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Oaklands B&B and Holiday Cottage

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Leighton Buzzard, United Kingdom
Reviewed 10 November 2016 via mobile

We had an overnight stay in this gorgeous cottage in the tranquil village of Wycoller & wish we could have stayed longer. The cottage is cosy & welcoming & Jane had provided thoughtful extra touches such as home-made cake waiting for us on arrival & everything we needed to make tea & coffee. Breakfast was delicious - full English with...

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Runcorn, United Kingdom
Reviewed 31 October 2016

A beautiful and cosy cottage, warmed by a log burning fire and complimented with a aesthetically charming decor and all of the comforts one could wish for. Jane, the proprietor is a lovely lady and took care that we had everything we needed for our stay. The cottage is set in what can only be described as the perfect, idyllic...

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Easingwold, United Kingdom
Reviewed 11 August 2016 via mobile

My daughter and I stayed at this delightful cottage in the magical hamlet of Wycoller as part of our hiking holiday on The Bronte Way. We couldn't have chosen anywhere better! The owner Jane was so welcoming at the gate to the pretty garden and, as she showed us into the warm and comfortable cottage, it was apparent that there...

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Wirral, United Kingdom
Reviewed 17 April 2015

Following a TV programme we decided to investigate Wycoller for ourselves. Internet search flagged up Oaklands B&B and what a find! Friendly welcome from owner Jane who also provided excellent breakfasts and packed lunches. The cottage is well equipped and was very cosy by the log fire after a day out walking. Very peaceful and secluded cottage. Will certainly visit...

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Stone, United Kingdom
Reviewed 7 April 2015

What a magical place! You arrive via a long lane taking you deeper and deeper into the country, wonder where on earth it's leading to you, then arrive at the stone hamlet of Wycoller with its beck, ford, old stone bridges and romantic ruined hall - a fairytale place! Then you discover the charmingly furnished Oaklands B&B with the key...

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Halifax, United Kingdom
Reviewed 7 August 2014

After a very long walk from Gawthorpe Hall near Burnley we were delighted to receive a very warm welcome from Jane and to discover an extremely comfortable self-contained cottage. We had requested an evening meal and had had to phone twice to say we would be later than we had planned. Jane was so friendly and obliging - we had...

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1Thank AnnaJamie
Wrexham, United Kingdom
Reviewed 1 June 2014

My wife and I stayed here for a wedding nearby and would have loved to stay longer. The property was clean, modern and well equipped but retained a traditional style also. The cooked breakfasts were excellent and very filling, I would come back just for the breakfast! I would definitely recommend this as a great place to stay.

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London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 24 May 2014

Stayed at Jane and Stephens beautiful cottage in wycoller Friday to Monday 16th / 19th may, and what a lovely weekend we had. Cottage is absolutely gorgeous, very traditional with modern touches to make staying a comfortable and relaxing time. We stayed on the b&b basis, and was served a delicious breakfast each morning that sets you up nicely for...

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Saint-Antonin Noble Val, France
Reviewed 9 October 2012

We and my sister stayed here last week for 3 days. We cannot praise Jane and Stephen highly enough for creating such a warm and welcoming B and B experience. The cottage is beautifully set out, log burning stove too, with all you need for a relaxing stay.Jane is a very good cook and we had some great evening meals...

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Official Description (provided by the hotel)
Welcome to Oakland. B&B and Holiday CottageWycoller : From the Anglo-Saxon wic-alr, which translate into dairy farm amongst the 'Alder trees'. At Oakland's , Wycoller, Colne, Lancashire, We offer en-suite accommodation and a self-catering cottage.The B&B accommodation and the cottage is A 300 year old.Grade ll listed building , which is set in a delightful hamlet in the heart of the country park of Wycoller.A stone throw away from the tearooms-( a pie and peas '' must '' after a nice long walk ).It's the perfect location for walkers doing the Bronte way or the pendle way walks.Please note , the Home-cooked evening meals are available on request .Wycoller is a peaceful, picture-postcard hamlet set amongst the calming sound of the beck running through the country park .Wyc0ller is also famous for its association with the Brontes who referred to many of the near by landmark in books ,such as '' Wuthering Heights'' and '' Jane Eyre ''Wycoller Hall ( Which is now a historical ruin ) is thought to be '' Ferndean Manor'' in Charlotte Brontes novel '' Jane Eyre ''Staying at Oakland's would give you the perfect opportunity to explore the beautiful scenery as well as discover the fascinating history of Wycoller.The surrounding areas offer a wide range of place to visit , whether it be shopping, eating out, visiting art galleries and museums or maybe going to the theatre.Other places of interest are the Yorkshire Dales, Howarth, Skipton, Ribble Valley, Pendle by the coast and with only an hours drive away are Blackpool and The Lake District . ... more   less 

Additional Information about Oaklands B&B and Holiday Cottage

Address: Oaklands Cottage Wycoller Road, Colne BB8 8SY, England
Region: United Kingdom > England > Lancashire > Colne
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Price Range: $61 - $87 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:4 star — Oaklands B&B and Holiday Cottage 4*
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