An outstanding Georgian, Grade II listed, stone-built, end-terrace cottage, on a picturesque hillside just a short stroll from the centre of Hebden Bridge.
A former stamp office, this lovely cottage, set out over three floors, provides first-class holiday accommodation.
Tastefully styled throughout, the cottage seamlessly combines many of the original features, such as wonderful fireplaces, with modern furnishings and decoration.
This cottage boasts a delightful sitting room with large picture windows and original shutters, cosy snug, modern bathroom and two spacious bedrooms, ideal for a romantic break.
Hebden Bridge is within easy walking distance and guests can enjoy its lively nightlife, curiosity shops and the old cinema where they serve tea and scones at the interval.
Enjoy walks from the doorstep across the Bronte Moors, visit the village of Heptonstall with its two historic pubs, or explore the home of the Bronte sisters in nearby Haworth.
With the bustling town of Skipton also within an easy drive, this is a superb cottage at any time of the year.
Over three floors. Two bedrooms: 1 x king-size double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Ground floor basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Sitting room. Second floor snug.
About the location
Haworth 8 miles; Halifax 8.5 miles; Holmfirth 21 miles; Skipton 23 miles.
The attractive, little Pennine town of Hebden Bridge sits within the Calderdale area and provides home to the picturesque Rochdale Canal and a delightful Victorian railway station. Excellent walking country, with the National Trust owned Hardcastle Crags and the Pennine Way close by, this delightful location is also the first 'Walkers are Welcome' town in the UK, a scheme supported by the Ramblers’ Association. Alternatively, scenic drives and fabulous cycling, as featured on 2nd stage of the 2014 Tour de France, 2015 Tour de Yorkshire and 2018 Tour de Yorkshire, can be enjoyed from your doorstep. Journey to Haworth where the splendid Parsonage Museum commemorates 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 is in Halifax, noted for its unique Piece Hall and its Victorian architecture. The stunning architecture of the Dean Clough complex should also be admired and is just seven miles away. Skipton, “Gateway to the Dales” and Holmfirth, recognised from Last of the Summer Wine, are both easy and scenic car rides away.