Middle Holly Cottage

Historic Bed and Breakfast in Forton, Lancashire

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Middle Holly

Middle Holly Cottage, Forton

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Accommodation Description:

Old Coaching Inn built in 1820, has been tastefully refurbished to provide a high standard of accommodation with a warm friendly atmosphere. Contemporary ensuite rooms with digital LCD TV, complimentory Wi Fi connection,hospitality tray.Large safe car park at the rear and landscaped garden at the front of the property. The property is situated less that 3 miles from junction 33 on the M6.

Ideal for Lancaster (university 5 miles), Heysham, the Lake District and the Forrest of Bowland. This makes it a convenient stopover if traveling to/from the south to Scotland. Several good pubs and restaurants nearby

 4 star rating

From: £40.00

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