Our cosy little cottage is located in the tranquil village of Hepworth, on the edge of the Peak District and perfect for those wanting to take a break in the countryside. Surrounded by great views, scenic walks and many biking trails. Close to the pretty town of Holmfirth, more famously known for last of the summer wine and packed with a large variety of wine bars, pubs and good restaurants. The cottage is ideal for couples, solo adventurers, business travellers and biking/hiking enthusiasts.
‘Top O' Th Hill Farm’ is nestled at the end of the infamous 'Hill Street', home to ‘Last of the Summer Wine’ characters, Howard, Pearl and Clegg. The grade II listed farm dates back to 1750 offering a very quirky, cosy, rustic retreat, steeped in period features and set in 6 acres of woodland and meadows. The farm offers a peaceful elevated south facing location above the sleepy old village of Jackson Bridge with outstanding views across the valley and within 2 miles of Holmfirth.
This cottage is an 18th century weavers cottage with living on 3 floors. The whole cottage has beamed ceilings and lots of beautiful original features, the kitchen has an original Yorkist range. The kitchen is fully equipped with breakfast island and space to seat 8 people at the dining table. The front door leads out onto a stone flagged patio area great for alfresco dining. The first floor has two bedrooms and the bathroom. The second floor has the living area with contemporary fireplace.