Self Catering Holiday Cottages In The Ribble Valley

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Crimpton Cottages, Self Catering Holiday Cottages

Crimpton Cottages self catering holiday cottages winners of the 2016 Best New Tourism Business Award for the Ribble Valley.

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Crimpton Cottages in the heart of the Ribble Valley two Grade 11 Listed self catering cottages furnished to the highest standards with a mix of contemporary and farm house with everything to make your holiday or break perfect we hope.

House Rules - All our cottages are non smoking areas, however you can smoke in the external areas - We do not allow pets to stay in our cottages.

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Mobile Phone Connections - The reception is very poor due to our location -WiFi Satellite Connection in Owl & Kestrel however  very intermittent.

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Contact Crimpton Cottages on: 01200 448100

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Historical Sites To Visit

It's free to climb onto the castle walls and to the top of the castle keep in Clitheroe where you can enjoy spectacular views across the town and the whole Ribble Valley. Children can get their hands on history in the interactive galleries and exhibitions at the award winning Clitheroe Castle Museum, where there's an annual programme of themed activities for all ages. Using screens and computer technology, with buttons to press and sound booths to climb into, you'll be taken on a journey through 350 million years of history, heritage and geology of the local area. It's also here that you can find out about the facts, fables and folklore of the Pendle Witches who were involved in the most famous witchcraft trials in English History.

History purists who like heritage without technological enhancements will enjoy the peaceful tranquil grounds of Whalley Abbey. The atmospheric ruins of this large Cistercian monastery are open daily with tours of the ruins also available with a costumed guide in a monk's habit.

Sawley Abbey, set on the banks of the River Ribble, is another historic site where you can wander among the remains of a Cistercian abbey founded in 1148.