walout3Situated just 10 miles from the bright lights of Blackpool and an hour from the Lake District, Brickhouse Farm rests in six rural acres in Lancashire and provides a fun-filled break for families and friends. Each of their purpose-built, accessible cottages overlook the fully stocked Brickhouse fishing lake and are finished to the highest standards. Alongside stunning British-made oak furnishings you will find incredible wet rooms, under floor heating and modern amenities; access is key. Seven of the eight cottages are kitted out with ceiling track hoists and five now have hoists above the outdoor hot tubs. Their home from home cottages all have that touch of luxury and disability aids are provided on request.

Since opening three years ago, Brickhouse Farm self catering cottages have gone from strength to strength, with three brand new accessible cottages just opened in March 2016, each with its own balcony overlooking the fishing lake, profile beds and accessible hot tubs. These new properties are a great addition to an already thriving holiday destination. In September they were also granted planning permission for a Hydrotherapy Pool to benefit their amazing visitors.

Brickhouse Farm Cottages are offering one lucky PosAbility reader the chance to win a seven-night break at the self-catering accommodation for up to six people. The cottage has level access throughout the ground floor including patio and fishing jetty. All bedrooms have stunning en suites and the accessible bedroom downstairs has an adjustable electric bed and ceiling track hoist leading through into a contemporary, spacious wet room.

Ian and Sue Rainford are the owners of these beautifully appointed cottages and they have truly gone the extra mile to ensure that all visitors experience a luxurious and relaxing stay, no matter what their abilities are.

Brickhouse Farm Holiday Cottages

www.brickhousecottages.co.uk

T: 01253 702122    E: info@brickhousecottages.co.uk

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