Bilberry Cottage

Haworth, West Yorkshire
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    Type Self Catering
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    Units 1
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    Sleeps 1 - 4
  • £200 - £380 per week

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Bilberry Cottage overlooks the nostalgic village of Haworth, surrounded by stunning views & countryside, proving inspirational to the Bronte sisters in their writing and program/film productions

The cottage is also under 1 mile away from K.W.V.R which is famous for the film 'Railway Children'. Bilberry Cottage is also just 10 minutes away from Bronte Parsonage Museum, restaurants, bars and Haworth Main street. You can't ask for a more scenic and relaxing break.

Bilberry Cottage is built from an old barn that was rebuilt in 1820 replacing the original. The cottage has a double en suite bedroom and a twin ensuite bedroom. The cottages kitchen has everything you will need for a good stay including: cooker, washer, dryer, fridge freezer and a dishwasher. The conservatory and lounge complete with TV, DVD Player, WiFi, gas central heating.

Bilberry Cottage also has a large patio area complete with patio furniture, a BBQ and fantastic views, as well as all that the cottage has a play area complete with a slide and swings and we back onto Haworth moor making the cottage ideal for walking to top withens. We also have many animals around the cottage, we have Ben the pig, 2 horses, hens and ducks plus lots of wildlife often pay us a visit such as: Towny owl, woodpeckers and kestrels.

The village of Haworth is a 10 minute walk away on a country footpath or a 4 minute drive to the famous Bronte Parsonage Museum, restaurants, local pubs and shops. We are 3/4 mile from K.W.V.R famous for the film 'Railway Children'. Many stunning places to visit are also near by such as: Halifax, Saltaire, Hebden Bridge, Hardcastle Crags, Bolton Abbey, Harrogate and Leeds.

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  • SC Enjoy England 4 Star
National Rating
Visit England
4 * rating
  • Self Catering icon
    Bilberry Cottage
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    Sleeps 4
  • £300 - £800 per week

 Bilberry Cottage is built from an old barn that was rebuilt in 1820 replacing the original. The cottage has a double en suite bedroom and a twin ensuite bedroom. The cottages kitchen has everything you will need for a good stay including: cooker, washer, dryer, fridge freezer and a dishwasher. The conservatory and lounge complete with TV, DVD Player, WiFi, gas central heating.

Bilberry Cottage also has a large patio area complete with patio furniture, a BBQ and fantastic views, as well as all that the cottage has a play area complete with a slide and swings and we back onto Haworth moor making the cottage ideal for walking to top withens. We also have many animals around the cottage, we have Ben the pig, 2 horses, hens and ducks plus lots of wildlife often pay us a visit such as: Towny owl, woodpeckers and kestrels.

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Additional Directions Information

cararrival: When driving from the main entry route into the village you bypass the old main street [right] . As you leave the village you need to turn left up Cemetery Road and then take an immediate left onto Dimples Lane. Hole Farm is on the left

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