Dog-friendly West Yorkshire
Amongst the rolling hills and gorgeous countryside are towns such as Huddersfield, Hallifax and Marsden, which offer a fabulous selection of West Yorkshire's finest dog-friendly cottages, hotels and bnb's.
- Haworth, EnglandThis old Weaving cottage combines style and comfort, benefitting from one bedroom and a family bathroom accommodating up to two guests. Ideally situated in the tranquil village of Haworth, West Yorkshire, the area made famous by the Bronte Sisters, known as Bronte Country. There are so many local and nearby attractions to visit such as the Bronte Parsonage Museum, The Keighley and Worth Valley Railway, Saltaire, Hebden Bridge, The Piece Hall at Halifax, Bolton Abbey, Thornton Hall Country Park and so much more!
Entering the property, you are greeted by a bright and cosy open plan living/dining room and kitchen, where you benefit from a sumptuous sofa, a TV and wood burner, the perfect place to rest your feet after a day exploring and plan the rest of your holiday! A fully fitted kitchen awaits you with everything you need to prepare those home cooked meals, or why not try a variety of local cuisines? one of the many restaurant or pub options in the village. Wander upstairs where you will be welcomed to a good size double bedroom with a king size bed. The family bathroom can be found on the first floor briefly comprising of a shower cubicle, low level toilet and hand wash basin. Externally the property is situated on a quiet pedestrian street. There is a digital parking permit provided for one car, which can be arranged after booking. Additional cars can be parked in the pay and display car park directly behind Weavers Retreat and paid by the guests separately.
There is the option to book breakfast, for an extra charge, at Weavers Guesthouse, just a few doors down the street. This can be organised when you arrive, should you wish.
Weavers Retreat (UK41068) can also be booked with Weavers Cottage (UK41064) to accommodate up to 4 guests.£88From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Haworth, EnglandDiscover this hidden gem in rural Todmorden - a charming holiday cottage inviting you to unwind and explore. Perfect for up to four guests, this cosy retreat exudes warmth with a wood burner, and four legged friends can be included in the holiday fun. Contemporary comfort meets rustic charm, with superb characterful features such as exposed stone and beams creating an inviting haven. Expect local sheep grazing, a quintessential part of the landscape that adds to the charm. Whether you’re by the crackling fire, sharing a delightful meal or sat in the garden taking in the rural surroundings, Little Jacks Cottage is a perfect retreat.
Todmorden, a market town with a rich history, offers vibrant local markets and the iconic Todmorden Unitarian Church against the backdrop of rolling hills. Just 1 mile down the road you can explore the town’s artistic flair and immerse yourself in its unique atmosphere.
A 15-minute drive takes you to Hebden Bridge, which is equally captivating with its quirky charm. Stroll along the canal, explore eclectic shops and savour artisanal delights in local cafés. Hebden Bridge is a haven for artists, boasting a thriving creative scene. Just past Hebden Bridge lies Haworth, a literary haven where the Brontë sisters once roamed the cobbled streets. Immerse yourself in the Victorian atmosphere, visit the Brontë Parsonage Museum, and relish breathtaking views of the surrounding moorlands.
Todmorden is also set between the Yorkshire Dales and Peak District National Parks, where you can hike scenic trails, breathe in fresh mountain air and marvel at panoramic views. There is the opportunity to do as much or as little as you like.£72From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Haworth, EnglandWelcome to this charming two-bedroom holiday home, a cosy end-terraced retreat designed for relaxation and comfort. As you step inside, you are greeted by the warmth of an open-plan living area adorned with a decorative fireplace. The living area is thoughtfully furnished with plush sofas and soft throws, creating an inviting atmosphere for you to unwind after a day of exploration. Adjacent to the living area is a well-equipped kitchen, seamlessly integrated into the open space. The kitchen features modern appliances, providing you with the convenience to prepare delicious meals. A dining area completes the open plan, offering a quaint setting for shared meals and delightful conversations. Heading upstairs, you’ll find the sleeping quarters. The first bedroom boasts a comfortable double bed, made up with soft linens and cushions, ensuring a peaceful night’s sleep. The second bedroom is equally inviting, featuring a luxurious kingsize bed with cosy blankets and pillows. The bathroom is designed for both functionality and style, with a bath tub equipped with a shower overhead. This space allows for a relaxing soak or a quick refresh, catering to your preferences.
As you step outside, a charming south facing patio area to the front of the property awaits. This outdoor space is perfect for enjoying your morning coffee or an evening glass of wine while basking in the fresh air. The patio is tastefully furnished, creating a serene extension of your holiday home. Overall, this two-bedroom holiday let is a haven of comfort and tranquility, offering a delightful blend of modern amenities and rustic charm. Whether you’re snuggled up by the decorative fire, cooking a meal in the well-appointed kitchen, or enjoying the outdoor patio, this holiday retreat promises a memorable and relaxing experience.
