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B and Bs in Laneshawbridge

Rye Flatt Farmhouse
Rye Flatt Farmhouse
20 School Lane

Laneshawbridge
Lancashire

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Rye Flatt is a period stone farmhouse in the delightful village of Laneshawbridge in Lancashire on the edge of Wycollar Country Park. It has been awarded a 4 star rating from Visit Britain. It is located on the main road to Haworth and Bronte Country. Places of interest nearby include Townley Hall; Gawthorpe Hall and Skipton Castle. The Yorkshire Dales and the Lake District are located within 1 hours drive. It has good facilities for walkers and cyclists. Colne makes an excellent base for visiting Pendle Witch Country; Haworth - the home of the Bronte Sisters. The village pub is close by and tasty evening meals are served there daily. Nearby; Colne also has a number of eateries. There is off road parking available and guests can make use of the garden during their stay. There is also storage for bikes and wet clothing available.PLEASE NOTE: We have a Check In Time of 14:00 t0 19:00. Check Out is by 10:00. Please contact us if you require a late check in. Regrettably we cannot accept pets. We are a no smoking accommodation.

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