Manor Farm Cottage
Cottage | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 6
The beautifully renovated Farmhouse Cottage provides high quality accommodation with original features and new fixtures and fittings, all of which combine character and modern day living perfectly.
It sleeps 6 people in two fully furnished bedrooms which makes this property ideal for families.Situated in Upper Denby you'll find a good selection of country pubs and restaurants. There are many places of interest to visit within easy reach.For keen walkers there are also a large number of interesting rural walks around the area.
|Size||Sleeps up to 6, 2 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Scarborough 149.14 km|
|Nearest Amenities||1.25 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Manchester 62 km, Nearest railway: Huddersfield 18.35 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|General||Central heating, TV, CD player|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||1 Sofa beds, Single beds (2), Double beds (1), Cots (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 6|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Private garden, BBQ|
|Further details indoors|
The property comprises of a lounge which has been furnished to a high standard with antique furniture and a gas stove adding a cosy touch. The cottage kitchen/dining room is fully equipped with all the essentials and also features and electric stove set into the original stone fireplace.
The double bedroom has a French feel with its antique furniture and soft furnishings. The family bedroom is bright and spacious and has two single beds and one double sofa bed which when not in use offers comfortable seating, ideal for relaxing.
|Further details outdoors|
Outside there is private parking space for minimum of 3 cars. There is also an enclosed private garden ideal for children to play in safely. The garden is complete with furniture and a gas BBQ ideal for dining al fresco on warm summer evenings.
Those little extra touches include a complimentary grocery pack, a range of high quality toiletries, fresh flowers and the latest magazines.
All bed linen, towels and heating are included in the price.
Northern England region
The grit stone country of pennine Yorkshire is characterised by rugged moors and dramatic scenery. West Yorkshire was known for its wool and cloth production but many of the mills have now been adapted to house shops and museums, others such as Britain's only surviving clog mill at Hebden Bridge are still producing the original goods.
Upper Denby is a beautiful village to explore with it's wonderful stone cottages,cottage gardens, local public house, historic church and listed tythe barn which is of great historical importance. Nearby is the small town of Holmfirth with its quaint shops and small independent cinema and theatre. Holmfirth is also the home of Bamforths, producers of the famous saucy postcards.
Homfirth was also used as the location for the television programme 'Last Of The Summer Wine'. Visitors can see Norah Batty's house which featured in the series and visit the museum dedicated to the programme. Holmfirth holds an annual 'festival of folk' in May with many artists preforming from around England. There are often continental markets held on the streets.
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12 Feb 2014
"Beautiful, comfortable and traditional farm house cottage, great value."
My partner and I stayed here the week before Christmas. Found the cottage to be snugly and warm despite arriving from the Australian summer. The sunrise views from the master bedroom are delightful, a… More
10 Oct 2013
The cottage was as I expected and so much more, Much larger and homelier than I thought it would be and I had high expectations. Everything was provided that would be in a home all you needed were your clothes. Just perfect. Catherine was the perfect host, there was a quality basket of goodies and fresh eggs for us on arrival. I don't think there was anything forgotten. we stayed 5 nights and loved every minute, Perfect highly recommend to anyone who wanted a real English cottage holiday.
11 Aug 2013
"It's the little things that make this cottage so special!"
Last year we stayed in a sweet but very tiny cottage. So Manor Farm Cottage was a breathe of fresh air for us, with 3 very bouncy kids. A large kitchen diner, a comfortable lounge, a huge family bedroom for the kids and a decent double for us was just what we needed. But it was the food parcel, including fresh eggs from the owners' chickens, a huge array of toys, DVDs, books and sweets for the children, a lovely garden complete with BBQ and a Little Tykes car (our 4 year old was in heaven!) and then Catherine popping round with strawberries she had just picked - it was these things that made Manor Farm Cottage so special!
5 Aug 2013
I booked this place for my family visiting from overseas. It has a typically English picture postcard view, amazing interior, mixing all the mod cons with a lovely cottage feel. I can't think how… More
20 Jul 2013
"My favorite Holiday Home"
We have stayed here three times now as a family and have enjoyed each one a little more. Katherine always looks after us, the house is full of character and is very comfortable.All the little extras … More
19 Jul 2013
"Everything you need for a relaxing, easy break"
We stayed in the house for a week as we wanted to catch up with friends and relatives in the Yorkshire area. The house was excellently situated close to the motorway for getting around however it was still in a peaceful rural setting. The enclosed garden was superb for our 20 month old to run around in and there were plenty of games and toys provided which kept him amused indoors. We entertained extensively in the cottage over the course of the week and found we had everything we needed bar food and drink to enable this. We had very hot weather when we stayed at the house but we felt it would be lovely even in poor weather. Our welcome was warm and friendly and we were provided with a great selection of essentials (milk, bread etc.) to get us started on arrival. I didn't realise staying in self catering could be so easy!
12 Jul 2013
"Lovely, well-maintained and very tastefully furnished farmhouse."
My wife and I have rated this property as the very best of places (B&B's, hotels) we have stayed during our 3+ week vacation throughout England and Scotland. The house is exceptionally clean and well-maintained and we appreciated the detail and tastefulness of the furnishings and amenities. All the fixings for breakfast from farm-fresh eggs, milk, butter, bread, jam, etc. make this house in country surroundings special indeed. The owners, Catherine and Charles, are friendly and special and will go the extra mile to make your stay comfortable and memorable.
12 Jul 2013
"Beautiful cottage, 5* hospitality & great value for money!"
I stayed at the cottage with my husband, 2 children & 2 friends of ours, having booked it for the weekend as we were attending a wedding close by. We arrived (late) after a very long journey from London and the hospitality from Catherine was second to none! She had food, wine, freshly baked bread & even eggs from the chickens in the garden as well as numerous toys for the children. Not only did Catherine's welcome take us back, but the cottage was absolutely spotless! Seriously, the cleanest house I have ever had the privilege of staying in. Our only regret is that we couldn't stay longer. I would absolutely recommend this property and advise as long a stay as possible!
12 May 2013
"A lovely place to stay"
A very warm welcome is always welcomed especially when a wonderful selection of goods is provided to save on the first shopping trip. Very comfortable, bedrooms are a nice size. Only draw back is the toilet is downstairs.
Would recommend a visit to this cottage.
The George, being the local pub is only 100 yds away.
The Dunkirk a mile further on does some very nice meals which the The George does not provide.
I found the Wi-Fi which is offered not to be that great on reception.
10 Apr 2013
What a wonderful and relaxed place to stay. Its such a well presented cottage and has so much character to offer. Home from home. The kids loved the location for the ice cream parlour and especially t… More
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