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Stopped in by chance for coffee and was tempted by the breakfast and a warm greeting from Maisie, the dog. All three of us decided on a breakfast and pot of coffee. Very enjoyable. Not a large choice on the menu but just what we...More
This is a lovely place to stay just outside Holmfirth. We were made to feel very welcome and enjoyed meeting Trevor and his wife who could not do enough to help us. One not to miss. Comfy room with use of sitting room. Parking outside...More
Stayed here as a party of three males attending a model railway show. Very comfy rooms
Complete with tea and coffee making facilities,radio alarm,tv and free view tv. Rooms are very clean and warm.
Breakfast is more than enough to set you up for the...More
I stayed for three nights in mid-October 2016, so please ignore the "official date" - the Trip Adviser website stopped at Nov 2015.
The Corn Loft house is a traditional Guest House: it is not a B&B or a hotel. The interior is quaint with...More
I cannot start to describe how awful this place is it reminded me of steptoes house from the TV series unfortunately we got room 6 which we could not sleep in at all
This room is in the attic and does not have a real...More
A friend is getting married at Christ Church, Helme and I am organising accommodation for 4 ladies and a married couple. I wonder if you are able to provide two twin rooms and a double for 26th-28th August?
21 April 2016|
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Response from Penny116 | Reviewed this property |
I think you need to speak to the folks at the b&b for availability. If you are asking if it's an appropriate place to house wedding guests, then it's definitely somewhere I would be happy to choose.
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"Had the loft family room very comfortable and quaint in its own way being in the eaves"