A beautifully presented cottage, nestled on the owner's smallholding, within the Yorkshire village of Hade Edge.
With the local pub just a few minutes' walk away and stunning views from the front garden over towards the reservoir, this terraced cottages enjoys a wonderful position.
Nearby is the small town of Holmfirth, made famous on the hit TV series 'Last of the Summer Wine' and the northern fringes of the Peak District, making it an appealing destination for a quality, walking break.
Bring your family or friends along and enjoy a cosy interior, brought to life with exposed stone and brickwork and beams elevated the ceiling.
Make yourselves comfortable on the sofa, or slump into the plush armchair before the fire and warm your toes after an adventure across open moorland.
Use the kitchen for preparing those delicious family meals and eat together at the dining table.
Choose from two bedrooms upstairs, each with zip-and-link beds for flexible sleeping arrangements, served by a stylish bathroom.
Enjoy a lovely hot soak in the roll top bath tub or wake up to a rejuvenating shower.
On a sun-filled afternoon you can sit with a glass of wine on the patio and admire views over towards the green swathe of countryside as horses graze right up to the stone wall.
There are many pubs nearby in the surrounding towns and villages as well as the Algy Arms at the end of the road.
Holmfirth offers shops, eateries and the Last of the Summer Wine Exhibition.
The Picturedome attracts many famous bands, hosting live music events throughout the year and scenery around this area is simply breathtaking.
Explore the reservoirs and walk the circular trails on offer, as well as cycling and other outdoor activities at the Peak District National Park.
Further afield is the market town of Huddersfield and the city of Manchester with a vibrant selection of shops, places to eat and exhibitions to visit, as well as a thriving nightlife.
This delightful getaway gives you the opportunity to relax and unwind in a lovely part of Yorkshire.
About the location
HADE EDGE, YORKSHIRE
Holmfirth 2.6 miles; Huddersfield 8.2 miles
This small village is nestled to the south of Holmfirth on the fringes of the Peak District National Park, in West Yorkshire. It started out as a tiny hamlet, but now boasts a school, football club, sailing club and public house the Algy Arms. The village is also home to the beautiful Holme Styes Reservoir and there is a 6 mile circular walk taking you past the reservoir, through Clough Wood and past Harden Reservoir, leading on to Snailsden Edge and Snailsden Reservoir - perfect for amblers seeking some fresh air, open moorland and remote places to take in the scenery. Holmfirth is situated in the heart of the Holme Valley and is famous for being the setting of The Last of The Summer Wine TV series! The ‘Picturedrome’ attracts many famous bands to the North of England’s finest live music venue, located right in the centre of this bustling town. There is also a public swimming pool, fitness centre, parks, shops and restaurants to entertain you. Huddersfield is a large market town with plenty of shops, beautiful parks, museums and historic sites to explore. The Peak District National Park offers many outdoor activities such as walking, cycling and horse riding, all set within its picturesque moorland, with dales, forests, lakes and reservoirs also easily accessible. The Upper Derwent Valley, is only a short scenic drive away, with the Howden Reservoir and Derwent Reservoir, and attractions such as Peveril Castle and Treak Cliff Cavern in the Hope Valley. A wonderful location waiting to be explored!