B and Bs in Holmfirth

Sunnybank Guest House
78 Upperthong lane
West Yorkshire

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A Victorian gentlemanís residence, built for the local GP, Dr Trotter, in 1865 and situated near the centre of Holmfirth in the glorious countryside of the Holme Valley - the real star of the BBCís ĎLast of the Summer Wineí. (The church next door is where the actor Bill Owen, 'Compo' is laid to rest)Sunnybank is relaxed, comfortable and combines luxury accommodation with service and attention to detail. Surrounded by 2 acres of mature wooded gardens and with spacious car parking we have three en-suite bedrooms all elegantly furnished and individually decorated reflecting the owners personal approach. They all offer the full range of modern facilities, TV. Wi-Fi connection for laptops, tea and coffee making facilities, mineral water, hair dryers, crisp linen, top of the range pillows. Individual rooms have additional facilities ranging from Freeview, DVD and video players to DAB radios.Awarded the new Five Star Silver rating for the level of service and quality of accommodation, Sunnybank is in an ideal location for touring or business visitors to the area, offering first class facilities in pleasant surroundings. Sunnybank is within easy access of Holmfirth and itís wide range of shops, bars and restaurants with many others just a short drive away. We have a no-smoking policy within the house and regret we are unable to accommodate pets or children under eight years old (thatís the children not the pets!)

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