Lane Farm Holiday Cottages
“Luxury accommodation sleeping 11 guests with a garden and superb views” - VisitEngland Assessor
Holme, West Yorkshire
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Nestling on the south facing slope of the beautifully scenic Holme Valley, just below Holme Moss are Mount View and Trough Cottage. With their own cobbled driveway, parking area, garden patio and superb views, these two fully centrally heated cottages provide luxurious ensuite accommodation and relaxation. The cottages can be internally accessed for larger parties of up to eleven people. Mount View sleeps six people and Trough Cottage sleeps five. Ideal for family reunions, special celebrations, business courses etc. Mount View sleeps six people, providing two double bedrooms (one ensuite), a twin bedroom and a family bathroom. Ground floor accommodation comprises a large kitchen-diner, separate lounge and cloakroom. Trough Cottage sleeps five, providing a double ensuite bedroom, a twin bedroom, a single bedroom and a family bathroom. The ground floor accommodation comprises a large open plan kitchen-dining-living space, with a double sofa bed and cloakroom. Both holiday cottages are centrally heated and include WiFi throughout. Bed linen, towels and toiletries are included and a cot and high chair can also be provided if needed. The cottages are non-smoking. Lane Farm is a working sheep farm and as such it can be difficult for us to accept pets; however, we may be able to make exceptions with prior arrangement and subject to additional costs. A hot tub can to arranged upon request, subject to additional costs and where both cottages are booked out together. There is ample parking in the cobbled courtyard situated within the grounds, where there is also access to an electric car charging point.. The holiday cottages share a patio and garden where guests can relax and enjoy the fabulous scenery up to Holme Moss. The Upper Holme Valley provides some of the finest walking country imaginable, with the Pennine Way running through the moor. For the avid cyclist, the cottages sit at the foot of Holme Moss, the iconic climb made famous by the 2014 Tour de France. The cottages are situated just three miles from Holmfirth, with its many pubs and restaurants to tempt even the most discerning palate. Holmfirth is where the popular BBC TV programme ‘Last of the Summer Wine’ was filmed, five miles away in the Colne Valley, ITV’s ‘Where the Heart Is’ was filmed and within 20 miles is Halifax where filming of ‘Gentleman Jack’, ‘Happy Valley’ and ‘Last Tango in Halifax’ take place. Holmfirth has an annual Music Festival, Food and Drink Festival, Art Week, Festival of Folk, Brass Band Contest, Tractor Rally; weekly country markets, and is also home to Bamforth Postcards. Holmfirth Picturedrome hosts numerous pop concerts and other musical events – so no shortage of things to see and do. Whether you choose to spend your holiday exploring the countryside or sampling the culinary delights at the many local eateries, this is the place to do everything or nothing – a complete Home from Holme!
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Discover West Yorkshire
Everybody knows that Yorkshire has some special landscapes. The Dales and the Moors first spring to mind, but what about West Yorkshire? That’s Leeds and Bradford isn’t it? Back-to-back houses and blackened mills… Certainly if you had stood on any of the hills surrounding Hebden Bridge a hundred years ago, and gazed down into the valley, all you would have seen was the pall of smoke issuing from the chimneys of 33 textile mills. But thankfully, life changes very quickly in West Yorkshire. The textile trade went into terminal decline, the mills shut down forever and in a single generation Hebden Bridge became a place that people want to visit.
The surrounding countryside offers walking every bit as good as the more celebrated Yorkshire Dales; within minutes you can be tramping across the moors. And this close proximity of town and country is repeated all across West Yorkshire. There’s such diversity in the area that you can find yourself in quite unfamiliar surroundings, even close to places you may know very well. Take time to explore this rich county and you will be thrilled at what you find to shatter old myths and preconceptions.
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