Elmet Essentials

Elmet Farmhouse                         

 

* 18th century stone-built Grade II Listed farmhouse

* Hilltop location, surrounded by fields and open countryside, spectacular views, amazing wildlife, wonderful walks

* Sleeps 2-6 in 3 bedrooms: 1 double and 2 twins

* 2 extra fold-up single beds available for 2 additional guests (maximum 8 people in total) 

* Ground floor: large living room; large kitchen dining room with adjacent utility room

* First floor: 2 bedrooms, one with kingsize bed, the other with twin beds; bathroom with bath and shower

* Second floor: attic bedroom with twin beds; large shower room

* Well-equipped kitchen with gas hob, electric oven, dishwasher, washing machine, microwave and toasters

* TV with DVD player and roku (for iplayer), Hi-fi with radio, CD player and cassette player

* Pretty cottage garden full of flowers with bench overlooking fields

* Outdoor dining area with table and chairs overlooking lawn, fields and vegetable garden

* Seasonal access to fields available outside hay-growing season

* Private off-road parking for three cars

* No smoking

* Sorry, no dogs or pets

 

Location

 

* Located in stunning countryside in the small Yorkshire village of Pecket Well, near Hebden Bridge, overlooking Hardcastle Crags, in the heart of Brontë Country, close to the Yorkshire Dales 

* 5 mins walk from Robin Hood Inn serving home-cooked food and award-winning Timothy Taylor’s ale

* 2 miles from the picturesque market town of Hebden Bridge (5 mins by car; regular buses from top of drive)

* 1 mile from the National Trust estate of Hardcastle Crags (30 mins on foot, 5 mins by car)

* 4 miles from the ancient village of Heptonstall, associated with Ted Hughes and Sylvia Plath (10 mins by car; connecting buses from top of drive)

* 7 miles from the famous village of Haworth, home of the Brontë sisters (15 mins by car; hourly buses from top of drive)

* Yorkshire Dales National Park within easy driving distance, including Malham, Grassington, Bolton Abbey and Wharfedale

* 26 miles from Leeds (50 mins by car; regular trains from Hebden Bridge)

* 64 miles from York (90 mins by car; regular trains from Hebden Bridge)

* 30 miles from Manchester (60 mins by car; regular trains from Hebden Bridge)

* Ilkley, Harrogate and Skipton all within close range

* Other nearby attractions include Keighley and Worth Valley Railway, Saltaire Village UNESCO World Heritage Site, Yorkshire Sculpture Park and The Hepworth, Wakefield

 

Transport

 

* Located on direct regular local bus routes to Hebden Bridge and Haworth

* Direct regular train and bus links from Hebden Bridge to Halifax, Bradford, Leeds, York, Manchester, Preston and Blackpool

* East Coast mainline train connections south to London from Halifax and Leeds; and north to Newcastle and Edinburgh from Leeds and York

* West Coast mainline train connections south to London from Manchester, and north to Lake District and Glasgow from Preston

 

Prices, Availability and Booking

 

* To see our Special Offers, please click here

* To see our 2016 Price List, please click here

* To see our 2017 Price List, please click here

* To check availability or make a booking, please click here

* Payment by direct bank transfer; cheques by arrangement

* Sorry, no credit cards or debit cards

* Terms and Conditions apply. For full details, please click here

 

To email us, please click here   Mob: 07910 075952    Tel: 01422 842026

 

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