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Located in a quiet backwater amongst the higgledy-piggledy courtyards and cobbled streets of the historic Pennine conservation village of old Heptonstall, near to Hebden Bridge in the South Pennines, Chapel Fold is a picturesque early Grade II listed two-bedroomed country cottage. From the moment you arrive in this tranquil environment you can unwind as you take in the traffic-free environment and wonderful panoramic views.
This cosy cottage has been carefully renovated recently, retaining many original features including an open stone fireplace (complete with cast-iron French multi-fuel “Godin”), mullioned windows and original oak beams, and is furnished to accommodate up to four people comfortably for those special self-catering holidays.
Surrounded by miles of unspoilt countryside, Heptonstall village is a real “find” and provides a daily-opening Post Office / General Store and two pubs providing traditional home-cooked pub food and refreshment; all within walking distance. At nearby Hebden Bridge, with its riverside and canal-side location, there is a small-scale supermarket and more dining and entertainment opportunities with a hint of the “hippy” generation that is friendly and quaint for those interested in an out-of-the ordinary retail experience.
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Enjoy the excellent facilities and all home comforts while using Chapel Fold as a picturesque base - far from the crowds - to explore (by walking or touring) the varied landscapes of Hardcastle Crags, historic National Trust woodland, “Last of the Summer Wine” and “Herriot” Country, the Peak District National Park, South Pennine hills and “Bronte” Country. Wonderful country walks start virtually from the doorstep and numerous places to visit in the area include Haworth, Skipton and the Yorkshire Dales, “Pendle Witch” Country, Keighley and Worth Valley Railway (the original location of the film “The Railway Children”) and even the newly-refurbished National Museum of Film, Photography and Television with its five-storeys high IMAX screen!
Further afield are Harrogate, York, Bolton Abbey, Fountains Abbey and Saltaire Mill, to mention just a few.
This area of the UK is also unrivalled for its factory outlet shopping (eg Boundary Mill, Ponden Mill).
Chapel ford cottage is close to the M1 and M62 motorways and mainline rail networks for easy access to Leeds, Manchester, York, Bradford, Wakefield, Sheffield and all attractions, major cities and airports of the North, making a unique and unusual location.
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