Spacious 18th century B&B cottage in Mytholmroyd, the birth place of former poet Laureate Ted Hughes. Double bedroom, guest lounge & garage parking. Friendly Yorkshire hospitality.
Riverside B&B is a delightful, late 18th century cottage in the centre of Mytholmroyd, birthplace of the former poet laureate Ted Hughes. The guest house provides warm Yorkshire hospitality, with a bright and airy double bedroom offering lovely river views. We have a guest lounge with a TV. Hot beverage provisions are available and free Wi-Fi internet is included. We also have secure garage parking.
The spacious cottage stands in a quiet location overlooking the river and surrounding hilly countryside. Your hosts were both born and raised in Mytholmroyd, and are happy to provide local information and share the best walking routes. Shops, three excellent restaurants, pubs, a railway station and bus stops are all within easy walking distance. Trains to Manchester, Leeds and York depart every half an hour, whilst buses to various parts of Calderdale are even more regular. Please call us today for more information, or get in touch to book a stay.