This imposing house, built in 1802 and sensitively restored in 2018 provides a classic period property with 21st century amenities and a truly unique holiday home for friends and families to get together.
Set in the Holme Valley with 30 acres of private woodland and meadows to explore, this magnificent Georgian house provides stunning holiday accommodation for 18 guests. Lying along the northern fringe of the Peak District, this fabulous house dates back over two centuries. This elegant and impressive property makes a superb venue for a family get-together or a group celebration, with a wealth of extras including a cinema projector, games facilities and croquet lawn.
The stylish drawing room offers beautiful views over the grounds and is an ideal space to sit back in front of the wood burner in the evening. The lounge, known as the Red Room, has been richly decorated and features a pool table, cinema projector, wood burner, a selection of board games and an electric digital piano. The attractive kitchen/breakfast room has a fantastic range of equipment, while the formal dining room provides a tasteful backdrop to any special family meal. The ground floor also offers a smaller butler’s kitchen and the first of the property’s sumptuous bedrooms. The remaining seven bedrooms are on the first floor, along with three bathrooms and a snug with a double sofa bed, TV and table football. The patio offers plenty of space for dining alfresco, and overlooks the extensive gardens and surrounding woodland. The gardens feature a gently sloping lawn, a croquet court, two ponds, stone walls and a summerhouse with seating.
Close to the Pennine Way, the property is perfect for exploring Marsden Moor (6 miles) and the northern parts of the Peak District (2 miles). The popular market town of Holmfirth, famous for Last of the Summer Wine, is nearby (4.5 miles), with other local attractions including Folly Dolly Falls, Castle Hill and Standedge Tunnel (all within 6.5 miles).