Posted on Apr 14 at 16:35 PM. Last edited on Jul 01 at 16:16 PM
This cosy, comfortable cottage, which lies in the Pennine hills between Todmorden and Hebden Bridge, is part of a traditional stone farmhouse dating back to 1692.
It is a fabulous area for walking. Some walks can be made from the cottage as the Pennine and Calderdale Ways traverse the hills behind the property whilst less arduous walks can be made along the nearby canal towpath – you might be lucky and catch a fleeting glimpse of a kingfisher!
Todmorden is an interesting market town with an industrial heritage and an eye to the future with its internationally acclaimed self sufficiency scheme known as Incredible Edible. You may also wander around the many independent shops of Hebden Bridge or time your visit for one of its festivals or the annual Car Rally.
Further afield are Haworth and the Bronte country, Keighley and the Worth Valley Steam Railway, Halifax and its Eureka museum, the National Trust area of Hardcastle Craggs and the Singing Ringing Tree in Burnley; all are within a radius of 10 miles.
There are excellent rail links to Manchester, Leeds, York and Blackpool.The Cottage Open Jan-Dec. Ideal for walking and touring. Self-catering 3*. Sleeps 1-4.
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