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The Cottage, 24 Main Street

Stanbury, Yorkshire Dales - South (Ref. 997064)

4.9

Outstanding

Sykes rating

  • Sleeps 4

  • Bedrooms 2

  • Bathrooms 1

  • Pets Yes

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Features

  • Open fire
  • Cot available
  • Highchair available
  • Pub/shop < 1 mile
  • Washing machine
  • Dishwasher
  • Broadband / WiFi

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55 Customer Reviews

  • "Fantastic cottage with plenty of character and charm."

    Lovely and cool to return to after a hot weather day! The lack of garden wasn’t an issue for us as the beer garden at the Wuthering Heights Inn next door has stunning views and is dog friendly. Andrea, the cottage owner, was there to greet us on arrival and was very helpful. The cottage was clean and well equipped, with a bountiful supply of provisions (cake, milk, eggs, butter, jam, tea, coffee, treats for the dog and more). Great walks from the door, lots of places of interest in the local area too. Would highly recommend.

    Reviewed by RachelJul 2022

  • "The only gripe would be the "back yard" it was the smallest triangle I have ever seen ."

    yard it definitely was not

    Reviewed by CatherineJul 2022

  • "Absolutely gorgeous cottage - spotless and well equipped."

    We arrived to a lovely welcome pack and two vases of Sweet Williams which were much appreciated. The cottage is on a great location to explore the area. Andrea, the owner could not have been more helpful. Thank you very much!

    Reviewed by LauraJun 2022

  • "Lovely cosy cottage welcome pack extremely appreciated Andrea thought of every and on hand for queries."

    Good location for walking friendly pub serving good food next door.Only slight downside is parking but plenty of space further down road would recommend.

    Reviewed by StephenMay 2022

  • "Beautiful cottage in a stunning location."

    The owner couldn’t have been more helpful. We would highly recommend this accommodation.

    Reviewed by EmilyMay 2022

  • "The cottage it's self was very nice and comfortable , the little extras were much appreciated."

    The only downside for us was that the enclosed back yard was not suitable for a dog, only being approx 4ft x 12ft

    Reviewed by KeithMay 2022

  • "The cottage was well decorated and furnished."

    Comfy beds, well equipped and little extras like tea, coffee, milk, eggs, cake were unexpected. Parking outside the property initially seemed to be a problem because the road is narrow but after we unloaded we moved the car slightly down the road ( a few hundred yards) and it was perfectly safe. The pub next door does lovely meals as does the Old Silent Inn just down the road. It was an ideal base for walking and exploring the area and we will definitely book again.

    Reviewed by JulieApr 2022

  • "We had a really lovely stay at The Cottage."

    It’s cosy and the beds are very comfortable. Kitchen and bathroom are modern and well equipped. Everything you need is provided, with the added bonus of a generous welcome pack, which included items such as milk, bread, eggs, biscuits etc. and a vase of lovely daffodils. Treats for our dog too! Lots of walks from the cottage onto the moors and into Haworth. Andrea was super helpful with any enquiries. Would love to go back and stay again.

    Reviewed by HeatherApr 2022

  • "We had a brilliant stay at no."

    24 in March. We have stayed in a number of holiday let’s in the UK and this was by far one of the best. The reclining setttee and chair certainly helped relaxing after our walks. Beds were comfortable and the bathroom was modern with toiletries provided. The kitchen had also been modernised and had everything you could wish for. This included the best welcome ‘pack’ we’ve had; Bread,milk,biscuits,cake,eggs and more. We were,as in the description, able to do a number of walks from our doorstep which almost immediately took us into the beautiful countryside. We would certainly go again!

    Reviewed by PaulineMar 2022

  • "Perfect setting for a cosy week away in Bronte country."

    Reviewed by TonyFeb 2022

  • "Fabulous, lovely stay."

    Comfy warm cottage, a great base for walking around the Brontë sights!

