This traditional, end-terrace Victorian cottage is situated in a quiet position just a five minute walk from the centre of Haworth.
The cottage has been renovated to a high standard whilst retaining period features and provides an ideal base for a family, with plenty to do and see nearby.
On the ground floor is a well-equipped kitchen, a spacious sitting room with a dining area and also a gas flame fire – perfect for those chilly nights after a day exploring the Yorkshire countryside.
On the first floor is a large bedroom with a comfy king-sized bed, a second bedroom with a single bed, plus a bathroom.
The third bedroom is on the second floor and has a comfy double bed and a TV.
Steeped in literary history and formerly home to the Bronte sisters, Haworth has much to offer, including traditional pubs, restaurants and cafes, a variety of walks and many events throughout the year.
There is also the Worth Valley Steam Railway, the setting for the film ‘The Railway Children’, which has a station in Haworth.
Skipton is nearby with its cobbled streets, delightful castle and market and is well worth a visit.
A short drive over the moors is the ever-popular town of Hebden Bridge with its many independent shops, bars and restaurants.
This lovely cottage is an ideal base to explore the Bronte Country and the Yorkshire Dales at any time of the year.
Over three floors. Three bedrooms: 1 x king-size double, 1 x second floor double with TV, 1 x single. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen. Sitting room with dining area and gas fire.
About the location
Skipton 10 miles; Hebden Bridge 10 miles.
The small village of Haworth was home to the famous Bronte sisters, who were inspired by the surrounding moorland to pen their novels, which have become classics of English Literature. Haworth is a village that time almost forgot, with its myriad of curiosity and antique shops, alleyways and cobbled streets creating a wonderful period atmosphere, all set against a framing backdrop of countryside famously described in the novel Wuthering Heights as wild, rugged and barren. Nearby, the famous Keighley and Worth Valley Railway, an authentic steam railway brought to prominence in the film The Railway Children, provides a lovely day out with a regular service to the old village of Oxenhope. The area abounds with popular places to visit, including the Bronte Parsonage Museum, East Riddlesden Hall, and the National Railway Museum in York. The market town of Skipton, often fondly regarded as the Gateway to the Yorkshire Dales, is just a short drive away, and also within reach are elegant Harrogate and vibrant Leeds and Manchester.