Wortley 2.7 miles.
Wragg Cottage is a charming, semi-detached property overlooking the luscious countryside in the hamlet of Green Moor, near Stocksbridge.
With walks from the doorstep and the Peak District National Park close by, this stone-built cottage can be your welcoming base for a holiday enjoying the great outdoors.
This lovely cottage adjoins the owner's home in an idyllic elevated location.
Enter into the enticing sitting room, convenient to get in to from one of the many walks surrounding the property and curl up in front of the warming woodburner with your loved one.
The ground floor also provides a wonderful little dining room and a fully equipped kitchen, offering a breakfast table where you can enjoy your morning tea or coffee.
A handy utility room sits adjacent with plenty of space to store bikes, boots and even dry your dogs after some fun in the fields.
Retire to the first floor at the end of the day where you will find the heart-warming king-size bedroom.
This floor is home to Wragg Cottage's finest asset, a cosy snug room provides a different place to sit and relax; it also leads to the sun trap balcony where you can sit all day and enjoy the quiet surroundings.
Alternatively, take a seat on the patio and perhaps treat yourself to some alfresco dining.
Wortley is a small yet well-stocked village nearby, providing a choice of quaint places to eat, shop and drink.
Also nearby is the town of Stocksbridge, with the popular Fox Valley retail park, and Penistone, the local market town.
For you nature lovers, explore the multitude of paths and trails in and around the area, including the incredible Peak District National Park.
A pleasant cottage in an astounding location.
About the location
Sheffield 6 miles.
The lovely little village of Wortley is situated on the north-eastern edge of the wonderful Peak District National Park. This delightful village offers a surprising amount of restaurants and cafes, including Wortley Hall and Gardens and the Wortley Arms, a charming traditional village pub. There is also a good selection of quaint shops to explore. There are many bridleways and footpaths for visitors to discover, as well as the golf course and horse riding centre. Nearby, the Underbank, Langsett, and Derwent ‘Dambuster’ dams make for some interesting walks, whilst The Last of the Summer Wine village of Holmfirth is within easy reach. There is good access to the Peak District for longer walks, mountain biking and all the attractions of Hathersage, Bakewell, Edale and the impressive Ladybower Dam, whilst the proximity to the M1 means Sheffield, Leeds, York and the rest of Yorkshire’s beautiful scenery can be accessed with ease.