This terraced, stone cottage is compact with a small conservatory, overlooking an extensive garden and stream. On the outskirts of the Lancashire town of Earby, it's next to a park and within easy walking distance of pubs and shops. Due to the proximity of neighbours, Earby is not suitable for noisy groups.
The self-catering kitchen contains 1 domestic sized cooker, 2x4 gas rings, microwave, large fridge and freezer and a range of kitchen utensils, crockery and cutlery for 22 people. Tea towels are provided.
Great for walking, cycling and exploring the rich industrial heritage and mill shops of Lancashire. The Forest of Bowland AONB, Yorkshire Dales, Pendle Hill (home of Lancashire's witches), The Pennine Way, Pendle Way and Bronte Way are all on the doorstep.
22 beds arranged in 1x2, 2x6 and 1x8 bedded rooms - all are upstairs and have washbasins, all bedlinen is provided.
There is parking to the rear of the building for 8 cars.
Dining room and Lounge
There are two dining rooms which are adjacent to each other and seat 22 people in total. The lounge has seating for 8 people (there is also a gas fire in this room) and leads into a conservatory which has seating for a further four people.
There are 2 showers and 2 toilets downstairs, 1 toiler and 1 shower upstiars. Please bring your own towels.
The extensive garden with adjoining stream and waterfall is an attractive place for a stroll or for children to play. In the interests of safety, children should be supervised in the garden.
Payphone and central heating.
YHA staff are resident in the building.
This property is suitable for children under the age of three years
November - March
|Additional Night||High Season
|Midweek stays are charged at the additional night rate (per night)|
|High season relates to February and October Half Terms and Easter weekend to the end of August|
|Christmas dates apply to the period 23rd to 28th Dec (inclusive)|
|New Year dates apply to the period 28th Dec to 2nd Jan (inclusive)|
9-11 Birch Hall Lane