Ratings based on 10 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.7 Room cleanliness
4.3 Service & staff
4.3 Room comfort
4.2 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from County Durham
Far from the madding crowd.Posted Nov 2, 2014
Pros: The staff, the room, the food, the peace and quiet.
Cons: Nothing comes to mind.
Location: Close to the historic town of Clitheroe and the Pendle Heritage Centre: find out about the famous witches! Also convenient for Burnley and Blackburn.
It wasn't easy to find - thank goodness for the satnav! - but it was certainly worth finding. Set in tranquil countryside with not a street light in sight, this hotel is a haven from the frantic world. The proprietors are friendly and helpful, the room was of a high standard and the breakfast was as close to perfect as it could have been. we were served tea and coffee in the comfortable lounge on arrival, given fresh milk to replace the uht pots on the hospitality tray and were made to feel truly welcome. There is ample car parking on the pleasant grounds, too. If you intend taking a break in Lancashire, you really must stay here!
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from north west lancs
Pleasant overnight stayPosted Oct 14, 2014
Pros: Very quiet and secluded,comfortable.
Cons: Decor is a little old fashioned , a bit 'twee' , an update would be good.
Location: Along a windy country lane about 10 minutes from the A59. Near Clitheroe which is a charming little town, had a lovely meal at the Italian restaurant
We stayed one night ,we were given a room in the separate annexe building which was private and comfortable. Lovely ensuite bathroom with a tub and powerful overhead shower. The heating came automatically and was very warm. Breakfast needed to be ordered the night before and a precise time given for arrival! The dining room is in the main building and the style is countrified. Food was v hot and well prepared. Nice scenery around , a little way from the A59 .
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Stockport
Super B&B in a great locationPosted Sep 1, 2014
Middle Flass has large, comfortable, well equipped rooms, with all the little touches you might expect from a hotel: soap, shower gel, a razor, biscuits, tea/coffee/kettle, etc. Breakfast was very comprehensive. A much better choice than anywhere else, in my experience, and very friendly staff.
Recommendedby S and W from Rothley
A idyllic spot once. You find itPosted Jul 4, 2014 on Hotels
Friendly and welcoming owners . Very clean and comfortable rooms. We were in the annex and would ask for that again as remoteness meant less noise. Delightful meal if a little pricey. Finding Middle Flass Lodge wasn't easy despite a Sat Nav. It's quite a talking point in the Lodge but precise instructions of how to find it on the website would be very helpful.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Great value rural stayPosted Jun 15, 2014
Pros: Clean and comfortable Rural location Excellent free Wifi Friendly service
I stayed at Middle Flass Lodge for just one night but based on my short stay would certainly recommend it. The location is rural and there is nothing but beautiful countryside in the immediate vicinity. I chose Middle Flass as I was doing the Three Peaks and wanted somewhere reasonably close for the early start (it was about a 20 minute drive to Horton-in-Ribblesdale) and at a economical price. There is lots to recommend a stay at Middle Flass. I was really pleased with the room I had, which was standard-sized but clean, comfortable and had some nice touches (Middle Flass towels, complementary biscuits and bottled water as well as hot drinks, plenty of easily accessible plugs). The free wifi was excellent and much faster than many hotels I've stayed at where the rooms cost more than twice as much. There is also a small bar and the prices of the drinks were very reasonable. However, the best thing was the friendly and helpful service I received. The staff went out of their way to make my stay comfortable and ensure I was able to set off for my day's trekking fully prepared and fuelled by a tasty cooked breakfast!
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Brighton
Lovely Lancashire welcomePosted Jun 5, 2014 on Hotels
Great food and beautiful countryside but don't trust google maps to get you there !
for Business Travelersby NJ from UK
Beautiful locationPosted May 16, 2014 on Hotels
Great location, peaceful and quiet. Will stay again.
for Couplesby A verified traveler
Nice room but customer service was rather coldPosted Oct 1, 2013 on Hotels
Room was comfortable and clean, although beds were not that comfortable for people with bad backs. The disappointment was not from the building or location but from the sharp greeting and reception that we received - a few pointers in friendly customer service are needed.
for Everyoneby Steve & Sharon from Middlestown, West Yorkshire WF4, UK
The place to go for Peace and TranquilityPosted Jun 10, 2013
Pros: see above
Cons: see above
Location: see above
A converted Barn in the middle of some of the most beautiful country side just out side the Dales National park in Lancashire, My Partner and I had a wonderfully relaxing stay. The owner's of this tastefully done barn conversion were very warm and welcoming, we will definitely be going back. Steve and Sharon From Wakefield.
for Everyoneby Judith from Village in southern England
Great for a restful weekendPosted May 12, 2013
Pros: Comfortable,clean and welcoming.
Location: Truly rural with beautiful gardens and views.
We were given a warm welcome on arrival, the bed was very comfortable and we slept well. The breakfast was nicely presented, the choice was very large, and the food very good indeed. We were very pleased and would go again.