Sorry no pets.
ETC: 5 Star.
Low season £245 - £325 pw.
High season £325 - £405 pw.
Short breaks £175 - £285.
For current Special Offers please click on our website for details.
For further details please contact:
Tel: 01535 645500
Last minute vacancies during weeks:Reload this mapHoneysuckle Cottage was originally the mistal for the adjoining farmhouse of Hardnaze Farm before recently being converted into a luxury cottage for two. The cottage retains all of its original character and has been converted to a high degree of luxury to include:
1 Nov, 8 Nov, 15 Nov, 22 Nov, 29 Nov
- Open plan ground floor with under floor heating.
- Comfortable lounge with new flat screen TV and DVD player, French windows opening onto a patio with fabulous views.
- Fully fitted dining/kitchen with oven/hob, dishwasher, fridge/freezer and microwave.
- Four piece bathroom suite, including walk-in shower.
- Bedroom with king-size solid pine bed.
- Private patio and garden with spectacular views.
- Unlimited parking.
- Internet broadband available at no extra charge.
- Enjoy Hardnaze Clough, a conservation area of unspoilt moorland, trees and streams, owned by the farm.
- Fantastic walks straight from the door.
- Ideal romantic destination and great for bird watching.
Come to Honeysuckle Cottage and enjoy a holiday with all the comforts of modern living but in a beautiful unspoilt part of the countryside.
- Honeysuckle Cottage is situated in open countryside, just 2 miles from the village of Haworth, well known for its connections with the Bronte family. Haworth's steep main street, paved with stone setts is lined with historic buildings, inns, shops, galleries and cafes, leading down to the Worth Valley Steam Railway, famous as the location for 'The Railway Children'.
- Only 5 miles away is the town of Hebden Bridge nestling in a steep sided valley with many interesting shops, cafes and walks. Hardcastle Crags, historic National Trust woodland, lies within easy walking distance of the town. Close by, is the hilltop village of Heptonstall, with ancient buildings including an old Grammar School and ruined church.
- A little further away the cities of Leeds and Bradford have Theatres, the National Museum of Photography, Film and Television, excellent nightlife and famously fantastic curries!