This converted stone cottage is attached to the main farmhouse, nestled down a quiet country lane just outside the village of Ripponden in the Ryburn Valley.
Set on a working farm, with the encouraging sounds of wildlife encompassing the area, this lovely cottage exudes a quality feel with flagstone floors.
Retaining some of its original features, inside you will find a luxurious open-plan living room with exposed beams and underfloor heating.
The sitting room boasts a charming woodburner set within the inglenook, and mullioned windows are filled with green landscape scenery from outside.
The kitchen is contemporary in style with spotlight illuminating the good quality fixtures.
Climb the plush carpeted staircase to the modern bathroom at the top.
Indulge in a nice hot soak in the roll top bath after a long day touring this delightful region of Yorkshire.
A set of well-presented bedrooms offer zip and link beds to suit your preferred choice of sleeping arrangements.
There is plenty of off-road parking at the front of the house, and a lovely enclosed garden at the side.
Sit outside with views across to the moors while you sip a lovely glass of wine on a sunny afternoon, or relax in the hot tub after a long day of exploring the local area.
Ripponden is a delightful village steeped in history, with its Roman road and Neolithic and Bronze Age remains scattering the area.
Rishworth Moor is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and home to many rare animals, as well as the Cat Stones, a series of ancient round barrow burial sites.
This village is made up of traditional stone-built cottages, and a small high street with shops, cafes, and several excellent pubs serving food and real ale, all with the River Ryburn flowing gently through the centre.
Nearby, Hedben Bridge is a diverse town with restaurants, bars, art galleries and the Rochdale Canal.
There is a plethora of walking and cycling opportunities close by, with the Peak District in driving distance.
Explore this fantastic region of West Yorkshire from the ideal base.
Three bedrooms: 1 x super king-size double (zip/link can be twins on request) with en-suite shower room with shower, basin and WC, 1 x super king-size double (zip/link can be twins on request), 1 x twin (zip/link can be double on request). Bathroom with roll top bath, walk-in shower, basin and WC. Open-plan living room with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with woodburning stove.
About the location
Sowerby Bridge 3 miles; Hebden Bridge 8 miles.
The Calderdale village of Ripponden is set in the rural Pennine landscape, three miles from Sowerby Bridge, in the Ryburn Valley. The village is made up of traditional stone-built cottages, and a small high street with shops, cafes, an award-winning restaurant, takeaways, several excellent pubs serving food and real ale, and a local supermarket, with the River Ryburn flowing gently through the centre. Located at the heart of the Industrial Revolution, pretty old weaving villages are found in the surrounding hills. The area is also of archaeological note for its Roman road, Neolithic and Bronze Age remains. Upon Rishworth Moor, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and home to many rare animals, can be found the Cat Stones, a series of ancient round barrow burial sites. Ripponden village is also noted for the annual Rushbearing Festival each Autumn, featuring dance troupes including Morris Dancers from all over the country. Nearby is Hebden Bridge, a diverse, bohemian town home to restaurants, bars, bistros, markets, an independent cinema, art galleries, and the Rochdale Canal. A scenic car ride over the moors takes you to the Parsonage Museum which commemorates the famous Bronte family. A short drive in the opposite direction takes you to the heart of ‘Last of the Summer Wine’ country. Numerous listed buildings and National Trust properties are close by. The Haworth area is also a must for steam railway enthusiasts who will enjoy the thriving Worth Valley Railway.