Old East View

Cycling Friendly, Self-Catering Accommodation, Walking Friendly : Todmorden

Old East View
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Old East View is an historic 19th-century manor house with a detached stone-built coach-house, and overlooks the Calder Valley in the heart of the Pennines. The coach-house offers luxury modern holiday accommodation sleeping five in three bedrooms, and is available to rent on a weekend or weekly basis.

The Coach House at Old East View sleeps up to five people in three bedrooms (king, double, and single beds). There is a modern bathroom, comfortable living room, and an open plan kitchen-dining room.

Old East View provides the ideal opportunity for anyone who enjoys outdoor activities - whether you like walking, climbing, cycling, riding, or even boating or fell-running, there's plenty to do!

Bed linen and towels are supplied and the kitchen is equipped with everything you'll need for a quick snack or a multi-course feast.

There is ample parking for two cars in the courtyard. We also offer secure storage for bikes and other sporting equipment.

Want to book or check availability?
Call 01706 813349 or visit www.oldeastview.co.uk
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By Road:
From the South, we advise taking the M6, then the M62, taking J21 (Milnrow) and heading to Todmorden through Littleborough via Hollingworth Lake.
From the North-East, take the M1/A1M, then the M62, taking J24 (Ainley Top) and heading to Todmorden through Sowerby Bridge and Hebden Bridge.
From the North-West, a good option is to take the M61 and come via Burnley on the A646.

From Todmorden town centre, turn towards Burnley and after around a mile take Jumps Road which is an unmarked turning to the right, under a viaduct, on Burnley Road (A646) on the way out of Todmorden, unless you are coming from Burnley already, in which case Jumps Road is on the left before you reach Todmorden (just after the Staff of Life Inn).

As you drive up Jumps Road, keep going uphill (avoiding turnings) and a short distance after the road becomes unmade you'll find us on the right - a large set of iron gates set in stone. Please note that Jumps Road is quite bumpy, and while it is perfectly passable by most cars, we recommend exercising caution if you have a sports car or other low-profile vehicle.
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Short Description Old East View is an historic 19th-century manor house with a detached stone-built coach-house, and overlooks the Calder Valley in the heart of the Pennines. The coach-house offers luxury modern holiday accommodation sleeping five in three bedrooms, and is available to rent on a weekend or weekly basis. The Coach House at Old East View sleeps up to five people in three bedrooms (king, double, and single beds). There is a modern bathroom, comfortable living room, and an open plan kitchen-dining room. Old East View provides the ideal opportunity for anyone who enjoys outdoor activities - whether you like walking, climbing, cycling, riding, or even boating or fell-running, there's plenty to do! Bed linen and towels are supplied and the kitchen is equipped with everything you'll need for a quick snack or a multi-course feast. There is ample parking for two cars in the courtyard. We also offer secure storage for bikes and other sporting equipment.
Type Cycling Friendly, Self-Catering Accommodation, Walking Friendly
Location Todmorden
Address Jumps Road, Todmorden, West Yorkshire, OL14 8HL
Phone Number 01706 813349
Web Address www.oldeastview.co.uk
Recharge Point No
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Old East View

Jumps Road

Todmorden

West Yorkshire

OL14 8HL

Accessibility

To ensure we offer impartial advice we have provided a link to  ‘Euan’s Guidewhere you'll find detailed access information to many venues across Calderdale and the UK: accommodation, attractions, shops, pubs, restaurants and more.  

VisitEngland lead training provider and contributor in accessible tourism, Visits Unlimited is a Calderdale-based national operator offering a range of accessibility-related services across the UK and abroad.  Visits Unlimited support businesses in not only meeting legal obligations stated within the UK Equality Act 2010 but in exceeding customer service expectations for all customers including those with specific needs.  Services provided include accredited hospitality training and disability awareness training, access auditing, mystery shopping and strategic accessibility planning. 

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