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9 bedrooms
4 bathrooms
17 guests
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6* Luxurious cottage in the Peak District. Sleeps 17. Hot tub! Beautiful views! The 'Calder Valley' is a great place to explore within itself, and the cities of Leeds and Manchester are within a 25 mile radius. Lots of great walks for all abilities are on our doorstep, whether you want a canal stroll, a dales romp or a rock climb. We are on the route of the Calderdale Way, and Hebden Bridge is a 5 mile walk, mostly along the canal towpath. There are plenty of activities on hand. Straight from the door you are in the Pennine hills, ideal for walking or mountain biking. Just 5 minutes walk to the local trout fishery and only 10 minutes drive away is Hollingworth Lake Country Park where you can find activities including windsurfing, sailing, rowing, mountain biking, climbing, guided walks,...6* Luxurious cottage in the Peak District. Sleeps 17. Hot tub! Beautiful views! The 'Calder Valley' is a great place to explore within itself, and the cities of Leeds and Manchester are within a 25 mile radius. Lots of great walks for all abilities are on our doorstep, whether you want a canal stroll, a dales romp or a rock climb. We are on the route of the Calderdale Way, and Hebden Bridge is a 5 mile walk, mostly along the canal towpath. There are plenty of activities on hand. Straight from the door you are in the Pennine hills, ideal for walking or mountain biking. Just 5 minutes walk to the local trout fishery and only 10 minutes drive away is Hollingworth Lake Country Park where you can find activities including windsurfing, sailing, rowing, mountain biking, climbing, guided walks, plus picnic and play areas. It is an easy drive over the hills to Hebden Bridge and the Yorkshire Dales, or south to the beautiful Peak District National Park. The vibrant cities of Manchester and Leeds are less than 40 minutes drive away, but if you would prefer to leave the car behind Walsden railway station, just 1.5 miles away has transport links to both. Direct Trains to Manchester city centre take 20 minutes This outstanding property is in a superb location and lends itself to a memorable holiday at all times of the year. Todmorden is a Yorkshire working market town . There's lots going on with its market, art and crafts shops, Incredible Edible Todmorden - famed worldwide for promoting community growing and sharing of produce - and it is set in the wonderful Pennine hills on the border between Yorkshire and Lancashire. The opportunities for hill walking are endless and our house is right on the edge of open country. Both the Calderdale Way and the famous Pennine Way pass very near to us. Calderdale is also interesting for the network of canals, rivers, railway and roads that run through it - it's a lovely walk along the canal to Hebden Bridge. There are several pleasant cafes where you can enjoy a coffee and lovely vegetarian food. Hebden Bridge - another picturesque town with delightful shops and cafes is only few miles down the valley and there’s a regular bus and train services there. Todmorden is a vibrant and thriving market town in the Calderdale Valley, West Yorkshire. There's many independent shops and cafe's. Todmorden's industrial history is still very much apparent not just in terms of architecture but also with the busy canal and railway network. In terms of things to do once you're here, there are many fantastic walks, cycle routes and horse rides around the town, depending on length, time available and experience, these could range from a walk to the impressive and ever present Stoodley Pike, built to commemorate the end of the Napoleonic Wars, or a gentle stroll on the canal towpath taking in the award winning Fielden Wharf. Also, the Calderdale Way, Pennine Way and Mary Towneley Loop pass through or very close to Todmorden. There is also a self-guided walk around the town centre, which takes in the stunning architecture, the Town Trail, which can be bought online as can maps, books and leaflets for all kinds of outdoor activities. The gritstone outcrops also provide an opportunity for bouldering. Todmorden Town Hall, hosts visits and on the first Sunday of every month there is a free tour of the Grade 1 listed building. Alternatively, you can book a guided tour with one of the fully trained volunteer guides and visit the Heritage Centre, ballroom, Mayor's Parlour and Council Chamber. The building is a fine example of Neo-Classical architecture and the carved stonework of the external pediment represents the town's links to both Yorkshire and Lancashire. Also worth a visit is Centre Vale Park, which is newly re-open after recent environmental works. With its backdrop of Buckley Wood, it is a scenic delight and provides bowling greens, a sculpture trail, children’s play-area, a skateboard park, a unique bandstand, a tranquil memorial garden as well as a reptile house and aviary. The Hippodrome Theatre puts on various musicals, plays and shows throughout the year. The town also has its Toy and Model Museum and a well-stocked library. Annual events include a carnival, agricultural show, beer festival Todmorden is friendly Pennine town, not as trendy as nearby Hebden Bridge but with an industrial heritage evidenced in the canal and local buildings. Shops, pubs and local restaurants are plentiful and good value. There’s a market most days of the week and two supermarkets (Morrison’s and Lidl). Tod has great NHS facilities, a leisure centre, a theatre and Incredible Edible, a group which grows fruit and vegetables around the town for anyone to pick. More
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Naomi H
Languages spoken:English
Response Rate:63%
Response Time:Within a day
Listed Since:December 2018
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Check out is usually 11am however if we have no bookings for the next day we are happy for you to check out late for an additional small fee pls message us for confirmation. Dinning table size 158 inches long 34.5 inches wide Seats 16 people
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Reviewed 14 July 2019

Fabulous accommodation, amazing bathrooms, beautiful garden, brilliantly well-equipped kitchen. Nice touches like crocs for indoor use and plastic glasses for the hot tub. Great local advice and the Summit Inn has to be recommended for their pies and hospitality just a short walk down the...More

Date of stay: July 2019
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Amenities
Pets Allowed: No
Smoking Allowed: No
Kid Friendly: Yes
DVD Player
Cooker
Grill
Suitable For Children Under 5
Fishing Nearby
Hot Tub
Refrigerator
Washer
Central Heating
Highchair
Dryer
Towels Provided
Freezer
Cable/satellite TV
Iron
TV
Rural/Countryside Retreats
Balcony
Linens Provided
Wi-Fi
Internet Access
Kettle
Watersports Nearby
Terrace
Toaster
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About the neighbourhood
There are plenty of activities on hand. Straight from the door you are in the Pennine hills, ideal for walking or mountain biking. Just 5 minutes walk to the local trout fishery and only 10 minutes drive away is Hollingworth Lake Country Park where you can find activities including windsurfing, sailing, rowing, mountain biking, climbing, guided walks, plus picnic and play areas. It is an easy drive over the hills to Hebden Bridge and the Yorkshire Dales, or south to the beautiful Peak District National Park. The vibrant cities of Manchester and Leeds are less than 40 minutes drive away.
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The vibrant cities of Manchester and Leeds are less than 40 minutes drive away, but if you would prefer to leave the car behind Walsden railway station, just 1.5 miles away has transport links to both. Direct Trains to Manchester city centre take 20 minutes This outstanding property is in a superb location and lends itself to a memorable holiday at all times of the year.
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