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  • Comfortable dog friendly farmhouse
  • Well placed for the Lake District
  • In the picturesque Lune Valley
  • Parking in front of the house
  • Large garden
  • Child friendly places to eat nearby

Low House Farm - Dog Friendly B & B In Claughton, Lancashire

John and Shirley Harvey invite you to stay on their working mixed family farm in the picturesque Lune Valley, close to Lancaster in North Lancashire. We are located 5 miles East of junction 34 of the M6 and we are also well placed for the Lake District, Yorkshire Dales, Forest of Bowland and the North West coast.

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Enjoy your breakfast looking out at the beautiful Lune Valley with the Yorkshire Dales as a backdrop.

There are usually some of our farm animals in the field directly outside the window. Depending on the time of year there may be cows or sheep with their lambs and there will always be the hens which provide us with the eggs for your breakfast. There may also be rabbits or pheasants together with the usual garden birds.

We have two bedrooms for our guests.

The FAMILY ROOM has an en-suite shower room with a double and a single bed and can easily have an extra bed or cot added should the need arise.

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The DOUBLE ROOM has adjoining private bathroom and a panoramic view of the Lune Valley.

Both rooms have tea/coffee making facilities, T.V and radio and hairdryers.

Relax in our spacious guest's lounge where there is a T.V. with an assortment of videos. A large assortment of books are there for guests to enjoy, also family box games and a variety of tourist brochures and information with maps for guests to borrow if required.

All rooms have colour T.V., clock/radio and tea/coffee making facilities.
Parking in front of house.
Toys, box games and books available.
Packed lunches by arrangement.
Large garden

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Local Interest
Guests are encouraged to take advantage of footpaths and way-marked walks along the river and around the farm. If you come in the spring you can help feed the lambs but you may be able to help collect the eggs for breakfast at any time of the year. We have a wide knowledge of local places to go and things to do so all you have to do is ask. There are a wide variety of child-friendly places to eat within a few miles.


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