A self Catering Farm Cottage in rural Rochdale yet close to amenities in Wardle.
Stay at Pennine Cottage and be in a comfortable, restful and convenient location. The cottage has recently been modernised and has the original beams showing and is both warm and comfortable.
A true Lancashire moor land cottage affording excellent views. Ideal for activity holidays such as hang-gliding, wind surfing, close to two golf courses, fishing, and riding or just walking on the miles of moorland.
Wardle village has had an interesting write up in Lancashire Life magazine and is a good centre for visiting the Bronte Country, Yorkshire Dales and the West Coast; but the local countryside is well worth exploring and there are many places around about of historical interest. The cottage has recently been modernised and has the original beams showing and is both warm and comfortable.
Close to motorway network
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Disabled Facilities: No.
Linen Provided: Yes. Bed Linen, Hand/Bath towels, kitchen Towels
Pets Allowed: No.
Central Heating: Yes. Fuel type: Electric
Open Fire: No.
Smoking Allowed: No.
Outdoor Facilities: Yes. Large patio with table/chairs.
Leave M62 Junction 21 (Milnrow).
1). 0.22 miles Turn Left onto ELIZABETHAN WAY A640
2). 1.77 miles Continue Straight on ROCHDALE ROAD A640
3). 1.82 miles Continue Straight on MILNROW ROAD A640
4). 2.83 miles Turn Right onto ALBERT ROYDS STREET A664
5). 3.29 miles Bear Right onto dual carriageway HALIFAX ROAD A58
6 ). 3.69 miles Bear Left after the Bull (up WARDLE ROAD).
7). 4.56 miles Carry onto RAMSDEN ROAD
8). 4.70 miles Bear Left onto KNOWL SYKE STREET at side of chapel after Globe pub.
9 ). Follow the road through new houses (the road narrows here).
10). Go over the stone bridge, turn left on Clough House Lane and follow signs initially for Bent Head Farm and then after 100m turn right up the hill sign-posted Bent Head Farm and Pennine Cottage.
11 ). 5.04 miles Arrive at Destination at Pennine Cottage
12). The cottages are facing you at the top of the hill.