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Nora Batty's Cottage

Holmfirth, Yorkshire Dales - South (Ref. 960262)

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  • Sleeps 4

  • Bedrooms 2

  • Bathrooms 1

  • Pets No

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6 Customer Review(s)

  • Mrs Gaden

    “We had a really lovely time in this cottage, it was all we hoped it would be.”

    - Mrs Gaden, May 2019

The property

Stay in Nora Batty’s Cottage!

A unique opportunity to enjoy a fabulous holiday in pennine West Yorkshire while staying in one of the most famous and recognisable homes in British television history.

Accessed by its famous steps, the picturesque riverside cottage situated at 28 Huddersfield Road, in the Summer Wine town of Holmfirth is the former home of bossy battleaxe and TV comedy icon, Nora Batty.

Her characterful, two-bedroomed home is furnished and presented just the way she liked it, and it is also something of a shrine to Last of the Summer Wine with wonderful pictures from the series displayed throughout.

Vintage, retro, and more than a little nostalgic, yet home-from-home with all mod-cons.

Be the envy of thousands of Summer Wine fans worldwide.

Book now to enjoy a highly unusual holiday experience.

Nora’s three-storey cottage was built in the late eighteenth century and is in a conservation area.

It enjoys a scenic riverside setting, yet it is located close to Holmfirth town centre, and thereby just a short walk from its many shops, cafes, pubs and restaurants.

Inside, the cottage offers a surprising amount of accommodation.

There is a flag-floored dining kitchen, a spacious and comfortable lounge, two large bedrooms and a big bathroom equipped with both a freestanding bath and a separate shower.

Nora’s historic cottage is characterful and cosy, and comes equipped with everything you need to make your stay as comfortable and enjoyable as possible.


  • Over three floors
  • Two second floor bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x family bedroom with 1 double and 1 twin
  • First floor bathroom with bath, separate shower, basin and WC
  • Ground floor kitchen with dining area with gas fire
  • First floor sitting room with gas fire
  • Electric radiators in bedrooms and gas fire in kitchen and sitting room
  • Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, TV with FreeSat, WiFi, selection of books, games and DVDs
  • Fuel and power inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Cot and highchair
  • Load/unload available outside the cottage only
  • Roadside parking nearby
  • Private garden area with furniture
  • Sorry, no pets and no smoking
  • Shops, pubs and restaurants within 1 to 2 mins walk
  • Note: The front door is approached via a flight of stone steps and the accommodation is arranged over three floors
  • There are also steep stairs inside the property.

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About the location


Peak District National Park 3 miles; Meltham 4 miles

The old traditional Pennine town of Holmfirth is situated in the heart of the beautiful Holme Valley, on the edge of the West Yorkshire Pennines. Made famous by The Last of The Summer Wine TV series, there is more to Holmfirth than Compo and Nora Battye’s stockings! The ‘Picturedrome’, the North of England’s finest live music venue attracts many famous bands and is located right in the centre of the town. The pelotons from the Tour de France 2014 and the Tour de Yorkshire have both been through this quaint Holme Valley town en route to the iconic 524 metre Holme Moss climb two miles away. It is in these hills where cycling’s triple Olympic Medalist Ed Clancy grew up. Holmfirth also has a good public swimming pool and fitness centre, parks and some super shops and restaurants. The people here are friendly, the streets are quaint and the scenery is breathtaking. The Peak District National Park with its moors, dales, forests, lakes and reservoirs is also easily accessible. The Upper Derwent Valley, home to the spectacular Ladybower and Derwent reservoirs, and where the famous 617 ‘Dambusters’ Squadron practiced the audacious bombing raid on the Ruhr valley in 1943, is only a short scenic drive away. Slightly further is Chatsworth, the stately home of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire, and situated close to the market town of Bakewell, the home of Bakewell Puddings. The Yorkshire Sculpture Park, The National Coal Mining Museum, Wentworth Castle, and the Hepworth Gallery are also within short drives away and well worth a visit.

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