In the centre of Honley above a pub, discover 17B Church Street, a beautifully presented retreat, tucked away onto a cobbled street and located amidst lovely old stone cottages.
Well-suited for families or travellers, this retreat is a home- away-from-home, a lovely place to socialise with your loved ones, and relax in true style.
Follow the stairway up to the accommodation where you will be welcomed by a collection of bedrooms including two doubles, the first is elevated by wooden floors and a feature fireplace, whilst the second is coordinated with oak furniture, and carpeted throughout.
There is a single room, should you want somewhere different to relax, an outlook over the street adds a characterful finish.
Unwind in the lounge/diner at your own leisure, a wonderful set-up matched with sumptuous sofas, alongside a dining table which seats four people, all sitting before a charming fireplace.
This continues over to a vibrant yet stylish kitchen, with the addition of a bathroom located at the entrance of 17B Church Street.
Situated close to Holmfirth and set on the banks of the River Holme, this destination has unique winding streets to explore and festivals during the year which include exhibitions in the fields of music and the arts.
Holmfirth also features 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 Peak District National Park.
A charming getaway, perfect all-year-round.
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.