Pros: Friendly helpful staff. Outside eating are was lovely. Comfy beds and delicious food. Well done Barley Mow
Pros: Great staff and made very welcome
Cons: Window in room didn't close
Pros: Found a gem , after long drive from Edinburgh, I was meeting people in burnley, very pleased I stopped here , staff great food great rooms great .
Pros: food excellent and staff friendly
Cons: TV in room didn't work and staff unable to sort out. No Wifi reception possible in bedroom. View from front window directly overlooked a Land Rover garage. It was noisy until very late with ...
Pros: Food in the restaurant excellent
Cons: WI Fi was a little hit and miss. No mobile signal, and the TV managed one channel ITV2.
Pros: Friendly Staff, Comfortable rooms, Great bar area, friendly locals, great conversation with other guests , met lots of interesting people and the most amazing array of dogs from the large to the small...
Cons: Nothing, loved it just the way it was
Pros: The staff were fabulous....
Pros: The staff was very friendly
Cons: Everything was great
Pros: Great food in the pub
Cons: Phone and wifi signal poor. Mainly due to location in the hills.
Pros: The owner and staff were very attentive and efficient. An unexpected location and all the more stunning for it.
Cons: Slight stale smell of the drains.
When visiting Burnley, The Barley Mow is a great choice to consider. Guests looking for a bite to eat can check out The Barley Mow, which serves British cuisine.
Pros: Authenticity and attention to detail in rooms.
Cons: WiFi connectivity!!!
Pros: Very friendly and welcoming
Pros: Stay here quite often, that should tell you everything you need to know.
Pros: Quirky themes throughout
Pros: Ambience, layout, comfort and homeliness of the property was great
Cons: Our room was small however will ask for room with a view next time
Pros: The hotel staff were all so friendly and helpful,it had lots of charm,lots of old pics and ornaments to look at,it was very quaint.
Pros: Staff were friendly and welcoming. Lovely snooker table in the cellar. Josh sorted out our confusing billing really well!
Cons: A bit to much salt in some of the food in the restaurant.
Pros: This is a Beautiful hotel. The bedroom was so lovely And cosy with a very comfortable four poster bed , friendly helpful polite staff , delicious cooked breakfast. Definately be staying at this hotel ...
Pros: Food is at Michelin star quality, best meals we've had in a while
Cons: The building is old which is to be expected but dust in the rooms could be eliminated
Pros: To be honest it served the freshest breakfast I have ever had and I have travelled a lot over the years. Not very extensive in choice but if you like English breakfast it could not have been better.
Situated in Burnley, this hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of The Weavers' Triangle, Towneley Hall, and Turf Moor. The Woodland Spa and The Singing Ringing Tree are also within 3 mi (5 km).
Pros: Very clean.. the staff were welcoming and friendly. Food was good . We will return
Pros: Excellent room with lovely view and the bed was very comfortable. After reading previous reviews we were looking forward to the breakfast.
Cons: Unfortunately the breakfast was a big letdown. We arrived to the restaurant that had over half the tables occupied and the rest hadn't been cleared.There was no greeting from the young waitress ...
Pros: Staff very pleasant
Cons: Coffee was almost tasteless at breakfast and the milk could have been a lot fresher (tasted a bit off).
Pros: Day parking and check in, good breakfast
Cons: On the 2nd morning, we were ignored by staff at breakfast. No fry up for us. Wasn't in the mood for food, due to heavy drinking the night before, but would be been nice to have been asked. Service...
Pros: The location was beautiful & parking was very close & easy to book in by the entrance.
Cons: The rooms were quite dated & could do with updating. The breakfast wasn't very good with a long wait & it was swimming in water. disappointing.
Cons: NO WIFI IN ROOM, LOUNGE, BREAFAST AREA ATE FIRST 2 NIGHTS IN HOTEL, 3RD NIGHT 5PM I WAS REFUSED THE 5PM MENU EVEN THOUGH I STARTED TO ORDER MY DRINK BEFORE 5PM - MEAN!!!! SLOW BREAKFAST ...
Cons: Cleanliness of the room shower was damp and it was poor furniture . There was a biscuit under the bed God knows how long how it was there needs upgrading too
Pros: Very comfortable stay and staff were extremely friendly and helpful, especially Leah who served our evening meal and was back early morning to serve breakfast and she was till friendly and smiling.