Oakworth, located in West Yorkshire, is a picturesque village with a rich history and several local attractions that capture the essence of the region. Here are some notable points of interest and activities in and around Oakworth; one of the major attractions in Oakworth is the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway. This heritage railway offers a scenic journey through the beautiful Yorkshire countryside, allowing visitors to experience the charm of vintage steam trains.
A short distance from Oakworth, Haworth is a historic village famous for its association with the Brontë sisters – Charlotte, Emily, and Anne. Visitors can explore the Brontë Parsonage Museum, which was the family home and is now a museum showcasing the life and works of the Brontës. For nature enthusiasts, the Brontë Waterfall is a serene spot located near Haworth. It’s a peaceful walk through the countryside to reach this waterfall, offering a tranquil escape surrounded by nature.£70From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Haworth, EnglandFarways Den is a charming two-bedroom holiday home located in the picturesque village of Oldfield, comfortably sleeping up to four guests. This delightful retreat offers a unique blend of quirky, rustic, and modern interior design, providing a cosy and inviting atmosphere for your stay.
The main living area is adorned with quirky decor and rustic touches, showcasing the character of the traditional Yorkshire stone cottage. However, it is also complemented with modern amenities and comfortable furnishings to ensure you have a pleasant and convenient stay. An electric wood burner creates the perfect place to settle down after a long day exploring the local area. One of the standout features of Fairways Den is its full-height windows that offer stunning panoramic views of the Worth Valley. Imagine waking up to the breathtaking sights of rolling hills and green landscapes right from the comfort of your holiday home. The windows also allow ample natural light to flood the living spaces, creating a bright and airy ambience. An open-plan design of the living room, kitchen and dining room provides the perfect hosting place for friends and family. The kitchen is equipped with all the modern appliances you may need to prepare delicious meals during your stay. Whether you decide to cook up a traditional British feast or simply brew a cup of tea, the kitchen provides everything you need. A kingsize bedroom can be found on the ground floor featuring a large modern and luxury bathroom with a free-standing bath and walk-in shower. Soak up the bubbles and relax and unwind after a day exploring the local area. The first floor consists of a snug area which can be used as a relaxation area with bar and a bedroom that can be either a kingsize or two singles. There is also the convenience of a second toilet on the ground floor and a utility room featuring a washing machine. As you step outside, you’ll find an enclosed private garden, a gem for relaxing and enjoying the fresh air. It’s an ideal space for sipping your morning coffee or unwinding in the evening with a glass of wine.
Haworth is a charming village located in the Worth Valley, West Yorkshire, England. It is renowned for its connection to the famous Brontë sisters, who lived in the area during the 19th century and wrote some of their most celebrated works here. The village has a rich literary history, and you can explore the Brontë Parsonage Museum to learn more about the lives and works of these remarkable writers. Haworth is known for its cobbled streets, historic buildings, and traditional Yorkshire charm. You can stroll through the village and discover quaint shops, cafés, and local pubs serving traditional Yorkshire ales and hearty meals. For nature lovers, the Worth Valley offers breathtaking landscapes and scenic walking trails. You can take a hike along the Brontë Way, which winds through the moorlands and countryside, offering stunning views of the surrounding area. Pub and restaurant 1 mile.£84From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Haworth, EnglandHalf Pint Cottage combines a contemporary feel with original period features and vintage charm. Wander through to find an open plan living, dining and kitchen space. The cosy living area provides the perfect place to relax and unwind in after a day exploring the area. Sink into the sumptuous sofa and enjoy your favourite show or movies after a long day exploring the area, appreciate the warmth of the wood burner. A well-equipped fitted kitchen with dining area awaits. The comfortable living room has a feature fireplace with a wood burner, so guests can relax in front of a real fire and listen for the sound of the steam train whistle.
When sleep calls, sink down and rest your head, reset ready for an action-packed day ahead. Each bedroom benefits from plenty of storage space for your personal belongings during your stay. The three-floor accommodation consists of a double bedroom, a large, converted loft room which offers a flexible space for activities such as reading, writing, meditation or yoga and a spacious bath and shower room.
At the front of the property, there is an outdoor seating area, and there is roadside parking available.
Haworth is famous for its association with the Bronte Sisters and the heritage Keighley and Worth Valley Railway, and Half Pint Cottage is just a 10-15-minute walk from the historic cobbled Main Street which is home to a wealth of independent vintage shops, galleries, cafés, bars, and restaurants, and the Bronte Parsonage Museum. Haworth has a vast array of annual events such as the 1940s Weekend and the Christmas Torchlight Weekend, so there is always a reason to visit whatever the time of year.
