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I can't rave any more about this place. We stayed for 2 nights in mid November. It was foggy and cold but the warm welcome we got from Philip and Vivienne made us feel like we were in a 5 star resort! Every guest is...More
Thank you to Vivienne and Philip for a wonderfully warm welcome and for embracing us into village life! We had a lovely evening in the local pub with some fabulous characters, and woke up after a deliciously comfortable sleep to an amazing view of frosted...More
beautiful luxury B&B in the Hope valley.wonderful scenery and local walks, good pub the Cheshire cheese nearby too.
Our hosts were so welcoming with tea and cake, both on arrival and on return from a day out walking.
Our Room was just perfect , lovely...More
This is the best B & B we have stayed in. This was our first time here - 2 nights. Excellent and we could not find any fault. We will be returning. I only wish all B & Bs were up to this standard. Wonderful...More
We did not plan wisely. Underleigh House deserves nore than a one-night stay. The location is beautiful, the breakfasts are superior, especially with the treat of homemade jams, and our room had the most comfortable bed we slept in during our three-week trip. Philip and...More
Response from Vivienne T | Property representative |
Underleigh House is about 2 miles from Hope station (and about 1 mile from Hope village centre). We are quite happy to collect guests from the station if they advise us of their train arrival time. (We will also return gusts... More
Underleigh House is about 2 miles from Hope station (and about 1 mile from Hope village centre). We are quite happy to collect guests from the station if they advise us of their train arrival time. (We will also return gusts to the station on their final day.)
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"We stayed in Aston which was very quiet and extremely comfortable."