    Reviewed by Amy-jayneFeb 2022

  • "Loved the cottage."

    Lots of nice walks in the area. Close to some lovely towns such as Harrogate and Skipton. Will be returning. .Maybe in Spring or Summer when the weather better.

    Reviewed by GrahamJan 2022

  • "We couldn’t have asked for a more perfect Christmas getaway."

    We had a magical time at the cottage. On arrival there was a Christmas tree set up, stockings and local gifts, such as eggs and mince pies - they were even treats for our dog! The cottage was warm and cosy throughout the whole trip, was clean with such attention to detail. The owner was on hand the whole time and really attentive. We enjoyed some stunning walks, even making our way to Top Withens in the snow on Boxing Day! Haworth was as magical as ever - a trip to the Main Street on Christmas Eve was delightful. The most fabulous cottage in the most beautiful location. It really was a perfect stay, thank you!

    Reviewed by AndyDec 2021

  • "The Cottage is so nice & quaint but had all the amenities that you could ask for."

    It is well situated for travelling about, either on foot or by car. Definitely stay there again.

    Reviewed by WendyDec 2021

  • "Wonderfully prepared cottage ideally located next to a good pub with great food."

    The kitchen was well stocked with all the essentials including milk , some cake and basics like tea and coffee. We arrived just after a major power cut and the owner arrived with candles just in case there was another power cut. The log burner was great and we enjoyed a great winter break in a lovely part of Yorkshire. Would reccommend.

    Reviewed by DavidNov 2021

  • "This is my second stay in this beautiful cottage."

    .. You're spoilt with everything this cottage has to offer.. The extra special touch of a welcome basket provided by the owner.. My dog settled in instantly.. So quiet and peaceful located in the most stunning area.. I Highly recommend this home from home cottage and I will be returning...

    Reviewed by JoanneOct 2021

  • "The cottage was just as beautiful as the photos, there was everything there that you needed & more, it was very comfy & all that we wanted to visit were in close proximity."

    Andrea the owner was so lovely and there to meet us, anything you needed or queries she was there straight away on the end of the phone. There was a superb welcome pack (more like a hamper!) And we kept on finding little treats on our stay. We would have to say this is the best we have ever stayed in and a credit to you Andrea, thank you so much

    Reviewed by StewartSep 2021

  • "What a wonderful cottage!"

    We were welcomed with a lovely pack containing milk, bread, biscuits and cake - thank you. The cottage is very homely, has excellent facilities and is a true home from home. Clean throughout and the log burner is just fab! Sky and smart TV a real bonus along with a dishwasher and washing machine. Thank you Andrea for being a brilliant host and for providing a great cottage in a beautiful part of the country. Highly recommended.

    Reviewed by ChrisJul 2021

  • "Best equipped, beautiful cottage I’ve been into."

    Highly recommended!!!

    Reviewed by MargaretJul 2021

  • "This is the best equipped holiday cottage we have ever rented, the owner left us a very generous welcome pack plus lots of little extras, they were quick to respond to any queries too, great location, plenty to see & do in the area & a great pub next door, would definitely recommend."

    Reviewed by MarleneJul 2021

  • "Really enjoyed our few days in the cottage."

    . great cottage, good spot for walks and beauty spots.. kids liked playground. Used both local pubs daily... would recommend definitely.

    Reviewed by EwanMay 2021

  • "The owner went above and beyond to make our stay as perfect as it could be."

    The cottage was so comfortable and clean. We found so much to do and see in the area. The TV was the best we have had in a holiday let, and the log burner was so cosy and warm. I could not fault anything in this property. Many thanks to Andrea, and Sykes for making this holiday lovely, even if it was a year late due to COVID.

    Reviewed by AnnMay 2021

  • "Beautiful little cottage ,the owners went over and above to make our stay comfortable with many small extra touches included ,."

    If you like walking there are many lovely walks from the door ,the cottage is situated for many places of interest .Well recommended .

