This region of the country is blessed with historical buildings so why not rent a Yourkshire holiday cottage and enjoy living in one!
Busy North country towns, Barnsley, Doncaster, Rotherham (home to the science adventure centre in the Templeborough Steelworks) and Sheffield, are historically associated with industry, but also have developed a cultural image which sits well side-by-side with the country villages and market towns, where you meet with the Peak District National Park, and the Trans Pennine Trail.
Underbank Hall Cottage is a romantic cottage for couples in a secluded rural location with breath-taking views of the valleys and hills between The Peak District and The Pennines in Stocksbridge, but still within easy reach of the fleshpots of Sheffield. Pets welcome.
- Sleeps 2
- Bedrooms 1
- Bathrooms 1
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Rebuilt and completely refurbished in 2018 to create a large, luxury Pennine holiday cottage near Penistone, Spicer Manor may look like a traditional brick farmhouse from the outside, but inside it has all mod cons, including a state-of-the-art cinema, SONOS music system and underfloor heating.
It may look Victorian, but Hartcliffe View is a large, sumptuously furnished, modern house in a rural location, standing in moorland on the edge of the Peak District near Penistone in South Yorkshire. This dog friendly holiday cottage sleeps 15. It has a games room and football pitch in the garden.
Hazlehead House is a large 18th-Century Pennine holiday cottage in rural surroundings between Penistone and Holmfirth in South Yorkshire. Hazlehead is a pet friendly property located in the heart of 'Last of the Summer Wine' country and will appeal to large family gatherings and groups of friends.
Luxuriously large barn conversion Yorkshire Pennine cottages, we have four properties here at Smallshaw Farm near Penistone, sleeping from 2 - 7 (19 people in all). Surrounded by 700 acres of open farmland with a large garden area. Dogs welcome.
- Sleeps 19
- Bedrooms 8
- Bathrooms 7
Professional sport takes a leading place with the famous St. Leger, the oldest classical horserace in the world at Doncaster Race Course, and World Championship Snooker in the Crucible at Sheffield. Try out your own sporting abilities too, with dry-ski-ing at the Sheffield Ski Village, water sports at Rother Valley Country Park. And when you are ready for a cultural experience, you cannot miss the Yorkshire Sculpture Park, situated in the grounds of a 500-acre 18th century country estate just over the county border north of Barnsley. The works of contemporary sculptors with international reputations have been assembled here - Antony Gormley, Barbara Hepworth, Henry Moore - a line-up of England's best.