A stylish, spacious studio cottage near the village of Marsden in West Yorkshire.
The cosy open plan living and delightful location make this cottage perfect for a romantic break in this beautiful countryside.
Bank Bottom Cottage despite being a studio cottage, is spacious and comforting.
The open plan living area is bright and airy, boasting a classy kitchenette, comfortable seating, contemporary dining furniture and a double bed with a 50" flat-screen TV completing the experience to a high standard.
The shower room is modern and fresh, completing the interior of Bank Bottom Cottage.
The outdoor space is undoubtedly the cottage's biggest asset, a high-quality decking area complete with comfortable furniture, a BBQ and some breathtaking views towards the valley beyond, what more could you ask for on a warm evening?
The village of Marsden is a delightful surprise in the Colne Valley, it boasts award-winning restaurants, pubs, National Trust owned land and so much more.
Nearby to Marsden is the fantastic city of Manchester and the market town of Huddersfield, which are both offering beautiful buildings, activities and some fantastic shops.
Bank Bottom Cottage is a little gem of a cottage in a beautiful location.
All ground floor. Open plan studio accommodation with one double, kitchen, dining area and sitting area with double sofa bed. Shower room with shower, basin and WC.
About the location
Huddersfield 8 miles; Manchester 19 miles
A stunning picturesque village in the Colne Valley in West Yorkshire. Marsden is a former mill village dominated by charming stone buildings, fantastic scenery and a beautiful canal home to the only professional theatre company to tour by Narrowboat. Marsden offers awards winning restaurants, ancient pubs and a National Trust owned Marsden Moor, a village that has appeared in the TV shows 'Last of the Summer Wine' and 'The League of Gentleman'. The village hosts many festivals and events throughout the year including the Marsden Jazz Festival held every October. Marsden is popular among walkers and was awarded Walkers are Welcome status in 2010. The village is just a short drive away from the Peak District National Park and is well worth a visit for you outdoors people. Huddersfield is a short drive away, a beautiful city as well as Manchester within driving distance which offers a different and more busy trip, ideal for shopping.