Elmet Farmhouse Luxury Yorkshire Cottage (Sleeps 6)
Hebden Bridge – Haworth – Yorkshire Dales
A big toasty Yorkshire farmhouse with inspiring interiors and breathtaking views above quirky Hebden Bridge, near Haworth. Delve into the Dales in this delightful hilltop holiday cottage – Yorkshire at its finest
Special Offers Sorry, no dogs
Treat yourself to a little bit of heaven at Elmet Farmhouse, a sublime Yorkshire holiday cottage with gorgeous interiors and spectacular views. Surrounded by wildflower meadows, this 18th century farmhouse is steeped in character with its stone mullion windows, wood-burning stove and newly-restored historic barn.
Perched on the hill above picturesque Hebden Bridge, Elmet Farmhouse offers luxurious self-catering accommodation in an idyllic spot near Haworth and the Yorkshire Dales. Beautifully decorated, with a lovely garden, this enchanting cottage is ideal for family holidays, birthday treats, romantic retreats and weekend breaks.
Comfortable and spacious, the farmhouse has a roomy lounge with a huge carved stone fireplace, a large well-equipped kitchen with a big oak dining table, three airy bedrooms (1 double and 2 twins) and two bathrooms. Each room is full of design delights, including stunning Midcentury Modern furniture, vintage textiles, and exquisite lamps and wallpapers by local designer Hannah Nunn.
Located in the village of Pecket Well – where the hills meet the heavens – Elmet offers a walkers’ paradise. Hike from the door through some of Yorkshire’s most diverse and dramatic landscapes: hills & dales, rivers & waterfalls, wildflower meadows & heather moors. See curlews, lapwings, barn owls and roe deer in their natural habitats. A wildlife haven in a truly stunning place.
Overlooking the beautiful wooded valley of Hardcastle Crags, with Heptonstall and Stoodley Pike on the horizon, Elmet Farmhouse has panoramic hilltop views – like a Turner painting in 3D.
With its pretty cottage garden and wildflower meadows, Elmet provides an idyllic rural retreat. An oasis of tranquility, Elmet is the perfect place to relax and unwind.
Elmet Farmhouse sleeps 6. Sorry, no dogs
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Hip and happening Hebden Bridge is a hub of creativity and a place of beauty with its quirky independent shops, friendly pubs and cafés, canalside walks and higgledy-piggledy double-decker terraces clinging to the hills.
The ravishing National Trust estate of Hardcastle Crags is literally on the doorstep. Stroll along the river through a dramatic wooded gorge awash with bluebells in spring.
Hop over the hill to Haworth, home of the remarkable Brontë sisters, where Jane Eyre and Wuthering Heights were written. Take a trip on the famous Keighley and Worth Valley Railway, setting for The Railway Children.
Revel in a walker’s paradise with footpaths galore through a wildlife haven of rolling hills & dales. See deer, owls and curlews in their natural habitats. Hike through wooded valleys, hay meadows and heather moors.
Explore the glorious landscapes of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Revel in the dramatic beauty of Wharfedale, Ribblesdale and Nidderdale. Be inspired by geological marvels such as Malham Cove, Gordale Scar and Brimham Rocks.
Discover the rich literary legacy of local poet Ted Hughes, who was inspired by the landscape around Hebden Bridge. Pay homage to Sylvia Plath in the ancient village of Heptonstall. Visit Shibden Hall in Halifax, home of the celebrated 19th century diarist Anne Lister (Gentleman Jack).
A few comments from our recent guests:
‘A really lovely place to stay: spotlessly clean and comfortable, in a beautiful setting perfect for a break with friends. Well equipped and tastefully decorated throughout.’
‘Delightfully different, mainly due to the unique and creative way you have furnished the property. We have really enjoyed our stay here.’
‘We thoroughly enjoyed every aspect of our stay, from the impeccably restored farmhouse to the tastefully curated furnishings. The farmhouse has felt like a home big enough, yet cosy enough, to hold us all. We have never been so sad to leave somewhere. Two weeks were simply not enough!’
‘Thank you for letting us stay in your lovely cottage. We had a great time, with fantastic walks, both from the cottage and further afield. It has been lovely to sit in the garden and watch the wildlife and birds.’
‘Lovely farmhouse with stunning views and loads of space. It’s clean and warm and has everything you could possibly need for a perfect stay.’
‘Charming farmhouse with beautiful surroundings.’
‘The farmhouse sits in a beautiful location and has been meticulously renovated. We had a very comfortable stay. Highlights were the walks around Hebden Bridge, Yorkshire Sculpture Park and Bronte Museum. Hebden Bridge cinema is delightful. Thanks for a lovely stay.’
‘Two fantastic nights at Elmet. Lovely views from the farmhouse. Did some lovely walks and enjoyed a very nice barbecue looking over the valley.‘
‘Perfect farmhouse with lovely garden and superb views. Delighted to watch the barn owl hunting over the field. Fabulous walking.‘
‘We had a fabulous stay in Elmet. Fabulous weather and a very comfortable home – beautiful. The gardens are magnificent!‘
‘A second sunny, dry stay at Elmet. The garden and view remain a constant delight.’
‘Fantastic house in a lovely location. Spotlessly clean, extremely well equipped and stylish. We had an amazing time. I recommend it unreservedly.’
‘Thank you for the warm welcome. The views are spectacular. Elmet Farmhouse is clearly well cared for. We found it spotless and it has everything we needed for a family holiday.‘
‘Thank you for all you do to make staying here so comfortable and comforting. One of the joys of the last few years is that we have been able to come here with increasing frequency, and bring family and friends to enjoy the delights of Elmet.‘
‘Another lovely weekend. The valleys below the house were covered in snow – beautiful. We had a lovely time playing board games, going for a walk to Gibson Mill and climbing up to Heptonstall.’
‘Lovely place to stay. Beautifully decorated, furnished and comfortable. Fantastic views. Especially liked the eclectic collection of vintage furniture. Thoroughly recommended.’
‘This cottage will always hold a special place in our memories. The decor, facilities and comfort were all perfect, as are the sensational views. Thanks for making everything so welcoming.‘
‘Great stay here over the Easter weekend. The house is very clean and comfortable with flexible spaces. Lovely outdoor space as well with great views. Great location.‘
‘Elmet Farmhouse is an absolutely wonderful place to stay. Characterful building with a mid century modern twist and spectacular views from both the rooms and outdoor seating area. We have stayed in Summer and in Autumn and it’s a great place to watch the seasons turn.’
‘Totally wonderful holiday! The farmhouse has been beautifully renovated. The kitchen is amazingly well equipped; the bathrooms are fabulous; the beds so comfortable. But it’s the decor: the lamps, the colours, the gorgeous mid century furnishings and all the thoughtful touches that make Elmet so special. I haven’t mentioned the views – which are extraordinary. I can’t imagine a nicer place to stay in Yorkshire.’
‘A very relaxing oasis of peace and calm, beautifully furnished. Great moorland walks from the front door.’
‘It’s been fantastic. We’ve loved the peace and quiet, the stupendous views, the fire, the beautiful textiles, furniture and ceramics, and the lamplight.‘
‘A relaxing and welcoming place for our weekend getaway. Perfect location. Beautiful and comfortable on the inside, we looked out on the first morning to the most amazing view.‘
‘Autumn has yielded her splendour here! I was brought by friends to share their delight in Elmet. Such a loving restoration. A perfect place for replenishment.’
‘Quite simply, the most beautiful and welcoming house we have ever stayed in. A home from home which is flawless, both in its welcome and in its ‘well-thought-outness’!’
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