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When it comes to a relaxing short break in the country, Lancashire has it all. From Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, traditional pubs with roaring fires serving fine cuisine and real ale. To luxury B&Bs and awarding winning self-catering cottages all nestled within bewitching landscapes.
Your trip to Lancashire is definitely the time to take in lots of fresh air, and the Forest of Bowland, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, is the perfect place for it. With 312 sq miles of spectacular countryside and hundreds of different walks and routes, you really can immerse yourselves in the peaceful and beautiful surroundings.
Burnley’s rich industrial history has often overshadowed its impressive countryside. Look beyond the majestic mills to discover country houses, wild Pennine Moorland and an extensive forest network thriving with wildlife.
As quoted by Ratty in Wind-in-the-Willows, "There is nothing - absolutely nothing – half so much worth doing as simply messing about in boats."
With 354 recorded bird species, native mammals such as red deer and otters, and millions of creepy crawlies that include tiger moths and common lizards, Lancashire’s wilder side offers up some great days out.
Accommodation which holds the Green Tourism Business Award.
Lancashire’s rambling countryside, challenging moorland and extensive waterways makes it a natural habitat for outdoor explorers and adrenaline seekers. Whether you ski, sail, climb or jump –you’ll get a taste for adventure in Lancashire.
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