Burnley holiday cottages for a memorable self-catering stay in Lancashire
Burnley is a market town which is found within the county of Lancashire. One of the benefits of Burnley holiday rentals is that they place you just 21 miles north of Manchester, a buzzing and vibrant city well worth visiting. Burnley is of course smaller, but there is so much to offer when you stay here in a Burnley holiday home. Surrounded by countryside, there is ample opportunity to make the most of the glorious surrounding countryside with some walks, hikes, or even cycling tours. The many lovely villages around are also an incentive to visit Burnley. The town has a long and fascinating history, with many notable historical buildings dotted around the town, all of which are aesthetically pleasing. Historically a market tow, Burnley has grown through the years to become an important industrial town. Now, tourism is also an important industry here, and when renting Burnley holiday cottages, tourists get the chance to make the most of the many attractions independently and explore the town and its fascinating history and architecture on their own schedule. Below is some advice on recommended attractions you should do any time you visit Burnley, regardless of how long you choose to stay there.
Recommended attractions for anyone renting a Burnley holiday apartment
There is plenty to see and do here and when you go self-catered, there is no rush as you create your own itinerary and do everything in your own time. Burnley once had a booming textile industry, which forms part of the town's history and shaped it into the place it is today. The best way to find out more about said history and indeed the history of the town in general is by visiting the Queen Street Mill Textile Museum. This thrilling museum gives an insight into the old process of making textiles and will make for a fascinating excursion for all ages. Townley Hall is a marvellous work of 15th century architecture matched only by the beautiful grounds which surround it. This historic edifice is a must for anyone visiting Burnley. Another notable landmark is the Singing Ringing tree. Anyone staying in Burnley holiday cottages should visit this intriguing scuplture which emits some weird and wonderful sounds when the wind picks up, which, in Burnley, it often does. Finally, another noteworthy attraction is the Keighly Bus Museum.
For your next holiday in Lancashire, stay in Morecambe. This charming seaside town has a lot to offer, and it's within easy reach of Burnley.