Our house is a listed property of indeterminate age. (Presenting as being late Georgian, but believed to be closer to 400 years old in its inception). It is situated at the upper edge of Crimsworth Dene, on the edge of the Moors, overlooking Hebden Bridge. Hebden is a five minute drive, and Howarth is ten. Manchester and leeds are 45 mins by train from Hebden.
We have renovated the house, and we think it is a lovely mixture of old and new now. The garden is South facing with an amazing view. It's large enough for children to play in, with two seating areas with patio furniture. There are many beautiful walks on the doorstep, across the moorland and in Hardcastle Craggs, a National Trust park. Cycling, on and off road, is very popular. There are horse riding opportunities nearby. Hebden Bridge
is a particularly fascinating town, having won awards for its abundance of small independent shops, a 'vintage' cinema and art galleries.
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You will be able to access the whole of the house: kitchen-dining room, dining room, two sitting rooms, three double bedrooms, one with en-suite, and family bathroom. You will also be able to access the back garden, and park your car on the yard in front of the house. You will also be able to use the laundry equipment, TV, and use the WiFi.
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We will either be able to welcome you ourselves or will arrange for you to be welcomed. We will also be available by telephone and will be able to arrange any help if this is needed.
We obviously expect you to look after our house, and replace any breakages or accidental damage etc. We do not want people to smoke inside.
Our neighbours are an old couple and they would be worried if there was a lot of noise late at night.
We would insist on only five guests, although we might be able to provide an extra bed for a small child, if needed.
We are very happy for you to bring your dog, although we try to keep ours off the furniture!