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Located in the heart of the historical Pendle district, 35 miles from Leeds, The Old Stone Trough Lodge & Inn is a pet-friendly accommodations surrounded by the countryside. We stayed here almost a week while visiting family and were very pleasantly surprised at the overall quality/price ratio of this hotel. The staff were all very friendly, and made our stay very comfortable. We stayed in a wonderfully quiet room in a building separate from the main building. Our room was very nicely decorated in a french country style and was a good size, and looked out onto the Yorkshire countryside. Bathroom was also a decent size. Each evening, we enjoyed a night cap in front of the fire in the bar area. Very pleasant moment in each day. My husband loved the full english breakfast, or variations of, each morning.
Located in Barnoldswick, Dales View House provides self-catering accommodations with a terrace and free WiFi. The property features mountain views and is 29 miles from Preston. We had a great stay, loved the fire in the living room, heating was good and good powerful hot shower. Well equipped kitchen. Lovely village with great restaurants and bars within walking distance from the house. Surrounded by great Dales walks.
Pickles Cottage is located in Barnoldswick. The property is 29 miles from Preston. The property was immaculate, modern, stylish and had everything we wanted. Very pleased that there was an Alexa and equally pleased with a teapot and cosy…I love tea!! A short walk from Pickles Cottage was Mario’s Italian Restaurant, which we loved, reasonably priced and serving excellent food. It also has the added bonus of the theatrical owner Mario, an experience not to be missed! What was also a real plus about the property was the central location of Barnoldswick to areas of interest, we had days out to Sedbergh, Hawes, Kirby Lonsdale, Grassington, Skipton and to Settle and went on the famous railway to Appleby. We had a fabulous break and would like to thank Tom and his partner for the prompt responses and comprehensive information sheet.
The Wild Daisy is located in Barnoldswick. The property has garden views and is 20 miles from Bradford. Location was great. The Wild Daisy was very lovely fantastic all round. Host most kind and helpful. Could not fault it. Lovely bread, eggs butter milk tea coffee and sugar left out. Beds so comfortable. Would stay again if in this lovely area
Located in Barnoldswick, 20 miles from Bradford, Alma cliffe has a shared lounge and free WiFi. The family stay offers a buffet or Full English/Irish breakfast. What is there to say, everything possible has been done to make your stay exceptional. The dining room /lounge area is comfortable and you have no need to worry about breakfast everything you could want is there waiting for you, unfortunately didn't get chance to sample the home cooked breakfast. The room was luxurious and had toiletries provided.
Nice hotel & location good for touring around,just very dissapointed they have removed the English Breakfast as we have stayed several times & the breakfast was lovely,can't say the same about the continental & would like to see them get the showers renewed
Not enough time to appreciate the town and area. Would love to come again. Ate at the McCulloughs Tapas very good, service great and atmosphere lively and fun. We found the town friendly and welcoming.
This is a place to discover for the serious tourist. It is a kind of working-class paradise where none of the swank pretentions of recent centuries have managed to spoil the simple enjoyments of ordinary folk. The town is as friendly as its people, and long may it remain so.
We only stayed one night on our way to Lake District. Staff couldn't have been more friendly or helpful. Wished we had stayed two nights as would have explored more of area. Breakfast & evening meal was great as was service from all staff.
Great position in a beautiful part of Lancashire. It's a fair sized ex industrial town so whilst not picturesque it has all the amenities. It's quick to reach the countryside all around and close to the likes of southern edge of The Yorkshire Dales or Pendle.
covid made things very different, food is always great at victoria's especially breakfast, but on this visit only serving sandwiches. the town was very quite where is usually very lively and always something going on in village square.
Communication with Tom was helpful and prompt. We were able to park outside, and it is a very well equipped and decorated little cottage. A nice touch was the welcoming bottle of wine and everything to make tea and coffee. The Wi-Fi was great (handy as I was working from home some days) and we loved the wood burning stove in the evenings. Barnoldswick is a lovely town, with so many independent shops, cafes and pubs, and it is surrounded by magnificent countryside. Highly recommended.
The views are stunning and the hut is fitted out beautifully. You have everything you need for a comfortable stay. There are cooking facilities both inside the hut and outside in the covered seating area. Alison and John are both lovely and will leave you to enjoy the hut once you have checked in. There is an Aldi in Barnoldswick, 1.5 miles away down hill. Perfectly located for exploring Pendle Hill for the witch trail and other surrounding villages.
for us the location was not so good as my husband is a poor walker so a bit to far from centre.ideal for a large family enough beds for 8 people.barnoldswick a lovely place.
Hotel was great. Rooms were clean and staff were friendly. I didn't have the breakfast but it looked great.