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.
If you are planning a very special break with a large number of friends and family, Spicer Manor, a luxury Pennine holiday cottage, gives you all the space and amenities you could ever wish for.
With a long dining table that seats 30 guests, large sitting rooms with opulent leather settees to sink into, a games room on the top floor with everything from pool and snooker to air hockey tables, this large West Yorkshire holiday cottage near Penistone could be the setting to a very memorable break indeed.
Spicer Manor's owners have paid great attention to detail throughout. All the master bedrooms have individually decorated en-suites and beautiful touches like a stag head punch bowl and end-of-bed ottoman sofas. The kitchen is the perfect setting for a get-together, with breakfast bars and chairs as well as a large Yorkshire range to make things cosy in the autumn and winter. Speaking of the perfect setting, the impressive central staircase creates the ideal photo opportunity to capture all guests in one frame.
Behind the Spicer Manor is a large decked area, with rattan furniture to seat 30 guests and two hot tubs. The patio looks out onto the beautiful West Yorkshire countryside beyond, and you are in the perfect spot for lots of walks across the Pennines and South Yorkshire. But with so much waiting for you back at Spicer Manor, you will probably want to head back to your Penistone home-from-home very soon!
A stay at Spicer Manor puts you at the foot of the Pennines, with a beautiful landscape that is steeped in history. You can walk this unspoilt and dramatic countryside for hours without seeing another soul. For the best walks in the area, see the Visit Penistone website.
From archery to zip lines, if you have always fancied taking up an outdoor activity, or you would like to arrange something for all your group to enjoy, nearby Underbank Activity Centre is the place to visit. Try your hand at everything from paddle boarding to mountain biking. Make sure to book in advance.
Spicer MAnor is in 'Last of the Summer Wine' country, the TV series being filled in nearby Holmfirth and the surrounding Pennine villages. With its unspoilt stone cottages nestled along the Holme valley, this picturesque town is well worth a trip whether you are a fan of Cleggy, Compo etc. or just enjoy sight-seeing.
From pear trees and vines to a fairyland garden, the grounds of Cannon Hall Park are full of enchanting surprises for the young and old alike. The Georgian house also has a display of fine artworks collected by the ceramicist William De Morgan.
If you are green fingered, you will enjoy a visit toWentworth Garden Centre. The setting here is unique, with former Italian and Japanese gardens on display. The restaurant is a great place to come to enjoy fresh, local produce.
To burn off some energy, why not hire some bikes and enjoy the fresh Yorkshire air? The Trans Pennine Trail is mostly traffic-free, winding along old canal paths and railway lines, and plunges you into some of the most beautiful countryside in the UK.