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Marsh Royd Barn – Home 5831167 Barn

  • 5 bedrooms
  • 13 sleeps
  •  min stay varies

Barn / 5 bedrooms / 4 bathrooms / sleeps 13

Key Info

  • Child friendly
  • Car advised
  • Ask about pets
  • Private garden

Description from owner

Description

Marsh Royd Barn is a piece of luxurious heaven right here in rustic Castle Hill, Huddersfield, West Yorkshire.

A privately owned barn conversion, this unique holiday self-catering accommodation offers the discerning traveller plenty of comfort and opulence in a beautiful setting below the iconic Victoria Tower of Castle Hill – Huddersfield's landmark that can be seen for miles.

Ideal for families or groups of friends, every room has been intentionally designed to promote a sense of wellbeing and relaxation. Marsh Royd Barn has central access to both town and country – from Huddersfield town centre to national parks. The Peak District, Marsden Moors, as well as the quaint villages of Holmfirth in the Holme Valley, and Marsden in The Colne Valley are a short drive away.

The large entrance archway has been thoughtfully designed to allow sun light to flood through the centre of the building (both storeys). There is driveway parking for five average sized cars.

Marsh Royd Barn is a piece of luxurious heaven right here in rustic Castle Hill, Huddersfield, West Yorkshire.

A privately owned barn conversion, this unique holiday self-catering accommodation offers the discerning traveller plenty of comfort and opulence in a beautiful setting below the iconic Victoria Tower of Castle Hill – Huddersfield's landmark that can be seen for miles.

Ideal for families or groups of friends, every room has been intentionally designed to promote a sense of wellbeing and relaxation. Marsh Royd Barn has central access to both town and country – from Huddersfield town centre to national parks. The Peak District, Marsden Moors, as well as the quaint villages of Holmfirth in the Holme Valley, and Marsden in The Colne Valley are a short drive away.

The large entrance archway has been thoughtfully designed to allow sun light to flood through the centre of the building (both storeys). There is driveway parking for five average sized cars.

We have considered all aspects to make your stay with us as comfortable and as safe as possible - from smoke and carbon monoxide detectors; emergency supplies of bathroom and kitchen items to a first aid kit; baby changing table, high chair and travel cot bed, to bathrobes and slippers – all with you to have the utmost ease and reassurance in mind.

Downstairs there is also a fully equipped laundry room with state of the art equipment for your convenience. We have a washing machine, drier (not coin operated and freely available to use), rotary iron and standard iron and ironing board. There is also a supply of detergents and materials for your convenience. Also, this is an excellent place to hang your coats.

There is also internet, wifi, SKY TV, and a universal charger, including for iPad and iPhones.

Explore the rich character, heritage, and natural beauty of the surrounding areas of the southern Pennines from the calm splendour and convenience of Marsh Royd Barn, and we truly hope that everyone who visits here has a wonderful stay.

Location description from owner

The West Yorkshire region

Accolades for Yorkshire as a tourist destination keep rolling in.

'Yorkshire is the third best region in the world,' according to Lonely Planet's 2014 Best in Travel list.

'Yorkshire has been named best European travel destination at the World Travel Awards for the second consecutive year.' The county was named Europe's leading destination for the second year in a row at the “World Travel Awards”, voted for by travel industry professionals.

'Yorkshire has been named as one of the top places in the world to visit in 2014,' in a new travel booklet.
With over eight hundred attractions, Yorkshire is an impressive place of rugged moorlands, heritage homes and cosy pubs and artisan breweries and local produce, abbey ruins, such as Bolton Abbey in the Yorkshire Dales, and majestic buildings like the 13th Century York Minster cathedral, Haworth home village of the Bronte sisters to the industrial revolution heritage towns, picturesque villages like Holmfirth and Hebden Bridge, and canals that echo of a time past and regeneration of mills for contemporary times.

Modern city life of Leeds, coastal towns of Scarborough and Whitby – with others dotted along the coastline where eastern Yorkshire meets the North Sea – and of course, the welcoming Yorkshire folk.
There is so much to explore.

Northern England

Castle Hill is Huddersfield's iconic landmark and can be seen for miles.

Up on Castle Hill itself, the views stretch for miles too in all directions – towards Leeds, Manchester, Holmfirth and Wakefield. Archaeological digs show that the area was occupied 4,000 years ago, and since then there is archaeological evidence of the Iron Age, and the Romans who settled at Castle Hill thanks to its strategic location with the rivers Colne and Holme nearby. After the Romans, came the Saxons and with them settled peace in the region.

Huddersfield was a Saxon market town, and its name probably came from the meaning 'the field belong to Hather or Huther.' In the Domesday Book the name of Oderesfelt is cited, and this has evolved over the years to Huddersfield.

With the surrounding sheep country and the ready availability of water Huddersfield became a textile town before the industrial revolution, noted for its fine woollen worsted cloth. Mechanisation brought growth, and great wealth for some, and the town gained its canal system and the railway to transport goods. The canal system has been renovated, and the highest, longest (3 miles 135 yards) and deepest canal tunnel in the country, Standedge, is a major attraction. There are walks, pubs and restaurants elsewhere along the canals, taking advantage of the magical draw of the waterside. The Huddersfield Narrow Canal stretches the length of the Colne Valley through quaint villages of Slaithwaite and Marsden, with their arts and crafts shops and artisan beer, bakeries and cafes.

The railway station in Huddersfield is a magnificent piece of Victoriana, once dubbed 'A stately home with trains in'. Outside the station there is now a bronze of one of Huddersfield's most famous sons, Prime Minister Harold Wilson. There are a lot more architectural splendours to enjoy in the town, which has the third highest number of listed buildings of any town or city in the country. An example is the characterful charm of Byram Arcade.
There is something for everything in the area – sport and the great outdoors, shopping and relaxation, heritage trails, and things to do with the whole family.

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Families

  • Great for children of all ages
  • Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner
  • Cot available
  • High chair available

Bed & bathroom

  • 5 Double Beds, 1 Bunk Bed, 1 Cot available
  • 2 Family bathrooms, 2 En suites

Amenities

  • Wi-Fi available
  • Private garden
  • Internet access
  • Central heating
  • Cooker
  • Fridge
  • Freezer
  • Microwave
  • Toaster
  • Kettle
  • Dishwasher
  • Washing machine
  • Clothes dryer
  • Iron
  • High chair available
  • TV
  • Satellite TV
  • Hair dryer
  • Linen provided
  • Towels provided

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Access

  • Parking
  • Secure parking
  • Not suitable for wheelchair users

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This rental can only be paid for online through Holiday Lettings using your credit/debit card or PayPal (never by bank or wire transfer).
Smoking
No smoking at this property
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About the owner

Claudia and Greg R
Response rate:
70%
Calendar updated::
04 Dec 2016
Overall rating:

Languages spoken: English


This Barn has 5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms and sleeps 13. It’s been listed on Holiday Lettings since 10 Feb 2015. Located in Huddersfield, it has 5 reviews with an overall rating of 5. The average weekly rate varies from £1750 to £3500.

The Owner has a response rate of 70% and the property’s calendar was last updated on 04 Dec 2016.

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“Lovely house”

Reviewed 11 May 2015

We had an excellent bank holiday stay at Marsh Royd Barn. The house comfortably fit our party (13), and every bed was really comfy. The countryside location is perfect for outdoor activities, but with easy access to the centre of town. There were nice touches right down to the dressing gowns for each guest! Thoroughly recommended. Special mention for Claudia and Greg who made extra efforts to meet any requests, and Tony the house manager who contacted us to let us know about a forgotten jacket.

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