A delightful, Grade II listed end-terrace cottage located in the West Riding village of Slaithwaite.
Boasting traditional Yorkshire charm and enchanting valley views, this Slaithwaite cottage provides cosy accommodation that is perfect for friends and families.
This attractive cottage in Yorkshire dates back to 1840, and has been beautifully renovated to proudly display its original features, including open stonework, beams and mullioned windows.
The accommodation at this Slaithwaite cottage sits across three floors, offering three comfortable bedrooms, a family bathroom, a sitting room and a sociable kitchen with dining area where guests can gather together over a home-cooked meal and discuss their holiday plans.
The pretty village of Slaithwaite is easy to explore, with delightful independent shops and the restored canal, which offers some lovely walks through the village.
The bustling market town of Huddersfield is just a short drive from this Yorkshire cottage, and here visitors can enjoy leisure facilities, good shopping and a great range of old and new pubs as well as many varied eating establishments.
An excellent touring base with the Yorkshire Dales and the Peak District National Parks close by, as well as the amenities of nearby Huddersfield and Holmfirth, this delightful cottage in Slaithwaite is well-situated.
Visitors are sure to enjoy a relaxing holiday in this West Yorkshire cottage.
Over three floors. Three bedrooms: 1 x second floor king-size double, 1 x double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, separate shower, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Sitting room with gas fire.
About the location
Marsden 2 miles; Meltham 2 miles; Holmfirth 6 miles.
The traditional West Riding village of Slaithwaite is set in the Colne Valley in the South Pennines, just six miles from the picturesque market town of Holmfirth. Full of history, the village retains several buildings from the mid 15th century, including Slaithwaite Hall, one of the few surviving cruck frame structures in Yorkshire. The viaduct dominates the skyline and is an awe-inspiring sight, whilst the village centre is very pretty with the restored Huddersfield Canal winding through and a lovely selection of independent shops, self-brewing pubs and eateries, where you can sample local fare. The nearby village of Marsden boasts the tourist attractions of Tunnel End and the National Trust's Marsden Moor Estate, which is a haven for walkers and naturalists alike, and it also hosts the internationally renowned Jazz Festival each year. The appealing town of Holmfirth is well worth a visit for its shops and quality pubs and restaurants and is known as the home of the long running comedy series, Last of the Summer Wine, Bamforth's postcards and its Picturedrome concert venue. Within easy reach of the northern Peak District and the southern Yorkshire Dales, Slaithwaite is well-situated, offering beautiful and diverse countryside with great walking and cycling opportunities. Alternatively, an hour's drive can take you to the historic city of York, elegant Harrogate, vibrant Leeds or Skipton, which is regarded as the 'Gateway to the Dales', should you fancy a day out. This traditional village is well-situated for a variety of activities.