Elmet Farmhouse

Pecket Well, Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire, Haworth, Yorkshire Dales

Sleeps 1-6
£480 - £980

Summary

Special Offers

27th July 2019
15-27 July 2019: 7 nights £980, 6 nights £960, 5 nights £940, 4 nights £900, 3 nights £850, 2 nights £800

6th September 2019
17-18 August 2019: 2 nights £800. 26 August 2019 - 6 September 2019: 7 nights £980, 6 nights £960, 5 nights £940, 4 nights £900, 3 nights £850, 2 nights £800

Elmet Farmhouse is a big toasty Yorkshire farmhouse with breathtaking hilltop views above Hebden Bridge, near Haworth and Yorkshire Dales. Providing luxury self-catering accommodation for 6 guests, Elmet Farmhouse has gorgeous interiors and a lovely cottage garden surrounded by spectacular countryside.

Accommodation

A handsome 18th century Yorkshire farmhouse in an idyllic rural location with panoramic views, Elmet Farmhouse has a real wow factor with its mullion windows, stone fireplaces and cosy wood-burning stove. Perched above Hebden Bridge in the hilltop village of Pecket Well overlooking the National Trust estate of Hardcastle Crags, the farmhouse has ravishing vistas of Heptonstall, Stoodley Pike and the rolling Pennine hills. Set in stunning countryside, Elmet Farmhouse is ideal for exploring Haworth and Bronte Country, Gentleman Jack Country and the glorious Yorkshire Dales.

Spacious and comfortable with a large lounge, roomy farmhouse kitchen, three bedrooms and two bathrooms, Elmet Farmhouse is beautifully decorated and full of character. With its Scandinavian furniture, vintage textiles and exquisite lamps and wallpapers by local designer Hannah Nunn, each room is full of design delights.

Equally inspiring inside and out, the farmhouse sleeps 6 people very comfortably and is perfect for family holidays and groups of friends. Ideal for walkers and nature-lovers, Elmet Farmhouse is a memorable place for special occasions, birthdays, weekend breaks and romantic retreats. An oasis of tranquillity near a friendly village pub, Elmet Farmhouse is the perfect place to relax and unwind.

Visiting Hebden Bridge and Haworth & Exploring Yorkshire & the Yorkshire Dales

Picturesque Hebden Bridge is a hub of creativity, renowned for its quirky independent shops, lively markets, friendly cafes and pubs. With its rich textile heritage and double-decker terraces clinging to the hillsides, Hebden is a buzzing little town nestling in the Upper Calder Valley, crisscrossed by rivers and canals.

The beautiful National Trust estate of Hardcastle Crags is literally on the doorstep with over 20 miles of footpaths through bluebell woods and river gorges with waterfalls. On the opposite hilltop is the ancient village of Heptonstall with its ruined 13th century chapel and cobbled street lined with handloom weavers’ cottages.

Set in one of the hilliest parts of Yorkshire, with stone-paved packhorse trails through some of Yorkshire’s loveliest dales, this is the landscape that inspired the Brontës and local poet Ted Hughes. A walker’s paradise crisscrossed by the Pennine Way, with steep-sided wooded valleys, hilltop meadows and heather moors, the Upper Calder Valley is a wildlife haven with curlews, lapwings, owls and deer.

Haworth and Brontë Country are just over the hill, an invigorating hike via Crimsworth Dean or Top Withens (the inspiration for Emily Brontë’s Wuthering Heights). The glorious Yorkshire Dales National Park is also within easy reach, including the splendours of Wharfedale, Gordale Scar and Malham Cove.

Nearby attractions include Shibden Hall (setting for the hit TV series Gentleman Jack), the magnificent 18th century Halifax Piece Hall (as featured on Antiques Roadshow) and Eureka National Children’s Museum. Other cultural delights include Salts Mill and Saltaire Village UNESCO World Heritage Site, Keighley and Worth Valley Railway (famous from The Railway Children), the handsome spa towns of Ilkley and Harrogate, and the award-winning Hepworth Gallery and Yorkshire Sculpture Park. There are also direct trains from Hebden Bridge to the historic city of York and the vibrant Victorian cities of Leeds and Manchester.

For more information, please visit our website: https://www.elmetfarmhouse.co.uk

To check availability and make a booking: https://www.elmetfarmhouse.co.uk/availability-and-booking

Rates: £480 to £980 per week, depending on season.
Sleeps 6 but can accommodate 2 extra guests on fold-out beds for an extra charge – maximum of 8 people.
Children of any age are welcome.
Towels and linen provided.
Wi-Fi
Woodburning stove.
Three bedrooms (one double, two twins).
Two bathrooms (one with bath and shower, the other with walk in shower).
Facilities include gas central heating, cooker with gas hob and electric oven, dishwasher, washing machine, microwave, toasters, TV with DVD player, digital radio, Hi-Fi with CD and cassette player.
Maps, guidebooks and walks leaflets.
Lots of interesting books and vintage games.
Off-street parking.
Garden with two outdoor dining areas and field where kids can play outside hay-growing season.
Sorry, no dogs - pets not allowed.

Please note that map locations may be approximate.

Some of the Amenities available are:

Wireless Broadband Available
Off Street Parking
Garden
Open / Log / Gas Fire

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Elmet Farmhouse Website
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