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Hawksclough Cottage

Mytholmroyd near Hebden Bridge, Yorkshire Dales - South (Ref. 930177)

4.6

(48 ratings)

Sykes rating

  • Sleeps 3

  • Bedrooms 2

  • Bathrooms 1

  • Pets Yes

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Features

  • Off road parking
  • Open fire
  • Highchair available
  • Pub/shop < 1 mile
  • Washing machine
  • Broadband / WiFi

Reviews & Ratings

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48 Customer Reviews

  • "The cottage was beautiful and in a great location."

    Nice welcome pack on arrival. Just a lovely week in a lovely place, we will be back

    Reviewed by DeniseMay 2022

  • "We have stayed here 3 times so you can tell we are happy with the cottage and location."

    The only thing I would mention is the parking is a little tight if you are a nervous driver.

    Reviewed by PhillipMay 2022

  • "Lovely cottage in a great location right on the canal."

    Cottage is small but has everything you need for a comfortable stay. The village has shops, pubs, restaurants, train station, regular bus service and a petrol station. There are lots of places to walk and it's only 1 mile from the bustling Hebdon Bridge. The main road in Mytholmroyd is very busy but the cottage is set back in the courtyard so reduces the noise.

    Reviewed by AnneApr 2022

  • "Perfect location for Hebden and the moors."

    Everything you need is close by. Fantastic shower and heating. Bathroom window is a bit crazy, but good vibes

    Reviewed by SueApr 2022

  • "Great location next to canal for walking into Hebden bridge and beyond."

    Only slight downside was the bathroom which needs a bath mat and window blind. We enjoyed our stay and would come back

    Reviewed by PeterMar 2022

  • "Very comfortable and convenient for Hebden Bridge, lovely walk along the canal path."

    Lots of little extras and really enjoyed the log burner. This was our second stay and would love to return.

    Reviewed by JeanetteFeb 2022

  • "Absolutely fell in love with this cottage."

    It’s just beautiful, comfortable and just right for the two of us. Everything we needed was there. The cottage was lovely and clean. Would absolutely stay again. There is parking outside the cottage but it is a bit tight.

    Reviewed by VickyFeb 2022

  • "Lovey cosy cottage situated in a little square."

    Backs on to the canal tow path which looks idyllic though the cottage picks up traffic noise from the busy road 50 metres to the front. Cottage very clean, well equipped and a lovely Xmas welcome pack was a real treat. Everything in good working order. I feel the cottage would be suited best to a couple or the same with a tot only. The one settee is said to be a 3 seater but if there were 3 grown ups that would be a squeeze. Great walking from the doorstep along the canal and in the woodlands surrounding. Lots to do in the location and nearby villages. Many good cafes and pubs, speciality shops.

    Reviewed by KarinaDec 2021

  • "Clean, comfortable, and warm - perfect stay."

    Great location for local shops and friendly bars and restaurants and local buses and trains. Delightful walks along canal towpath and up hills above Calder Valley affording fabulous views.

    Reviewed by CarolNov 2021

  • "Lovely small but perfectly formed cottage with all mod cons in a fantastic location."

    I stayed for a week with my teenage daughter and our dog. The amount of food and supplies left by the owners was amazing. There is not a lot of storage space and none in the single bedroom, so bear that in mind. We brought a pen for our dog which, I’d recommend as there is not a door to the stairs and the owners state they prefer dogs not to go upstairs. Also bear in mind the only door is the front door which has access straight onto the main road, so if you have a dog that is used to being let out in the garden to toilet at home, you will need to take it out on a lead. Saying that, there is a green space and the canal right next to the cottage so it’s not a big deal. We had no problem parking outside the cottage but space is tight. The main road outside isn’t double yellowed if you do have problems. Hebden Bridge centre is a lovely 1 mile walk along the canal and there is a train line to Leeds and Manchester so you can pretty much do without a car for a week. unfortunately there was a replacement bus service to Manchester during our stay but normally it’s only half an hour. I’ve seen other reviews about traffic noise but we weren’t bothered by it. One thing I would suggest to the owners is blinds in the bathroom. I’m not sure why they haven’t installed them as they are fitted to every other window and it’s a bit disconcerting using the bathroom when there are canal boats moored up outside waiting for the lock. Other than that, it is a great base to stay and I would definitely recommend it.

