Plantation Cottage

Historic Bed and Breakfast in Sandside, Lancashire

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Plantation Cottage

Plantation Cottage, Sandside

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Accommodation Description:

A Picturesque, 18th c. oak beamed cottage situated on the Kent estuary in the Arnside and Silverdale area of outstanding natural beauty close to Leighton Moss nature reserve. Ideal for cycling and walking.

Within easy reach of Lake District and Yorkshire Dales.Two double bedded en-suite rooms with flat screen TV and beverage facilities. Illuminated off-road residents car park. Open all year round.

 4 star rating

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