West End House is a charming, single-storey cottage resting conveniently in the suburbs of the Yorkshire city of Bradford, within the charming stone village of Thornton.
The property benefits from welcoming accommodation, situated perfectly for exploring both the urban and rural delights of West and North Yorkshire.
Enter into this inviting holiday home and step down into an enticing sitting room, offering snug sofas enjoying the warmth of the open fire, the perfect setup for the chillier weather.
Just off of here, find a conservatory-cum-dining room, a bright layout overlooking the attractive gardens to the rear of the property, a superb spot to sit and enjoy your meals.
The kitchen offers a fresh, modern style, lined by immaculate white units and offering a helpful range of appliances to make use of.
The family bathroom is attractively tiled, serving the two delightful bedrooms here at West End House, the double and twin bedrooms are decorated with peace and comfort in mind to ensure a restful night's sleep before each adventure-packed day.
Make the most of the enclosed rear garden when the sun comes out, containing a well-kept lawn and a wonderful patio, sit here with an ice cold drink and watch the dog run and play.
Take the simple stroll towards the village of Thornton, its stone-built main street is laced with charming amenities, as well as hosting the birthplace of the famous Brontë sisters, which has now been converted into a café.
The renowned literary family moved into the quaint village of Haworth just a few miles away, their family home can also be visited for you bookworms out there.
The city of Bradford is also easy to reach, offering a fantastic choice of places to eat, drink and shop, as does Leeds slightly further afield.
For more of a rural retreat, take the trip to the Yorkshire Dales National Park which is a haven for lovers of walking, cycling, scenery and the outdoors in general.
Tour this tremendous region of England from the welcoming West End Cottage.
About the location
Leeds 9.8 miles; Haworth 12.4 miles.
The cosmopolitan district of Bradford has something for every guest and all ages. From the world famous Bradford city centre, the city's status as UNESCO City of Film, and Michelin-starred restaurants to Saltaire's cobbled streets, this busy district is not to be missed. Bradford truly is one of Yorkshire's most diverse districts. If you're looking for outdoor activities, the unique 'Cow and Calf rocks' near Ilkley are the perfect place for rock climbing or simply for hiking in beautiful surroundings. Alternatively, if you're looking for something more relaxed, spend an afternoon in the award-winning Betty's Tearoom, browsing in Keighley's large shopping centre or visiting historic Haworth to discover the charming railway station made famous in the film of The Railway Children. Leeds and Manchester are reached at a short distance, whilst a series of pubs and food outlets surround the area locally, with the location being convenient for Bronte Country, the Dales and the northern Peak District.
Note: Steps inside and outside of property.