Pros: Beautiful hotel, excellent food and friendly helpful staff.
Pros: lovely staff
Pros: Amazing room, beautiful hotel, fantastic food and excellent service. You cannot get better than this. This is the benchmark all hotels strive to attain.
Cons: Expensive room but worth it.
Pros: We were totally relaxed and made to feel very welcome. In fact one of the most relaxing hotels we have stayed in.
Cons: Nothing. Everything was terrific
Pros: Food was excellent with very attentive and informative staff.
Pros: Nice hotel with some character, rooms are really nice and it caters for the high end traveller who enjoys food.
Cons: No Gym or spa for a hefty price tag.
Pros: Dinner was truly exceptional and the sommelier very informative and friendly
Cons: The decor in my room - which was black. Also the decor
Pros: Excellent hotel, staff and service was very good,
Pros: Everything! Amazing place to relax and enjoy superb food and wine.
Pros: Staff are fantastic. Food also fantastic! Excellent wine list but loved that they invite you to bring your own wine (corkage £25) which is great if you have a special bottle you'd like to enjoy (...
Cons: Rooms seem slightly overpriced (they're nice, but the hotel doesnt have lots of other space for guests; ie no lounge, small garden). But everything else is so good I would still come back and pay ...
Northcote is a great choice for a stay in Blackburn. You can relax with a drink at the bar/lounge, and the restaurant is the perfect spot to grab a bite to eat. All rooms offer fireplaces, refrigerators, and room service.
Pros: The owners were very friendly and allowed us to check in early (for a wedding). The room had excellent double/triple glazing which cut out the noise from the A road really well. Proper teapot in ...
Cons: The bathroom was really small and my knees were against the sliding door when sitting on the loo. A really tall person would have problems with that bathroom.
Pros: Charming, clean and well supplied
Cons: Very close to a main road and quite loud if you had the window open
Pros: Bed was very comfy ..Terry and Marje very friendly and very helpful & a Good Sense Of Humour! ....We dif would stay again !! The little extra`s just added alovely touch! Abig thanks for breakfast...
Cons: When booking I didnt realise the bathroom and toilet was in a different room ...and this ment every trip was a walk along a short landing . If I booked again I would want to try a different room with ...
Pros: Good for walks. Good pub for meal with dog near. Good for m6
Cons: Bathroom too small. Could be helped by hanging sliding door on outside.
Pros: Lovely breakfast and hosts, bonus of a fridge in the room and all the nice things like chocolates and fine china
Cons: The road noise was awful with the window open which we needed because the room was stuffy. The bathroom so small I couldn't sit on the toilet with the door closed.
Pros: Beautiful place with fab hosts! Thank you for such a beautiful breakfast!
Pros: The feeling that I was staying with family.
Cons: The shower curtain
Pros: The owners and breakfast
Cons: the bathroom was small and could do with a little modernization
Pros: Clean and comfortable. Very friendly and helpful couple.
Pros: A fridge and microwave and refreshments were available in the bedroom and the beds were very comfortable. We enjoyed our breakfast.
Cons: The bathroom was little more than a fitted double wardrobe, which was accessed through a sliding door. One has to slide past the toilet to access the shower. The floor space between the toilet and ...
This 200-year-old cottage with free Wi-Fi is on the A59, in the Ribble Valley. It is ideal for walkers and cyclists, and is 20 minutes' drive from the Yorkshire Dales. Terry and Marje welcome you to the family-run Rose Cottage, a traditional Bed & Breakfast offering cosy, comfortable rooms with Freeview TV, an iPod dock, microwave and a fridge with water and milk. Rose Cottage provides off-road parking and an undercover cycle lock-up. There is also space for motorcycle parking. You can also make use of the small internet café. The bed and breakfast is located midway between Preston and Clitheroe, 4 miles north of Blackburn. The M6 is about 5 miles away, making Rose Cottage a good stopover en route to Scotland.
