- £448 per week
- £64 per night
- 3 Guests
- 2 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- 2 Pets
Beds & bedrooms
- Bed linen provided
- 1 double bed
- 1 single bed
- Washing machine
- 2 WCs
- Towels provided
- Enclosed garden
- Private parking
How far to...?
- Beach 54 miles
- Pub 0.5 miles
- Shop 0.5 miles
- Welcome pack
- Countryside views
Important - please note
- Check in: 7:00pm
- Check out: 9:00am
- Ground floor toilet
- Ground floor bath/shower room
- Walk-in shower
Read the full Access Statement for this property.
This delightful stone-built property is situated close to the popular market town of Hebden Bridge in Yorkshire, the cottage welcomes pets and also has the benefit of three enclosed parking spaces which is quite rare for this area. An enclosed courtyard to the rear of the property is ideal for those lazy afternoon drinks after a busy day exploring. Beaufort Cottage is within walking distance of the local pubs which serves wonderful food and come highly recommended. Why not try the Robin Hood pub which is famous for its Sunday lunches. With walks from the door, stunning views, light and airy accommodation and pet friendly, this property is an ideal base to explore further into this wonderful area of Yorkshire. The Rochdale Canal slides through Hebden Bridge and bringing with it many brightly coloured narrow boats. There are also many cycling and horse-riding trails as well as historical and local places of interest. The individual quirky shops and independent tea rooms are a must for an afternoon in this stunning town. There is an Arts Festival every June/July and a handmade parade winds its way through the town from noon and culminates with an extravaganza of street entertainment, this is an event not to be missed. If you wish to venture a little further afield why not have a day at Haworth and explore Bronte country or see historic Shibden Hall in Halifax where Gentleman Jack was filmed or visit the newly renovated Piece Hall with its individual boutique shops and cafes. There is so much to do in this area you will be spoilt for choice.
Entrance: One step up to entrance
Hallway: Coat storage or
Cloakroom: Shower, washbasin, toilet.
Open plan living: Comfortable sofa and chair, large 43” Smart 4K HDR TV, wall mounted electric effect flame fire, coffee table, breakfast bar, fridge/freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, microwave, ceramic hob, electric oven and grill. Door to enclosed rear courtyard,
FIRST FLOOR: 13 steps up
Bedroom 1: Double bed, wardrobe, wall mounted 43” Smart 4K HDR TV, views over the surrounding countryside
Bedroom 2: Single bed, dressing table, views over the surrounding countryside
Bathroom: Bath with shower over, washbasin, toilet.
Pets: Two pets welcome - welcome pack provided by the owner
Parking: Parking for 3 large cars on the cobbled drive at the front of the cottage
Heating: Gas central heating, electric flame effect fire in the lounge
Garden/Patio: Small enclosed courtyard at the rear of the property with patio table and seating
Short Breaks: Available all year round.
Notes: Towels are provided. Unlimited WiFi is available free of charge. Mobile phone signal is strong
Shop: 0.5 miles Pub: 0.5 miles.
Lovely cottage. Fresh and clean. Nice views and walks nearby. Hare & Hounds is a nice local pub. Halifax is worth a visit. So nice to have a kitchen well equipped. We loved the downstairs shower.
Had a lovely week. Cottage was lovely, clean and all amenities you could need. Stunning views to wake up to. We will be back.
Lynne, Thank you for the use of your cottage at such short notice. it really is lovely,the flowers and delicious home made jam and marmalade all made for a warm welcome
A relaxing break in this lovely cottage with everything we could need, very comfortable and cosy and in a lovely area
A lovely cottage to stay in, in a lovely area. Welcome pack with homemade jam and marmalade along with fresh flowers make it very inviting. Very dog friendly with doggy towels. Thank you
Less than a mile's walk down the hill will bring you to Hebden Bridge, winner of the Small Market Town Best High Street award in 2016. This vibrant town offers a good choice of pubs, cafes and restaurants, shops and amenities. People wanting to experience a variety of cultural events will not be disappointed with a visit to Hebden Bridge. Its many attractions include a working water wheel, frequent art exhibitions, regular live music in the old station building, a range of street markets and a packed programme of events. The Picture House dates from the 1920s and presents a variety of films from popular modern releases to arthouse and documentaries.
Hebden Bridge has established itself as a centre for people seeking to improve both mind and body. There are a number of holistic and homeopathic practitioners and a large yoga centre, making this an ideal base if you are interested in a break to improve your physical or spiritual health.
Located in the Upper Calder Valley, this is a perfect destination for anyone wanting to explore North and West Yorkshire. On the edge of “Bronte Country” the wild expanse of moors which inspired so many Bronte novels is on your doorstep and Haworth, where the Bronte sisters lived, is just 8 miles away. This is excellent walking country with the Pennine Way National Trail nearby. A choice of shorter walks available from here include to Stoodley Pike, a memorial to the end of the Napoleonic War which dominates the skyline, and through Hardcastle Crags, a picturesque valley now in the care of the National Trust. A little further afield will bring you to the southern side of the Yorkshire Dales, popular at all times of year, and to the West Yorkshire town of Halifax where the Piece Hall offers an exciting range of independent and artisan shops.
The village station is within walking distance, the home of the Worth Valley Railway (as featured in The Railway Children) with regular train services to the nearby market town of Skipton with its medieval castle, Bradford with its industrial heritage and photographic museum, the vibrant city of Leeds with its shops, theatres and galleries and also historic York and its famous Minster as well as regular bus services to the outlying towns and villages. There are pubs serving excellent meals within walking distance and everyday shopping in the village.