Slaithwaite 1.5 miles.
This lovely, semi-detached cottage is located in the grounds of the owners’ smallholding, near to the village of Slaithwaite in the South Pennines, close to the Peak District National Park.
Situated up a long private lane, with access to 28 acres of moorland, this cottage near Slaithwaite is attached to the owners’ garage and offers a peaceful rural retreat in the magnificent West Yorkshire countryside.
The ground floor accommodation at this cottage near Holmfirth consists of a well-equipped kitchen with a dining table and a superb sitting room with masses of character.
Sit back and relax under the beamed ceiling as you light the woodburning stove and sink into the comfy sofas to while away the evening.
The first floor boasts a superb super king-size bed with an en-suite shower room, offering a spot of luxury in these fantastic surroundings.
Sip a morning coffee on the patio as you plan the day’s adventures, or say hello to the resident donkeys that live in the field next to your South Pennines cottage.
Situated between the old woollen mill villages of Slaithwaite and Marsden, this Peak District cottage has a good selection of shops and pubs within a couple of miles.
The area is packed with wonderful walking and cycling opportunities, including the Pennine Way, and with a number of reservoirs close by, there is plenty of interesting wildlife to discover.
The popular town of Holmfirth is just a short drive away and from there you can access miles of picturesque countryside in the Peak District National Park.
A wonderful Slaithwaite cottage, perfect for walkers, cyclists, nature lovers, and anyone who just fancies a little bit of peace and quiet.
About the location
Marsden 2 miles; Meltham 2 miles; Holmfirth 6 miles.
The traditional West Riding village of Slaithwaite is set in the Colne Valley in the South Pennines, just six miles from the picturesque market town of Holmfirth. Full of history, the village retains several buildings from the mid 15th century, including Slaithwaite Hall, one of the few surviving cruck frame structures in Yorkshire. The viaduct dominates the skyline and is an awe-inspiring sight, whilst the village centre is very pretty with the restored Huddersfield Canal winding through and a lovely selection of independent shops, self-brewing pubs and eateries, where you can sample local fare. The nearby village of Marsden boasts the tourist attractions of Tunnel End and the National Trust's Marsden Moor Estate, which is a haven for walkers and naturalists alike, and it also hosts the internationally renowned Jazz Festival each year. The appealing town of Holmfirth is well worth a visit for its shops and quality pubs and restaurants and is known as the home of the long running comedy series, Last of the Summer Wine, Bamforth's postcards and its Picturedrome concert venue. Within easy reach of the northern Peak District and the southern Yorkshire Dales, Slaithwaite is well-situated, offering beautiful and diverse countryside with great walking and cycling opportunities. Alternatively, an hour's drive can take you to the historic city of York, elegant Harrogate, vibrant Leeds or Skipton, which is regarded as the 'Gateway to the Dales', should you fancy a day out. This traditional village is well-situated for a variety of activities.
Note: Max. 2 adults.
Note: Short stay breaks can be taken from a Friday or a Monday.