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What our customers are saying about our Self Catering Holidays In Calderdale.
PollyJSunderland - verified booking
"Have thoroughly enjoyed our stay here. Fabulous views and great walks, even if a wee bit hilly...gets the old lungs working when we live at sea level. Our accommodation was fantastic, a barn which has converted into three spacious living areas, exceptionally clean, modern, and very well equipped. Jokingly we tried to think of something that wasn't provided...the only thing we could come up with was a cheese grater !! (not that we actually needed one haha, but bet Nicky after this comment will supply one, as she does seem to think of absolutely everything) Thank you so much for the most unexpected lovely friendly touches like flowers, wine, cake, milk and biscuits on arrival. Max enjoyed his welcome dog chews too. You have thought of everything ! We both loved the local bar The Robin Hood. So many friendly people. All bars, shops etc are so dog friendly it's fantastic. Hope to come again as four days was not enough !"
A FlipKey verified reviewer - verified booking
"Hove Wood View is equipped to a very high standard, with comfortable beds and a lovely view from the back, across the valley. The nearby Hinchliffe Pub serves superb food and makes all guests very welcome (within walking distance for most). Tv, telephone and broadband signals work very well. You need a car, unless you're happy to take the bus (stop is nearby). The website photograph is slightly deceptive, as there is actually no grass at the back which children could play on. As a mature couple, we were perfectly happy with the terrace, table and chairs. Heating worked well. Be advised that the road at the back front of the property is busy during the rush hours - not something we had anticipated. However, it didn't really disturb us and we slept well. We will definitely return, as Hebden Bridge is a lovely town (5 miles) as is the area of Cragg Vale. Full of history!"
Mr Hammond - verified booking
" Good walking in the area & lots to do within a 30 mile radius. It took a while to get used to the 'oily smell' from the classic car collection beneath the loft. Also the electric pump used for the spring water & drainage whilst not noisy takes some getting used to. We would have booked again to return next Year but unfortunately it is unavailable. Some of the roads in the area are very narrow & there are steep inclines so you need to be aware. Hebden Bridge is nearby & we thoroughly enjoyed visiting the Town. We visited Haworth during our stay for the 1940s weekend & thoroughly enjoyed it. Owners are very friendly & helpful but do not interfere during your stay. "
- Mr Hammond, May 2018 - verified booking
"Fantastic views all around the property. Good walking in the area & lots to do within a 30 mile radius. It took a while to get used to the 'oily smell' from the classic car collection beneath the loft. Also the electric pump used for the spring water & drainage whilst not noisy takes some getting used to. We would have booked again to return next Year but unfortunately it is unavailable. Some of the roads in the area are very narrow & there are steep inclines so you need to be aware. Hebden Bridge is nearby & we thoroughly enjoyed visiting the Town. We visited Haworth during our stay for the 1940s weekend & thoroughly enjoyed it. Owners are very friendly & helpful but do not interfere during your stay."
Ms Janessa Fox Roberts, Carrick On Shannon, - verified booking
"Broughton House was absolutely charming and a lovely conversion job has been conducted on the house. The kitchen was VERY well equipped, the best I've ever seen and there was a good selection of books, DVDs and games. The bathroom is small but that's the nature of the house, it was all very pretty. The beds were comfortable, the house warm, and overall we had a wonderful stay. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend it to friends and hope we get an opportunity to stay there again. The location is great, very close to town. The key code box meant there was ease of getting in as we arrived late at night."