    Reviewed by PaulineMay 2021

  • "The cottage was excellent, had everything you could wish for."

    Andrea the owner met us when we arrived, she was very friendly, and left us a lovely welcome hamper. Nothing was too much trouble. Ideal location for great walks in Stanbury and surrounding countryside. Had a relaxing few days, would definately return.

    Reviewed by SusanApr 2021

  • "Host was absolutely perfect, couldn’t ask for anymore."

    They even left face masks and hand sanitiser; she was on the end of the phone for any questions. The place was spotless and so characteristic we loved it and didn’t want to come home.

    Reviewed by HollieOct 2020

  • "The owner is absolutely lovely."

    The place was cosy and great place to walk from the door. I will be back again to explore the area it was ace.

    Reviewed by RachelSep 2020

  • "A lovely little bolt-hole amidst beautiful countryside."

    The cottage was very well equipped and thoughtfully decorated in keeping with the age of the property. The welcome pack of tea, coffee, sugar, eggs, milk, bread, butter, cake and biscuits, was very thoughtful too! The owner was easy to contact in the run up to the holiday and had thoughtfully provided gloves and hand sanitiser too. There aren’t any shops in the village, but Haworth is a very short drive away, or a walk of about a mile and a half. The pub right next door was great, a proper country pub, serving good honest food. Please remember to book a table though! Some stunning walks right from the front door. Our dog loved the holiday...especially the dog treats provided!

    Reviewed by TraceyJul 2020

  • "We had a brilliant time relaxed, laughed, walked around the Bronte Attractions, brilliant for people who love walking."

    Locals were very friendly, next door was the Wuthering Heights Pub where the owners were very accommodating and gave great information on the local area. Same with The friendly also a pub, I met a few locals who gave me some history on more attractions, an ex teacher named John also gave me info on the Bronte Sister's. We also visited Howarth for shopping purposes, the Main Street is a must to visit. Only downside was with coronavirus was difficult to find anywhere open after 10pm and having teens they are always hungry. I would recommend finding out before your trip, what is open. If I didn't suffer with joint issues I would have gone further on the walk I wasn't that far from the waterfall. Bring climbing sticks if you do have issues would be so much more easier. I left my teens to enjoy the rest carefully they enjoyed themselves xx Cottage was very cosy and we loved the recliners. To relax in also the fire

    Reviewed by AvenderJul 2020

  • "We were met on arrival and given a quick tour of the property."

    There was a wonderful hamper that provided the basics and much much more. We felt like we were staying at a friend's house rather than a holiday rental. The fire was really lovely to return to after our walks ( in the rain!) The position is ideal with easy access to local places of interest. Overall, one of the best places we've stayed at. Highly recommended

    Reviewed by SusanFeb 2020

  • "The very friendly owner Andrea met us with the keys and showed us around this superb cottage."

    It may be a smaller property but everything has been carefully thought out with comfort in mind. We brought the usual supplies but to be honest we didn’t need them. The welcome hamper was extraordinary and we just kept finding things in the fridge etc which had been supplied for us. I can’t praise this cottage enough - it’s cleanliness , provisions , warmth etc. We will definitely be back but hopefully for longer next time. The pub next door is definitely a bonus and dog friendly too. Walks are straight from the door and the scenery stunning. If you’re looking at this cottage book it!! You won’t be disappointed Nick and Claire

    Reviewed by NicholasDec 2019

  • "I had a wonderful stay at 24 Main Street."

    It has everything you need in a good holiday rental - the kitchen facilities are well stocked, it's very clean, well organised and the decor is lovely and homey. Would definitely recommend. The bed was a little hard for me personally, but that's likely just due to individual taste.

    Reviewed by EleanorNov 2019

  • "We had a lovely, relaxed weekend at 24 Main Street for our wedding anniversary."

