Four Star self catering accommodation with Broadband connectivity on site.
Only available for Long Term Holiday Let, contact us for details.
We have M1 and M2 disabled access accommodation.
Newly converted from traditional Lancashire stone farm buildings our holiday cottages, Hare House, Brook House, Garden Cottage and The Fern Room offer luxurious self catering holiday accommodation in a picturesque countryside setting in the Forest of Bowland with stunning views of the surrounding Bleasdale Fells and Beacon Fell.
The cottages are completely surrounded by open countryside which is set within over 200 acres of the owner’s land most of it managed for wildlife. The cottages with breathtaking views are ideally located for those who enjoy walking, cycling, bird watching and other outdoor interests.
We have M1 and M2 disabled access accommodation and our own Tramper trail and Tramper vehicle available for our guests and visitors to Bleasdale.
Within a six mile radius there are at least 10 eating and drinking establishments and a short drive away, many places to visit and things to do, some of which can be found on this website.
If you want to explore the North Lancashire hidden gem that is the Forest of Bowland A.O.N.B. Bleasdale Cottages is the place to stay.
For those who have an interest in bird watching, Bleasdale Cottages are the perfect base for visits to Leighton Moss RSPB reserve, Martin Mere, or the Ribble Estuary and Morecambe bay.
Also available onsite is our Bowland Barn containing a large games room, Laundry room equipped with a Washing Machine and Tumble Dryer, spacious secure cycle and wet weather gear storage area plus easy access toilet.
All the cottages are centrally heated by boilers which are run on wood pellets. Wood Pellet boilers are the most environmentally friendly option available due to the fact that they are carbon neutral.
We have superb facilities for those on a walking or cycling holiday, plus some of the best walking and cycling country in England.
Your Hosts Robert and Anne Gardner
Brown Hare by Anne Gardner