An outstanding, detached farmhouse with panoramic views over sweeping valleys stretching for miles.
This spacious house provides welcoming and stylish accommodation within its own fifteen-acre grounds.
Perfect for groups or families, this beautiful house promises a peaceful stay all year round.
It is secluded and excellently appointed, and includes its own hot tub that rests in a walled garden enjoying 360 degree views over quiet valleys and dramatic open moorland, rich in wildlife.
Enter through an impressive hallway, with sweeping stone steps and flagstone floors.
Sit and relax with a glass of wine in one of the two separate sitting rooms, with large comfortable sofas, exposed beams and a wood burning stove to warm those cooler nights.
The centre-piece of the house is a huge open plan kitchen and dining area, featuring a dining table which seats the entire party of up to 14, as well as a leather chesterfield sofa and a cosy wood-burning effect, electric stove.
The kitchen is full of character with granite counter tops, A-framed beams and a classic, modern four oven electric AGA range cooker.
Downstairs is a beautiful bedroom with en-suite shower room.
Upstairs is a superb family master bedroom suite with super king-sized bed, leading to both a room with bunk beds, and to an en-suite shower room with double basins.
There is a further stunning en-suite king-size bedroom, as well as a bedroom with king-sized mahogany sleigh bed, and two stylish twin rooms.
There is a lovely family bathroom with separate shower and roll-top bath.
Wake up to the glorious scenery, then wander outside to take in the landscape in its entirety, whilst you relax on one of two patio areas, or enjoy a warm soak in the hot tub.
Quiet footpaths trail through the valley, where deer, owl and pheasants potter, and guests will find plenty of pretty, secluded spaces perfect for picnics.
There are excellent walks and cycle rides accessible direct from the property.
A cosy local pub is within walking distance, and a farm shop nearby.
Unwind in the local medieval village of Heptonstall; a beautiful, cobbled, village with a museum and two pubs.
The Cross Inn is believed to date from the early 17th Century, and the White Lion is a throwback to when the village was besieged during the Civil War.
Hebden Bridge is 3.5 miles away and offers an eclectic choice of cafes, shops, bars and restaurants, as well as a stylish old-fashioned cinema and Victorian station.
There are many day-trip options, including the charming market town of Skipton, the gateway to the magnificent Yorkshire Dales, with its 900 year-old castle, romantic ruined priory and historic high-street.