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- Riggeruk, July 2015 - verified booking
"Pinfold is the ex-village Post Office, which has been cunningly converted into a holiday cottage. It has a private garden which is (almost) dog proof, though there are a few gaps where a small dog could get through. Garden furniture provided. Pinfold is set in a very rural and attractive village (Tosside), with a pub opposite which has very irregular hours and reputedly is up for sale. There is the Old Vicarage, a cafe, come restaurant, which I can't vouch for. There's plenty of pubs serving food within 20 minutes drive. The road can be occasionally noisy with farm vehicles, but this is the countryside! Enter the cottage straight into the kitchen, with the modern shower room and toilet off. There's a small, two ring cooker with oven, toaster and all usual implements, including microwave. No dishwasher, but are you doing a lot of cooking on holiday? Down three steps into the lounge/diner, two sofas, TV, dining table, a wood burning stove (not needed in July!). The stairs off lead upstairs to two double bedrooms. Now, the beds are rather unusual and not suitable for elderly, or infirm, as they are high, quite high and you use a step stool to climb up. No problem for me and my partner, but bear in mind. No wardrobes, but plenty of coat-hooks. Plenty of electrical sockets throughout the property, Apart from the garden, there is one, roped off, space for a car. If you need to bring a second car, speak to the owner. Wi-fi is included. There's plenty of walking to be had in Bowland Forest, Gisburn Forest is just half a miles walk from the cottage. Settle is only about 9 miles, Clitheroe about the same. Lancaster, Morecambe, not far either. Try hiking up Pen-y-ghent! The owners live next door, but leave you to your own devices."
rubyvizla - verified booking
"We really enjoyed our stay in this quirky little cottage. It is a real home from home and both clean and equipped with most things you need. Perfect for quick Mountain Bike access to Gisburn Forest Hub trails which start just accross the road. Thoughtfuly the owners have placed a bike shelter large enough for 2 bikes to the rear. The cottage came with starter logs & kindling plus some basics like tea bags and sugar. The pub across the road is closed a one reviewer points out but the Crowtrees Inn is just a 15 min walk away with really great food, ales, wines and real fires, we were made to feel very welcome. (Please see seperate review). Inside the cottage there is lots of useful tourist info. and the location is ideal for visitors to the area beacuse there is lots to see and do. The town of Settle is a 15 minute drive away where there are lots of quirky shops pubs and amenities. Of note is the Booths supermarket which we found excellent for quality breads & produce. There is no dedicated parking but we just parked over the road by the forest tracks so it wasn't an issue. Would highly recommend a stay here."
- Mrs Adams, October 2016 - verified booking
"This property was excellent to bring dogs as there was a combination of wood/slate floors down stairs. It was very clean (except the tootbrush holder!) on arrival and the towels were amazingly soft - lovely. We really enjoyed the cottage - it was just what we needed - the sofa and beds were comfortable and it provided us with a base to explore both the Forest of Bowland and the Yorkshire Dales. Excellent walks from the door. It was disappointing that the pub opposite is no longer a public house, especially as it appears so in the photo. We made comment in the cottage visitors book - what items would improve the cottage - pepper grinder; hairdryer; additional chopping board; possible casserole dish; Also - "newspaper" (this is personal preference!) to light fire, and enough firelighter (only 4 provided for a 7 night stay). Local information in the holiday cottage folder could have been more substantial - ie a list of the pubs nearby and their opening hours; the nearest shop and opening hours; butchers/bakers etc. A sweet little cottage to enjoy and explore the surrounding countryside."
Rachel - verified booking
"I recently stayed at Narrowgates cottage over the bank holiday weekend with friends and their children. The cottage is absolutely stunning inside and out. It was clear the owners have put a lot of thought and effort into the cottage and everything you would need was provided (condiments, board games, etc). The personal gifts that were provided for the two children (pepper pig lunch box and an infant toy) with personalised messages to them was just so lovely and a nice surprise. The adults very much enjoyed the wine and local food (bacon and sausages) as well! I have recommended the cottage to everyone! I will most definitely be returning again in the future. The phone signal was not great however the owners were very accommodating and helpful in sorting the WIFI for our stay. We could not ask for more. Great stay for families and friends."
Ms Judith Yielder, Stockton-on-Tees, - verified booking
"We really enjoyed our stay at Belle Hill cottage. We are keen walkers and the location is ideal for us; on several days we walked from the door and on others used the train to get to and from the start and finish of walks. The railway station, shops, pubs, cafes & other facilities were all within walking distance. An added bonus was that the Tour de Yorkshire cycle race came right past the cottage so we got a great view of it. The weather during our stay was very changeable, varying from snow showers and low temperatures to warm and sunny, so we were glad that the cottage was warm and cosy on the bad days. Overall it had everything we needed for a comfortable stay and the owners, who live nearby, were very helpful and friendly. We hope to make a return visit next year. "