Welcome to White Cross Farm Bed & Breakfast In Emley Near Huddersfield !

White Cross Farm is set just outside the small village of Emley, in the rolling foothills of the adjacent South Pennines and Peak District National Park, yet only 5 miles from junctions 38/39 of the M1.


This bed and breakfast is newly opened and refurbished, come and try us.

 

Now a mixed working farm, this homely 16th century farmhouse, built by the Cistercian monks of Byland Abbey for Working ore and breeding sheep, is now a listed building. Constructed in stone, it has retained many aspects of its original character.

 

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  • simon rogers (Sunday, January 26 14 09:19 pm GMT)

    If u like the countryside this farmhouse b n b is 4 u.Made 2 feel very welcome by the owners n breakfast was very good. pub in village does great meals n has wide variety of ales.Its a working farm
    ,great views with own coal fire in room.will b back again soon.thanks

  • David Lewis (Friday, November 01 13 12:35 pm GMT)

    Stayed for 3 days in September. Very comfortable with good services. The breakfast was delicious (and too much really!) with careful personal attention. Recommended.

  • Robert (Thursday, May 23 13 05:42 pm BST)

    Perfect stay, sadly just the one night this time, but made very welcome. Will be back, thanks again.

  • Michael (Wednesday, April 24 13 09:46 pm BST)

    Very friendly cosy warm and comfortable. Not often you get your own lounge with woodburning stove in a b&b. Owners could not do enough for us. Thank you

  • Sean Hogg (Tuesday, September 18 12 08:40 pm BST)

    thank you Richard and Kathleen, i felt like a member of your family. I will get the beers when i come back! Great country B&B.

  • Helen (Sunday, May 06 12 03:07 pm BST)

    This bed and breakfast was excellent quality and very homely. The staff where very friendly and welcoming. I would definitely recommend this bed and breakfast.