Surrounded by lush West Yorkshire countryside, this listed, end-terrace cottage rests in the peaceful village of Midgley.
With tastefully finished accommodation for four people, this is the perfect base for a holiday discovering all that this fine area has to offer.
Take a second to admire this idyllic location before entering your temporary home-from-home.
Be greeted by its immaculate sitting room, blessed with stunning ceiling beams, a woodburning stove, a Smart TV and a lovely dining table tucked in the corner.
Rustle up your hearty meals in the sumptuous, bespoke kitchen offering all of the necessary appliances in stylish clay-tone units.
A carpeted staircase brings you to the homely first floor; occupying two perfectly finished bedrooms providing peaceful spots to catch your rest.
The bedrooms are serviced by a luscious shower room, benefiting from a walk-in shower and a scenery-filled window.
Embrace your heavenly location from the patio to the back of the house, a wonderful area overlooking the quaint village below and the undulating countryside beyond.
Midgley comes with its own village shop and neighbours Luddenden which comes with a food pub.
The popular market town of Hebden Bridge is close by, boasting some fine architecture and a wealth of good quality amenities.
Other fascinating locations nearby include Haworth, home of the Brontë Museum, and Skipton slightly further north.
You outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy the Peak District National Park, the Yorkshire Dales National Park and the Forest of Bowland AONB nearby.
A well-presented property situated ideally for venturing the area.
About the location
Hebden Bridge 2.8 miles; Halifax 6.5 miles; Haworth 10 miles; Skipton 24.5 miles.
The village of Midgley is situated above the Calder Valley, between Halifax and Hebden Bridge. The village has beautiful views of the moors beyond, a thriving community with a village shop, run by volunteers. Visit the nearby National Trust’s Hardcastle Crags and enjoy picnics and beautiful walks around the Ogden Water reservoir. The town of Haworth is a must-visit for literature lovers as home of the Brontë sisters, with many bookshops and the Brontë Parsonage Museum. There are wonderful walks nearby, including the popular Pennine Way, whilst the beautiful, rolling countryside of the Yorkshire Dales and Peak District National Parks are less than an hour away. The area is also wonderful for cyclists, who can retrace the 2014 Tour de France and 2015 Tour de Yorkshire routes! A fantastic destination for exploring West Yorkshire!