Historic Grade II listed, with Bronte conections, comfortable self catering holiday cottage sleeping 4 in quiet secluded area in the centre of Haworth.
This grade II listed building is in the best position in Haworth between the Church and the Bronte Parsonage Museum and is where Arthur Bell Nicholls lodged before his marriage to Charlotte Bronte. It has been recently refurbished to sleep four people.
There is a comfortable sitting room with TV, DVD and CD player.The dining kitchen is well equipped, with fridge freezer, washer/dryer, full sized oven, toaster & kettle and overlooks the sunny courtyard garden.The spacious master bedroom has a kingsized bed, original fireplace and period furniture. The twin room has two single beds, original fireplace and period furniture. A baby's cot is available.The bathroom has the usual three pieces with an electric shower over the bath with glass shower screen. Parking is opposite the cottage. No smoking, sorry no pets.
Short breaks available subject to availability. Please contact directly for further details.