    The cottage itself was lovely and cosy. The owner had left a generous welcome pack which we really appreciated and added to making our weekend extra special. The pub next door serves good food (you can't hear the pub at all from the cottage) and there are lots of great walks in the surrounding area. We had a great time, thank you for your hospitality!

    Reviewed by LouiseNov 2019

  • "The cottage is beautiful and had everything we needed for our stay."

    Andrea the host met us with the keys and to show us round and provided up with a lovely little welcome hamper as well as ice in the freezer for our G&Ts. We can't wait to book again for next year!

    Reviewed by LisaOct 2019

  • "The cottage was beautiful and so comfortable."

    It rained on the Wednesday so after a soggy walk we put the wood burner on and played monopoly. We felt so at home. We felt so welcome when we arrived and there was a lovely basket of goodies for us. Whilst we were there we visited Brontë falls which was lovely. We also walked over the hills and into Haworth where we got on the steam train to Keighley. Haworth is a stunning little town but steep. Overall we loved the cottage and the area and would recommend it to anyone.

    Reviewed by SaraAug 2019

  • "The cottage had everything we needed plus more."

    The location was ideal for exploring nearby sites. Loved the reclining chairs and the welcome we received from Andrea far outweighed our expectations. The lemon drizzle cake and buns were a lovely touch and delicious ! The pub next door was great and we had fish and chips the night we arrived as recommended by Andrea. The play park opposite the friendly pub was also ideal for my 8 year old, also recommended by Andrea. Just wish we could have stayed longer I miss reclining on an evening watching sky tv with great Wi-Fi !! Thanks so much

    Reviewed by CarolineAug 2019

  • "Lovely well equipped cottage, situated in a quaint little village."

    Good for families and a puppy. There is lots to do in the area, beautiful walks across the moorlands and the Railway Children wall is a must do. Near by National Trust properties which offer lots to do and great places for the children.

    Reviewed by LizziJul 2019

  • "Cottage is very well equipped and owner provided a generous welcome pack."

    This cottage is in a perfect position for walking on the moors. We would recommend this cottage unhesitatingly to anyone wanting to get away from it all.

    Reviewed by RoxanneJul 2019

  • "A wonderful cottage with so many finishing touches - a real home from home."

    Reviewed by StephanieJun 2019

  • "Friendly welcome by Andrea and a lovely basket of goodies/ essentials left was that extra special touch."

    Lovely cottage, very cosy and good for links to local villages and towns. Highly recommend

    Reviewed by WendyJun 2019

  • "A beautiful cottage and lovely welcome from Andrea, couldn’t recommend highly enough."

    We will definitely be back again.

    Reviewed by BenMay 2019

  • "This is a lovely restored cottage, with all modern conveniences."

    The nearby town of Haworth has lots of eating places. The pub next door is very nice but only does evening food on Friday, Saturday and Sunday which didn't coincide with our visit. A bus stops outside if you prefer to use that rather than the car. Lots of beautiful walks nearby.

    Reviewed by JeanMay 2019

  • "The cottage was very well situated for a nice easy walk on pathways to Haworth also a walk around the rear for dog walking which ended up at the dog friendly pub also called THE FRIENDLY."

    Skipton was great for shopping,the Saturday market was excellent and a nice walk along the canal. Fish Friday in the Wuthering heights pub next door was lovely. The place to stay is 24 Main street if you like walking relaxing and a touch oldie worldey.Andrea the owner could not do enough for us to make our stay so comfortable.

    Reviewed by RaymondMay 2019

  • "A lovely spotlessly clean cottage with all the facilities you could ask for."

    Andrea, the owner, met us at the door and showed us around explaining how to operate the central heating and cooker etc. She also provided us with a whole range of goodies including: flowers, cakes, biscuits, eggs, bread and milk. There were also logs and coal for the wood burner and biscuits for the dog.

    Reviewed by MikeMay 2019

  • "Host provided a very generous welcome with all types of goodies and flowers, even treats for the dog!"

