Stump Hall Road Higham BB12 9BU
01282 772 009
Height Top Farm Holiday Cottages are set in beautiful open countryside close to Pendle Hill in Lancashire and in the Forest of Bowland AONB. Steeped in centuries old heritage and legendary folklore this area offers many attractions to suit your interests.The original farmhouse has been sympathetically restored and divided into two individual cottages. If you love walking we are the ideal place to stay with many local walks including a door-to-door figure of 8 walk that will show you the best of Sabden Valley.
As a Bowland Experience member we have our owm tramper for guests to use if they so wish. Guests who complete our short questionnaire may take home with them a bird box made here from waste and left over wood. Together with another accommodation provider we have devised several options for walks from the door.
'Here at Height Top Farm, we are committed to providing a good quality service whilst minimising the environmental impact or our activities. A symbol of this commitment is our membership of the Green Tourism Business Scheme and our Gold Award. By encouraging sustainable practices the scheme ensures the continued enjoyment of the environment around us for future generations.'
Visitor experiences – all the extra touches!
Wildlife watching - opportunities onsite for excellent wildlife watching
Conservation – manage our land to conserve habitats and attract wildlife
Walking - excellent opportunities from our door, including maps and walking routes
Cycling - excellent opportunities from our door including bike storage facilities
Local produce – we use or promote local and fair trade products or provide homemade/home grown products
Carbon conscious – we are committed to reducing our carbon footprint through thorough energy, water and waste reduction measures
Green products – environmentally friendly cleaning products
What's green about ....
We feel Height Top Farm is an excellent example of a small tourist business which is committed to improving it's environmental foot‐print. Some of the main steps we have taken to reduce our impact have been to make sure existing hedgerows are managed to encourage nesting birds, small animals and wild flowers, encouraging sustainable activities by providing information on walking and cycling in Pendle and the Forest of Bowland. When produce is available guests are free to make use of the fruit and vegetables grown in our garden and also promoting use of local produce and supplies.
Visit Britain 4 star