    Reviewed by MariaOct 2021

  • "Super clean property and wouldn't hesitate about staying again in the future."

    Reviewed by JennieOct 2021

  • "Most cottages leave some milk for arriving guests and while I was disappointed there was none, I couldn’t understand why we had been left 15 eggs in the fridge."

    As the cottage is small, guests may want to store cases or bags on top of bedroom cupboard and as such, it would be a good idea if they are cleaned a couple of times or more a year. Hope these two suggestions make sense - I think they’ll improve the guest experience of what is a nice place

    Reviewed by GuyOct 2021

  • "I’d read a few reviews after I’d booked so was a little bit apprehensive but I needn’t have worried - this place was brilliant."

    Yes you could hear traffic, but it’s in a town so you’d expect that, but it was never sufficient to disturb sleep. If you are a light sleeper bring earplugs. Yes the parking is not guaranteed, but you don’t need a car as the walks and public transport are so good, so just park up and leave it. Yes the bit beside the cottage is derelict space, but bring a camping chair and go and sit by the canal lock 50 yards behind the cottage, and watch the boats come back and forward. Yes the stairs are a bit uneven, but it’s a 200 year old cottage so you’d expect that - just take care. Yes there isn’t frosted glass in the bathroom, but just run the shower for a few minutes as the water is so hot it soon steams the windows up, and the narrowboats going past are usually far more bothered about the upcoming lock than looking into a little window to catch a flash! I do think some previous reviewers just look for things to complain about. The owners left us a load of stuff to use - eggs, bread, milk, tea, coffee, orange juice, porridge and oat cakes, which is probably the best welcome pack we’ve seen, although some oil and butter would have really made it perfect. The cottage itself is so clean, and well decorated that you forget how old it is. It’s small, only one room downstairs, but it’s plenty big enough for two. I cooked twice whilst we were there and there was just enough space although it was tight until we worked out the best places to put all of our stuff. The bed was really comfortable, and the pictures don’t really do it justice, it’s a lovely room. The second room hasn’t any drawers or wardrobes though so that might cause problems if there are three of you. But for two it’s perfect. Easy 20 minute walk along the river into Hebden Bridge, saving all the stress of trying to get parked, with the added bonus of being able to have a glass of something nice at one of the many lovely places in Hebden Bridge. Absolutely loved it and it’s probably the best place we’ve stayed in for years.

    Reviewed by LynnJul 2021

  • "The cottage was amazingly clean & everything provided & beyond!"

    Lots of goodies were left for a VERY welcome arrival. A great location, a short walk to shops & restaurants & Hebden Bridge, a beautiful town & further afield lots to see & do. The road is VERY NOISY & with searing temperatures the small windows that did open (which was limited) didn't help with any air flow, but then we had to contend with the traffic noise, so it was difficult to sleep! Limited car parking space which left the immediate residents irritated, better that guests park across the road in the car park. NO REAR DOOR & NO GARDEN which means having a dog is difficult. A space is available for an outside area, shame it's not been used for that. Therefore a stable door would be a better option for fresh air & preventing the dog going out onto a main road, so the door had to be shut. Overall a great stay but needed a few tweaks to be perfect.

    Reviewed by NinaJul 2021

  • "Property was listed as having a garden/patio however this was overgrown with weeds and trees, also there was building rubble from derelict sheds rendering this area as unusable."

    We had specifically filtered on properties with a garden/patio area and would certainly not have booked this property had we known that the garden/patio area was unusable. Our plans had been to sit out upon our return from our walks/days out but there was nowhere available to do this.