    Reviewed by RuthApr 2019

  • "We were made to feel really welcome with a home made cake and chocolates on arrival."

    Beautiful walks with stunning views. Food in the local pub was perfect and Haworth down the road is well worth a visit.

    Reviewed by KathrynApr 2019

  • "A super cottage ideally situated to explore Bronte country and the surrounding area."

    The owner gave us a warm welcome on our arrival and provided us with a welcome pack which included home made cakes, an Easter egg and even biscuits for our dog! The cottage was clean and comfortable; I would strongly recommend staying here.

    Reviewed by LucyApr 2019

  • "Arrived at cottage and was met with a warm welcome and some essentials which included my favourite coffee, home bakes, bread and milk not to mention the stalked log burner and plenty of logs to last for our stay."

    The cottage was really comfortable and I didn't want to move from the reclining chairs and the log burner. We had a lovely stay here and had everything we needed in the cottage. Great local walks on the doorstep.

    Reviewed by GillianApr 2019

  • "Exceptional cottage."

    Excellent welcome from host and wonderful welcome goodies on arrival. Beatiiful area and walks and things to do in local area . Highly recommended.

    Reviewed by JoanneMar 2019

  • "Lovely break in Yorkshire."

    Cottage excellent. Clean, well appointed, great position couldn’t ask for more really. Great welcome from the owner, lovely welcome pack, especially the home made cakes. Plenty of walks from the door, stunning views and a pub next door! The walk in to Howarth took about 40 minutes, plenty of places to eat and drink. If you want a relaxing country break I would definitely recommend 24, Main Street.

    Reviewed by ChrisMar 2019

  • "Andrea made us very welcome - her communication was excellent prior to the holiday."

    The cottage was warm for our arrival; well equipped and comfortable; and there was an unexpected welcome pack.

    Reviewed by VerityMar 2019

  • "We absolutely loved this beautiful, comfortable, listed cottage which we believe was built in 1700's."

    Refurbished to the highest standards with top quality furnishings. Everything was supplied for a very high standard self catering holiday. The multi fuel burner sitting in an inglenook fireplace being a fabulous feature in the lounge. Perhaps a negative would be that it sits on a busy road and can sometimes be quite noisy at times. However this didn't particularly bother us because a big positive for us was that there was a regular hourly public bus service, with a bus stop just up the road which took us into Howarth or Keighley to get connecting services to other parts of the area, without having to use the car which we found to be a great asset. Fantastic walks right from the front door and beautiful moorland views from the lounge and bedroom windows. Everyone in this lovely quiet village which we met were extremely friendly and welcoming and Andrea our host really just couldn't do or supply enough for us to make our stay special. She left us with a most generous hospitality tray. I would have no hesitation to recommend 24 Main Street and we will certainly return later on in the year.

    Reviewed by JohnMar 2019

  • "We really enjoyed our stay in this beautiful cottage."

    The place was immmaculate and had everything we needed! The host was very welcoming. We would definitely consider returning if in the area again.

    Reviewed by KellyFeb 2019

  • "We were pleased with the property and the standard of facilities."

    The property was clean and well equipped. We had a lovely stay. The only thing about the property that we said we wish we would have known before booking was that the road is quite noisy. The traffic starts quite early in the morning and can be heard in the lounge and the front bedroom.

    Reviewed by KirstianneFeb 2019

  • "We felt the cottage exceeded our expectations."

    It was very homely and welcoming and the property has been very well maintained and invested in. The location is great, we walked into Haworth with our dog and baby and heard absolutely no noise from the pub next door which we visited and were made to feel very welcome there too!

    Reviewed by MartynDec 2018

  • "We spent Christmas week in this cottage and it more than met our expectations."

    The cottage was welcoming,warm and comfortable and was equipt to the highest standard. The 'welcome pack' of goodies including home made Victoria cake and mince pies was exceptional. A great base for exploring the area.

