We're pretty sure that you won't find many cottages cuter than this. Built at the backend of the eighteenth century, this traditional weaver's house is Grade-II listed and you can see why. Inside, the wooden ceiling beams, exposed brickwork and stable door are full of rustic charm, while a log-burning fire and antique furnishings add an extra level of cosiness. To the side of the home, there's a patio area complete with alfresco seating where you can enjoy a coffee and the surrounding tranquillity of West Yorkshire. Fans of Last of the Summer Wine — one of the longest-running sitcoms in the world — will love walking around the local town of Holmfirth where it was filmed. The Peak District is only a ten-minute drive away too if you're in the mood for a long ramble.
Home truths: *There's free parking available on the street outside, but there's also a bus stop five minutes' walk away
*The larder off the kitchen has a low ceiling, so those over six feet tall might have to stoop
*The home is only accessible via a short flight of steps, so it might not be suitable for guests with reduced mobility
*There's no desk but there's a laptop-friendly workspace on the dining table
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