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Beautifully appointed room, excellent modern facilities, extremely hospitable and friendly hosts who left no stone unturned and went the extra mile, with lots of little extras, in doing all they could to make us feel welcome and fully at home in their wonderful house. Outstanding...More
As you sit and have breakfast you are surrounded by 17 Award Certificates for excellence. This meant our expectations were high and we were not dissappointed.
Fantastic breakfast with a huge choice of home-made preserves, home cooked porridge, home baked bread and croissants.
We felt like we had gone to visit some extremely hospitable relatives without any of the downside of staying with relatives.
Our room and bathroom were perfect and had everything you could want. Vivian and Phillip are the perfect hosts. Helpful without being overly so....More
It is very difficult to summarise just how good Underleigh House is.The attention to detail is superb. The breakfasts and cake are amazing and the accommodation is first class. Nothing is too much trouble for Vivienne and Philip.
Underleigh House is a first class B&B in a very quiet lane just outside Hope. Philip and Vivienne are wonderful hosts and relaxation begins as soon as you arrive and are greeted with tea and cake.
Our room was extremely comfortable and had everything you...More
Response from Vivienne T | Property representative |
Underleigh House is about 2 miles from Hope station (and about 1 mile from Hope village centre). We are quite happy to collect guests from the station if they advise us of their train arrival time. (We will also return gusts... More
Underleigh House is about 2 miles from Hope station (and about 1 mile from Hope village centre). We are quite happy to collect guests from the station if they advise us of their train arrival time. (We will also return gusts to the station on their final day.)