|Patty's Farm Barn|
Quality self catering cottages on the rural outskirts of Lancaster
Four Star Quality accommodation
Pubs & Eating Out
2013 Wyre Stars In Tourism Awards
Winner Visitor Facilities Category
If you are looking for Four Star Quality accommodation just south of Lancaster England look no further than Patty's Barn. Patty's Barn is a collection of restored self catering accommodation apartments finished to the highest standards and located off Junction 33 of the M6 Motorway just south of the historic city of Lancaster and convenient for Lancaster University.
Patty's Barn self catering apartments in Lancaster have achieved the highly coveted Four Star Rosette for self catering accommodation from Visit England. You are assured a relaxing break with all the comforts of home including fully equipped kitchens, colour T.V, Wi-fi, dvd, dishwasher and B.B.Q. Your hosts, Chris & Margaret Parry and family, are also on hand to make your stay as comfortable and relaxing as possible.
Patty's Barn offers a fantastic range of welcoming family-run 4* self catering holiday cottages near Cockerham, on the outskirts of Lancaster. All our cottages have been rated as 4 star by Visit Britain and are finished to the sort of standard only usually seen in City centre loft conversions. A real 4* home from home.
Situated just 3 miles from junction 33 of the M6 motorway, and ideally situated for visiting Lancaster University, and the beautiful historic City of Lancaster, our stunning cottages will enable you to relax completely, or enjoy local activities. All units offer 4* Quality accomodation combined with picturesque views of Morecambe Bay and rural Lancashire. If you are a fisherman, a bird-watcher, a cyclist, a walker, a sky-diver, a golfer or just want to chill out, then this is the place to stay.
You will find details about each cottage, and the types of activities you can take part in when you come to visit.
4 Star Luxury and a traditional Lancashire welcome.
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