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Thorneyholme Bed and Breakfast

Barley New Road, Nelson BB12 9LH England
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Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travellers visiting Nelson, Thorneyholme Bed and Breakfast is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its romantic environment and proximity to great restaurants, Thorneyholme Bed and Breakfast makes it easy to enjoy the best of Nelson.

The rooms offer a kitchenette and a refrigerator, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.

Thorneyholme Bed and Breakfast features a concierge.

If you’re looking for a Chinese restaurant, consider a visit to Rau Fenh, New Rice Bowl, or Dobo, which are all conveniently located a short distance from Thorneyholme Bed and Breakfast.

Thorneyholme Bed and Breakfast is sure to make your visit to Nelson one worth remembering.

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jemangum wrote a review Sept 2017
Ironbridge3 contributions1 helpful vote
We have come here to Pendle again for the lovely views and serene location. The room with the conservatory is outstanding with it's view over the pastures full of sheep, ducks, and horses. Great for rainy mornings to just sit and watch the animals. Janet's breakfasts are spot-on with a huge selection to choose from. I want to take the bed home with us - it was so comfortable. Everything was spotlessly clean and tidy. Have stayed here at Thorneyholme B & B. previously and will surely come again - stayed a week this time. Looking forward to seeing it in the spring.
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Date of stay: September 2017
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Tamara wrote a review Apr 2016
Ashford, United Kingdom4 contributions
We stayed 2 nights and had very comfortable stay. We were made to feel very welcome and the setting was perfect. The room was immaculate and bed was very comfortable. Breakfast could not be better. Would recommend this reasonably priced B&B to anyone.
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Date of stay: April 2016Trip type: Travelled with family
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natalie035 wrote a review Jan 2015
Norfolk, United Kingdom41 contributions39 helpful votes
I stayed for two days in the twin room which was spacious as was the bathroom. Modern decoration and everything was all presented to a high standard. I would have been happy to stay longer with a friendly owner who made me feel welcome! Lovely views around the room, I loved seeing so many birds visiting the bird feeders outside - very tranquil. Good choice of breakfast too!
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Date of stay: December 2014
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Luca B wrote a review Oct 2014
London, United Kingdom11 contributions11 helpful votes
Amazing extra-large room, with view on pastures. Lovely host who provided for food and exceptional recommendation for restaurant and places to see. You don't get to stay at places like these very often. Super-recommended!!! Luca
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Date of stay: November 2013
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Terry M wrote a review Oct 2014
Chelmsford, United Kingdom1 contribution
We have been going to this lovely B & B for the last fourteen years and can find no fault with it at all. The room we had was the annexe with the bedroom plus a little lounge, both furnished with care and comfort in mind. Our TV was 32" which is big enough plus fridge , microwave, toaster etc. The breakfast was lovely, plenty of choice for cereals (at least nine different choices) there was a wide variety of fruit which we could have chosen, the full English breakfast was to die for, with my favourite "black pudding". We had plenty of toast available with tea or coffee. The owner always gives us a very warm & friendly welcome each time we go there. Long may she continue !!!
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Date of stay: September 2014
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missfishlash wrote a review Jul 2014
Leicester, United Kingdom91 contributions60 helpful votes
You could easily drive past this place as you have to take a narrow drive between buildings on the road to get to this little farm house in Rouglee, we missed it despite the sat nav telling us we had arrived, but found the entrance when we turned round. There is lodging in two rooms, ours was a twin in a purpose built extension and there is apparently a double with basic cooking facilities like a microwave etc. that we didnt actually see. The room is decorated and fitted to a very high quality and very clean and very spacious. We were greeted when we arrived by the friendly owner who showed us in and gave us fresh milk for our tea and left us to settle in. First impressions were excellent, large, modern, fully tiled bathroom with big walk in shower with solid screen, big sink with vanity unit, modern toilet, all spotlessly clean. The farmhouse is in a beautiful situation, being on a footpath with Roughlee village a ten minute walk away and Barley a fifteen minute walk away in each direction alongside the lovely riverside of Pendle Water, the room overlooks fields and the riverside, and a garden with a little patio and water feature which was very sweet and we were invited to use, it is however part of the owners own garden and some might feel a bit uncomfortable sitting out there with everyday life going on around them. The room is also accessed by the owner through a adjoining door through to the farm kitchen where breakfast is served and there is some noise from general life going on in the farmhouse which could be a bit of an issue but we were also able to help ourselves to milk from the owners fridge throughout our stay which was a plus, the door is lockable however. Breakfast was ok, small selection of cereals, one portion of fruit selected by owner, scrambled egg on one small thin piece of toast (we are vegetarians) and one piece of toast after. Not a vast amount or any sort of choice really, maybe a small breakfast menu would be an idea. Dont get me wrong, it was all lovely, but every other b and b I've been too has some sort of variety or choice....the scrambled egg was gorgeous, made with fresh eggs from her own chickens and the best I've ever tasted, but after three days of the same it became a bit tedious. I do realise that often us veggies are a bit of an enigma and people dont always know what to give us :) Locally for food we visited the Pendle Inn in Barley village, very good food here, and The Bay Horse in Roughlee....quite posh but nice menu. Lots of lovely walks from here, a brilliant place to stay to explore the Ribble Valley. One more downside was the tv, was a flat screen with dvd player built in but quite small and signal was frequently scrambling especially in the evening making it quite hard to watch. Overall though, we had a great stay here and would recommend it to other travellers.
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Date of stay: July 2014
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Frequently Asked Questions about Thorneyholme Bed and Breakfast
Which popular attractions are close to Thorneyholme Bed and Breakfast?
Nearby attractions include Queen Street Mill Textile Museum (3.8 miles), Pendle Hill (2.1 miles), and HAPPA - Shores Hey Farm (4.4 miles).
What are some restaurants close to Thorneyholme Bed and Breakfast?
Conveniently located restaurants include The Brown Cow, The Lounge At Crow Wood, and The White Swan.
Are there any historical sites close to Thorneyholme Bed and Breakfast?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Pendle Hill (2.1 miles), Gawthorpe Hall (4.1 miles), and Pendle Heritage Centre (1.8 miles).
Is Thorneyholme Bed and Breakfast accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access and reduced mobility rooms. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.