Located in the countryside village of Thurlstone in Yorkshire is Weavers Cottage sleeping 8 guests in 4 bedrooms. Only a short drive away form the Peak District and close to the picturesque village of Holmfirth. Pet-friendly luxurious self-catering accommodation which is family owned. Feel at home during your stay with us.
If your holiday with us is unable to go ahead due to government legislation you will be entitled to a full refund.
Weaver’s Cottage is a detached 4-bedroom, grade II listed building, comprised over 3 floors, with the traditional weavers’ windows still in place today. Steeped in fascinating history spanning over 4 generations of family.
With modern features and wooden ceilings this cosy Weavers cottage is a perfect place to come together as a family or with friends. However Weavers Cottage is not suitable for late night parties or celebrations which may create excessive noise or result in the property been miss treated. We do not allow group bookings where the majority of the guests are aged between 18-30
Please note: Weavers Cottage and Leapings Cottage can be booked together and combined they sleep 20 people
The open plan kitchen living on the ground floor is a great space for family and friends to get together over an evening meal. Relaxing around the stone fireplace in the comfy seating area or cooking in the well-equipped kitchen with granite worktops and dining table. This family room links through to the front garden with BBQ with seating.
Sit back and unwind in the comfort of the living room. Relax on the sofas, enjoying the light streaming through the long row of weaver’s windows. With Oak floor boards, stone fireplace and underfloor heating this is a cosy room you can retire to after your evening meal. Reminiscing about times gone by with your loved ones. On summer evenings bring the outdoors indoors by opening the back door out to the rear patio where the hot tub is located in the garden.
Weavers cottage bedrooms all offer a cosy feel for a relaxing night’s sleep, with 3 of them enjoying the continuous row of weaver’s cottage windows looking out over the Valley. The fourth bedroom has a Juliette balcony with views onto the rear garden and patio area. After a good night’s sleep amongst the soft cotton sheets, deep mattress and plump pillows and listening to the dawn chorus of the garden birds, you will be totally relaxed in this charming cottage. The cottages luxurious bathroom/shower rooms are finished to a beautifully high standard, with Porcelanosa tiles, rain showers and heated towel rails.
To entertain the competitive members of your family the games room offers great entertainment with a pool table and table tennis table. On warm days opening the external door onto the outside space and BBQ area, makes this a great social space for friends and family to gather.
Located on a quiet country lane only accessed by residents the cottage sits elevated amongst the rugged landscape. Looking across the river and across the valley towards the village church. With Old Oak trees and Sycamore trees within the grounds, wildlife is in abundance in the gardens. Embrace the views whilst alfresco dining at the picnic bench or whilst relaxing in the hot tub.
Please bear in mind the hot tub for Weavers cottage is located near to the Bedrooms of Leapings cottage. So therefore the hot tub must not be used between the hours of 00:00am and 7am.
For extra security we do operate external CCTV in Leapings Grounds next door which we also own, which may show some of Weavers Garden.
Weavers entrance has a plenty of space for muddy boots and hanging coats. The utility room provides a washing machine and tumble dryer and practical space away from food prep areas.
The centre of Thurlstone village is just a 5-minute walk and offers a welcoming award winning pub serving food and a small shop which offers a range of sandwiches, pastries and baking. Only a few hundred yards from the cottage is the Trans Pennine Trail an old railway line which was used to transport freight goods and cattle from East to West Coast. Over the years since the railway was dismantled in 1980, the trail has become a haven for wildlife with its many species of trees and wild flowers lining the route, making it a perfect place to enjoy walking or cycling, whist taking in the stunning scenery.
For a more challenging walk you can walk from the cottage up to Royd Moor viewing point. Taking in the wonderful countryside and looking out across towards the Peak District.