    Reviewed by ElizabethJun 2021

  • "You are still advertising the 'shared courtyard' on your site for this property even though it is in fact an overgrown piece of land with derelict sheds and weeds."

    There is nowhere to sit outside and generally the outside of the property is overgrown with weeds. I raised this matter 2 years ago and the visitors book in the property is full of similar comments. Parking at the property is still an issue and visitors with larger cars will find it very difficult to park. However, this cottage is ideally situated for walking along the canal and we were glad to be in such a good spot .

    Reviewed by JulieJun 2021

  • "It's our second visit to this cottage, think that speaks for itself."

    Reviewed by LoraineJun 2021

  • "The cottage is ideal and all details as listed."

    We will certainly be returning again. We left some items as we had to leave early due to a family emergency and the owner was great and allowed us to return to collect our things the next day. Great for walks, local pubs and such easy access, either walk or train into Hebden Bridge. There was everything we could think of in the cottage and lots of lovely touches and a welcome pack with some luxury items. We have no hesitation of recommending this to any one. There are negative comments about the parking on some reviews, we had no issues what so ever and plenty of space. Don't hesitate, book this cottage you won't be disappointed.

    Reviewed by DeborahDec 2019

  • "Location and log fire"

    Reviewed by WilliamNov 2019

  • "Excellent location, perfect retreat."

    Welcome pack was really appriciated

    Reviewed by JulieNov 2019

  • "Lack of outside space was a big disappointment, although we were forewarned about this."

    Apart from the above there was very little missing from the cottage, so generally very good.

    Reviewed by JamesSep 2019

  • "Fabulous cottage, close to Hebden Bridge and Haworth, really enjoyed our stay and was just perfect for us thanks"

    Reviewed by AndySep 2019

  • "The cottage is very compact and we found that with 2 adults, a child and a dog it was pretty cramped."

    Good points: The cottage is quite nice and enjoys a good location on the canal path within easy walkung distance of Hebden Bridge (1 mile). The house was clean and you get a little welcome pack. Wifi worked well as did the TV with BT freeview. There is a washing machine. Not so good points: Nothing staggering to report but a number of small issues that would really improve the house if they were resolved. Why oh why is there no blind on the bathroom window? The only window on the house without one yet it's the one that most needs it! Both my wife and I had to duck rapidly when having our showers due to passing canal barges with people on the roofs of them having direct view into the bathroom. The barges stop directly outside the window as there is a canal lock next to the house so this must be a regular occurence and something which would be an easy fix. The kitchen is tiny with hardly any work top space so it would be pretty tricky to cook a meal as there simply isn't the space to do so. Also, it's poorly kitted out with the plates and crockery looking tired and a lack of cooking equipment like pans etc. My wife commented that it was kitted out like a student kitchen and that's a pretty good description! The kitchen itself looks pretty new so I don't understand why the owner didn't maximise the available space and have a slightly bigger kitchen as would make a huge difference. Also, it would cost very little to improve the kitchen utensils. The welcome pack was a bit odd as it contained various items yet there wasn't a tea bag to be found in the house. Also, an empty kitchen towel holder. Would be good if these small things were supplied instead of bombay mix and cookies..... Watch the stairs as the risers are very uneven and wouldn't be suitable for a lot of people. The visitors book had a horrible story from recently about a guest who slipped on the 3rd step and hit the kitchen unit at the bottom, breaking their foot and requiring 17 stitches in their face. The parking space is pretty tight and we didn't take our car out in the 2 nights we stayed as we were concerned about getting it back in. Upon our arrival, the parking space had a neighbour's van in it so we had to ask them to move. We have an Audi A4 estate but there is no way I'd try and park anything bigger at the house. Overall, it certainly wasn't the worst place we've ever stayed, however we would't stay at the cottage again if we were visiting the area. Could be much better than it is.

    Reviewed by EuanAug 2019

  • "The only complaint is the outside space which needs sorting."

    despite visitors saying this for the last two years, nothing has been done. Come on guys this is not up to standard. Also stairs have uneven treads so a sign warning of this would be good sense Parking tricky

    Reviewed by LynAug 2019

  • "Cosy cottage in excellent location."

