- Off road parking
- Cot available
- Highchair available
- Pub/shop < 1 mile
- Washing machine
- Games Room
- Broadband / WiFi
Reviews & Ratings
27 Customer Reviews
"Perfect spot for me - all facilities I require."
Close to town and countryside.
"Lovely cosy cottage Spotless and well equipped ."
If I had a fault it would be an additional settee or a chair would be ideal Many thanks Bed especially comfy
"Fab location, felt like home from home."
We would definitely stay again.
"Cottage was fantastic and had everything you could want - large airy bedroom and comfortable lounge and kitchen area However due to really hot weather during our stay it was impossible to sleep without the bedroom windows open but also impossible to sleep with them open due to noise from busy main road outside and also noise from pub next door with it's outdoor seating area in front of and adjacent to property."
Parking was achieved by bumping up kerb, driving over pavement and manoeuvring into space in front of front door. Reversing out onto main road was difficult due to heavy traffic.
"We had such a lovely stay at Wesley Cottage."
Comfortable, clean and had everything we needed. In a great location for many attractions and walks, and plenty of takeaways and restaurants near by. Would highly recommend.
"The only reason I have not given 5 stars is the issue with parking outside the property."
If that could be improved then this is definitely a place to stay. Perfect location for our North Yorkshire visits
"A lovely well equipped, clean comfortable cottage."
Situated on a main road may be an issue with some but for us it was ideal, we were able to park our car up for the week and take advantage of the excellent bus services from near by stops to get us round this beautiful area. Friendly neighbours. Thanks for the nice bottle of wine and chocolates.
"This was lovely little cottage and we are likely to book again in the future."
It’s in an ideal spot and has everything that you could ask for. There were only a few things that would of made it better. 1)Roller blinds to be cleaned, one has a squashed fly on it. 2) A toilet lid for the seat. 3) A TV upstairs. I know it’s not everyone’s cup of tea, but it would be nice to have the option. 4) The hot water for the bath never ran hot. Luke warm at most. So we made do with the shower. These are only 4 small things 2 of which are a personal preference. The cottage is beautifully presented and for the majority (minus the fly) is a well kept place. It was perfect for we wanted... a week of R&R. Though it’s situated on a main road, you wouldn’t know it when inside the cottage.
"The cottage was lovely."
Very clean and very well equipped. I did leave 1 recommendation for the owners. I would definitely recommend it and would possibly use again. My only reservation is that geographically it didn't quite meet my requirements but that was down to myself not fully exploring my options.
"Wesley Cottage is a great little place to stay, an ideal base for exploring the fantastic Yorkshire countryside."
The Bronte's House and village are real look back in history. The KWVR Steam railway museums and classic steam train ride are also a great nostalgic journey back in time. The pub next door to the cottage is cozy and friendly, the Landlord, staff and locals are all very welcoming. We thoroughly enjoyed our time at Wesley Cottage.
"The cottage was clean and comfortable and had everything that you need."
A good base to explore the area
"The cottage is in a convenient location for guests like us who travelled by train and used the train and bus to travel around the area including Malham Cove, York, Haworth, Bingley and Skipton."
It was very well equipped and had everything we needed. It was very clean. We arrived later than expected due to a delay on the train journey and couldn't find the cottage but we were able to phone the owner who directed us. The owner also came round the next day to check we were ok and offered some advice on what to see in the area. We were very happy with our stay.
"Great location for exploring Bronte country and this fabulous area."
"The outside front of the property could be somewhat off putting - untidy and quite a bit of litter."
The outside at back is a tip. The parking provision is also quite poor - the parking area could do with being relaid. Otherwise inside is excellent and well equipped and bedroom is very comfortable and warm. We came back a day early due to the Covid 19 problems.
"Wanted a peaceful relaxing Christmas break."
Visit some family around Hebden Bridge and take in sights and memories of W.Yorks in the 70s 80s and 90s. Friendly welcome from the owners whose cottage had lovely comfy king size bed , nice comfortable seating around an open gas fire, and all the amenities we needed. (nice touch was the Christmas tree and friendly pub next door ) !
"Lovely cottage, very clean, comfortable and well equipped."
"The terraced house was very well equipped and clean, but it is not stated in the listing that there is no outdoor space, unless you wish to sit on the pavement of a very busy road."
We did enjoy our holiday with an excellent and easily accessible bus service, which meant we never used our car at all, but as we also had excellent weather the lack of outdoor space was a bit of a draw back.
"Cottage was very well equipped, clean and cosy with an excellent bus service just outside."
