Early 17th Century Grade II listed cottage in the village of Old Town, one mile from Hebden Bridge in the South Pennines. This historic property comfortably accommodates 4 guests. Consistently awarded 4 star rating by English Tourist Board and has recently earned their Gold Award for the outstanding quality of accommodation and excellent customer service provided. Tastefully decorated to a high standard with fully co-ordinated soft furnishings throughout.
The cottage was renovated by the current owners, restoring and retaining many original features including the open fireplace with gas fuel wood burning stove, mullion windows and original oak beams. The lounge is cosy and full of character and includes TV with Sky, sound system, DVD and free wi-fi internet access. The fully fitted dining kitchen includes electric cooker, washing machine, microwave, toaster, fridge, freezer and seating for four people.
Bedroom 1 has a comfortable double divan bed, spacious fitted wardrobes, dressing table, bedside cabinet, mullion windows and oak beams.
Bedroom 2 has adult bunk beds, chest of drawers and storage. The pristine bathroom has a modern electric shower over the bath, wash basin and wc, tiled floor and bath surround, quality towels and toiletries included.
There is parking for 2 cars alongside the small cottage garden and a small patio area with garden furniture.
Full gas central heating and double glazing. All heating and lighting,bed linen and towels, welcome food pack, complimentary fresh fruit, fresh flowers and toiletries are included. We provide plenty of information about walking and touring in the South Pennines and Yorkshire Dales, maps, leaflets and descriptions of walks from the door of the cottage.
Well behaved pets are welcome by prior arrangement.
Please complete booking enquiry form to check availability or telephone for information.
We pride ourselves in providing a personal service and making sure everything is perfect for our guests, over 60% of our bookings are from previous guests - doesn't that speak for itself!
There are 2 local traditional pubs in the village within 0.5 miles of the cottage, both serve real ale and home cooked food & have quiz & folk nights. Haworth, the home of the Brontes, is only a 15 minute drive away and Skipton, the gateway to the Yorkshire Dales a 40 minute drive.
From Hebden Bridge take the A6033 towards Keighley. After 1.5 miles take a sharp right turn signed to Old Town & Midgley on to Ackroyd Lane. Continue on Ackroyd Lane with magnificent views of Heptonstall and Stoodley Pike to your right, then take the first turn on the right into Old Town Mill Lane. The cottage is approximately 200yds on the right of the lane, after the Cricket ground. There is a shorter route to/from Hebden Bridge which is 1 mile via Birchcliffe Road, Sandy Gate & Walker Lane however the route described is the easiest to follow in order to find the cottage initially.