    Reviewed by SusanDec 2018

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Summary

  • Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin (zip/link can be double on request)
  • Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC
  • Kitchen
  • Sitting room with woodburning stove.
  • Gas central heating with woodburning stove
  • Electric oven, gas hob, microwave, slow cooker, fridge, dishwasher, washer/dryer, Smart TV, selection of books, games
  • WiFi
  • Fuel, power and starter pack for fire/stove inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Highchair and travel cot available on request
  • Roadside parking for 2 cars opposite property
  • Small, enclosed yard with wood store at rear
  • One well-behaved dog welcome
  • Sorry, no smoking
  • Shop 1 mile, pub next door
  • Note: Property has no garden but has a yard that is enclosed
  • Note: The owner doesn't take bookings starting on a Sunday
  • Note: The property will only accept short breaks from Friday to Monday or Monday to Friday only

The property

Tucked away in the farming village of Stanbury, engulfed by beautiful moorland and farmland, is number 24 Main Street.

Situated right next to 'The Wuthering Heights' inn, this stone cottage is ideal for walkers and historians looking to explore a fabulous region of Yorkshire.

It has lovely, stone features throughout, with mullion windows and a woodburning stove adding a cosy ambience to the sitting room.

Exposed beams uplift the interior, with beautiful fixtures and fittings, promising a home-from-home feel.

The kitchen offers a contemporary design, fully equipped for all your cooking requirements.

Upstairs is a twin room with zip/link beds and views out towards the wild landscape that inspired Emily Bronte's 'Wuthering Heights'.

The master double bedroom has been put together with lovely attention to detail and more of those countryside vistas.

Bedside tables, a wardrobe and chest of draws, coordinated with lovely cushions, curtains and a throw, accompany the stylish bed.

Serving these two rooms is the beautifully modern bathroom finished in grey and white.

Adjacent to the bathroom is an old, feature fireplace adding character to the landing space.

Positioned on the circular Bronte walk to Top Withins and the Bronte Falls, this makes the perfect base for those seeking fresh air and a healthy break.

The pub next door serves delicious food and drinks, together with a traditional feel.

The village of Haworth is close by with shops and places to eat and drink, as well as the Bronte Parsonage Museum and the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway.

Take a day to explore the towns and villages within the Dales and find many more attractions in the cities of York, Manchester and Leeds, all within driving distance.

A delightful retreat in a beautiful region of West Yorkshire.

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About the location

STANBURY, YORKSHIRE

Keighley 5.6 miles; Leeds 26.5 miles

Nestled close to the land that inspired the written works of Emily Bronte, in beautiful West Yorkshire, is the village of Stanbury. It is about a mile away from Haworth and some 4 miles south-west of Keighley. Surrounded by farmland and wild moors, Stanbury sits near the derelict farmhouse Top Withens, which is said to have been the inspiration for Wuthering Heights. This is a popular walking destination and landmark, on the Pennine Way, a National Trail attracting amblers from all over. There are a few pubs, as well as a school and a church, with many more amenities in nearby Haworth. The Bronte Parsonage Museum, formerly the home of the Bronte family, is steeped in history, with a range of events on throughout the year, as well as exhibitions and a souvenir shop. Nearby, the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway, brought to life in the film The Railway Children, provides a lovely day out with the family, offering a regular service to the village of Oxenhope. There is also the National Trust's East Riddlesden Hall, enclosed in beautiful grounds and the National Railway Museum in the city of York. You are also on the fringes of the superb Yorkshire dales, with the pretty towns of Harrogate and Skipton to explore. Then there's the thriving cities of Leeds and Manchester with many shopping opportunities, places to eat and drink, with a vibrant nightlife scene. A charming base to choose for your next break.

Region Information

Note: Property has no garden but has a yard that is enclosed.

The owner doesnt take bookings starting on a Sunday.
Note: The property will only accept short breaks from Friday to Monday or Monday to Friday only

This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Winter
  • Last minute
  • Christmas