- Cot available
- Highchair available
- Pub/shop < 1 mile
- Washing machine
This traditional, stone-built, mid-terrace cottage is just a short walk from the high street of the popular market town of Hebden Bridge. Renovated to a good standard throughout, this Hebden Bridge cottage has been decorated and furnished in a contemporary style, providing an ideal holiday home for couples and small families looking to uncover the delights of this beautiful area. Set over four floors and offering flexible sleeping arrangements, this Hebden Bridge cottage has two wonderful bedrooms, including a stylish king-size double room, which can be made into a twin, and a modern shower room. This Hebden Bridge cottage also features a cosy, well-equipped kitchen on the lower ground floor. There is a spacious sitting room boasting a lovely feature fireplace, and a dining area where everyone can gather to plan the day’s adventures around the Yorkshire Dales. This Hebden Bridge cottage is an easy walk away from the town centre, with its selection of curiosity shops. Sample tea and scones served in the intervals at the old cinema, and when the sun goes down, enjoy Hebden Bridge’s lively nightlife! Spanning across the Bronte Moors, there is an abundance of walking trails leading right from the doorstep of this Hebden Bridge cottage. 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 an easy drive away, this Hebden Bridge cottage is a superb base for exploring West Yorkshire, at any time of the year!
Over four floors. Two bedrooms: 1 x king-size double (zip/link, can be twin on request), 1 x second floor king-size double. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Lower ground floor kitchen. Sitting room with dining area.
- Gas central heating
- Gas oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, TV with Freeview, DVD, CD/radio, selection of books and games
- Fuel and power inc. in rent
- Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
- Cot and highchair
- Free roadside parking for 1 car outside cottage
- One well-behaved dog welcome
- Sorry, no smoking
- Shop and pub 3 mins walk
- Train station 10 mins walk
- Note: The stairs are quite steep and may be unsuitable for the less mobile, young children to be supervised
- Note: Typical period mill worker's cottage with compact bathroom and basin in shower
- Last minute
- “Broughton House was absolutely charming and a lovely conversion job has been conducted on the house. The kitchen was VERY well equipped, the best I've ever seen and there was a good selection of books, DVDs and games. The bathroom is small but that's the nature of the house, it was all very pretty. The beds were comfortable, the house warm, and overall we had a wonderful stay. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend it to friends and hope we get an opportunity to stay there again. The location is great, very close to town. The key code box meant there was ease of getting in as we arrived late at night.”
- “The house was very cute and cosy and not to far to walk into Hebden Bridge.”
About the location
Haworth 5 miles; Halifax 7 miles; Skipton 18 miles; Holmfirth 19 miles
The attractive, little Pennine town of Hebden Bridge sits within the Calderdale area and provides home to the picturesque Rochdale Canal and a delightful Victorian railway station. Excellent walking country, with the National Trust owned Hardcastle Crags and the Pennine Way close by, this delightful location is also the first 'Walkers are Welcome' town in the UK, a scheme supported by the Ramblers’ Association. Alternatively, scenic drives and fabulous cycling, as featured on 2nd stage of the 2014 Tour de France and the 2015 Tour de Yorkshire, can be enjoyed from your doorstep. Journey to Haworth where the splendid Parsonage Museum commemorates 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 is in Halifax, noted for its unique Piece Hall and its Victorian architecture. The stunning architecture of the Dean Clough complex should also be admired and is just seven miles away. Skipton, “Gateway to the Dales” and Holmfirth, recognised from Last of the Summer Wine, are both easy and scenic car rides away.