Andrew B
Wed 18th July 2012
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Amazing Place, in stunning surroundings.

As a large family group we booked this converted barn before seeing any photos as it had just been converted and we worried if it would be as nice as the description sounded, we weren't disappointed the place was amazing. Our group was 8 adults and 3 children aged 4, 1 and 1 and the barn catered for us perfectly. After booking we spoke a few times to the owners to discuss our stay and they went out of their way to provide us with facilities to accomodate our young children including stair gates a play pen and high chair as well as the books and toys. On our day of arrival the owners contacted us to advise us of very bad weather to allow us to prepare with things like wellingtons and raincoats which was considerate. Due to flooded roads en route we arrived very late but were still greeted at the barn and shown around as well as welcomed with a cake and some wine. The barn is well laid out and we loved the hot tub even in the rain, looking at the surrounding viaduct and peaks covered in rain clouds while soaking in a hot bubbly tub is quite an amazing experience. Nothing was too much trouble for the owners and even with truly dreadful weather everybody had a memorable time and would certainly go back. The owners even rang to say my wife had left an item of clothing and returned it by post free of charge for us.

6 Blondes & a brunette
Mon 10th December 2012
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7 girls descended on this beautiful converted barn for some R&R;! The house has been done to a very high standard - it has a lovely homely feel to it - with breathtaking scenery. On our second night we had a private chef come cook for us - a real treat. (White Rose Caterers!). Simply wonderful. We were welcomed with a lovely homemade cake and wine. The hosts who live on the working farm are great! They not only gave us a lift to and from the local pub but they joined in on our last night of fun at the house. They really are so welcoming. There is nothing bad or negative to be said about this house or our stay at 3 Peaks Barn. We will most certainly be going back. Thoroughly recommend to a family or to a group of ladies that want a rural 'get away from it all'. Enjoy - from 6 blondes & a brunette!

Shona A
Tue 14th May 2013
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Just returned from a special birthday celebration at Three Peaks Barn. There was 6 couples staying at the barn and it exceeded my expectations. There is such a high quality finish and everything you could need and more. The hot tub was perfect even when there was gale force winds and heavy rain we made the most of it. The living room is designed in such a way that you can move the furniture round to suit your needs and the pool table was a well used accessory. The bedrooms were well laid out and would also be ideal for three families to share and the beds were so comfy I wanted to take mine home. As well as internally we had the breath taking views (when it wasn't foggy) and little lambs in the field next to us. I cant praise the owners enough and they left us bottles of red & white wine and a gorgeous cake and then when they realised it was a birthday celebration they gave the birthday boy a bottle of Champagne. The only down side that doesn't reflect on the cottage is that the walk to the pub is longer than10 minutes and due to the bad weather we popped to the Coop in Ingleton and made a meal in the barn and jumped in the hot tub instead. Highly recommended and already trying to plan a trip back.

Mark OH
Fri 21st June 2013
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Beautiful views from a fantastic property with a spacious hot tu

With the hills all around, and the impressive Ribblehead Viaduct nearby, this really is an amazing location. I was very impressed by the standard of decor, the level of comfort and the well equipped kitchen, not to mention the hot tub, open fire and pool table. We've already booked for next year.

Tue 3rd September 2013
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Amazing place!

What a lovely holiday! The barn has been refurbished to an incredible standard, I don't think I've ever stayed anywhere so nice before. The location is really beautiful and views are amazing. I'd recommend going to the caves up the road, the Ingleton Waterfalls walk is good fun too. You feel like you're in the middle of nowhere (which is lovely!) but equally, Ingleton is just up the road if you need anything. The couple who run the farm are lovely and even let us come and meet a new born calf which my nephews really enjoyed. The hot tub is an added bonus and are a nice way to spend the evening. Overall, a really enjoyable holiday and I would definitely recommend to anyone. The only negative thing I can think if is that the barn is one mile off the main road and it's full of potholes so careful with your car! It wouldn't put me off though and I would definitely go again.

Mon 25th November 2013
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Everything we wanted and more.

What a fantastic holiday! We wanted a lovely lazy break with a few mod cons and thats what we got.The hot tub was a big hit how relaxing whatever time of day.The views were fantastic the peace and quiet was lovely with walks nearby.The Barn is high spec Diane has thought of everything Pool table,Wifi ,games books we had such fun.A lovely welcome when we got there nothing was too much trouble.Definitely go back.We would strongly recommend you go and stay here,we were very reluctant to leave which is always sign of a good holiday.A big thank you Diane and family.