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Bedrooms 3 / Sleeps 7 / House
Bedrooms: 3  Sleeps: 7  Type: House
BULLACE BARN, detached stone-built cottage, family and pet friendly, in
TripAdvisor property ID 2408169

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Book this 3 bedroom house in Holmfirth today! A total of 7 people can sleep here comfortably.

Guests can enjoy a internet access and dishwasher among other amenities offered by this rental.

Travelers are sharing their opinions on this property. It has an overall rating of 5/5 thanks to an average of 17 reviews.

Costs vary, with the average weekly rate as low as $608 to as high as $1514, depending on travel dates.

The manager responds to 100% of inquiries and last updated the property’s calendar Aug 19, 2017.

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Sykes Cottages
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19 Aug 2017
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Languages spoken: English



Proximity to TripAdvisor's Top Holmfirth Attractions




  • Linen provided
  • Towels provided
  • Washing machine

Phone / Internet

  • Wireless Internet

Property Features

  • High chair


  • Dishwasher
  • Fridge


  • TV


  • Children
  • Pets
  • Smoking allowed


Reviews (17)

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“Very Relaxing, Beautiful Country Side, Very Spacious”

Reviewed 20 Mar 2014

We all loved the cottage and the children especially loved having a pool table to play on. The cottage is very spacious, clean and tidy and has everything you could need.

“Really nice, but a few extra touches would make it 5 stars!”

Reviewed 12 Dec 2013

Fantastic spacious barn, tastefully decorated with a really big lounge area, although the TV on the wall is set at a very awkward angle for some viewers (having said that we only used TV when it was raining!). Some areas of the barn were poorly cleaned (kitchen worktops and floors were were dirty) and there were several dead daddy long-legs splattered against some walls! Although it sleeps 7, the kitchen table is nowhere big enough, could only really seat 6 max. Need a wider selection of drink glasses, there was a real odd mixture (6 brandy glasses but few if any juice glasses?). Nice touch with the welcome basket. Really need a couple of airers to dry bath towels as there is nowhere to hang your towels after showering, which is pretty daft. But, the above said, a lovely setting and ideal for all the close walks. Great utility area for cleaning dogs/taking boots off etc., before entering the kitchen area. Just a bit more attention to detail/cleanliness and we would have awarded 5 stars. Good value for money, especially if two couples staying. Very handy pub within walking distance! Would probably return.

“Relaxing stay in superb accommodation”

Reviewed 2 Dec 2013

We spent a week here in late September for the purpose of visiting relatives in the area. The barn sits on a smallholding where they keep sheep and horses, plus cats and some friendly chickens that will visit you at the door if they think you have food! The owner lives adjacent to the cottage and was there to greet us when we arrived. A very generous welcome pack was provided and the barn is huge, airy and beautifully appointed with all modern facilities including wifi. It was a pleasure to wake up in the morning and look out over the fields of grazing sheep and horses. There is plenty to do in the area. We particularly enjoyed Cannon Hall and Cawthorne village. Children will enjoy Cannon Hall Farm with its rare breeds which is a separate attraction. Holmfirth, home of Last of the Summer Wine is nearby. If you enjoy walking, the Peak District with its many picturesque reservoirs is on your doorstep and the Trans Pennine Trail runs very close to the property. The Langsett Reservoir is close by and has a lovely pub, famous for its pies, overlooking it. A bit further afield we also visited Haworth (home of the Bronte sisters) and the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway (where the original Railway Children was filmed), both very enjoyable. Also Nostell Priory (N.T.) The Elsecar Heritage Centre was rather quiet when we visited on a weekday but has steam trains running at the weekend. The nearby town of Penistone has a large Tesco for stocking up on groceries, plus a variety of other shops and a weekly market. We would thoroughly recommend Bullace Barn and would certainly stay there again.

“A lovely welcome to a beautiful house”

Reviewed 25 Jul 2013

We were the lucky first guests at Bullace Barn. It's been decorated and kitted out to a high standard, beautiful furnishings, well equipped kitchen, comfortable and pretty bedrooms. There's a separate utility/boot room with washing machine, iron etc. We like to cook and the kitchen had pretty much everything we needed - there were a couple of suggestions we made to the owners eg a bigger frying pan, cafetiere, kitchen scales. But that was it. We were given a lovely welcome both by the owners and by their cats, who were quite keen to show us round the property ;-) There was a lovely welcome hamper on arrival with cake, cheese, bread, eggs. There's a fab little local shop about 10 mins up the road which is well stocked and also sells homemade pies and pasties. We liked best: cooking and eating together in the country style kitchen. The lovely view from the large window in the hall. Our visit to Yorkshire Sculpture Park. We liked least: the frustration of being in the upstairs lounge which is large and comfy but has no windows out on the lovely view.

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