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.
Enjoy a unique camping experience in the Lancashire countryside with a stay at Bleasdale, a tent cottage located near the village of the same name that affords plenty of space for families and friends to holiday in a comfortable yet distinctive setting.
This dog-friendly tent cottage features solid decking floors throughout the interior and extends to the front terrace and practical porch entrance in the rear. Zip yourself out of the dining area and into the centre of this Colonial canvas holiday home, where you can store all your outdoor necessities for your glamping experience.
The open-plan living area features a solid wood-burning stove to take the nip off a chilly evening as your group gathers on the sofa and array of comfy seating options circling a large coffee table. The dining area seats six at a pine table with high-backed chairs.
The bathroom is fully plumbed, with the shower running off an independent hot water system. Three bedrooms (double, twin and bunk) complete this child-friendly cottage, all roomy and separated for privacy and comfort. All beds are made of solid pine with comfortable mattresses and plush duvet sets.
The village of Bleasdale sits in the Forest of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and within the parish lies Bleasdale Circle, a Bronze Age circular earthwork surmised to align with the sunrise of the summer solstice. Nearby Chipping, considered one of Britain’s best-kept villages, boasts three public houses.
Cobble Hey Farm & Gardens is a working farm that makes a great day trip for children, walkers, and birdwatchers, while Bowland Wild Boar Park along the river Hodder features a wide variety of animals.