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Hot tub with a view of the moors

Hot tub with a view of the moors

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Enjoy a relaxing bath in this super roll top bath

Enjoy a relaxing bath in this super roll top bath

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Nearest neighbours

Beautiful Malham Cove only 40 min drive

Beautiful Malham Cove only 40 min drive

Enjoy a day out at Blackpool

Enjoy a day out at Blackpool

Yorkshire dales at sunset

Yorkshire dales at sunset

Autumn patio

Autumn patio

Hot Tub

Hot Tub

Panoramic View

Panoramic View

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Entrance Hall

Contemporary wood style tiling walk-in rain shower

Contemporary wood style tiling walk-in rain shower

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Garden view

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Front entrance

Visit the historical Bolton Abbey

Visit the historical Bolton Abbey

Goredale Scar

Goredale Scar

Janet's Foss is a hidden treasure

Janet's Foss is a hidden treasure

Hot tub with a view of the moors

Hot tub with a view of the moors

Arriving

Arriving

Lounge

Lounge

Bedroom

Bedroom

Enjoy a relaxing bath in this super roll top bath

Enjoy a relaxing bath in this super roll top bath

Picture window

Picture window

Nearest neighbours

Nearest neighbours

Beautiful Malham Cove only 40 min drive

Beautiful Malham Cove only 40 min drive

Enjoy a day out at Blackpool

Enjoy a day out at Blackpool

Yorkshire dales at sunset

Yorkshire dales at sunset

Autumn patio

Autumn patio

Hot Tub

Hot Tub

Panoramic View

Panoramic View

Entrance Hall

Entrance Hall

Contemporary wood style tiling walk-in rain shower

Contemporary wood style tiling walk-in rain shower

Garden view

Garden view

Front entrance

Front entrance

Visit the historical Bolton Abbey

Visit the historical Bolton Abbey

Goredale Scar

Goredale Scar

Janet's Foss is a hidden treasure

Janet's Foss is a hidden treasure

Shawclough Barn

Lancashire, BB8 7EP

Romantic self-catering cottage for two

  • Yorkshire / Lancs border ideal for Dales and Lakes
  • Private wood fired hot tub
  • Fantastic secluded location, stunning views
  • 15 min walk across fields to the local pub
  • Superbly equipped luxury cottage
  • Friendly, personal service from onsite owners
    • Sleeps 2Sleeps 2
    • Bedrooms 1Bedrooms 1
    • Bathrooms 1Bathrooms 1
    • Dog Free Cottage Dog Free Cottage
    • Dines 2Dines 2
    • WiFiWiFi
    • ParkingParking
    • Open fire / Log burnerOpen fire / Log burner
    • Owners/Manager onsiteOwners/Manager onsite
    • Visit England 5 star graded

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Sleeps 2

Sleeps 2

Bedrooms 1

Bedrooms 1

Dines 2

Dines 2

Pub (within 1 mile)

Pub (within 1 mile)

Enclosed Garden

Enclosed Garden

Dog Free Cottage

Dog Free Cottage

Matched bathrooms

Matched bathrooms

Hot tub - private

Hot tub - private

WiFi

WiFi

Parking

Parking

Open fire / Log burner

Open fire / Log burner

Supermarket delivery available

Supermarket delivery available

Owners/Manager onsite

Owners/Manager onsite

Fine dining (within 10 miles)

Fine dining (within 10 miles)

National Trail (within 10 miles)

National Trail (within 10 miles)

About & Contact

Romantic self-catering cottage for two

Nestled high on the Lancashire & Yorkshire border near Skipton (the Gateway to the Dales), Shawclough Barn boasts breath-taking views from one of the highest hills in Pendle.

Whether you are planning a romantic trip, an idyllic getaway for two, or you just fancy a few days out walking this one-of-a-kind retreat is the place to be for fabulous natural scenery which can all be appreciated from the stunning wood fired hot tub, patio area and breath-taking feature windows. The barn is the perfect place to base your getaway: we are perfectly suited for day trips to the Yorkshire Dales, the Lake District and picturesque towns such as Harrogate, Skipton and Ilkley. An hours drive will take you to the famous Blackpool Tower. The Barn is also a short stroll across the fields from our cosy local tavern.

Shawclough Farm was a working farm until the late seventies when the land was sold off and it started its domestic transformation. Shawclough Barn was the second of two barns added to the original farmhouse and would have housed cattle downstairs and chickens upstairs. The farm dates from circa 1900 and was located in an area known as 'Black Lane Ends'. Little trace is left of this area, a few references in historical articles and one remaining signpost on Wharley Wise Lane opposite your most local pub which has also adopted the name 'Black Lane Ends Tavern'.

Access to Shawclough Barn is via the delightful private farm driveway. The Barn is self-contained enjoying a south facing aspect with private parking and patio / hot tub area. Inside you are welcomed by its warm and cosy open plan living area, magnificent homely kitchen, and a dining area enjoying a panoramic view over the tranquil landscape.

We wanted to treat you to all those things we would love to have in a cottage. Stylish wood burner, cosy and capacious sofa, incredible views out across the landscape over to the moors and a sense of history through the contemporary lighting reminding guests of the area’s former textile history. Upstairs the luxury continues with a super king bed uniquely styled under A-framed beams and featuring a freestanding roll-top bath to relax in, resting beneath Velux windows. Adjacent there is an absolutely stunning separate wet-room with wood-effect tiling, walk-in 'rain shower', twin basins and WC. Outside you can relax in private on your own patio, fire up a BBQ and soak in the hot tub taking in the view for miles. What’s not to like!

