Set in an elevated position with stunning long distance views, this charming stone cottage has been tastefully renovated to the highest of standards retaining much original character, with some exposed stonework and beams, yet including all modern conveniences.
Endless country walks begin at the front door, indeed with the Pennine/Calderdale Way passing close by.
This cottage makes an ideal base to explore the scenic delights of Hollingworth Lake (local tourist attraction), Hebden Bridge historic market town, Eureka children's museum in Halifax, and less than 45 minutes away from Howarth with its parsonage museum, and Worth Valley Railway which is Britain's only and last surviving complete branch line railway, used in many films including the Railway Children.
Golfing, horse riding, trout fishing and leisure club which includes swimming pool and 3 tennis courts are all within 10 minutes car journey.
There are also an excellent range of restaurants, and public houses close by, the nearest within 5 minutes walk, serving delicous home cooked food 7 days a week.
Ground floor: Dining/kitchen, WC, spacious lounge with co-ordinated leather sofas.
First floor: 2 bedrooms, 1 double, 1 twin, bathroom with shower, toilet and basin.
No pets, non smokers only.
Full oil fired central heating.
All fuel, power, bed linen (duvets) & towels included.
Parking for 2 cars.
37"HD ready TV with blue ray DVD player along with a library of over 100 DVD's for our guests to enjoy. Stereo/CD.
Free evening and weekend unlimited telephone calls anywhere in the UK, and broadband internet access.