A stone-built, end-terrace cottage set on a high promontory in splendid isolation in the conservation village of Luddenden, just four miles from the ever-popular Hebden Bridge in Yorkshire.
In a wonderful location, this first-class holiday cottage is situated on a steep hill, with magnificent views across the valley over open countryside to the nearby hills.
This lovely cottage has been fully renovated and has a large rear extension.
The cottage features a spacious, well-equipped kitchen with dining area and underfloor heating, along with two Velux windows, bathing the room in wonderful light.
The adjoining sitting room is a real joy, with a cosy woodburner, supplementing the underfloor heating system, old beams, and a large picture window with lovely views across the open countryside.
Upstairs the main bedroom also has fabulous views out across the front of the cottage, and is a great place to wake up and look forward to the day’s adventures.
The second bedroom is flexible with a single bed and a useful pull-out bed, together with a modern, attractive family bathroom.
To the outside of this delightful cottage is a rear garden with raised terrace, a superb place to sit out and rest those weary legs, whilst enjoying a refreshing drink or dining alfresco.
From this attractive cottage, the village pub, built in the 17th century, is just a five-minute walk away, renowned for its hospitality, good ale and excellent food, while a good fifteen-minute walk brings you to the hamlet of Midgley with its grocery shop, selling lots of sumptuous local produce.
There's excellent walks and bike rides from the doorstep, with the area used regularly for both road cycling and mountain bike trials.
A great pub is within walking distance, and with the attractions of Hebden Bridge and Haworth, together with the bustling town of Skipton, this an ideal location, whatever the time of year.