Award winning Visit England accredited

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Enjoy the freedom and flexibility of a self-catering holiday in a beautiful historical cottage, grade II listed, Visit England accredited and winner of the 2023 ROSE award (The ROSE awards celebrate English accommodation businesses who go above & beyond in their customer service to guarantee visitors have amazing experiences).

Perfectly Located

Perfectly located for exploring the Yorkshire Dales and the Lake District  with walks galore from your doorstep.

Comfortably sleeps 5 in 3 bedrooms, fast wifi, off-road parking, log-burner, garden.

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Steeped in History

Great for families or groups of friends who love the big outdoors and particularly for those who also have an interest in classical literature!

This place is simply steeped in history: it was the Clergy Daughters' School attended by Charlotte & Emily Brontë 1824-25 and was infamously portrayed as 'Lowood' in Jane Eyre!

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Comfort & Relaxation

Step inside and you will find snowy-white limewashed walls, original floorboards and beams, exposed stonework and cushioned window seats. The property is well equipped with everything you could want for a comfortable stay.

Enjoy relaxing by the log-burner in the cosy sitting room or taking a long soak in the roll-top bath after a day’s hiking before sinking into comfy beds adorned with crisp cotton bedlinen.

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What Guests Say

"A homely and charming place, very tastefully done up whilst retaining and refurbishing its beautiful historic character. Well equipped and comfortable."

- Ed

"A gorgeously appointed house in which we felt very welcome and at home. Beautifully decorated with thoughtful touches. The beds were very comfortable. The garden is pretty and a perfect place to sit with a cup of tea."

- Nicola

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Things to See & Do


Things To Do

Let the great outdoors work its magic!


Food & Drink

Spoilt for choice when it comes to eating: so many superb bars/restaurants!


The Brontës 

A must-do for all Bronte fans: a visit to the Parsonage in Haworth