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All reviewsgood sizebiscuitsrossendale valleystayed for one nightexcellent foodblack puddingsunday lunchvisiting family in the areafantastic stayspa baththe ground floorcooked to perfectionfamily memberswell worth a visitan evening mealgreat value for moneywould stay again
Sykeside is family run and the welcome could not be warmer or more friendly. The building is a typical mill-owner's residence from the valley's cotton industry past and has the high-ceilinged rooms to prove it! It has obviously been modernised fairly recently and has all...More
Very welcoming hotel. The room was lovely and the bed very comfortable so a great nights sleep. I've stayed here before so had no concerns with booking to stay again. This is a family run business and Janet now the owner since 2004 originally worked...More
Stayed for one night as attending a social function. Nice large room, cute bathroom, good extras on tea tray and friendly enough staff. Room view lovely.
Alas the bed in our room was awful, a mattress way past its sell by date resulting in bad...More
The hotel only as a few rooms, but it was a nice place to stay. Friendly welcome with a nice polite lady on reception. The bedroom was large with a four poster bed in the centre, our room was well maintained and the pink decor...More
Stayed overnight after family easter room fabulous lovely breakfast couldn't finish it all lovely fresh and hot lovely hosts gorgeous old country house nice open fire great views restaurant looked lovely will definitely give it a try great time
sykeside country house hotel is a privately owned, family run hotel. found in the heart of the rossendale valley. The hotel itself is set within a late 18th Century building, and has been the home of a number of ...Moreimportant people, including the late composer Alan Rawsthorn. The traditional charm and elegance of the building can still be seen within the hotel to this very day, with most of the original features in place. Less