About Grange Fell
The faces behind Grange Fell Bed and breakfast are Tracey Hollowood and Diane Anderson who moved in four years ago and devote as much time as they can to their beautiful Edwardian home which was built in 1912. Running a Bed and Breakfast is more like sharing their home and gardens with friends old and new.
Originally from Manchester and both trained artists and teachers, Diane and Tracey provide a warm welcome and good food in their lovely house which sits just where the Pennine Way and Pendle Way meet. Their guests are a lovely eclectic mix of walkers, cyclists, holiday makers, business people and even a few artists, musicians and actors. The breakfast table can be a lively meeting of new friends as guests get to know each other as they eat and chat. Tracey’s cooking is renowned from the perfectly cooked full English breakfast, warming porridge with honey, hot toast with homemade jams or a choice of continental pastries and bread.
Although kept away from the hubbub of the public parts of the house, Diane and Tracey own four beautiful Burmese cats who overwhelm everyone they meet with love and affection. If you like cats and would like to meet them please ask, they revel in tickles and cuddles and love meeting new people.
Of course being artists and teachers plays a big part in their lives and their studio in the rear garden is a popular attraction for curious guests.
Please contact us for more information.