Pros: Help with cases from car to door was appreciated, best stay we have had for a long while! Would certainly recommend
Cons: Nothing to moan about, staff very helpful and attentive Would go out of our way to stay again if we could.
Pros: The rate above is in regards to our bedroom (Room 32). Room very small for a double and requires redecorating. Bathroom small and needs redecorating and updating. Shower over deep bath unsuitable ...
Cons: As stated above.
Pros: Staff very friendly Meals very good dining room staff excellent
Cons: our stay was for 2 nights -Unfortunately our room was not serviced on both days !! the bathroom was not cleaned and the bed was not made disappointing when you arrive back after a day out !! The ...
Pros: GREAT VALUE FOR MONEY
Pros: Excellent choice of cooked breakfasts. Nice lounge for guests. Handy location for the Ribble Valley.
Cons: Unable to find any faults with the venue.
Cons: The service at the on sight restaurant was chaotic
Pros: Both the Hotel, restaurant and location exceeded our expectations based on the photos on the website. Rooms were well appointed, there was a homely residents lounge (not often found in hotels these ...
Pros: Room was very clean and comfortable, and a bath is always a plus! As the weather was extremely hot, the very efficient fan in the room was also greatly appreciated. It was not as close to Blackburn ...
Cons: It was not as close to Blackburn as we thought, and the home-made burger was very disappointing as the meat was pink (though to be fair, I was asked if everything was alright!).
Pros: I stay here very regular for my companies UK site. The standard is extremly high, rooms are lovely and clean, food is excellent, the staff are absolutley lovely. If you stay here you wont be ...
Pros: Staff and dinner was excellent
Cons: I stayed in the annex. Thin walls and not as nice as main.
Traditional 18th century coaching inn tastefully developed and offering good quality accommodation with excellent food served throughout the day. A first-class Inn operated by Thwaites Hotels and Spas- AA Hotel Group of The Year 2016/2017. Xmas EveUsual menu till 9.30pm.Xmas DayXmas day lunch 12noon 2pm 75.00 pp.No other food offering except soup and sandwiches to residents.Boxing Day Lunch12noon to 3pm Usual menu.No other food offering except soup and sandwiches to residents.New Years EveUsual menu till 6.30pm.NYE Dinner 7.30pm/8pm TBC pp.No other food offering.New Years DayLunch from 12noon 3pm.No other food offering except soup and sandwiches to residents.
Cons: Basic. The Breakfast was awful. The Staff need stop complaining to each other about everything! Customers don’t need to hear about the hotels problems and that your boss hasn’t ordered any Milk or ...
Pros: Good sized bed
Cons: Bar prices
Cons: No soap, and just 2 feet of loo paper in the bar loo at breakfast. Tea stains in the room. Used tampon in the bedroom loo. Yuk. Very scruffy outside the bedroom window. Hole in the beds bottom sheet. ...
Pros: Good parking
Cons: Poor location, restaurant/bar attached.
Pros: Great for parking; food avialble all day. Friendly staff.
Cons: Bathroom on the small side with shower over quite a tall bath.
Pros: Good sized room
Cons: Internet patchy in room - fine in bar
Pros: Really warm friendly staff, who couldn't do enough to help. Lovely clean room with a really comfy bed, we both slept like lots!
Pros: Easy to reach and good for sight seeing
Cons: Tv off wall and bracket screwed to table so awkward to watch in bed. Lack of toiletries. Fire alarm went off very early in morn...blamed first on a malfunction then on somebody spraying something near...
Pros: Only stayed one night. room clean and comfy. Didn't t have breakfast. Staff were very friendly and helpful
Cons: Decor a bit tired
Cons: Having water falling from the ceiling in the bathroom into the bath. 2nd day all our things were moved without our consent to a different room - this new room after a shower would flood all bathroom ...
Pros: Location for us, clean, Value for money,
Pros: Me the wife and the love :-)
Boddington Arms Hotel is a great choice for a stay in Balderstone. 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. Flat-screen TVs and free WiFi are offered in all rooms.
