B&B Recommendation

Diamond Awl Leather Course

The Old Bell Inn is also in close proximity of my studio (10 minute drive), and is another place I  highly recommend as a place to stay.

http://theoldbellinn.co.uk/

10% SPECIAL DISCOUNT PER ROOM FOR DIAMOND AWL STUDENTS!!
Please contact The Old Bell Inn and quote “DIAMOND AWL RATE

The Old Bell Inn
Huddersfield Road,
Delph,
Saddleworth
OL3 5EG
Contact: info@theoldbellinn.co.uk
Tel: +44 (0) 1457 870130

The Old Bell Inn
The Old Bell Inn is situated in the beautiful Saddleworth village of Delph, we are only thirty minutes away from the centre of Manchester, five miles from Oldham town centre and ten minutes from the M62 between Manchester and Leeds.

We are an 18 bedroomed, four star AA and VisitEngland accredited Inn. We have a Brasserie and a Restaurant and our local, well known and respected head chef brings an extra touch of creativity to his menus. We provide fine food, quality beers, wines and spirits and an excellent standard of accommodation.

This 18th century Coaching House is steeped in history and has been carefully transformed to reflect a clever mix of traditional old English warmth with contemporary luxury.

Bed and Breakfast

The Shippon Guest House is in close proximity of my studio (10 minute drive), and I highly recommend as a place to stay.

http://www.the-shippon.co.uk/

SPECIAL RATE FOR DIAMOND AWL STUDENTS!!
Please contact The Shippon and let them know you are coming on the Leather course.

Saddleworth Guest House
The Shippon,
Lower Hill Top Farm,
Grains Road ,
Delph,
Oldham ,
OL3 5RL
Contact: info@the-shippon.co.uk
Tel: +44 (0) 1457 872357

The Shippon
According to the beautifully carved stone lintel above the door, the Farm at Lower Hill Top dates back to around 1746. Originally built as an imposing family residence by the prominent local industrialists, the Lees family, the house and out-buildings were constructed to an exacting standard in both design and quality.

From the remains of a ‘water wheel’ used to churn butter in the dairy, to a listed dry-stone wall used for drying wool, we can gain a fascinating insight into the unique and charming history of the Farm.

The journey to transform The Shippon from a ‘cow shed’ to a stylish and contemporary accommodation was conceived during the summer of 2005. Over the subsequent 12 months we have endeavoured to follow the philosophy of design and quality set out by the Lees family.