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Located in Todmorden, The Queens Hotel has a garden and free WiFi throughout the property. At the hotel, rooms contain a desk, a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom. Very welcoming on arrive and the breakfast was one of the best i have ever had top marks to the chef from the guy who checked us in the the young lady who served breakfast could not fault it .
Located in Todmorden in the West Yorkshire region, Greave farmhouse 3-Bed Cottage in Todmorden features a garden. We loved the character of the farmhouse and its little quirky features. We had a very comfortable stay and we loved it's position at the foot of Stoodley Pike. A great base to explore the area and spend time with the family.
Nobel Nook is located in Todmorden. The property features garden views and is 15 miles from Bradford. This apartment features 2 bedrooms, a flat-screen TV, and a kitchen with a microwave and a fridge.... Lovely welcoming touches left for us by the host. Also a great amount of toileteries there which was very handy since we were travelling light.
Located in Todmorden in the West Yorkshire region, Lane House Farm has a patio and garden views. The property is 13 miles from Bradford and free private parking is offered. The location was stunning. It was up a steep bank but the views were worth it. The barn was beautiful and had everything we needed. Excellent hosts who went above and beyond
Located in Todmorden in the West Yorkshire region, Ewood Cottage *NEW* Exquisite Country Cottage has a terrace. We had a lovely stay in this well kept cottage in a beautiful location . There was everything you would need - even a dish washer! Very comfy king size bed. Thank you for the wine and chocolate you left out for us. Love the beautiful garden and the attention to detail. Sorry We did not see you when we left but we had to set off early. Would love to visit again. Thank you Rachel and Simon
I used to live in Todmorden.A big change has taken place, many restaurants and Bistros. Food from Europe and Asia. Very pleasant Canal walk. A negative the Local Authority have it seems abandoned what was a great park. Now rather decrepit and uncared for.
There is some truly beautiful scenery in this part of Calderdale. The area should be especially attractive for those who enjoy hill-walking. Todmorden has an interesting industrial past and the local people seem very friendly and down-to-earth. A good place to seek sanctuary and respite from the stresses and strains of metropolitan life.
Todmorden is a very small town but its a good place to set off from it has good starting points for walkers the carnal towpath can take you right down to Hebden bridge this is a long walk but on a cool day is a good one to do but watch out for the Canadian geese but that said if you can find a nice quiet place to stay then Todmorden is the place for walkers.
lovely friendly market town, my dad came from here, so went every year to visit family when young, have always had a fondness for it, beautiful scenery, parks, lovely walks, some great places to eat, and some easily accesible other towns, by car or train (we used train, quicker and very inexpensive to travel) to go to Hebden Bridge ect, friendly
Ideal base for walking, cycling ,good bus service no need to use car unless you want to. various eating places to suit all pockets and choice. we ate at the Vedas restaurant Friday evening, Wetherspoons for breakfasts The Golden Lion on Saturday evening and Sunday lunch at the Wagon and Horses Walsden. (fantastic value). Road works on Todmorden Hebdon Bridge road causedtraffic gridlock most times of day, but thats life.
A beautiful little town which seems very keen to promote community living. The canal walk is lovely with beds of vegetables and herbs for people to enjoy and share. Would have liked to spend longer in this quaint town. May return in happier circumstances.
The cottage was so wonderful, we have already made a second booking. Our purpose was to visit family, and take advantage of all the walks, coffee shops and restaurants available between Todmorden and Hebden Bridge. The cottage itself could not be more comfortable and welcoming. Everything was spotlessly clean and very new, the beds comfortable, shower hot and powerful. The view across the valley to Stoodley Pike was quite amazing.
A compact and comfortable apartment with all the facilities we needed for a four-night stay. Andy and Leila were available when we needed them, and we had a great time. Glenroyd House is close to the centre of Todmorden, but off main traffic routes, and the area is peaceful, with open country above the house. Would I go back? Definitely.
Perfect location opposite the station, friendly staff, comfortable bed, very clean room and a great selection at the continental breakfast. Todmorden itself was also excellent with a great number and variety of pubs and places to eat. An ideal location for rambling in the Pennines too.
Within easy access of great walks and Todmorden and Hebden Bridge