Cons: The bathroom was lovely but bath was difficult to get in and out as shower door in way and bath was small.
Pros: Friendly staff
Cons: More like a motel , ladies of the night looking for a room late in the evening
Pros: It was OK
Cons: Poor internet web site stated that the WiFi was available in all areas his is not the case .
Located in Barnoldswick (Kelbrook), Old Stone Trough is close to Yorkshire Dales Mining Museum and Thornton Hall Farm Country Park. This inn is within close proximity of The Muni Theater and Raygill Lakes.
Stay in one of 35 guestrooms featuring flat-screen televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and digital programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with shower/tub combinations feature complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include desks and coffee/tea makers, and housekeeping is provided daily.
Take in the views from a terrace and a garden and make use of amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access.
Grab a bite to eat at the inn's restaurant, which features a bar, or stay in and take advantage of room service (during limited hours). Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge. A complimentary full breakfast is served daily.
Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include a 24-hour front desk and luggage storage. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: The bed was so comfy and the shower was amazing
Cons: The croissants were finished before we got there
Pros: Cooked breakfast was hot with good quality ingredients but with limited choice
Cons: Stained carpet & upholstery
Pros: Friendly staff, nice comfortable room.
Cons: I think the signage to the hotel should be clearer for car drivers.
Cons: Nit picking. Breakfast plates cold.
Pros: Your staff were fantastic dealing with 15 family members across 5 rooms. You made it easy for us as we brought our father home to Lancashire for the last time. Thank you
Pros: The staff very friendly & helpfull. Breakfast plentiful. I used to stay at other budget hotels but i wont anymore. Ive stayed at this hotel 3 times now in the past 6 months. I will be staying at ...
Cons: Beer prices could of been a little cheaper.
Cons: Very rude staff and poor service
Pros: Bathroom with shower cubicle. Excellent value for money. Good breakfast with four hot food choices,
Cons: Needed a mirror above dressing table.
Pros: The bed was awesome!
Cons: Not much on menu & over priced . 5/10 on the food.
Pros: The first time a cleaner/chamber maid has ever tried to refuse a tip! I was attending a funeral and there was room waiting 3 hours before check in, I had phoned and I was told it couldn't be done but they did it any way
Pros: The nice staff and cleanliness of rooms
Cons: One drawer in the bedroom would have been nice to store underwear in as everything open plan including wardrobe
A modern Burnley hotel near the town centre with free Wi-Fi and parking plus breakfast included Holiday Inn Express® Burnley M65 Jct.10 hotel is right off the M65 motorway and a short drive or bus ride from the town centre. You can catch direct trains to Preston and Blackpool from Burnley Barracks station a seven-minute walk from the hotel. Trains to Manchester leave from Burnley Manchester Road station six minutes' drive away. Guests enjoy free parking and kids under 16 stay free. Watch Burnley F.C. in action at Turf Moor stadium just over two miles from the hotel. Cheer on the local rugby team at Burnley Rugby Union Football Club less than four miles away. Or take a 40-minute drive to spend a day at the races at Haydock Park racecourse. Visit Boundary Mill Stores eight miles from the hotel for shopping coffee or a casual lunch. You can host business events in the hotel's four state-of-the-art meeting rooms. The largest holds 80 guests and all come with free WiFi. Nearby business parks include Network 65 Altham and Lomeshaye. Start your day with the hot Express Start Breakfast with scrambled eggs sausages beans and continental items included in the room rate. Tuck into a locally sourced meal from the restaurant day or night. Relax in the airy Great Room or hang out on the outdoor terrace with a drink from the bar.
Cons: The gardens need a lot of attention, and especially the pond.
Cons: I woke up with bed bug bites. The extractor fan was squeaking loudly for 3 hours from 6am.
Pros: Staff were excellent. Very clean bathroom / toilet. Breakfast was delicious, although pricey.
Cons: The camp bed in our family room had very little in the way of springiness so was not very comfortable. But overall a welcome feel.
