As a group of friends who came for a weekend break, we couldn’t have enjoyed ourselves more! Lovely warm welcome when we arrived and shown around the house. Everything absolutely immaculate yet still so homely. Definitely a great location for families. Shops, pubs etc a few minutes drive away however we opted for walking and taking in the scenery - 10/10 location just stunning. Couldn’t recommend enough, thank you so much for having us!!Lauren E - Not Given
Ian and Sue are the perfect hosts, Calder cottage where we stayed had everything we could possibly imagine, There was parking for our car, the kitchen was very well equipped and very clean, we are a family of 4 from oz both our children late teens and it was so nice to see how much they appreciated the country side surroundings the area, Thank you Ian and SueKimberley - Baldivis, Australia
Myself, my husband and 3 young children had a fantastic few days at Calder Cottage. The hosts were perfect; there if you needed anything, but we had complete privacy. We had a baby with us, there was a cot and highchair provided. Sue also arrived with lots of fab toys for all the kids to play with while we were there. We will definitely be returning.Laura - Limerick, Ireland
Wonderful property with great hosts. Have stayed here twice now and wouldn't hesitate to stay again.Oliver - New Farm, Australia
Being woken up by the sounds of sheep bleating and birds singing, made this visit even more special. We had spectacular weather and was able to eat breakfast on the patio.
Everything was clean and tidy and the extra little touches just made it even more wonderful. Can I mention the Mini Eggs? (Anna left some on the counter for us, as it was the Easter Weekend) Had a lovely little walk to the pub at the bottom of the road - Lord Nelson - very friendly. Also had a fantastic meal at the Bonny Inn, Salesbury.
Would highly recommend this cottage, its beautifulElizabeth L - Not Given
Ian and Sue's place is perfect for a family of 4 or 6. Spacious and very well equipped with everything you could possibly need. Spotlessly clean, tasteful with beautiful grounds. It is up a hill and slightly off the beaten track, but a short walk to the local pub, and about 45 minutes walk down into the village of Whalley, which has two grocery stores. Beautiful views and plenty of trails.Ingrid - Austin, TX