Holiday cottages in Bleasdale are surrounded by deep valleys, gritstone fells and peat moorland. This remote village is located in Lancashire’s Wyre district, in the Forest of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It lies on the banks of the River Brock, amid farmland and rugged hills. With a population of less than 200, it is a quiet, rural community, perfectly suited to visitors who want to make the most of the surrounding countryside. The village is little more than a couple of narrow lanes, dotted with farm buildings and cottages, and lined with hedgerows. Despite its modest size, the parish is home to several interesting landmarks, including a fine parish church, a Bronze Age earthwork, and Bleasdale Tower, which dates back to the early 19th century.


Enjoy a unique camping experience in the Lancashire countryside with a stay at Bleasdale, a child-friendly Colonial canvas cottage located near the village of the same name that offers glamping at its finest, with fully plumbed shower room, wood burning stove, solid deck flooring, & front terrace.

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Spectacular walking can be enjoyed on the doorstep of your holiday cottage in Bleasdale. Follow one of the trails to the summit of Beacon Fell and you will be rewarded with breathtaking views across the Forest of Bowland. On a clear day, you can see as far as Blackpool and Morecambe Bay. The paths to the summits of Parlick and Fair Snape Fell are similarly impressive. Highly recommended for families on self-catering holidays in Bleasdale, Bowland Wild Boar Park is a fun day out, with animal feeding, tractor rides, riverside walks and a cafe. The countryside around Bleasdale is scattered with idyllic villages, such as Dunsop Bridge, a short drive northward. Nestled on the banks of the River Dunsop and Landen Brook, it is a popular stop among hikers, where Puddleducks Tea Room serves excellent homemade food. A visit to the city of Lancaster is highly recommended, with great places to eat and drink, museums, and a medieval hilltop castle to explore. The Yorkshire Dales and The Pennines are both close enough to Bleasdale for day trips.