    Well equipped, clean and immaculate. Great value for money. Parking was tight but we generally left the car behind in favour of walking and excellent public transport so didn’t effect us. Very dog friendly area.

    Reviewed by NicolaAug 2019

  • "The cottage states outside space and seating and as previous guests said was not so."

    However this doesn't detract from this lovely cottage. (We took our own seats!)

    Reviewed by LoraineJun 2019

  • "Property description said we had outside seating area and canal access from side ..."

    Property description said we had outside seating area and canal access from side of house in reality the area for seating was overgrown and had scrap wood in it no canal access I had asked when booking if it definitely had outside seating advisor said yes think it should be factual and needs changing also no blinds in bathroom

    Reviewed by PaulineMay 2019

  • "The cottage itself is very cosy, clean and the welcome pack a nice idea for those who would use it."

    A nice walk to Hebden Bridge with its coffee shops and Bistros The neighbours are very friendly and helpful. However, the shared courtyard is a complete wreck, essentially a building yard, the parking is NOT guaranteed, it’s on a first come first serve basis. There was also no hot water or heating, we did not complete our stay. Please be aware this was not a fault of Sykes, as they only have the owners version of the property.

    Many thanks for your feedback, we have fed your comments back to the owner in order to maintain our property standards. Your views are as valued as your initial booking so that we can keep providing the best UK holiday experience. Your points will also be reviewed to ensure that our property descriptions are accurate and not misleading. If you feel that you'd like to discuss your points further, please don't hesitate to call on the details below. 01244 345 700 Our lines are open 7 days a week from 9am until 7pm. Property Owner

    Reviewed by MelanieMay 2019

  • "Enjoyed our stay very much , welcome pack, everything was catered for."

    Bus stop across the road train station within five minutes walk. Supermarket close by.. No real outside space to sit out in , but we wanted to be out and about exploring the area. A big fan of Happy Valley on the tv nice to discover Mytholmroyd was used as one of there locations. Recommend Staying here

    Reviewed by CatherineApr 2019

  • "Lovely relaxing stay, nice clean bedding linen, towels and cottage, lovely warm, well equipped cottage too."

    No CD player though. Some level of traffic noise from main road at front of property during peak times only, possibly needs some soundproofing added in the windows, but noise not excessive. Lovely quiet location otherwise, nice welcome supplies to welcome us on arrival. Lovely village location, good local grocery store and petrol station near by, lovely pub, and fish and chips van locally. Very scenic views all around, close to river and canal, lots geese and ducks to see and feed, lots to do and see, good walking location too. Thank you.

    Reviewed by DerekMar 2019

  • "Great location and easy walking distance along the canal to Henden Bridge, good public transport to other towns and villages including lovely Todmorden."

    Cottage was small and lovely and cosy, everything you could of needed was provided. Everywhere lovely and clean and and all access arrangements were clear.

    Reviewed by CarolineFeb 2019

  • "The best part about this holiday was the location with easy access to the canal lots of lovely walks/ runs were on the doorstep!"

    Would happily stay again!

    Reviewed by AmyFeb 2019

  • "Nice, cosy, compact and comfortable cottage."

    The location by the canal was pleasant though we were somewhat aware of traffic noise, especially cars and motorbikes speeding at night. The welcome pack was very generous and much appreciated. The WiFi worked well, never dropping the connection and the TV had plenty of channels to choose from. Parking and manoeuvring space is rather restricted due to other residents' cars but, as we never used ours, it wasn't an issue. We had lovely lunches at The Stubbing Wharf in Hebden Bridge and At The Weavers, an Italian restaurant in Luddendenfoot, an easy walk along the tow path.

    Reviewed by JohnDec 2018

  • "Absolutely fantastic cottage, in beautiful location."

