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Accommodation Details Badger Fields Farm
Badger Lane, Hebden Bridge YorkshireHX7 7JX
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Comments by walkers who stayed at Badger Fields Farm in Hebden Bridge on The Pennine Way
 
Very steep climb at end of long day, but friendly welcome, superb views and knowing you don't have to do it tomorrow made it well worth while. Excellent tea and cake (with cat) in summerhouse, overlooking Stoodley Pike, surrounded by beautiful garden. Room comfortable, shared facilities not an issue as we were only guests. Adequate evening meal, ample FE breakfast let down by sausage - lovely breakfast omelette an alternative. Helpful landlady dried our clothes for us. Pleasant lounge area upstairs. Baggage transferred on to Stanbury.
Anne & Colin
left 25/05/2011
Anne & Colin Stares, left on 05 June 2011
 
 
A lovely welcome, comfortable room, good home cooked food and clean clothes courtesy of the laundry service all added up to a great stay. Recommended by two Pennine way walkers!
Chris & Leigh from Essex, left on 25 May 2011
 
 
The trek up 1000ft at the end of a hot day was well worth it for the very warm welcome received from Miriam & Gordon, with a large pot of tea and home made cake.
Even more delicious was the aroma of roast beef coming from the kitchen and a dinner party for we 4 and other guests.
Breakfast equally good and a most satisfying stay.
John&Marsha, Steve&Rosie, left on 15 May 2011
 
 
It was a steep climb out of the valley to Badgerfields Farm, but well worth the effort - and we didn't have to do it the next morning. Miriam was very friendly and welcoming, and everything we needed was most efficiently provided. We were able to sit in the lovely garden, admiring the extensive view and consuming tea and cake the day we arrived, but we would recommend this B & B whatever the weather.
Sarah and Jim Matthews, stayed 22nd August 2009 , left on 09 September 2009
 
 
Arrived at Badgers Field Farm soaked through from head to toe...all of our equipment had gone swimming, too. It was a cruel day on the Pennine Way and the only reason Edd and I completed the full trek was due to Miriam and Gordon's incredible hospitality at Badgers Field. All of our wet clothes were washed, our boots were stuffed with paper, our equipment aired and dried and we, wonderfully, were presented with hot tea and home-made cake. The farm itself is lovely, the facilities faultless and the service impeccable: excellent dinner, hearty breakfast and all the essential accoutrements to make even the most jaded walker feel rejuvented. Our stay saved our entire trip!
James Orchard & Edd Roberts, left on 01 August 2009
 
 
After spending all day in pouring rain and driving winds we arrived at Badger Fields Farm where Mrs Whitaker pulled out all the stops to get kit and boots dry for the morning. Despite already being fully booked she was able to find a bed for our daughter who came to meet us. An evening meal of homemade steak pie, potato wedges, cauliflower cheese and mushy peas - yummy! It's well worth the steep climb out of Hebden Bridge at the end of the day.
Michael & Joanne Nell, left on 31 August 2008
 
 
First rate and very efficient. Super evening meal and excellent breakfast and packed lunch. You really do need to get your head round the last mile upto the farm, its a killer at the end of a long day, however it is better to get it out of the way at the end of the day rather than have to climb it first thing in the morning. Great place to stay, and right on the
Taff and Carol, left on 26 September 2007
 
 
A steep climb at the end of the day was rewarded with great hospitality, tea and cake on arrival and a good meal in the evening.
John Mumford, left on 06 August 2007
 
 
This was one of the best places we stayed on the Pennine Way. Really friendly. Rooms comfortable. Food excellent - the best roast parsnips I have ever tasted! Dinner out in the garden over looking Stoodley Pike. Yes, the climb up from Calderdale at the end of the day is a bit of a trudge, but if you're prepared for it, you'll get there! And not sure about the comment about the owners being cost conscious - we had to remind them to charge us for the washing they did for us.
Nic, left on 30 May 2007
 
 
Excellent accommodation - right beside the Pennine Way.
Alan Roughley, left on 19 May 2006
 
 
First rate accomodation, breakfast and evening meal. Due to some unforseen hitches we didn't actually arrive until 10pm(!!) We were collected from the station and it was no trouble to provide the evening meal. Beautiful room in the eaves that looks out over the moors and a lovely garden.
One thing I would say though is that the owner does seem to be very cost conscious!
Siobhan and Annette, left on 22 May 2005
 
 
Very comfortable and welcoming B&B. Good for the Pennine Way - a bit out of Hebden Bridge itself - though a taxi will get you there for about a fiver. Really excellent breakfast and packed lunch. Recommended.
Eamonn McGuinness, left on 22 October 2004
 
 
Agree with the previous comments....look out for the last 1/2 mile before the farm....a bit of a pull!!

JK
John and Malcolm, left on 06 November 2003
 
 
Absolutely superb. Lovely people, a great welcome, excellent meal, lovely room, filling breakfast. One of the high spots. The only problem is hauling one's weary limbs up the steep ascent out of Hebden Bridge!
Peter Lever, left on 18 September 2003
 
 
First Class. Excellent evening meal and breakfast. Good bedroom. The welcome included a pot of tea and cake in the kitchen. The only drawback for boozers is that the pub is a mile or so away along the route you have to take the folllowing morning when going South-North, but everything else is perfectly adequate compensation.
Peter Lever, left on 07 May 2003
 
 
Brilliant-very warm welcome, tea and biscuits ! Family very friendly, evening meal excellent !
Nick Johnson, left on 01 April 2003
 

     

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