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    Badger Fields Farm

    Badgerfields Farm Badger Lane | Blackshaw Head, Hebden Bridge HX7 7JX, England
    Apr 9 Apr 10
    1 room, 2 adults, 0 children
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    • Excellent66%
    • Very good27%
    • Average6%
    • Poor0%
    • Terrible0%
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    “tea and cake” (5 reviews)
    “steep climb” (4 reviews)
    “pennine way” (24 reviews)
    Free Parking
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    All reviews tea and cake steep climb pennine way calder valley packed lunch low ceilings downstairs bathroom welcome sight an evening meal warm welcome very nice place to stay on arrival the perfect host shared bathroom excellent stay next morning b and b miriam loop gordon
    Reviewed 28 October 2016

    How lucky I was to choose Badger Fields for my one night stay over in Mytholm on the Pennine Way. Miriam was the perfect host serving up the tea in the garden on arrival after I had exhausted myself on the steep climb from the...More

    Reviewed 26 September 2016

    Daft we may be, but after the trials of attempting to cycle the Pennine Bridle way this place was a godsend. Miriam and Gordon fuss round you like you were one of theirs. Comfy, homely , great evening meal and breakfast, place to lockup bikes...More

    Reviewed 24 September 2016

    A welcome stop after a long day walking and a steep climb out of Hebden Bridge. We received a warm welcome and tea and cake in the garden was a nice touch. Bedroom was comfortable, located in the attic extension of the bungalow. Lots of...More

    Reviewed 24 August 2016

    Pennine Way day 3. Arrived somewhat damp. But no problem to the host - and a welcoming pot of tea and cake swiftly made available. Room well laid out with a number of thoughtful additions. Compact upstairs room with separate basin and toilet facilities shared...More

    Response from MiriamW21, Owner at Badger Fields Farm

    Thank you so much for your review, glad you enjoyed your stay.

    Reviewed 22 July 2016

    Beautiful location very close to the trail. We had a very friendly welcome with tea and a delicious Victoria sponge. Everyone loved the roast pork and Miriam had made a lovely lentil bake for me. Very comfortable room.

    Response from MiriamW21, Owner at Badger Fields Farm

    Thank you, glad you enjoyed your meals

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    "for a tall bloke like me the ground floor is best"
    ClanRF, 6 months agoRead review
    "Lovely B&B, rather than a hotel. Working farm (sheep), but very quiet."
    Shedman1953, 9 months agoRead review
    "Don't stay in the broom closet."
    viewfromanobody, over a year agoRead review
    "Two of the bedrooms are up in the attic but I'm 6ft 3 and it didn't pose a problem."
    Adam H, over a year agoRead review
    "If you have mobility difficulties, ask for the ground floor double, but otherwise all rooms are quiet and..."
    IpswichRita, over a year agoRead review
    "Upstairs rooms have excellent view across the valley"
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