Large detached bungalow in the beautiful Rossendale Valley, superbly located for exploring Lancashire, the Lake District and within easy reach of Manchester. Pet friendly. Sleeps 5
Hardacres is a well furnished detached dormer bungalow situated at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac in Haslingden / Rossendale and enjoys excellent views to the rear towards Tor Hill and the West Pennines. There is a garden to front and stepped terrace to rear complete with garden furniture. Hardacres is conveniently situated away from major city conurbations but close enough to many of the attractions that Lancashire and the Pennine communities may offer. Manchester in particular is now considered to be at the centre of Northern cultural activity with the Lowry Theatres and the Bridgewater Hall. Call now to book a stay.
On the ground floor, Hardacres consists of a large comfortable lounge/diner with table and chairs for 6 people, and a three piece suite. There are three ground floor bedrooms, the largest of which has a double bed, there is a bedroom with two single beds and a small bedroom with one single bed. A travel cot is available on request at no extra cost. The kitchen is of a generous size with an electric cooker/hob, fridge, microwave and all cooking utensils. Leading from the kitchen is a linear room with a small table, chair and the washer/dryer. There is a large bathroom with bath and shower overhead.
Hardacres has a washer/ spinner/ dryer installed and there is a launderette in close proximity for visitors who wish to have a professional service. Most visitors drive to the bungalow but for those who prefer to use public transport there is an excellent bus service to most local towns including the city of Manchester. Cot and high chair are also available. We also welcome pets.
We have reduced rates for low occupancy. Please enquire for more information. Short break rates are based on season and occupancy, please call direct for prices and availability.
Access to Hardacres is normally by the motorway, exiting at the Haslingden Junction then passing Tesco and on to the main road to Haslingden (Manchester Road) for half a mile. Turn left at Park Avenue and then first left onto Park Crescent.