Edale House dates c 1836 georgian style and was converted into a B&B 20 yrs ago and comprises a guest lounge, 6 ensuite flexible option bedrooms and full cycle storage and CYTECH mechanic on site.
Edale House was built sometime between 1850 and 1860 and was originally known as Parkend Villa.
Until the last quarter of the 19 Century Parkend was a major industrialised centre for the processing of iron ore. Later coal mining became the
pre-eminent industry gradually tailing off in the 1940/50’s
In the years, before and immediately after the Second World War this building was used as a doctor’s surgery and the home of Bill Tandy, Author of “Doctor in the Forest”. A copy of his book is available to borrow in the Resident’s lounge and gives a flavour of the area in those days.
The property was converted to a guest house in the mid 1990’s to provide 6 letting rooms, residents lounge and bar
From around £54.00
- Dogs Welcome
- Secure Bike Lockup
- Bike Washing
- Clothes Washing
- Credit Cards
- Licensed Bar
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Folly Road, Parkend, GL15 4JF
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