Ripponden 2 miles.
A delightful wing of the owners' stone-built barn conversion nestling amongst open countryside in Calderdale, just two miles from the village of Ripponden.
This lovely property is situated in an enviable location with lovely views in almost every direction and the wild and rugged landscapes are just waiting to be explored.
Fully restored and individually styled, this cosy cottage is the perfect base for a romantic break.
This welcoming cottage comprises of a ground floor open plan living area with modern kitchen and a small sitting and dining area, along with a first floor mezzanine that extends out over two thirds of the living area.
The bedroom is a real delight with a lovely en-suite, exposed beams and two Velux windows bathing the room in a bright and cheery light.
Outside there is a small patio area with furniture, an ideal spot to relax and unwind and take in the countryside appeal of this delightful holiday home.
The surrounding countryside provides great walking opportunities with well defined paths leading out to both easy and strenuous walks, and the nearby country pub, just a ten minute walk offers excellent real ales.
Visit nearby Hebden Bridge with its lively nightlife, curiosity shops and the old cinema, where they serve tea and scones at the interval.
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.
An excellent romantic holiday base that can be enjoyed throughout all the seasons.
One mezzanine double bedroom with en-suite shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
About the location
Sowerby Bridge 3 miles; Hebden Bridge 8 miles.
The Calderdale village of Ripponden is set in the rural Pennine landscape, three miles from Sowerby Bridge, in the Ryburn Valley. The village is made up of traditional stone-built cottages, and a small high street with shops, cafes, an award-winning restaurant, takeaways, several excellent pubs serving food and real ale, and a local supermarket, with the River Ryburn flowing gently through the centre. Located at the heart of the Industrial Revolution, pretty old weaving villages are found in the surrounding hills. The area is also of archaeological note for its Roman road, Neolithic and Bronze Age remains. Upon Rishworth Moor, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and home to many rare animals, can be found the Cat Stones, a series of ancient round barrow burial sites. Ripponden village is also noted for the annual Rushbearing Festival each Autumn, featuring dance troupes including Morris Dancers from all over the country. Nearby is Hebden Bridge, a diverse, bohemian town home to restaurants, bars, bistros, markets, an independent cinema, art galleries, and the Rochdale Canal. A scenic car ride over the moors takes you to the Parsonage Museum which commemorates the famous Bronte family. A short drive in the opposite direction takes you to the heart of ‘Last of the Summer Wine’ country. Numerous listed buildings and National Trust properties are close by. The Haworth area is also a must for steam railway enthusiasts who will enjoy the thriving Worth Valley Railway.
Note: No children, including infants.