Bottoms Farm Cottage - Yorkshire, Sleeps 2-4
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Bottoms Farm Cottage - Oakworth, Haworth, West Yorkshire, England - Sleeps 2-4

Bottoms Farm Cottage

Bottoms Farm Cottages offer three Four Star 'adults only' holiday cottages that can accommodate parties of two to four guests individually. The holiday cottages have been sympathetically converted from a two hundred year old barn and now offer self catering accommodation in Oakworth, near Haworth in Yorkshire.

Secluded and peaceful, the cottages sit in an idyllic south facing position in the centre of the owners thirty five acre sheep farm, enjoying beautiful views over the surrounding countryside and moors.

The pretty village of Haworth is just four miles away from the cottages, and is home to the famous Worth Valley Railway and the Bronte Parsonage museum. Sitting just below the wonderful West Yorkshire moors, the picturesque village of Haworth is a delight to visit. Here you can wander down its cobbled main street and visit the many gift shops, pubs and cafés it has to offer.

Skipton, well known as the 'gateway to the Yorkshire Dales' is also just a short drive away (eight miles) and is an attractive market town that offers a delightful outdoor market and Castle, along with a variety of interesting eating establishments, shops and pubs.

A little further afield are Harrogate, the City of York, Saltaire, Hebden Bridge, Bolton Abbey and Herriot Country, all providing numerous attractions.

If you prefer to stay locally and don’t want to travel by car there are miles of wonderful walks in the local area that can be taken right from the cottage front door. There is also a traditional country pub within one and a half miles, with log fires in the winter, delicious food and a warm welcome.

The nearest shop is three miles away or four miles into Keighley which offers the usual range of shops, a market and three large supermarkets.

For local transport the bus is one and half miles away and Keighley Train Station is four miles with trains to Leeds, Skipton and Bradford every half an hour on weekdays. The journey on the famous Settle to Carlisle railway which travels over the Ribblehead Viaduct can be picked up from Keighley Station and is well worth a trip for the scenery alone!

The central location of Bottoms Farm Cottages makes it not only a perfect rural retreat for a relaxing holiday, but also a great base from which to visit both the North York Moors and the Yorkshire Dales.

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  • Stunning south facing views
  • 200 year old barn conversion
  • Sit out on our lovely patio
  • Well kept cottage gardens
  • Lounge in The Mistal
  • Bedroom in The Mistal
  • Kitchen in The Mistal
  • Stunning views from every cottage
  • Enjoy the view!
  • Well kept gardens
  • Large walk in shower in The Barn
  • Open plan lounge in The Shippon
  • Modern kitchen in The Barn
  • Heavily beamed ceiling in The Mistal
  • Twin room in The Mistal
  • Kitchen in The Shippon
  • Spacious lounge in The Barn
  • Large bedroom in The Shippon
  • Views in every direction
  • Newly fitted bathroom in The Mistal
  • South facing patio
  • Dining area in The Barn
  • Bathroom in The Shippon
  • Open plan staircases in all cottages
  • Bedroom in The Barn
  • Open plan lounge in The Barn
  • Exterior of The Barn
  • Open plan Mistal
  • Enjoy lovely sunsets fron the farm
  • Sammy one of our farm cats
  • Private drive leading to the cottages


  • Internet Access
  • Pub/Restaurant Nearby
  • Garden/Outside Area
  • Bike Storage
  • Off-Road Parking
  • Satellite/cable TV
  • Washing Machine
  • Tumble Dryer
  • Microwave
  • CD Player
  • Shower
  • Bath
  • Horse Riding Nearby

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With a choice of three Four Star holiday cottages, Bottoms Farm Cottages are ideal for couples, friends and families with older children (16+).

  • The Shippon is ideal for couples, sleeping two guests in a double bedroom.
  • The Mistal sleeps four guests in one double and one twin bedroom.
  • The Barn sleeps up to four adults double bedroom and one twin bedroom.

All cottages are well equipped with lounge providing comfortable seating, a wide-screen television with Freesat, unlimited Wi-Fi connection and CD player. Kitchens are well equipped with electric oven, hob, fridge freezer, microwave and washing machine.


  • Each cottage has electric central heating.
  • All cottages have a bathroom with WC, shower over bath, wash basin and heated towel rail.
  • Bedrooms benefit from plenty of storage space and good quality mattresses. For the double beds, guests have a choice of hollow fibre duvets or feather.
  • There is a big patio area which overlooks the valley and each cottage has its own set of garden furniture (including loungers and BBQ available in the summer months) for use.

Additional information: You can make your holiday extra special - the owners are happy to help with any requests such as flowers, champagne or chocolates for birthdays or anniversaries etc. All prices include all heating, electricity, Wi-Fi, bed linen and towels. Discounts are offered for under-occupancy in larger cottages if the cottage you require is already booked. Unfortunately no pets or smoking in any of the cottages.

Prices for 7 nights:
Low Season from £300
Mid Season from £320
High Season from £400
Peak Season £400

Key details:
Star Rating: 4 Star

Pets: No
Smoking: No
Children: No
Changeover Day: Friday
Payment options:
Paypal, Cheque, Credit Card

Bedroom configuration:
Sleeps 2-4 people in 2 bedrooms (1 Double, 1 Twin)

Owner's details:
Owner: Linda Littler, click Contact Details for owner´s phone number and email address.

Bottoms Farm Cottage joined Independent Cottages in March 2011

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Availability for Haworth 1940s weekend

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