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Commons Farm CottageWadsworth, near Hebden Bridge

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At a glance

  • Private hot tub
  • Farm location
  • Luxury features
  • Rural setting
  • Garden space
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Local Pub
  • Equestrian centre
  • Golf course
  • No pets

What To Expect

Commons Farm Cottage is a beautiful stone-built property situated in the wild and wonderful Pennine Countryside in the village of Wadsworth, near Hebden Bridge.

Dating from the 17th century, this characterful 2-bedroom cottage on a non-working farm is isolated enough for privacy but close enough to transport links including the railway.

It's an excellent base to enjoy hill walking and cycling, thanks to the proximity of the Calderdale Way.

First Class Luxury

Hot Tub with Fabulous Views

The perfect property for a luxury escape to Yorkshire!

A well-maintained, well-equipped cottage with excellent customer reviews provides a real home from home in lovely countryside ideal for up to four people who enjoy rural pursuits and the beauty of nature.

The Accommodation


Commons Farm Cottage is a homely base for a relaxing and tranquil rural retreat with plenty of options for outdoor pursuits.

The indoor space is a true respite for some rest. While the outdoors has a gentle ambience and a pastoral scene for the relaxation.

Pet Friendly

Good place for dogs

This property does not seem to accept pets unfortunately,  but it is well worth ringing just to double check. If your after some other properties head further down the page for other great cottages that welcome dogs.


In this section, we take a look at the cottage itself and what the surrounding area has to offer.

Hebden Bridge HX7 8TG UK

The Accommodation

Built in the 17th century, this historic cottage retains its original oak beams and flagstone floors but has been made cosy and comfortable with the modern addition of underfloor heating and gas coal-effect stove.

Totally renovated, the original stone fireplace remains as do the large mullion windows which offer fabulous views of the Pennine countryside.

The property sleeps up to four people in two bedrooms, both with a full en-suite with walk-in shower – exactly what you need after a day's walking or cycling. There's the added bonus of a downstairs shower room and the water source is a natural bore hole.

For indoor entertainment, there are Freeview TVs and DVD players in the living room and each bedroom and free Wi-Fi.

The outside space is appealing too with a luxurious hot tub seating five set on a south-facing flagstone patio. There's also a barbecue on the patio.

The cottage is situated on a non-working farm and as there are some sheep and the owner has a dog, pets are not allowed.

Features include:

Private Hot Tub



out of 10

Overall rating - 87%

Location & surroundings - 94%

Helpfulness of staff - 94%

Value for money - 95%

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Activities in the Wadsworth area

With plenty of signposted trails nearby, including the Calderdale Way, Commons Farm Cottage is an ideal choice for a walking or cycling holiday.

The Pennine Way and Hardcastle Crags are also close by. Despite the rural location, there's plenty to do around and about. The village has a pub that serves food and a post office, and urban entertainments can be found in Hebden Bridge which is just 1.5 miles away from Commons Farm Cottage. The Hebden Bridge Golf Course and an equestrian centre are each just about a 5-minute drive away.

Slightly further afield is the village of Haworth, known for its cobbled high street and the parsonage that was home to the literary family, the Brontes. and if you've got younger members of the family on holiday with you, the Eureka National Children's Museum is half-hour away in Halifax.

In about an hour, you can reach the gateway to the Yorkshire Dales, the market town of Skipton, and in the other direction, the Peak National Park with its own gorgeous countryside and abundance of walks. If you're attracted by bright city lights, Leeds, York, and Manchester are all linked by rail to Hebden Bridge.

A Final Note

A superb cottage nestled in the idyllic countryside of Yorkshire. The home is an ideal destination for a small family of 4 or a group of friends looking to escape the hustle and bustle of a city. 

Here you will enjoy peace and tranquillity, with long walks, teaming wildlife and miles of vast countryside all on your doorstep.

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