Nora's characterful two-storey terraced cottage was built in the late eighteenth century and is in a conservation area in the Summer Wine town of Holmfirth.
The cottage enjoys a scenic riverside setting, yet it is located close to Holmfirth town centre, and just a short walk from its many shops, cafes, pubs and restaurants.
Little is known about its earliest occupants, but at one time the property and others nearby were owned by Bass Brewery and provided accommodation for its workers and their families.
Over and under-dwellings are commonplace among the weavers' cottages in Holmfirth, and the basement rooms accessed under the famous stone steps leading to Nora's front door were once home to her greatest admirer, pesky scruffpot Compo Simmonite. Compo's underdwelling is now part of the Summer Wine Exhibition next door, which is itself located under the Wrinkled Stocking tea rooms.
Inside, the cottage offers a surprising amount of accommodation. There is a flag-floored dining kitchen, a generous lounge, two large bedrooms and a big bathroom with both a freestanding bath and a separate shower.
Nora's historic cottage is characterful and cosy, and comes equipped with everything you need to make your stay as comfortable and enjoyable as possible.
- FreeSat satellite TV
- Ample storage and wardrobe facilities.
- Fresh linen and towels supplied.
- A cot and high chair are available.
The accommodation fully comprises:
- 1 x Large Double Room (sleeps two)
- 1 x Large Family Bedroom (sleeps four)
- Large Living Room
- Kitchen / Dining Room
- Generous Bathroom
- Private Outdoor Sitting Area
No Smoking. No Pets (except by special arrangement)
There is free parking nearby, but not immediately outside the property (to unload you may park temporarily outside the cottage).
Please note: The front door is approached via a flight of stone steps (as might be expected!), and the accommodation is arranged over three floors. Furthermore, there are steep stairs inside the property.