Luxury Lodges in the Ribble Valley, Lancashire.
Our small and spacious development of 12 luxury wood lodges boasts stunning views across the Ribble Valley and Forest of Bowland and has been thoughtfully designed so that the manmade elements on the site blend into the natural landscape. The landscaped park features an array of young and more mature trees and tastefully arranged flower borders that are pleasing on the eye.
Each of the 12 Canadian Cedar wood lodges are positioned on generous plots with larger distances than most of approximately 12 metres between each lodge with views of the surrounding countryside. As well as providing an authentic and stylish finish, Cedar’s natural resistance to moisture and decay make it the perfect cladding material for wood lodges. Each lodge comes with its own large decking area finished with minimalist glass panels around the perimeter, two car parking spaces and an interior that can be tailored to meet your individual needs, tastes and budget.
Large 45 x 22ft lodge footprint - Lodges typically fit two double bedrooms (one en-suite + walk-in wardrobe), open plan kitchen, dining and living space, bathroom and utility room but can be configured to suit individual requirements.
Kitchens come with integrated appliances from a range of manufacturers to suit different tastes and budgets. Choose from a range of superb fixtures and fittings to finish your lodge off in style.
We haven’t pinched the inches when it comes to the bedrooms.
A master bedroom with plenty of space to fit a double bed, complete ensuite bathroom and luxurious walk-in wardrobe.
Premium bathroom suites - Bathrooms feature modern sink, toilet, towel rail and mirror with a choice of large shower or baths, depending on your preference.
From solid wood doors with premium door furniture designed to last to polished quality stainless steel fixtures and fittings serving the kitchen and bathroom, every last detail has been considered.
Paythorne is a quiet hamlet, a stones-throw from the cobbled streets of historic Gisburn on the A59 in Lancashire. Spend your days enjoying the fresh air while walking in the hills, mountain biking on local trails or taking in the sights and sounds in the ancient market towns of Clitheroe and Skipton.