This delightful stone-built, mid-terrace apartment is part of a 17th century Grade II listed cottage.
The apartment has its own front door and enclosed garden and is totally separate in this from the owner's part of the property.
It is situated on a quiet street close to the centre of Oxenhope.
Finished to a high standard with a well-considered mix of retro and contemporary features, the property is an ideal retreat for those looking to explore Bronte country.
All ground floor, the property features an open plan living area consisting of a cosy sitting area with a comfortable Italian leather sofa and 5 foot double sofa bed, along with a warm woodburning stove, an adjoining compact but well equipped kitchen where you can rustle up a romantic meal for two and enjoy at the dining table.
You will also find a cosy double bedroom with hypnos mattress and a stylish modern shower room.
Why not enjoy dine alfresco on the patio in the enclosed front garden where you can enjoy the sunshine morning and late into the day?
The area is superb for lovers of the outdoors, with an abundance of walks to be enjoyed around Oxenhope's reservoir and wonderful surrounding countryside, as well as the famous Bronte moors.
There is an excellent selection of old pubs and fine restaurants all within a short distance of this Oxenhope cottage and nearby, the market town of Skipton and the interesting old town of Hebden Bridge can be reached with a short drive.
Steeped in literary history, Haworth is the former home of the Bronte sisters, where you can follow in the footsteps of Cathy and Heathcliff as you wander the fantastic, rugged moorland.
Further afield, the Victorian spa town of Harrogate boasts fabulous shops, an excellent theatre, and the fantastic Royal Pump Room Museum.
This charming Oxenhope cottage is the perfect base for a romantic break exploring the Yorkshire Dales and surrounding area, all year round.
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.
Note: Max two adults one child over the age of 12 only.
Note: Temporary traffic lights outside property until end of October, this will restrict parking outside of the property.