Luddenden 1.4 miles.
This lovely cottage is part of a group of weaver’s cottages set just under two miles from the conservation village of Luddenden, West Yorkshire.
This lovely, restored 19th century underdwelling weaver’s cottage, once housed mill workers from the nearby Jowler Mill and is set in a wooded valley by a stream, offering magnificent views of the valley and surrounding area and is ideal for getting away from it all and enjoying a romantic break.
The comfortably furnished sitting room on the ground floor is dual aspect to take advantage of the views, together with the well-equipped kitchen which has a dining area.
The comfortable bedrooms are on the first floor and both overlook the valley and the Luddenden Brook which flows down from the hills through the valleys to the River Calder.
Why not take advantage of the covered patio and enjoy a drink after a day’s sightseeing, listening to the trickling brook and taking in the views?
The local pub is just a 10 minute walk away along a footpath, through fields and woods, and offers good food and beers as well as renowned Yorkshire hospitality.
Enjoy exhilarating walks from the doorstep through Jerusalem Farm Nature Reserve.
Alternatively, venture further afield across the scenic moors to explore nearby Hebden Bridge, Haworth, and the bustling town of Skipton, all within an easy drive.
Watch out for the Ted Hughes Festival taking place in the nearby town of Mytholmroyd, his birthplace, or visit Shibden Hall, a superb 600 year old timber manor house set within 90 acres of the Shibden Valley.
A charming cottage for a relaxing break at any time of the year.
Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x single with pull-out stacker bed. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Sitting room with gas fire.
About the location
Hebden Bridge 4 miles; Halifax 6 miles.
Luddenden is a conservation village in Calderdale, close to Hebden Bridge. The community is first mentioned in 1284, and in 1375 a corn mill was moved from Warley Town to exploit the Luddenden Brook. Nearby, the attractive town of Hebden Bridge is the home to the picturesque Rochdale Canal and a delightful Victorian railway station. The town of Mytholmroyd is an easy drive away, the birthplace of Poet Laureate Ted Hughes, and famous for the Cragg Vale Coiners. This is excellent walking country, with the National Trust Hardcastle Crags and the Pennine Way, plus the area hosted the Tour De France in 2014. Enjoy scenic drives and cycling across the moors, whilst nearby Haworth boasts the Parsonage Museum commemorating the famous Bronte family who lived there. The area is also a must for steam railway enthusiasts who will enjoy the thriving Worth Valley Railway, whilst the highly-acclaimed Eureka Museum in Halifax is noted for its unique Piece Hall and its Victorian architecture.