    Couldn’t have asked for more; days out working and exploring the Dales and cosy nights in front of the fire playing games and enjoying a well deserved drink! So exciting for our little girl to watch the walkers and boats on the canal - lots of friendly people waving back! Booking with Sykes was really easy and the listing accurate

    Reviewed by SarahOct 2018

  • "Lovely location."

    Spotlessly clean. Thoughtful welcome pack. Easy walk to Hebden and Mytholroyd. A real home from home with the cosy woodburner waiting for us each evening. Although there was a parking space, it was slightly unnerving to see the tight maneuvering of the neighbours whilst trying to get their own cars out of the cul de sac, but it was never a problem.

    Reviewed by CherylOct 2018

  • "There was no outside place to sit, although there was a photograph of table and chairs outside."

    Communal courtyard area congested with other owners parked van and cars

    Reviewed by LauraOct 2018

  • "Cottage was great so near the canal & locks had no problems at all loads of ..."

    Cottage was great so near the canal & locks had no problems at all loads of places to walk never moved car all week many thanks Kev & sue

    Reviewed by KevinSep 2018

  • "Mainly met expectations."

    The cottage was very clean and comfortable, well maintained to a high standard. Very pretty location, easy walk into Hebden Bridge or bus stop directly across the road. Parking tight for a large car. The description stated shared courtyard garden with furniture? the courtyard was very overgrown, the "furniture" was 2 dirty plastic chairs with oil can & rags on top - such a shame as it would have been nice to sit outside after a days walking, before going out to dinner. This is the only thing that has let the owner down.

    Reviewed by RobertJul 2018

  • "Stayed here twice, very happy with property."

    Reviewed by PhillipJul 2018

  • "The cottage was very clean and comfortable."

    Welcome gifts was a wonderful gesture. Area getting back to normal now after the horrendous floods of 2015. Really enjoyed the area's beautiful landscape.

    Reviewed by MichaelJun 2018

  • "No Very nice cottage in a stunning area."

    Excellent area for walking. Hebden Bridge is a fabulous place with lots of quirky shops. A visit to Hardcastle Crags is a must with fantastic walking.

    Reviewed by AnneMay 2018

  • "Great little cottage in a lovely area."

    Only thing to note is that parking is somewhat limited. Guests with a full size estate car will struggle to get in and out of the space provided due to the local residents parking habits.

    Reviewed by RichardApr 2018

  • "Couldn't of choice a better on to stay at very easy to walk to and from to the town and stations to go near by towns"

    Reviewed by MarkApr 2018

  • "Lovely little cottage and very convenient for cycling along the canal which is right on its doorstep!"

    Reviewed by JillApr 2018

  • "Second time at this cozy cottage."

    Relaxing place to live for a week, plenty hillside to walk along. Pet friendly. Will definitely go again. 10/10.

    Reviewed by KevinMar 2018

  • "A comfortable and very well kept cottage."

    We enjoyed our stay.The lady that looks after the cottage,was extremely kind and helpful.

    Reviewed by JenniferMar 2018

  • "Perfect little cottage for two."

    some things like the cooker, tv system a little, "techy", but loved the place.

    Reviewed by PhillipFeb 2018

  • "Beautiful cottage, welcoming and homely."

    Reviewed by LisaJul 2017

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Summary

  • Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x single
  • Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC
  • Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with woodburning stove
  • Gas central heating with woodburning stove
  • Electric oven, ceramic hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, TV with Freeview, DVD, WiFi
  • Washing machine
  • Fuel, power and starter pack for stove inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Note: Off road parking for 1 car on a first come first serve basis
  • One well-behaved dog welcome
  • Note: Uneven stairs in the property
  • Sorry, no smoking
  • Shop 5 mins walk, pub 10 mins walk

The property

Hebden Bridge 1 mile.

This lovely, end-terrace holiday cottage is situated in the village of Mytholmroyd, on the outskirts of Hebden Bridge.

Set back slightly from the main road on a small...

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About the location

HEBDEN BRIDGE

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.

Region Information

This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Winter
  • Off-season
  • Last minute
  • Christmas