This impressive stone-built detached cottage is set in its own grounds beside a babbling brook on the outskirts of Oxenhope, just two miles from Haworth.
This luxurious cottage offers delightful accommodation, ideal for extended families and groups of friends wishing for a peaceful, relaxing holiday base with that little something extra.
This cottage has been lovingly furnished by the owners who live on site and who have created a first class holiday home of great style and individuality with stunning murals of local features throughout.
Five stylish bedrooms, two with en-suite facilities, provide plenty of space for all the family, whilst the ground floor living accommodation includes a spacious kitchen with dining area and a welcoming sitting room.
Outside this cottage near Haworth are a delightful south-facing garden and a spacious decked area overlooking the stream, all of which adds to the overall ambience of this superb holiday home.
With lovely walks from the doorstep and the village centre being just a five minute walk away, this is a holiday cottage not to be missed.
Nearby Howarth is steeped in literary history and was formerly home to the Bronte sisters.
Haworth has much to offer including a variety of walks, which allow visitors to follow in the footsteps of Cathy and Heathcliff by wandering the fantastic rugged moorland.
The market town of Hebden Bridge is nearby, and within reach is Skipton with its cobbled streets and delightful castle, whilst further afield is the Victorian spa town of Harrogate, boasting fabulous shops, an excellent theatre and the Royal Pump Room Museum.
A wonderful holiday cottage, perfect for a family getaway at any time of the year.
About the location
Haworth 2 miles; Hebden Bridge 6 miles; Skipton 14 miles.
The small village of Oxenhope lies amid wonderful scenery, and offers the chance to take advantage of the multitude of walks in the area. The village, with its shops, churches and pubs, is home to the terminus for the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway, an authentic steam railway brought to prominence in the film The Railway Children, which runs on a regular basis to Haworth and on down to Keighley. The area was made famous by the Bronte sisters, and the outstanding countryside was famously described in the novel Wuthering Heights as wild, rugged and barren. The area abounds with popular places to visit; the cobbled streets of Haworth, the Bronte Parsonage Museum, East Riddlesden Hall, and the Museum of Rail. The market town of Skipton, known as the Gateway to the Yorkshire Dales, is a short drive away, and also within reach are elegant Harrogate and vibrant Leeds.