West Yorkshire Self Catering Accommodation

As this area is so blessed with classic English properties, renting West Yorkshire holiday cottages will allow you to discover why the locals refer to Yorkshire as God's Own Country. It's a county of splendid stately homes, industrial architecture and magnificent vistas from its Pennine hill tops. Spend a day at the magnificent Yorkshire Sculpture Park just outside Wakefield in a landscape originally laid out by Capability Brown, or go under ground at the National Mining Museum at Caphouse Colliery a few miles further up the road. Spend days exploring the glorious Pennine hills and the myriad of grey stone villages clinging to their sides or the old mill towns nestling in the valleys

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Stones Cottage, Haworth, West Yorkshire

Stones Cottage, Haworth

This Pennine hill farm cottage offers self-catering holidays in the wild and rugged rural surroundings that inspired the Bronte Sisters to pen their famous novels. Stones Cottage in Oxenhope, sleeps four in two tastefully furnished bedrooms, one on the ground floor.

Bray Cottage, Holmfirth, West Yorkshire

Bray Cottage, Holmfirth

Bray Cottage is located on a working farm in the Yorkshire Pennine village of Hepworth near Holmfirth. Guests have use of an indoor heated pool, and, being a working farm, children (when not in the playground) may help with feeding the hens, pigs, sheep. This Pennine Holiday Cottage sleeps 6.

In addition to the Sculpture Park, culture lovers should visit Saltaire Mill, once a large textile mill now a UNESCO World Heritage site to view its collection of David Hockney paintings or explore the galleries in Hembdon Bridge. Haworth will delight both literary and steam lovers. Catch a steam train to the village from Keighley on the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway, (the line was the location for the famous Railway Children film), and then discover the world of the Bronte Family who lived and wrote their classic novels in the Parsonage, and experience the landscape that influenced books such as 'Wuthering Heights'.