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Lancashire Magazine 2018

Lancashire Magazine 2018

Packed full of places to stay, things to do, places to eat and pages of events listings.

Book a break #wherelifefeelsgood

Book a break #wherelifefeelsgood

Lancashire has an amazing variety of quality accommodation, book your break today.

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  1. Add Forest of Bowland to your Itinerary

    Forest of Bowland

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    Countryside

    Forest of Bowland

    Situated in the North West of England, the Forest of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) covers 312sq miles of rural Lancashire and North Yorkshire and includes the famous landmark Pendle Hill.

    The Forest of Bowland AONB offers plenty...

  2. Add Chatburn to your Itinerary

    Chatburn

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    Countryside

    Clitheroe

    Chatburn is situated in a hollow between the two ridges, which slope towards the River Ribble just off the A59 Clitheroe to Skipton road on the outskirts of Clitheroe. It is thought that the village derived its name from St Ceatt or Chad.

  3. Add Cleveleys to your Itinerary

    Cleveleys

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    Town

    It offers an impressive array of holiday houses, guest houses and hotels like its neighbour but has a more relaxed atmosphere which has resulted in the town becoming a very popular place for retirement in recent years.

  4. Add Wiswell to your Itinerary

    Wiswell

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    Village

    A small village on the edge of Whalley and home to another popular inn, Wiswell is said to have taken its name from Old Molly's Well, later known as the wise woman's well.

  5. Add Hornby to your Itinerary

    Hornby

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    Village

    Lancaster

    Hornby is famed for its spectacular castle, now a private residence, overlooking the village. also an ancient castle site, Castle Stede, to the north of the village on the banks of the River Lune. St Margaret's Church is grade 1 listed.

  6. Add Samlesbury to your Itinerary

    Samlesbury

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    Village

    Samlesbury is a small village in the South Ribble area of Lancashire, England, The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. The historic Samlesbury Hall is also located in the village as well as Samlesbury Aerodome.

  7. Add Longton to your Itinerary

    Longton

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    Countryside

    Longton is a small rural community in the west of South Ribble and a village of ancient origin.

  8. Add Mitton to your Itinerary

    Mitton

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    Village

    Clitheroe

    The tiny hamlet of Mitton is situated on a limestone rise above th River Ribble, near to its junction with the River Hodder.

  9. Add Carnforth to your Itinerary

    Carnforth

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    Countryside

    Carnforth

    Carnforth is at the meeting point of three railways, once had two steam sheds and an iron works. The station was used for the famous film Brief Encounter. There's an exhibition, restored tearoom and items featured in the film.

  10. Add Rivington to your Itinerary

    Rivington

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    Village

    Many people wrongly believe Rivington is in Bolton - but they're wrong. This beautiful part of the borough is very much Chorley - and we're proud of it.

  11. Add Yealand Conyers to your Itinerary

    Yealand Conyers

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    Countryside

    Yealand Conyers is a tranquil village with local walks affording impressive views of Morecambe Bay, the Lakeland Fells and Pennines. Leighton Hall, with its origins dating back to 1246 is close by and the village also has a traditional pub.

  12. Add Worsthorne to your Itinerary

    Worsthorne

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    Village

    Burnley

    Lying approximately three miles east of the town centre, this historic village with its close association with the Thursby family, great benefactors of the Burnley area.

  13. Add Over Kellet to your Itinerary

    Over Kellet

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    Countryside

    Carnforth

    Over Kellet featured in the 'Best Kept Village of Lancashire' Competition. There are picturesque views from most parts of the village.

  14. Add Cliviger & Holme Chapel to your Itinerary

    Cliviger & Holme Chapel

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    Countryside

    Burnley

    This unspoilt village is situated in the beautiful Cliviger Gorge three miles south east of Burnley on the A646. The church is of particular interest; built by Thomas Dunham Whitaker in 1794 it is the burial place of several notable Burnley people.

  15. Add Parbold to your Itinerary

    Parbold

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    Village

    Parbold

    The Parish of Parbold, to the East of Ormskirk, is a charming residential township which is both hilly and picturesque. It rises from the River Douglas to a height of 400 feet above sea level. Parbold Hill gives magnificent views across the...

  16. Add Ribchester to your Itinerary

    Ribchester

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    Village

    Ribchester

    This ancient riverside village is built on the site of the Roman fort of Bremetennacum. It's one of the district's most popular villages with local shops and amenities, an art gallery and some award winning accommodation and cosy country pubs.

  17. Add Wray to your Itinerary

    Wray

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    Village

    The picturesque village Wray is the centre of Scarecrow festivals in Lancashire, England. It has a Post Office and General Store, 2 Pubs, tea rooms, a new Cafe at Bridge House Farm and its own village website.

  18. Add Briercliffe to your Itinerary

    Briercliffe

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    Village

    Burnley

    The picturesque hamlet of Briercliffe is situated approximately 3 miles north of Burnley with views over Thursden Valley. This stone built community was once a centre for the cotton industry and contains many interesting and historic buildings dating

  19. Add Lytham St Annes to your Itinerary

    Lytham St Annes

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    Coastal

    Lytham St Annes

    This traditional coastal village is truly one of the gems of the North West. With its continental markets, flourishing gardens and stylish restaurants, there really is something on offer for everyone. Whatever the season, you’re guaranteed to create

  20. Add Sawley to your Itinerary

    Sawley

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    Village

    Clitheroe

    The ruins of Sawley Abbey , a Cistercian establishment founded in 1147 by William de Percy, dominates this tranquil spot.

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