Awarded the best kept village in Lancashire in 2011 and 2013, Blacko is a beautiful place to enjoy a self-catering break. The village is situated close to the border of Lancashire and the West Riding of Yorkshire and is situated on an old turnpike road. Blacko looks towards Pendle Hill and is itself overlooked by the Stansfield Tower, locally known as Blacko Tower, with beautiful views towards Boulsworth Hills. The village has a strong sense of community and offers a real home from home atmosphere. The village boasts a hairdressers and the parish has 3 local pubs which serve food and wonderful real ales. The local beauty spot, the Watermeetings, is ideal for lazy picnics in the sunshine. Parts of the parish to the west are included in the Forest of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, making Blacko the ideal base for a walking holiday or to simply explore this stunning part of Lancashire while the Pendle Way passes through the parish. There are great transport links to the village, a regular bus runs from Mondays to Saturdays from Nelson and Clitheroe, stopping at surrounding villages, and a summer Sunday service takes you around Pendleside to Burnley. Our Blacko holiday cottages offer a peaceful escape for your Lancashire holiday, browse our collection below.