Information on Robin Hood Cottage
- Cycling friendly
- Log Burner
- Private Parking
- Walking friendly
Robin Hood cottage is a small 18th century farmer’s cottage with mullion windows, beams and a cosy real fire. It provides the perfect place for a relaxing break in the picturesque countryside of West Yorkshire.
Close to the Pennine Way footpath and stunning moorland scenery, the cottage is a great place for walkers, cyclists or wildlife enthusiasts. It is a short drive from Hebden Bridge, ‘Bronte Country’ and the area where ‘Last Of The Summer Wine’ is filmed. It is also a good centre from which to visit the Yorkshire Dales and North Yorkshire Moors.
Available all year round – for three-day winter warmers or week-long holiday lets.
All duvets, bed linen and towels are provided. The cottage is centrally heated by the solid fuel burning stove. Wood and coal are included in the price. Roadside parking is close at hand. Sorry, the cottage is non-smoking and does not allow pets.