Crammond Cottages, Luxury Lodges in the heart of Lancashire and bordering the Trough of Bowland National Park, an area of outstanding natural beauty and a stone’s throw from Beacon Fell Country Park. Peace, tranquillity, and an oasis for all those who love enjoying the natural beauty of the countryside.
Our three, spacious, Luxury Lodges, all with scenic views of our lakes and woodland, are also a short distance from the historic market towns of Garstang and Longridge where you will find a great selection of shops, cafes and country pubs. Each Luxury Lodge has two twin/double bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms, open plan living area with kitchen and private decking so you can enjoy your al fresco meal or the magnificent views of our lakes and woodland or the local fells.
Situated within Woodfold Fisheries, our visitors have access to over 10 acres of private lakes and woodland. Perfect if you like to fish in our lakes or are keen birdwatchers or nature enthusiasts. There are also ample local footpaths, bridleways, hills and fells and quiet country lanes for those that enjoy walking, rambling, mountain biking and cycling.
Travelling from Preston or South:
Exit M6 at Junction 32 follow northbound Garstang signs on the A6. Turn Right at Bilsborrow, signpost Longridge (Turning is next to The Roebuck Pub). Continue for approx 4 miles till the village of Inglewhite. At the crossroads on the Village Green, turn left onto Button Street. Continue to the end turning right into Bleasdale Road. After 200m turn right into Crombleholme Fold. Finally, travel approx 1 mile turning right signposted Woodfold Farm Fisheries on gate (just after passing through small hamlet).
Travelling from Lancaster or North:
Leave M6 at Junction 33 following signs for Garstang/Preston, continue south on the A6 following signs for Preston. In approx 10 miles you will reach Brock/Bilsborrow. On seeing Landrover Garage on your left, take the 2nd Left in front of the Roebuck Pub, Bilsborrow. Then follow the directions above for the remainder of the journey.