Situated above the Worth Valley on the edge of the Pennine Moors, a stay in Haworth also offers breathtakingly beautiful moorland walks and cycle routes right on the doorstep, and popular sights and landmarks include Haworth Moor, Top Withins, and the Bronte Bridge and Waterfall. Half Pint Cottage is just a 5-minute walk from Haworth’s historic railway station which was opened in 1867. The Keighley and Worth Valley Railway and the surrounding towns and villages were used in the 1970s film adaptation of Edith Nesbit’s book ‘The Railway Children’, so there is the opportunity to take a nostalgic step back in time and see some of the most iconic locations from the story on a choice of two Railway Children walks.£62From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Haworth, EnglandWest View Farm provides comfortable accommodation for up to eight guests within four bedrooms. Ideally situated in the quiet hamlet of Hainworth, one mile south from Keighley in West Yorkshire. West View Farm provides everything you need to enjoy your time away. Entering the property, you are greeted by an allocated area to store your muddy boots and coats with a lovely decorative fire. Wander through to find a large games room benefitting from a multi-game table to enjoy and make memories. On this floor you can also find a toilet and a utility room with a washing machine and fridge/freezer.
Wander upstairs to find an open living room with a gas fire, a small step to a dining area. The lounge benefits from sumptuous sofas and two chairs. Enjoy the warmth of the fire as your favourite show or movie plays out on the TV after a long day exploring the area. Your fully fitted kitchen awaits you providing everything you need to rustle up those home-cooked meals with a gas hob and electric oven, fridge and microwave. Either eat in the adjacent dining room or the conservatory is a great place to host breakfast and soak up the views of the garden and rolling countryside views. Alternatively, when the sun is shining you could have a barbeque on the sheltered patio. Don’t fancy cooking? Why not treat yourself at one of the local pubs, restaurants or cafés, all within a mile.
When sleep calls, you have four bedrooms to choose from situated on the first floor, where you can sink onto the bed and rest your head, reset ready for an action-packed day ahead. There is one double bedroom with an en-suite shower room; one twin room; a kingsize room; and a room with bunk beds, all providing plenty of storage for your belongings during your stay. The family bathroom can also be found on the first floor benefitting from a bath and a separate shower and wash hand basin.
A couple of miles away is the town of Haworth, known for its links with the Bronte sisters; here you will find the Bronte Parsonage Museum, Bronte Waterfall and the famed walking trail of Bronte Way. It has Victorian buildings, shops, pubs and restaurants, plus close by is the National Trust-owned East Riddlesden Hall and many walking routes in the area. Catch a ride on the Keighley & Worth Valley Railway and travel on steam or diesel trail through the surrounding countryside and villages, made famous as locations for the filming of ‘The Railway Children’. Venture to the idyllic market town of Skipton and uncover the gateway to the Dales, before continuing to Hebden Bridge, famously used in the filming of the popular BBC series ‘Happy Valley’. Within reach by car is the popular town of Harrogate, a historic town filled with attractions for the whole family, and the inviting spa town of Ilkley.£90From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Haworth, EnglandThis mid Pennines detached barn conversion, approached by a private drive, enjoys outstanding views across Calderdale. It is in a quiet, elevated position, but not remote. The area abounds with historic footpath walks including miles of canal towpath in the valley below, and yet is only ½ mile from Mytholmroyd railway station with frequent fast train connections to the cities of Leeds, Manchester and York, and even to Blackpool on the Fylde coast with all the fun of the fair for a memorable family day out. Famous Hebden Bridge is close by as are other familiar locations for well-known film and TV productions including the ‘Last Tango in Halifax’ and ‘Happy Valley’.
Inside the property there is a good-sized open plan living/dining/kitchen area with full width patio doors to a terrace overlooking views into the far distance of 5 miles or more. There is a double bedroom, a shower room, ample parking and a pleasant enclosed private garden. The property has gas central heating and is simply but tastefully furnished and makes a good year round holiday base.£49From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Haworth, EnglandCobbler’s Cottage, which you may have spotted recently in “Happy Valley” or the “Sally Wainright” TV series, provides a comfortable and cosy stay boasting original features throughout the house. Entering the property, you are greeted by a cosy open plan living area, dining area and kitchen. The perfect place to relax and unwind in after a day exploring the local area. Curl up in front of the electric fire and plan your next day of activities. The kitchen is provided with everything you need to make you feel at home, fully equipped for any of those home cooked meals, or why not try a local meal out, there is a pub just next door!
Wander upstairs to choose from two double bedrooms, sink into the double beds and enjoy a good night’s rest, ready for the day ahead. Both bedrooms offer plenty of storage for all of your belongings. The family bathroom can also be found on the first floor comprising a shower, toilet, and wash basin.