Pros: Generous food and drinks in the room
Cons: No complaints
Pros: Our dog was welcome
Cons: £10 extra per night for very small dog
Pros: Friendly atmosphere
Cons: All staff were excellent
Pros: The food was lovely.
Cons: The bed was horrible didn't have a good night sleep at all. It was so hard and especially being pregnant comfort is what I need the most.
Pros: The Lavender Mist to spray on the pillows on the extremely comfy bed.
Cons: Having to go home after only two nights.
Pros: Good speedy service for breakfast, friendly staff always on hand. Lovely veiws from the room, which was clean and comfortable and adiquatly stocked with essentials.
Pros: I went to a wedding evening do at the Higher trap so location was spot on! Room was not in the Hotel but only a few minutes walk away. The room was clean and had 1 double and 2 singles in and had ...
Pros: big comfy beds well appointed rooms good views
Cons: a bit far out as the search for the hotel was within Clitheroe however that was not the hotels fault
The stunning Best Western Higher Trapp Country House Hotel is magic! Panoramic views over Lancashire from Pendle Hill (home of the infamous Pendle Witches), will cast a spell over all who visit, and leave you looking forward to your next trip! Hiking, or strolling for those who take their walking less seriously, is a favorite pastime of locals and guests alike in this idyllic scenic space. with The Penine Way offering countless points of interest and even more stunning views! Just five minutes from J8 of the M65, you'll be closer to local towns and cities than you feel, but wherever you go during the day you'll have a warm atmosphere and a warm welcome waiting for you back at the hotel. This really is an ideal choice for business or pleasure, with 29 tastefully decorated bedrooms and a locally renowned restaurant putting the icing on the cake! No hot food available on Christmas Day and New Years' Eve 2017.
Pros: Great nights sleep with comfy bed & pillows, bunk bed for child which is better than sofa bed
Cons: Small room and bathroom
Pros: The accomodation was lovely and clean as were the leisure facilities. The most impressive thing about this hotel was that every single member of staff was extremely helpful, friendly, welcoming and ...
Pros: Leisure facilities
Cons: The double bed was very small and the mattress was uncomfortable
Pros: The outside of the property is good.
Cons: The room was a long way from reception through a maze of corridors, up and down stairs, to a room that felt life the dungeon and the window facing a wall 2 feet away. Made it feel dark and oppressive...
Pros: Quality and value
Pros: Value for money was great having access to the pool and gym and the staff at reception were brilliant helping us with trips out and general queries.
Cons: The food was not great at the restaurant for dinner (breakfast was fine) and lack of suitable bar area Meant our family could not sit and enjoy a drink together.
Pros: The bed was so comftable the bath was amazing and deep! So spacious. And loved the good garden!
Cons: A spider in my room it was massive! But couldn't be helped hahaha was a great stay all round thank you. We will definitely be back again
Pros: Apart from the Swimming Pool, there is nothing else to like about this place. Not gonna visit ever again!
Cons: The rooms are at long walking distance from main entrance. Too many stairs and no lifts makes it even worst. And less friendly staff add to your worries! Families should never visit this place.
Pros: Actual hotel building was beautiful and staff were friendly .
Cons: Room wasn't same quality as on advert description to start of, nearest description would be that in reality it it needs refurbishment and you could easily tell that furniture was to old and worn...
Pros: The staff were good, the hotel room was old and very tired and dated, lots of wedding on and people very drunk walking around main hotel, bar area so small nowhere to sit and have a drink after a 6 ...
Cons: Everything was old, poor, dated, overpriced
The Best Western Oaks Hotel & Leisure Club was once the private home of a wealthy local merchant and has been sympathetically restored preserving the grand feel of a bygone era. The lounge and reception area is dominated by a 25 foot high stained glass window which tells the story of Abraham Althams life and work in the Burnley area. Both the restaurant and bar are in the 'old house' with grand ornate ceilings and floor to ceiling windows creating instant theatre. The hotel is set in mature grounds with views of Pendle Hill from the terrace. Please note this Hotel will only accept credit cards for all pre authorizations on check-in.
The Fountain Inn is a great choice for a stay in Barnoldswick. You can grab a bite to eat at the restaurant or wind down at the end of the day with a drink from the bar/lounge. All rooms feature flat-screen TVs and free WiFi.