So named after Stoodley Pike which is a 1300 feet high (400mtrs) hill in the south Pennines, noted for the 121 feet (37mtr) high Stoodley Pike monument at its summit. This dominates the moors above Todmorden and can be seen from many miles around. The present day monument was designed in 1854 by local architect James Green the monument replaced an earlier wooden structure commemorating the defeat of Napoleon in 1814. It was completed in 1815 after the battle of waterloo but collapsed in 1854 following a lightening strike. This room has expansive views north across the Pennine range. It is en suite with roll top bath and separate shower, newly decorated with quality fittings.
All Rooms Non-Smoking, Alarm Clock, Bathrobes, Broadband/High Speed Internet Access, Central Heating, Choice of pillows, Cafetiere, Complementary biscuits, Connecting Rooms, Cot on Request, Daily Housekeeping, Designer Toiletries, Duvet, DVD Player, Early Check In, Egyptian Cotton Linen, En Suite, Extra Linen On Request,Games Console on request, Hair Dryer In Room, Heated Towel Rails, Iron and Ironing Board on request, Kettle, King Size Bed, Laptop Safe, Late Check Out, LCD/Plasma Television, Make Up Mirror, Personal Safe, Radio, Sky Satellite TV, Shoe Shine, Shower En Suite, Telephone with Free Local Calls, Tea/Coffee, Trouser Press, Wake Up Calls
From £79.95 Single to £99.95 double per night for a three night stay