Rye Flatt Farmhouse Bed & Breakfast
Rye Flatt Farmhouse Bed and Breakfast is a 17th Century Farmhouse situated three miles out of Colne, Lancashire in the picturesque village of Laneshawbridge. Offering friendly, comfortably furnished, high quality bed and breakfast accommodation.
The Emmott Arms, about 150 yards away offers food Wednesday to Saturday evening and all day Sunday. The Alma Inn and Black Lane Ends (Hare and Hounds) are only five minutes by car and also serve good, home cooked food.
There is something for everyone - the Pendle Way for walkers, cycleway for cyclists and bridle way for horse lovers. For tourists there are many local places of interest including Wycoller Country Park, Haworth - home of the Bronte Sisters, Townley Hall, Gawthorpe Hall, Cliffe Castle, Skipton Castle and Whalley Abbey to name a few.
The area is also a good base for The Lake District, The Trough of Bowland, The Yorkshire Dales and the Lancashire coast. For those who like serious shopping Boundary Mill outlet shop is ten minutes down the road. The M65 motorway to Preston and links to M61 and M62 is less than ten minutes away for those travelling on business.
The guest rooms are beautifully furnished and fully central heated for all year round comfort. Our en-suite facilities also have under floor heating for extra warmth and comfort. Each room has tea and coffee making facilities although if you want to join us for a drink and a chat we don't mind. Each morning breakfast is served in a separate dining room from 7:00am to 9:30 am.
If you have a special request or dietary requirement please tell us so we can try to accommodate you.
The accommodation has off road parking and you are welcome to make use of our garden facilities during your stay. We have facilities for cyclists and walkers to store their bikes and hang wet clothing.
We are a no smoking establishment.
We regret that we cannot accommodate pets.
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This page was last updated: 09 September 2013