A delightful, stone-built terraced cottage set on a high ridge overlooking the tiny hamlet of Cragg Vale, with breathtaking views of the valley and surrounding countryside, four miles from Hebden Bridge.
This Cragg Vale cottage is one of three first-class holiday cottages in this beautiful and undiscovered location.
This Cragg Vale cottage boasts quality accommodation, including a charming master bedroom with Velux window to take advantage of the views, an open plan living area with full length patio doors leading to the terrace, a designer kitchen, and a lovely contemporary feel throughout the accommodation.
Visit nearby Hebden Bridge with its lively nightlife, curiosity shops and the old cinema where they serve tea and scones at the interval.
Enjoy walks from the doorstep of this Cragg Vale cottage onto the nearby moorland, or, just a few miles away, take in the delights of the Bronte Moors, visit the village of Heptonstall with its two historic pubs, or explore the home of the Bronte sisters in nearby Haworth.
With the bustling town of Skipton also within an easy drive, this is a superb Cragg Vale cottage at any time of the year.
Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, power shower over, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area overlooking the terrace.
About the location
Hebden Bridge 4 miles.
The beautiful Pennine hamlet of Cragg Vale is situated on the steep and winding Cragg Road and is the longest incline in England, still a major challenge to cyclists. The road winds its way up to beautiful heather-clad moorland, 1000 feet above sea level, and wooded cloughs and babbling brooks that cascade down the hillsides beckon the walker to explore the countryside. On the other side of the valley is the village of Luddenden and the glorious oak woodlands that make up Jerusalem Farm, a local nature reserve made famous by TV's In Loving Memory. In fact, this beautiful area has also featured in TV shows Happy Valley and Last Tango in Halifax. Nearby Hebden Bridge is a diverse and bohemian town home to restaurants, bars, bistros, markets, an independent cinema, art galleries, and the picturesque Rochdale Canal. A scenic car ride over the moors takes you to the splendid Parsonage Museum which commemorates the famous Bronte family. The area is a must for steam railway enthusiasts who will enjoy the thriving Worth Valley Railway. Skipton, "Gateway to the Dales", is also an easy and scenic car ride away.