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Wycoller Village & Country Park, Colne

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  • Nice place to visit. Lovely old ruins and the information center in the barn next-door tells you a fair bit about the place. Loads of old cottages and such and one that does a smashing cuppa and cake....  more »
  • Very pretty village, previously deserted, now some houses renovated. But of great interest is the ruins of the hall and the medieval stone bridges. Worth a visit  more »
  • Went to the county park for the first time as saw it on the internet so we went only to find when came back that our back window had been smashed and 6 other cars had there back window smashed as well...  more »
  • A wonderful place full of memories for us as we used to visit here every May bank holiday in the late 90s/early 2000s when we were kids. Came back here in 2016 for a walk with our dad as an early birthday day out. Seems that it is mostly shut up on Mondays and Tuesdays so visit later in the week. I saw a woodpecker from the visitors barn which was great. I think it could do with more investment to help preserve the area better. Well worth a visit for lovely walks, to visit the ruins of the old buildings and see the old village -it's very atmospheric!
  • What a lovely place to visit. We went on a beautiful sunny day which was a perfect day to walk the short walk to the village. We also walked the route around the cafe. Our dog Henry loved playing in the water. Our daughter enjoyed reading all the informative notices which illustrated the various types of flowers, pond life etc.. The cafe is reasonable, and the staff are very friendly. Its def worth a visit and we will almost certainly be returning again.
  • Lovely little village with a lot of history there's also the Atom panopticon which has a fantastic view.
  • Remote and beautiful but just on the doorstep. Connections to the Bronzes and Jane Eyre. The Bronte Way and the Pennine Way pass through this point.
  • Only small but such a tranquil village. Ruins of a former hall. A fantastic example of a packhorse bridge. About a half mile walk from car park but worth it. Small area to park in village advisable for disabled access only.