Dale House Barn, Dalehead Farm, Dalehead, Slaidburn, Nr. Clitheroe, Lancashire, BB7 4TS.

01200 411095 Mobile 07714 092 089

Covid 19

To offer reassurance to our guests when we are allowed to reopen, we will be implementing many changes to ensure your safety and comfort.

Full details are available on our Covid 19 page.

Dark Skies


The Forest of Bowland is a stargazer's paradise - one of England's darkest areas making it a great destination both by day and night.

Click here to visit our Bowland Stargazing Page for more information.


At Dale house we have 2 beautiful and comfortable doubles and one single room. All the rooms have a tv, wifi, hair dryers and a complimentary tea and coffee tray with a selection of teas and real coffee, fresh milk and  homemade biscuits. 

The beds have great mattresses and either linen or Egyptian cotton sheets. 

The Forest room - (Kingsize room) £110 per night (minimum 2 nights) 

This spacious, en suite, king bedroom is furnished with an antique pear wood bedroom suite and offers all the comforts and individuality you would expect from a 400 year old farm house. The bedroom has a lovely window seat with views over the meadow and Gisburn forest. The room Is £105 per night for 2 people and includes our delicious Dale house breakfast.

The Reservoir room -  £110 double or twin occupancy £115 with extra bed for a child

The largest en suite bedroom. It can be made up as a superking or twin beds. Furnished in a contemporary country style. Enjoy the views from the armchair or window seat over the forest and down to Stocks reservoir. I can put an additional single bed in this room if you require space for a child.

The Barn Owl room - £75 (Single) or £90 (Double)

This room has views up the meadows where a barn owl is often seen flying in the early mornings or at dusk. The room is not en suite but has a private bathroom just along the landing with a slipper bath tub and separate shower. The room has a double bed.

Dogs at Dale house

We welcome up to 1 well behaved dog in the barn and 1 in the farm house.  We require that dogs are kept on leads and under full control at all times as there are free range chickens and there is often livestock in the fields surrounding the house.

Dogs staying in the house should bring their own towel, food bowls and bed. They will need to be clean and dry before going in any of the bed rooms and should not be left unsupervised.