1 bedroomed cottage with real log fire. Single put-up available bed if required.
- 100% refund if you cancel at least 14 days before check-in.
- 50% refund (minus the service fee) if you cancel at least 7 days before check-in.
- No refund if you cancel less than 7 days before check-in.
Damage and incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Max guests: 2
Short Stay at Wadsworth
Brilliant little conversion on a working Farm. Owners so helpful and friendly, suggested places to go and see, eat etc. A very handy local pub just up the road (a Timothy Taylors house for those who like beer!) again friendly (we got roped into their pub quiz) Great Area and Hebden Bridge is a lovely little town. Whilst fine for us it is hilly around this area and going into town and if you have limited mobility you would find a car necessary. I can't recommend enough, we had a lovely stay.
We were made to feel really welcome! The cottage was warm, and had everything that we needed for our stay. The views were wonderful, and had the weather been warmer, we would have loved sitting on the little veranda to watch the sunsets!! (They were gorgeous).It was quiet and peaceful: a much-needed retreat. Pub just a short walk away, which was equally warm and welcoming.
We only ate out at the pub, as a trip down into Hebden felt a step too far along dark narrow lanes-but once it is summer, this wouldn't be a problem.
We want to go back to explore the area further!
Gorgeous cottage with an amazing view
We stayed at the cottage for 2 nights and we loved it! Such a cosy place and a quiet and peaceful location with amazing views. Short walk to Hebden Bridge which we enjoyed visiting.
Would recommend for anyone looking for a relaxing break.
Thank you Gill and Nick
Perfect in every way
Gill and Nick are fab hosts and even rang to see if we were having trouble finding the house as it was dark. The accommodation is perfect, clean, smart and warm. The views are stunning and whilst the property isn't in the town itself its only a 15 minute walk down a rather steep hill or there's a regular bus service and we only paid £4 in a taxi. The local pub is lovely and dog friendly, the locals and proprietors very welcoming. We will definitely return
Nestling in the heart of The Pennines, Hebden Bridge is a quaint market town with a special character of its own; pedestrian area with many unique small shops, a large variety of lovely cafes, many pubs and an amazing variety of restaurants. There are special events such as The two week Arts Festival, Vintage Car Rally, Handmade Parade, Carnival, Hebden Bridge Brass Band and The Duck Race! Attractions include canal boat rides from Hebden's marina, art galleries, Hebden's own little theatre, cinema, antique shops, monthly Farmer's Market and spacious parks. Outdoor activities are extensive! Piglet's House links easily onto the Pennine Way, Calderdale Way, Pennine Bridleway and the stunning Hardcastle Craggs, all of which have superb routes for walkers, mountain bikers and horse riders. Golfers will enjoy our friendly Golf Club. Nearby Hollingworth Lake offers sailing and water sports. Nostalgic visitors will love a walk up 'The Buttress' to Heptonstall - a beautiful, unspoilt village 2 miles from Hebden Bridge. A trip to Haworth (Bronte country) is recommended where a visit to the home of the Bronte sisters is available. Haworth has its own special character with pubs, unique shops and The Keighley and Worth Valley Steam Railway.
Other Activities are on offer: fly-fishing at Littleborough, sailing, canoeing & wind-surfing at Hollingworth Lake, canal boat cruising from Hebden Bridge, roller skating, dry slope skiing, cinema & ten-pin bowling in Halifax as well as superb rail access to Manchester, Leeds, York, Harrogate and Bradford.
Nick & Gill Vile
About Nick & Gill Vile
Hi. I teach at the local primary school in Old Town and enjoy the peace and quiet of our lovely small holding. I moved to Hebden Bridge in 1987 (for just one year, in fact) but we fell in love with Hebden Bridge as it is so well located & has everything you could possibly need. With terrific rail links to Leeds, Manchester, and many more it became the perfect place from which to commute - to my school in Blackburn while my husband travelled by train to Leeds. So we stayed and bought a little weavers cottage in the valley. I love horses and animals so was always keen to buy some land and we moved to Carrs Farm in 1999. We lived in a caravan for 2 years while the farm was renovated. We have horses, a dog and a couple of adorable pygmy goats. The farm house took a long time and a lot of work but in 2010 we converted what was a farm building into our holiday cottage 'Piglet's House' It's been a huge success and I love meeting people & welcoming them to stay. Our guests regularly comment favourably on the stunning views from our balcony, the peace and quiet, the cosy log fire, the 'easy to walk to' local pub and how fabulous Hebden Bridge is.
Nick & Gill Vile purchased this Cottage in 2010
Why Nick & Gill Vile chose Wadsworth
Piglet's House is detached and it has unrivalled views across the valley. Stoodley Pike can easily be seen in the distance and the views are across green fields to the East and South with views of Heptonstall with its church to the west. The cottage is in Old Town with its own pub, Post Office, cricket club, golf club, park & equestrian centre. There are stunning walks on the moors above us - within 5 minutes. It takes about 15 min to walk into Hebden Bridge but 20 + on the way back....as it's up hill!! However, taxis are easy to book and the fare is about £4 / 5. There are buses up to Old Town too. Hebden Bridge is well worth a visit. We believe it has something for everyone. It's generally very dog friendly too.
What makes this Cottage unique
Piglet's House is cosy in Winter & cool in Summer. If the weather is good, then a glass of wine or a beer on the balcony provides the perfect chance to relax & unwind. The view is stunning and we often get the most incredible sunsets. The balcony is south / SW facing so it captures the best hours of the day. Piglet's House has its own car park with additional space for visitors. The parking is very accessible, next to the cottage & off-road. As Piglet's House is all on one level, it is wheelchair accessible. There is a wood burning stove for the Winter nights although we leave the central heating (with thermostat) on 24/7. Our 2 pygmy goats are your immediate neighbours. Grantley is a bit shy but his girlfriend, Scout is very friendly. They both adore any guests who give them green vegetable peelings. Many of our guests comment on how much they enjoy watching them from the kitchen window. Children, and most dogs love them!