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There’s so much to discover and enjoy at Ribble Valley, Lancashire

There’s so much to discover and enjoy at Ribble Valley, Lancashire

The beauty of the Forest of Bowland is hard to match, and the best way to see it first hand, is on foot. Whether you’re a rambler at heart and love nothing more than long walks, knee deep in wild grass or you just want to explore the historical towns close by, Ribble Valley has something to offer everyone.

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Owning your own holiday home at Ribble Valley gives you a base to explore the whole of Lancashire.

Aysgarth Falls and Hardraw ForceYorkshire

Aysgarth Falls and Hardraw Force

Lace up your walking boots, for there are waterfalls to marvel at; Aysgarth Falls and Hardraw Force are must-sees. With walks winding through the wooded valley, breathtaking views of the river and falls are guaranteed. Keep your eyes out for squirrels and deer, as well as wild flowers in the spring and summer.

Local Attractions
Bancroft MillYorkshire

Bancroft Mill

Discover Lancashire’s industrial heritage at Bancroft Mill’s Steaming Days where you can discover and explore a vast collection of memorabilia related to the cotton textile industry, including various machine tools for the workshop and several small engines.

Local Attractions
BrockholesYorkshire

Brockholes

Treat the family to a day out at Brockholes, boasting the UK’s first floating visitor village and the 250-acre Lancashire Wildlife Trust nature reserve. Whilst you’re ambling along the River Ribble and the nearby lakes, keep your eyes peeled for wildlife. What’s more, you’ll be able to visit year-round with free admission!

Local Attractions
Dunsop BridgeYorkshire

Dunsop Bridge

Explore the stunning views and stop for a picnic in the village of Dunsop Bridge, the official centre of the British Isles right in the beautiful Ribble Valley. If you’re into fell walking this is a perfect place to start, rest or finish your walk.

Local Attractions
Gisburn Forest HubYorkshire

Gisburn Forest Hub

Gisburn Forest has a network of waymarked forest walks and a cycle trails. If you're feeling adventurous why not try all the routes? Or simply enjoy a gentle stroll in stunning surroundings with your family, you can even tire out the dog before you head home.

Local Attractions
Lancaster CastleLancashire

Lancaster Castle

An intimidating, medieval fortress overlooking the city of Lancaster. Steeped in dark history and owned by the Duchy of Lancaster, the castle tells its visitors a brutal and devastating story of crime and punishment dating back to Roman times. From the gaol to executions and witch trials, you’ll be immersed in a fascinating history!

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N.B. All holiday home images are for visual purposes only. All holiday homes will be provided according to the grade booked, however the holiday home model may vary upon arrival.

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