Five star award for Elder Lea

Mayor of Calderdale Pat Allen visits Elder Lea House in Rastrick to celebrate it becoming the first in Calderdale to receive a five star rating and a gold award from Visit England. Mayors consort Robert Weeks, Mayor of Calderdale Cou Pat Allen David and Dawn Collins and Rick Cowling.
Mayor of Calderdale Pat Allen visits Elder Lea House in Rastrick to celebrate it becoming the first in Calderdale to receive a five star rating and a gold award from Visit England. Mayors consort Robert Weeks, Mayor of Calderdale Cou Pat Allen David and Dawn Collins and Rick Cowling.

A Rastrick guest house is celebrating after becoming the only five star guest house in Calderdale.

Elder Lea House, run by David and Dawn Collins, was paid a visit by Calderdale’s Mayor Councillor Pat Allen and her consort Robert Weeks.

They were given a guided tour of the guest rooms and award winning gardens followed by afternoon tea in the guest lounge.

Elder Lea House has been offering accommodation to business and tourism guests visiting Calderdale since 2000 and has a Gold Award for Service and a Breakfast Award from the UK’s official body, Visit England.

While David and Dawn love meeting new guests who return many times, they have decided to retire and put Elder Lea House on the market.

But they most sincerely hope whoever purchases it will continue to offer the high standards for which they have become nationally known.

The concept of Elder Lea House is to offer quality accommodation in a family home situation without the appearance of a standard hotel room.