as one of the town’s most iconic landmarks.