“What a truly wonderful place Shawclough Barn is! So beautiful, so comfortable, every little thing perfectly thought of and provided. THE most comfortable bed ever known! The views from the bedroom window in the morning make your soul sing. We loved the hot tub and sat late into the night beneath the stars …”

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Shawclough Barn
Lancashire, BB8 7EP

Location & Attractions

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  • Castle Castle
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Shawclough Barn

Skipton Old Road
Laneshawbridge
Lancashire
BB8 7EP

Castle Skipton Castle

Over 900 years old, Skipton Castle is one of the most complete and best preserved medieval castles in England and is well worth a visit at any season of the year.

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Castle Clitheroe Castle

Panoramic views across the Ribble Valley, Clitheroe Castle is perched above the town of Clitheroe where it has dominated the skyline for 800 years.

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Castle Lancaster Castle

Origins date back almost 1,000 years. Grade 1 Listed building occupies a city-centre hilltop location on the site of three successive Roman forts.

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Cycling Cycling in the Forest of Bowland

Gisburn Forest Bike Trails - Outstanding scenery, picturesque villages, charming tea rooms and a network of Quiet Lanes - all waiting to be explored.

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Golf Colne Golf Club

Colne's picturesque course lies between Pendle Hill and the Yorkshire Moors, right on the Lancashire-Yorkshire border. As you might expect, Colne's fairways boast magnificent views over the Lancashire countryside.

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Heritage Bolton Abbey, Skipton

Explore the ruins of the Priory and discover a landscape full of history and legend. Walk along the riverside, woodland and moorland paths or stop and enjoy the tea rooms.

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Leisure Parks RHS Harlow Carr

Sitting in the beautiful Yorkshire countryside, Harlow Carr is a delight in every season and showcases diverse landscapes with different garden styles and an extensive plant collection.

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Leisure Parks Wycoller Country Park

famous for its association with the Brontè sisters the Country Park has many footpaths leading to local beauty spots which include Bank House and Wycoller Beck

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Leisure Parks Thornton Hall Country Park

Experience hands on animal encounters on their traditional working farm. A perfect fun filled informative family fun day out rain or shine

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Museums Grassington Folk Museum

Exhibits of lead mining, minerals, craft tools, lathes, Dales farming, period costumes, domestic accoutrements, World War II memorabilia, folk lore and the days of the Yorkshire Dales Railway recalled.

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Museums Nidderdale Museum

Nidderdale Museum has a large collection of exhibits, illustrating different aspects of life and work in Nidderdale through the ages.

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Museums The Bronte Parsonage Museam

In the picturesque village of Haworth in West Yorkshire, once the home of the Brontë family, hosts the Brontë collections: the largest and most important in the world

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Pub/Restaurant Hare and Hounds Lotherdale

A historic gem in the heart of picturesque Lothersdale, the Hare and Hounds serves traditional pub classics alongside a range of locally brewed ales

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Pub/Restaurant The Emmott Arms

A thoroughly good traditional village pub with open fires and proper food.

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Pub/Restaurant The Alma Inn

Nestled in the beautiful Pendle countryside, the Alma Inn is bursting with character and charm, serving great food and a selection of drinks.

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Pub/Restaurant Black Lane Ends Tavern

To unwind on a nice afternoon, Black Lane Ends Tavern is a well-known pub sitting on top of the moors with stunning views and a cosy charm.

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Town Skipton

As the gateway to the magnificent Yorkshire Dales, people travel the length and breadth of the country to visit this charming market town.

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Town Malham

Malham is a small pretty village, in the Pennines. It has been a settlement for at least a thousand years and traces of iron boundaries are still visible today.

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Visitors Attraction The Blackpool Tower Eye

Take a trip 380ft into the sky to the top of The Blackpool Tower and experience the thrilling SkyWalk.

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Walks Pendle Hill

Most famous for its links to the now notorious witch trials of 1612, Pendle Hill and its surrounding towns and villages are a truly bewitching area of Lancashire.

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Walks The Yorkshire Dales Walks

Grassington in the Yorkshire Dales is a fabulous place to go walking whether you are looking for a gentle riverside stroll or a hike on a wild and empty moorland.

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Walks The Bronte Trail

Take in the derelict farmhouse that was the inspiration for Wuthering Heights, the Brontè Bridge and Waterfalls. The full walk is five miles long and should take just over 2hrs.

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Meet the owner

Theressa Horn

Welcome to our romantic retreat high in the hills of Pendle on the Yorkshire/Lancashire border. Theressa and Greg bought Shawclough Farm in 2016 and set about creating a family home and converting the barn into stylish holiday accommodation. The farm dates from circa 1900 and was located in an area known as 'Black Lane Ends'. Little trace is left of this area, a few references in historical articles and one remaining signpost on Wharley Wise Lane opposite your most local pub which has also adopted the name 'Black Lane Ends Tavern'. Shawclough was a working farm until the late seventies when the land was sold off and it started its domestic transformation. Shawclough Barn was the second of two barns added to the original farmhouse and would have housed cattle downstairs and chickens upstairs. That’s us: my husband, daughter, and me, and together we run the Barn and look after the grounds. We look forward to welcoming you to Shawclough Barn.