Unfortunately the pub next door started renovations on Sun to the wall adjoining our parking place, knocking off loose plaster covering our car in cement dust. Then on Tue and Wed evening returned and replastered the wall once again covering the car with splashes of cement. This unfortunately took the shine off the holiday which would have otherwise been a very pleasant stay.
"Lovely cottage, very comfortable."
Had a fantastic week stay.
"Excellent base for exploring the area."
Comfy bed and very clean cottage.
"A great base for exploring the area of West Yorkshire."
Small, but very cosy cottage, just right for 2 people. Facilities were very good, clean and everything we needed.
"Cottage was exactly as stated."
Very clean, tidy and comfortable. The place is close to the local amenities and very quiet even though it is close to the pub. We really enjoyed our stay and will look to stay again in the future.
"Keighley is set in a beautiful part of UK and you can easily reach many places of interest."
I visited Skipton, and Lytham St Anne’s. even The Lakes District is a day trip.
"Minor faults with cottage."
..kitchen area lights not working...no operating instructions or where to find things in cottage.We experienced a power cut and because of previous water dripping through light tried to check fuses but couldn't locate fuse box .It was a power cut but would have been good to check...
"Good base for travelling around local facilities near by good value for money great little cottage."
"Nobody came to greet me at the property."
Sofa wasn't a sofa. very uncomfortable. I struggled to find the property due to the wrong address on the website. A horrible place to get parked and get out of onto the road.
"The cottage was about a mile and a half from the town center, set back from the main road from Keighley to Halifax, the traffic was busy but not too intrusive."
The bus stops for Keighley and Haworth within a few yards of the front door made it very easy to get around without using the car, this was left right outside the door and off road. Keighley is a good base for exploring all that the area has to offer. The cottage was well decorated, light and airy, warm and comfortable, well equipped and had been converted to open plan tastefully. The owners keen to make our stay a good one. It is a place that we hope to revisit.
- Double (zip-link to twin on request) bedroom with en-suite bath, shower over, basin and WC
- Open plan living area with a Kitchen, Dining Area and Sitting Area with a gas fire.
- Gas central heating with gas fire
- Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, washing machine, TV with Freeview, WIFI
- Fuel and power inc. in rent
- Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
- Cot and highchair available on request
- Ample off road parking
- Sorry no pets and no smoking
- Shop and pub 5 mins walk
- Please advise at time of booking if beds need to be made into a twin room, if booking online please call Sykes Cottages on 01244 345700 to confirm bed configuration
An immaculate, compact terrace cottage in the market town of Keighley, West Yorkshire.
This cosy, homely cottage is perfect for a couple to come and have a relaxing, romantic break in this charming town.
The ground floor is open plan and very tasteful, it is decorated in stylish colours with a classy, well-equipped kitchen and leather sofas in front of the TV and gas fire you will not want to leave this cottage.
The upstairs is bright and fresh with light fixtures and fittings, charming features and an exquisite en-suite bathroom.
The market town of Keighley boasts a fantastic shopping centre with a great range of shops and restaurants along with pubs and other retails parks, giving you all sorts of options.
A 2 minute walk takes you to the Worth Valley Railway and Museum with trains to all Worth Valley stations and main Keighley station to Skipton and beyond.
Further afield are the popular destinations of Haworth and Skipton, both accessible by car or train.
Haworth is a traditional village with unique shops hidden in arrow cobbled streets and alleyways.
Skipton is also within easy reach, offering a magnificent castle, again offering fantastic shopping facilities.
Wesley Cottage is a relaxing, warming cottage in an excellent market town location.
About the location
Haworth 4 miles; Skipton 12 miles.
The large market town of Keighley is situated in Aire valley in West Yorkshire, within easy reach of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. The town, mentioned in the Domesday Book, grew during the 18th and 19th centuries due to wool and cotton industries. Today Keighley offers a shopping centre, pubs, takeaways and restaurants, whilst on the outskirts of the town are two retail parks, and the Keighley and Worth Valley Light Railway, made famous by the film The Railway Children in the 1970’s, runs for five miles through the town to the village of Oxenhope. Just one mile out of town is the wonderful 17th century National Trust East Riddlesden Hall, and just four miles away is the village of Haworth, made famous as the home to the Bronte sisters. The village offers cobbled streets, lovely shops and the Bronte Parsonage Museum. Close by is the market town of Skipton and the beautiful Yorkshire Dales National Park, plus within driving distance are the city of York and delightful Harrogate. A lovely base to explore a large part of Yorkshire.
Please advise at time of booking if beds need to be made into king size or twin room, if booking online please call Sykes Cottages on 01244 345700 to confirm bed configuration.
This property offers the following short breaks:
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