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Middle Flass Lodge
Forest Becks Brow
Settle Road
Bolton By Bowland

Clitheroe
Lancashire

BB7 4NY | View map
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Friendly, welcoming owners in a delightfully located barn conversion. Plenty of beams add to the rustic effect. Pleasantly decorated,comfy rooms with countryside outlook. Blackboards eclectic menu boasts local seasonal choices. Set in beautiful countryside within the Forest of Bowland. A.O.N.B. This peacefully located barn conversion is an ideal base for walking and visiting the Dales and Lakes (approx. one hour) Being on the border of Lancashire and Yorkshire, the Market towns of Clitheroe, Settle and Skipton are all only 15/25 minutes drive away. The lodge is surrounded by beautiful open countryside, abundant with many species of birds and wildlife. This is a perfect place for any one to relax and unwind. Seven neat and cosy rooms (Two in annexe). With full en- suite facilities. Freeview Flat screen twenty two inch teletext T.V's.Wi Fi access throughout main building. Timbers are exposed throughout the property, as in the attractive lounge and dining room /restaurant. Chef prepared cuisine using locally sourced ingredients wherever possible. Extensive Breakfast menu. Table D'hote evening meals (please pre book) AA Dining award Personal and professional attention at all times. Recognised in Michelin Guide. Table licence. Gardens. Ample parking.

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