This characterful, stone built, mid-terraced holiday cottage is situated in the small town of Holmfirth, just north of the Peak District National Park and in the heart of the beautiful Holme Valley. Beautifully presented throughout, boasting a piano, the cottage is a stone’s throw from the ample selection of eating places, wine bars, pubs, shops and cafés. If you are less steady on your feet, please note that it is a steep incline on the way back.
A popular and much loved destination, most recognised as the location for the popular BBC TV series Last of the Summer Wine, breathtaking scenery surrounds the area making it popular with walkers and wildlife enthusiasts.
Cyclists visit wanting to test their stamina recreating the Tour de France route of 2014 at the iconic Holme Moss, before enjoying the entertainment at the popular and unique Picturedrome Cinema in the evening.
Visit Holmfirth Vineyard, 10 minutes’ drive, which provides tours and afternoon tea, the UK’s leading outdoor gallery known as the Yorkshire Sculpture Park, 20 minutes’ drive, or explore the Peak District and all it has to offer, also 20 minutes’ drive.
Shop ¼ mile, pub 165 yards and restaurant 65 yards.