Bed and Breakfast
In the north eastern corner of the Peak District high up in the Ewden Valley is our family-run bed and breakfast at Broomhead Farm. With magnificent views down over the Broomhead reservoir and barely a house in sight, it is hard to believe that we are only 30 minutes from Leeds and Sheffield.
The estate has been in the Wilson family for more than 700 years and we run a working upland sheep farm. Ours is the fourth house on the site and we are gradually restoring the Victorian gardens which are at their best in the spring when the rhododendrons and azaleas are in bloom. The site was a Cromwellian stronghold in the Civil War and we will be glad to tell you more of its history.
At Broomhead Farm Bed and Breakfast we offer you a most comfortable and relaxing stay at our newly converted former stable block.
Downstairs you have your own comfortable book-lined sitting room with a wood burner, providing an idyllic space to relax after a hard day’s hiking or sightseeing in the local area. Upstairs you have a double en-suite bedroom and a twin en-suite bedroom.
You will wake up to a spectacular view from your en-suite bedroom and have breakfast in the dining room. After a hearty breakfast, we encourage you to put on your hiking boots and explore the local area.
There is plenty to see and do with Sheffield, Leeds, Holmfirth, and the Peak District on your doorstep.
We have taken every care to provide the best possible breakfast. We bake our own bread with locally stone-ground flour and source as much food as possible from local producers. We have scoured the area for the best ingredients which have to be passed by two very fussy critics, our two boys, Johnny and Eddie.
Bed & Breakfast Pricing
Double & Twin Rooms
Both With Bath
What You Need To Know
Check Out 10.30am
Breakfast is served from 7.30am – 9.30am
English & Continental Breakfast
Families are welcome
Broomhead Estate Gallery
Relaxing Yorkshire Holiday
With so much to see and do in the areas surrounding Broomhead Farm, we have included some useful links to help you plan your stay. We are also happy to recommend places we feel may be of interest.
Why not visit Holmfirth, filming location for the BBC series “Last of the Summer Wine”, visit the programme’s exhibition centre or have a refreshing cup of tea at Wrinkled Stocking Tea Room? You could also visit Penistone, which is the highest market town in the country. There is something to do for everyone in the local area.
If you are wanting to take advantage of the 200 mile expanse of the Pennine Bridleways, why not bring your horse for a wonderful riding holiday or even your mountain bike.