This Lancastrian village, just 10 minutes from Burnley, enjoys a quaint location full of small stone built cottages. The village is close to Pendle Hill and part of the Forest of Bowland, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, a perfect place for a self-catering holiday cottage. The village is close to Pendle Hill and has fascinating links to the Pendle Witch Trials. Hoarstones, in the village, was believed to be the site of the 1633 witch trials and in 1633 local resident Edmund Robinson claimed to see 40 witches engaged in rituals. 19 witches were later identified and sent to trial. The village has a small gallery and shop, three churches and a school, in addition to a post office and a village store. For all the amenities you could require, the towns of Nelson and Burnley are only a short distance away by car.