Pros: Great breakfast, and a decent pint of bitter! Dinner section was fantastic also. Bar is well priced.
Cons: One plug socket in the entire room!
Pros: Big comfy bed and lovely full breakfast. also Great Staff, Warm and friendly.
Cons: It was all good.
Pros: The bed was amazingly comfy
Cons: Really clean and well looked after
Pros: Room was never cleaned in $ nights I stayed even the coffee cups were not washed but just swilled out and still had brown stains in them, spoons were sticky. Bathroom was not cleaned just put toilet ...
Pros: A very friendly welcome from the staff (once we'd finally found them!)
Cons: The room was very basic and it was not helped that we were in an accessible room with red cords coming down from the bathroom ceiling. The cistern in the toilet made a horrendous noise lasting several...
Pros: Great pub/resturant
Pros: I have stayed at the fernhurst a few times in the past 3years. It has improved since my last visit. Example. There is information details.in the room. The room keys are presented with the information ...
Cons: Breakfast is expensive.
Cons: Rooms very basic no air conditioning wifi was terrible no staff there as all at the pub had to wait 10 mins to check in
Cons: To stay in room longer next day
Pros: In the main the staff were friendly.
Cons: To be fair the managers had only been there a few weeks and they do appear to be making decisions,e.g. a night porter to clean up the debris of the day. Walking through the previous night's ...
Enjoy your visit to Blackburn with a stay at Fernhurst Lodge. You can unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge, and the restaurant is the perfect spot to grab a bite to eat.
Cons: 'Double' room could have been bigger. It was really a single room with a double bed squeezed into it. Also shower would have been better with doors rather than a shower curtain around a small ...
Pros: Friendly owners and nice breakfast
Cons: Small shower
Pros: Good value for money
Pros: Felt very welcome and comfortable
Cons: Door to attic left open behind bed, draught on shoulder made sore
Cons: No parking facilities
Cons: The room was damp, affecting me in the morning waking up with a blocked nose and sinus discomfort. The en-suite room which I paid an extra £10 per night had a very small shower cubical. The shower ...
Pros: very basic
Pros: Breakfast was satisfactory but the fresh orange juice was stale, felt it had gone off!
Cons: Having arrived after a nearly three and half journey from London, We took a taxi from the local train station and arrived quite promptly at the premises. We were greeted by the manager, Adam who took ...
Pros: Clean and tidy
Cons: Both shared facilities had showers of inadequate operation.one you had to hold in the start button laving only one hand free and the other the shower head would stay aloft due to broken fixture
Pros: Cheap and cheerful and breakfast in the price as a bargain. Staff were friendly enough. Rooms were good, breakfast was good. For the price you know you're not going to get The Ritz but it was perfect for my needs.
Cons: Well the breakfast room opened 3 minutes late (!) but that is a very minor quible.
Pros: Really polite, helpful. Breakfast was served promptly and was ok. Nice large comfy bed.
Cons: Property requires a small amount of attention, I.e shower room could do with a bit of titivating, and my room was next to the night staffs, which meant I was woken by the front door bell which was amplified in the staff room to alert them of clients at the front door. But that aside an absolute bargin of a hotel.
Pros: Staff were very friendly and helpful. Comfortable bed, nice view from window. TV had DVD facilities, which was a bonus. Midday check-out time allowed for a much-needed lie-in!
Make Hill View Hotel your next destination and enjoy the wonderful views of the surround hills in a quiet and comfortable environment. Blackburn offers everything you could want for that great day out or a longer stay. With superb shopping, first class leisure facilities, interesting heritage and miles of dramatic moorland scenery. You ll find plenty of variety and a lot happening that s right up your street, a warm welcome awaits the visitor and whether your stay is short term or long term we look forward to seeing you soon. We are a medium sized family run business, established over ten years. Hill View Hotel is committed to providing the best of accommodations at competitive prices. Our aim is to make each guests stay enjoyable and memorable we achieve this by our friendly atmosphere and our pleasing staff are here to help and cater for your every need.