Cobbler’s Cottage situated in the conservation village of Luddenden West Yorkshire, also featured in “Gentlemen Jack”, “Last Tango in Halifax” and recently “Happy Valley”. Shibden Hall is only 4 miles away, and the Bohemian town of Hebden Bridge and Haworth famous for the Brontë sisters only a few miles away. With so many local walks, pubs, shops, and places to visit you are sure to have a great time.
A warm welcome will always await you at Cobbler’s Cottage, its historical and ideal location will be sure to leave you wanting more!£39From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Haworth, EnglandThe Lodge is a delightful stone-built old coach house dating back to the 1850s, perfectly set just outside the Yorkshire Dales.
Recently renovated in 2022 by the owner to a high standard, The Lodge has contemporary modern comforts, set in a charming environment that provides the perfect setting for friends, families, and couples to have a peaceful and relaxing retreat. The owners have tried to keep the history alive in this old coach house with impressive exposed wooden beams and stone throughout. You enter the property into the well-presented, well-equipped modern kitchen with a breakfast bar, great for having your breakfast to get energised for today’s adventures. Across from the kitchen is the beautiful living area which is ideal to cosy up on the comfortable sofas with a glass of red in front of the stunning wood burner which adds additional heat and charm. Up one flight of stairs, you are presented with three good size bedrooms all fitted with fresh cotton sheets guaranteeing a perfect night’s sleep. The bathroom is also located on the first floor which boasts a very appealing roll-top bath should you wish to have a long relaxing soak after exploring this stunning area, shower cubicle, and heated towel rail. To the rear of the property, there is a superb, enclosed patio area, a fantastic place to sit in the summer months with your favourite holiday tipple or simply have your morning coffee whilst breathing in the fresh morning air.
Brontë Country is nearby, offering lots of wonderful walking routes across the moors, and for those keen on cycling, why not try a section of the Tour de France route that runs through Keighley and Haworth? For a more relaxing way to explore the area, hop on the Worth Valley Steam Train from Keighley Station, which takes you on a 5-mile journey through the Haworth moors and on to Oxenhope, once home to the Brontë Sisters. The village of Haworth, 4 miles, is well worth a visit with its pretty cobbled streets lined with bunting and old-fashioned windows giving you a glimpse of the wares within. There is an array of antique shops, independent bookstores, pavement cafés, and restaurants, plus the Brontë Parsonage Museum. The market town of Skipton, also known as ‘The Gateway to the Yorkshire Dales’, 13 miles, is another great day out, with a tempting selection of bars and restaurants, a medieval castle, and bustling street markets.
You can also take a stroll along the Leeds and Liverpool canal that runs through, or simply watch the barges chug past from a bar overlooking the water. Grab a delicious afternoon tea at Betty’s Tea room in Ilkley and head to Bolton Abbey for a picture-perfect picnic beside the river.£67From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Haworth, EnglandThis beautiful, 18th-century, stone-built terraced cottage offers a comfortable stay within the charming little town of Baildon. Brook Cottage has plenty of character with exposed beams and reclaimed brickwork which offers both couples and families a perfect holiday retreat and is ideally located to explore all that the Yorkshire Dales has to offer. The property is set over two levels; you enter the property into the well-presented, well-equipped kitchen which has plenty of room for food preparation. Through from the kitchen is a comfortable living room which has all the home comforts to give that lovely ‘home from home’ feel. Across from the living room is the lovely dining room, a great place to have a home cooked meal or play a board game with the family. To the rear of the property is the stunning garden, with a decked area and lawn for the kids to play on whilst the adults enjoy a well-deserved glass of fizz in the summer months.
With the property situated on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, Brook Cottage is perfectly located for exploring the beautiful local countryside. There are many walks straight from your door and cycling is very popular in the area, why not try a section of the Tour de France route that runs through Keighley and Haworth? For a more relaxing way to explore the area, hop on the Worth Valley Steam Train from Keighley Station, which takes you on a 5-mile journey through the Haworth moors and on to Oxenhope, once home to the Bronte sisters. The village of Haworth, 8 miles, is well worth a visit with its pretty cobbled streets lined with bunting and old-fashioned windows giving you a glimpse of the wares within.
Ilkley is just a short drive from the property meaning you have access to its variety of independent shops, cafés, restaurants, pubs and Tea Rooms. Bolton Abbey is a great place for a family day out, offering plenty of walking within the magnificent 30,000-acre grounds and picture-perfect picnic spots beside the river. The charming market town of Skipton, also known as the ‘Gateway to the Dales’, is 15 minutes away which is home to an ancient castle, cobbled high street and colourful street market. There is also golf nearby and a train station.£88From price per night based on 7 night stay