This superb Grade II listed terraced weaver's cottage (c1750) is situated in the heart of the village of Honley, just three miles from Holmfirth.
This cosy and characterful holiday home is set on a private cobbled street of just five cottages, in a quaint and quiet conservation area, and provides a delightful romantic bolthole.
Exposed beams can be seen throughout this wonderful cottage and once you step through the front door you will see an open plan living area with a small kitchen area, dining table and chairs and a sitting area with original fireplace.
Up on the first floor and open to the stairs is a large, light and lovely double bedroom with a vaulted, beamed ceiling.
The en-suite bathroom with corner bath and shower over also features exposed beams.
Outside is a small seating area with bistro set, a lockable bike store and there’s also the convenience of private off road parking.
Honley is a thriving, historic village situated on the banks of River Holme, close to Holmfirth, Huddersfield and the stunning Peak District National Park.
Honley has shops, a good variety of restaurants, pubs, a church and an annual agricultural show, along with regular bus services and a train station, whilst Holmfirth and Huddersfield have enhanced amenities.
The Peak District offers many opportunities for walkers and there are lovely country and village walks starting from the cottage door.
The Tour de Yorkshire runs through the nearby towns and villages, so why not hop on your bike and discover the area.
A romantic base for a couple with plenty of places to visit within reach, ideal for walkers and cyclists.
About the location
Holmfirth 3 miles; Huddersfield 4 miles.
The historic village of Honley with it's old centre of cobbled streets and lovely old stone cottages is situated close to Holmfirth and is set on the banks of the River Holme. Honley village has a wide selection of shops, restaurants and pubs. The Grade II listed church has the remains of a set of stocks in its grounds. Honley agricultural show is an annual event. Just three miles away is the town of Holmfirth, famed as being the setting for comedy series Last of the Summer Wine. Holmfirth has interesting winding streets to explore and has numerous festivals throughout the year which include exhibitions in the fields of music and the arts. Holmfirth also has a good public swimming pool and fitness centre, parks, shops and restaurants. Also within reach is the university town of Huddersfield, and the cities of Sheffield, Leeds and Manchester, as well as the delights of the Peak District National Park are within reach. A great base for exploring the area, set along the 2016 route for the Tour de Yorkshire, ideal for walkers and cyclists.