About the property
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A traditional Barn conversion comprising the adjacent Ash Court (sleeps 6) and A
A traditional Barn conversion comprising the adjacent Ash Court (sleeps 6) and Ash Cottage (sleeps 4). Both are 4 star Gold status. The large grounds , including a fully stocked carp pond are perfect for large family gatherings or celebrations. It is a remote rural retreat (the nearest shop is a farm shop!) But its in easy reach of Howarth , Bradford and Halifax. To get to Skipton , gateway to the dales is only 20 miles. So ideally located to many beautiful and historic places in Yorkshire. SHORT BREAKS please ask for details
Open plan split level lounge dining room, with patio door overlooking the grounds giving it a light and airy feel.
Good standard of furnishing with a large dining oak table seating up to 10
Feature staircase to bedrooms with gallery balcony.
Dining kitchen with breakfast bar. Includes washer/dryer, Freezer , toaster, microwave and dishwasher.
Double bedroom adjacent to lower ground shower room
Master Bedroom- Kingsize Master Suite
A spacious quality room, which can include an additional double sofa bed if required.
Cosy lounge/family area with open wooden feature staircase to Bedrooms.
Quiet study room or if needed a small bedroom.
Decent sized Kitchen Diner which is well equipped, with washer/dryer, freezer, microwave, toaster and dishwasher.
Master Bedroom with Kingsize bed making great use of the original building.
Second bedroom is a spacious twin with additional double bed settee, if needed.
Really large gardens surrounding the properties. They are an outstanding feature. At the bottom end is a fully stocked Carp pond. Even if you don`t fish its a beautiful spot to chill and let the world pass you by. We should point out that the pond isn't fenced in and therefore you need to be very careful with young kids.
Great patio/ bbq around the cottage.
More than ample off road parking
Gas, Electric and full central heating included
Welcome pack provided
Pets - a well behaved dog or two are allowed ONLY in Ash Cottage but following sensible dog rules, not allowed upstairs or left alone. Obviously not on furniture.
Bedding and Towels provided, except for infants, so you need to bring your own Cot Bedding.
Tv with dvd and or video
In and outdoor games compendium
Cd Music centre/radio
EV charge point
The property is not considered wheelchair friendly or suitable for those with mobility problems
You really need a car here! - you don't normally get remote locations with great public transport links
Bedroom 2 is a spacious twin
Family Bathroom - Bath, large shower and WCNearby
Ash Hill Cottages are surrounded by a dense copse of trees , which helps give its secluded location , but it does have terrific views out over the valley and can have spectacular sunsets. The village of Thornton, birthplace of the Brontes is the local village. Whereas the nearest shop is the brilliant farmshop called Keelhams you may have seen it on Countryfile, it gets produce from 400 Yorkshire farmers. It tells you alot about a location when the nearest shop is a farmshop, especially one that people travel a long distance to get to.
The cottage is perfectly located for getting out and seeing some fabulous local places. The village of Haworth is just over 5 miles away, whilst its famous for the Bronte sisters with its Parsonage and museum, to me it always reminds me of the Hovis advert with a steep main cobbled street. It now has lots of craft and quirky independent shops, all this surrounded by "Wuthering Heights" countryside.
A short drive away is the Industrial heritage site of Saltaire, formed by and named after Sir Titus Salt and the river Aire. He built the village for his workers and had a unique philosophy of trying to look after (and/or control) his workers and their welfare. It was certainly very different from the Industrialisation taking place down the road in Bradford .The Leeds Liverpool Canal goes though the area -well worth a visit.
A 40 minute drive takes you to the wonderful market town of Skipton - Gateway to the Dales. Not only a great visit itself but its Gateway status gives you a good idea of the type of spectacular Yorkshire scenery that is just beyond.
Lovely walks including the Great Northern trail over the spectacular 23 arch viaduct in the village. Imagine the walks above Howarth in Wuthering Heights country.
National Route 69, tries to keep you away from traffic. Some of the iconic sections of Tour de Yorkshire and Le Grand Depart (Tour De France) are around here if you want to test yourself
A number of local stables and bridleways in the area
By prior arrangement in the owners Carp pond
A variety of courses within a short drive including the 9 hole Headley Golf course just outside Thornton Village. Unusually one of the tees is directly under the viaduct! There are some lovely courses in this part of Yorkshire
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- Apr 27, 2018
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
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Had a fantastic time
Everything was as expected if not better. A great base for days out. Need to come back to see everything. Thank You
Glad you had a nice time. You are welcome back anytime. Paul