Well suited to families or friends, this cosy detached stone built farmhouse, which dates from the 16th Century, is set on the owner’s farm and equestrian centre, and offers a fantastic mix of modern facilities with period charm. All three bedrooms – a ground floor single, a first floor double and a first floor twin – have their own en-suite facilities, and the living accommodation – a first class shaker-style kitchen, dining room and sitting room with a woodburning stove – is decorated and furnished to a high standard. Guests will enjoy relaxing in the small garden area, and there are plenty of walks from the door. Head over the moors to discover the Bronte sister’s legacy, or spend the day in Hebden Bridge itself, by the canal or perusing the shops and cafes. With the Worth Valley Railway (with steam trains) and the Eureka Museum in Halifax within easy reach, this is a great cottage for your Yorkshire holiday.