Greenfold Holiday Cottages
Greenfold Holiday Cottages are situated in Silverdale, Lancashire and have been converted from ancient farm buildings to offer self catering accommodation.
Careful attention has been paid to detail, with architectural features preserved and thoughtful touches such as a garden swing placed just at the best spot in the garden to enjoy the view.
AccommodationEach self catering cottage is unique and spacious, with plenty of room for a family to relax and each has an outdoor patio with garden furniture.
A communal barbecue at the bottom of the gardens is perfect for a summer evening after a day spent exploring the stunning coast and countryside around the area.
All of our holiday cottages are available to hire either individually or together for a family or group of friends.
Original stone exteriors lead to beautifully finished interiors, each has:
gas central heating.
Feature electric stove.
Flatscreen TV and DVD.
Superb family bathrooms (with shower over the bath).
En-suite shower room (no 2,3,& 4).
Private patios for alfresco dining.
A communal west-facing sheltered courtyard to the rear provides extra outdoor space.
No.1 - Greenfold Cottages
Originally part of Greenfold barn, No. 1 has a spacious lounge/diner which opens into a kitchen with roof lights and an impressive breakfast bar. A ground floor bunk room with bathroom next door is ideal for children, while first floor accommodation includes both a king-size and double room and a further bathroom. Front and rear patios. Sleeps 6 in 3 bedrooms, cot available.
No.2 - Greenfold Cottages
Also part of the former barn, this cottage enjoys a pleasant open-plan layout, with L-shaped lounge/diner/kitchen. A useful ground floor single has its own en-suite (ideal for an independent teenager or older relative), while upstairs comprises a king-size room with feature windows, a twin and a further single room as well as another bathroom. Front and rear patios. Sleeps 6 in 4 bedrooms, cot available.
No.3 - Greenfold Cottages
A modern open-plan layout with spacious lounge/diner/kitchen and superb French windows leading out to the patio. On the first floor are two doubles (one with en-suite) and a bunk room, as well as a bathroom. Front and rear patios. Sleeps 6 in 3 bedrooms, no cot.
No.4 - Greenfold Cottages
This cottage follows a more traditional layout, with spacious hallway leading to a lounge/diner with original stone fireplace and kitchen. Upstairs, the king-size bedroom leads out to a large private terrace. A twin (with en-suite), a single room and bathroom complete the accommodation. Side patio. Sleeps 5 in 3 bedrooms, cot available.
All cottages are fully equipped with everything you need for a comfortable stay including a full range of kitchen utensils, duvets and pillows, fresh bedlinen. Towels can be hired for £5 per person.
Greenfold guests are very welcome to use the leisure facilities at our Middlebarrow caravan Park in nearby Silverdale. With a luxurious swimming pool complex, bar and restaurant, for a small charge there is even a gym.
Local AreaYealand Redmayne has a fascinating and ancient heritage. With a history dating back to the Domesday Book, Yealand was originally a single township before a 13th-century split created three distinct villages named after various Lords of the Manor: Yealand Conyers, Yealand Storrs and Yealand Redmayne (after Henry de Redmayne). It was strongly associated with the Quaker movement which spread through the villages of North Lancashire. The original Friends' Meeting House, built in 1692, can still be seen in the village.
Yealand is a friendly, sleepy little village with beautiful old stone houses and a lovely old pub, The New Inn which is a short walk from the cottages and serves extremely good food.
Just a five-minute drive from Yealand, Warton is a place of homage for American visitors, as it was home to the ancestors of George Washington lived in Washington House. There are also the remains of an ancient priory and two good pubs serving home-cooked food.
Silverdale is Britain’s smallest Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Wander through the village and stock up at the local shops including a butcher, baker and greengrocer all stocking fresh produce that is locally grown.
Walk down to the sea at Jenny Brown’s Point for a panoramic view across the bay. Nearby Leighton Moss, run by the RSPB, is home to special birds such as breeding bitterns and bearded tits, as well as deer and butterflies. An easy walk through the trees at Woodwell can end at The Wolfhouse Gallery which features contemporary and traditional arts, crafts, gifts, jewellery, and tearooms with homemade cakes that are definitely worth the visit.
Rates: £299 to £777 per week depending on season.
Maximum of 6 people. Children are welcome.
No smoking. Pets are allowed by arrangement.
Off street parking.
4 Star Visit Britain.
Please note that map locations may be approximate.
Some of the Amenities available are:Pets Accepted
Off Street Parking
More InformationVisit the accommodation owner's website.
Greenfold Holiday Cottages Website
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