Our home is in the peaceful village of Cullingworth the starting place of the Great Northern Railway Trail. The Manor is of Victorian period and whilst we aim to meet the needs of all our guests we are not suitable for wheelchair users as all our rooms are situated on the first and second floors. People with limited mobility may also find it difficult.
The Manor is located at the brow of a horse-shoe shaped road (Sutton Drive), and the house is set back between two pillars.
The nearest shops are on the main street in the village and are about 10 minutes walk.
The nearest bus stop is only 5mins walk.
The nearest railway station is either Bingley or Keighley, both approximately 5 miles away.
There is a local village taxi firm which are able to make advanced bookings if required.
We regret to advise that we do not accept pets.
Brochures and menus can be provided in large print if required. Unfortunately we do not have the facilities to prepare documents in Braille.
Our website www.cullingworthmanor.co.uk provides pictures of our accommodation and other information you might find useful.
Arrival and Car Parking
Please advise us of your anticipated time of arrival so that we can make sure we are here to welcome you.
Check in time is after 2.00pm (1400hrs) unless otherwise pre-arranged.
Parking is on a level drive consisting of gravel and cobbles at the front of the house. We offer assistance with luggage.
There is one small step (18cm) into the cloakroom area then two further small steps (12cm & 17cm,) into the main house where you are able to check-in.
The front door is usually open. Please ring the bell on arrival.
Guest Accommodation – Public Areas
Upon entrance the check-in area is in a room directly to the left where you check-in and pick up your keys. When leaving the check-in area a hallway to the left (15 feet long) leads to the Lounge/Dining area which is on the right-hand side. Also to the right is the main staircase (14 treads all