Thursday, 23 July 2015 Lower Clougha Cottage Quernmore, Lancaster, Lancashire
Lower Clougha Cottage is situated in the beautiful Quernmore valley, on the old Roman road from Lancaster to the Trough of Bowland in Lancashire. 
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Lower Clougha Cottage, Quernmore, Lancaster, Lancashire (Sleeps 5)
The holiday cottage is an Area of Natural Outstanding Beauty and is a wonderful retreat for 5 people who are looking for a relaxing break away. 
All of the bedrooms are upstairs and have Velux windows with integral blinds, continental 13.5 tog duvet, non allergenic quilt and 3 pillows per single bed & 6 in the master bedroom. 
Bedroom 1 is at the rear of the house with 2 single beds, ample built in wardrobes, a small table with lamp and a small mirror with shelves. 
Bedroom 2 has a single bed, bedside table with lamp, ample built in wardrobe with drawers and dressing table with chair and a mirror. 
Bedroom 3 is the master bedroom at the rear of the house with a double bed, dressing table with chair and a mirror, glass fronted built in wardrobes with ample storage, bedside shelves with touch lighting and a clock radio. 
The holiday cottages are located in Quernmore Valley, only 3 miles East of the historic city of Lancaster. The location is ideal for adventures to the Lake District National Park, Yorkshire Dales National Park or to the major cities of the North including Preston, Liverpool and Manchester. 
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