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Reviewed 27 February 2014

I just love the Hollow. What can i say, its a stunning place to get an afternoon tea and delicious homemade cake. Lovely welcome, always, and my husband and i book breakfast regularly. Fabulous English breakfast, with superb sausage and bacon and lovely farm eggs. A peace of Heaven, how lucky am i to live just 5 minutes up the road. Roll on summer, cant wait to sit out in this beautiful Garden. Also Breakfast is served with their own homemade bread, jams and marmalades, it really doesnt get much better does it? Make this one of you regular tea shop stops, as so worth a visit.

  • Stayed: November 2013, travelled with family
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Thank Jane H
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Reviewed 22 February 2014

Even in a rain-soaked February we found The Hollow a charming place to stay for three nights. Our room was spacious and bright and comfortable and it was a treat to look out over the garden and the meadows. Grazing sheep there too. Our breakfasts were excellent - locally produced eggs etc - and generous in size. Dawn, the owner, was kind and attentive and genuinely interested in her guests and made us feel very welcome. We liked every aspect of our stay and found Little Longstone's proximity to Bakewell just right for our needs. I hope to return some day.

Stayed: February 2014, travelled on business
Thank Roger E
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Reviewed 10 December 2013

we enjoyed some fabulous "just baked" scones with blackcurrant jam and cream here last weekend, and the wife had a Hot Chocolate, lovely quirky place typically full of bric a brac and definitely English, nice gardens and a warm fire to sit by, thoroughly enjoyable experience.

  • Stayed: December 2013, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 29 November 2013

Visited for breakfast as we were staying in a cottage just up the road. If you are thinking of visiting you need to check opening times as I believe the tea room part is only open towards the end of the week and over the weekend.
The B&B is in a lovely setting. Very quiet with a picturesque garden and charming interior. However we found it quite cold, despite the owner putting a fan heater on. We didn't find the owner particularly friendly. We were the only guests and was left with the feeling that we were putting her out. However our breakfast was very nice with good quality local ingredients and well presented. Had the room been warmer and the owner more friendly I would have given a 'very good rating'.

  • Stayed: November 2013, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank hockey64
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Reviewed 14 October 2013

We booked the double en suite room for a single Friday night to break our trip up to East Yorkshire at the end of September.
We had previously spent two nights at the nearby Monsall Head Hotel hoping for a romantic break but although the staff and food there were fine, the accommodation was awful. While visiting the little pub in Little Longstone during that visit, I met an Australian couple coming out of The Hollow and asked for their recommendation for next time. I am glad I did.
We received a nice welcome by the lady of the house who showed us up to our room.
Our room was simply huge, warm and very comfortable with nice original features and all the accessories one would possibly desire - including fluffy bath robes.
The bed was comfortable and we had an excellent night sleep.
The bathroom, down a little private passageway and a couple of steps was similarly huge and the shower more than adequate for an electric job.
We enjoyed a coffee/tea in the comfy chairs in the bay window overlooking the marvellous gardens and open fields beyond before heading out for beer and food.
The Hollow offers evening meals too if you require them - seemingly whatever you fancy!
Maybe we should take advantage of this next time - and there will be a next time.
Breakfast in the morning could be had a very civilised 9am and was also just as promised with home grown, free range, home cured and locally sourced produce. Preserves were all homemade with fruits of the season from the garden. Fresh fruits, pastries and yoghurts completed the ample spread.
I only noticed on the way to breakfast a little notice saying that accommodation payments could only be made by cash or cheque. This we discovered was because the card machine had been fried in a recent power surge caused by a storm and the bank had yet to replace it. A quick drive of about 20 minutes there and back into Bakewell provided a cash machine.
I feel a little bad for having booked just a single night here with all the bed changing and other housekeeping hassle involved. I hope we didn't cause any bookings for whole weeks to be declined. We will definitely be back if they will have us!

  • Stayed: September 2013, travelled as a couple
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