A detached house set in its own grounds on the edge of Oxenhope just two miles from Haworth.
A much-loved holiday home providing an ideal location for a family or a few friends to get away from it all and experience the many delights of this historic area.
Comfortably appointed throughout, there are two first floor bedrooms, both of which have distant views of the village and fells.
The cosy, sitting room has two main windows providing a lovely bright and cheery feel to the room, a perfect place to relax after a hard day out on Top Withens.
A spacious, well-equipped kitchen with adjoining dining area and a ground floor sitting room ensure that guests have everything they need for that well deserved break in this ever popular area.
Outside, the cottage boasts garden areas to three sides, mainly to the rear where there is a mature garden and a small sitting area.
Just a short walk takes guests to the centre of the village and the famous Oxenhope railway is just a five minute walk away.
There are excellent walks throughout the area and a short drive to Haworth provides fabulous walking, including Top Withens, the setting for Wuthering Heights.
Steeped in literary history and home to the Bronte sisters, Haworth has much to offer, including many festivals and weekly events throughout the summer.
Just over the moor, guests can enjoy the many delights of Hebden Bridge, which include curiosity shops, lively nightlife, and also the old cinema where tea and scones are served during the screenings.
Skipton is just a short drive and a little further afield, the Victorian spa town of Harrogate boasts elegant buildings, a variety of shops, an excellent theatre and the Royal Pump Room Museum.
A lovely place to stay whatever the time of year.
About the location
Haworth 2 miles; Hebden Bridge 6 miles; Skipton 14 miles.
The small village of Oxenhope lies amid wonderful scenery, and offers the chance to take advantage of the multitude of walks in the area. The village, with its shops, churches and pubs, is home to the terminus for the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway, an authentic steam railway brought to prominence in the film The Railway Children, which runs on a regular basis to Haworth and on down to Keighley. The area was made famous by the Bronte sisters, and the outstanding countryside was famously described in the novel Wuthering Heights as wild, rugged and barren. The area abounds with popular places to visit; the cobbled streets of Haworth, the Bronte Parsonage Museum, East Riddlesden Hall, and the Museum of Rail. The market town of Skipton, known as the Gateway to the Yorkshire Dales, is a short drive away, and also within reach are elegant Harrogate and vibrant Leeds.