Luddenden 1.5 miles.
A superb first floor studio barn conversion, situated in the grounds of the owners’ home, on a non-working farm, in a lovely tranquil location on high ground near the conservation village of Luddenden.
Perfect for a romantic getaway, the Calderdale Way runs straight past this peaceful apartment, which is beautifully-appointed and has stunning views of the surrounding countryside.
Inside, the open plan accommodation offers a beamed ceiling, a sitting area, comfy sofas, a well-equipped kitchenette and a large dining table.
There is also a king-size bedroom which can be closed off from the main living space with a curtain, plus en-suite facilities, including a truly fabulous combined Jacuzzi bath, shower and steam cubicle.
Outside, the private patio is a perfect spot to unwind at the end of the day, whilst sipping a cooling drink and taking in the magnificent pastoral views.
The Loft is an idyllic romantic retreat to get away from it all, and there are also plenty of walks across the hills and valleys in the Yorkshire countryside right on the doorstep.
The small and pretty hill-top village of Midgley is just half a mile away, where you can stock up at the village store, whilst Luddenden boasts the Lord Nelson Inn, reputedly frequented by Branwell Bronte, brother to the famous writers Charlotte, Emily and Anne, when he was employed at Luddendenfoot Railway Station.
Just 4 miles away is the riverside town of Hebden Bridge, well known for its many independent stores, including antiques and craft shops aplenty.
Skipton and Haworth are also both a short drive away and well worth a visit.
This lovely apartment is ideal for a couple’s retreat where you can enjoy the attractions of the Yorkshire Dales at any time of year.
About the location
Hebden Bridge 4 miles; Halifax 6 miles.
Luddenden is a conservation village in Calderdale, close to Hebden Bridge. The community is first mentioned in 1284, and in 1375 a corn mill was moved from Warley Town to exploit the Luddenden Brook. Nearby, the attractive town of Hebden Bridge is the home to the picturesque Rochdale Canal and a delightful Victorian railway station. The town of Mytholmroyd is an easy drive away, the birthplace of Poet Laureate Ted Hughes, and famous for the Cragg Vale Coiners. This is excellent walking country, with the National Trust Hardcastle Crags and the Pennine Way, plus the area hosted the Tour De France in 2014. Enjoy scenic drives and cycling across the moors, whilst nearby Haworth boasts the Parsonage Museum commemorating the famous Bronte family who lived there. The area is also a must for steam railway enthusiasts who will enjoy the thriving Worth Valley Railway, whilst the highly-acclaimed Eureka Museum in Halifax is noted for its unique Piece Hall and its Victorian architecture.
Note: Babes-in-arms only.