It is a clean, compact end of terrace house. There is off street parking on a wide driveway. It is close to all major roads and bus routes.
“Susan was there to meet me and was very helpful and clear with her explanation of how everything worked. She was very hospitable, even offering to make me a cup of tea before she left. For anyone with mobility issues like me it’s ideal as there is a wet room style shower, so there’s no threshold to climb over. There are grab bars in various places around the house and even a chair lift on the stairs, although I did not use this. The 2 steps outside the side door are quite steep, but I found the front steps easy to use as they are shallower and wider with a banister at each side to hold on to. Bread, butter, eggs, milk, tea, coffee and condiments were all provided The house was very clean and I had a good nights sleep in the comfy bed. There is a very handy corner shop just across the quiet street and 2 large supermarkets within walking distance. For people without a car, the bus stop is just around the corner. I would not hesitate to use Susan’s house again and would highly recommend it to others.”
Stylish self contained studio apartment, with comfy double bed, cosy sofa, kitchenette, and ensuite shower room. Unlimited tea and coffee and treats provided! Ideally situated for visiting Bronte Country, the Yorkshire Dales, Saltaire and Skipton. Or if you prefer the bright lights, Bingley train station with regular a train service into Leeds City Centre, is approx. 3 miles away. Leeds Bradford airport is approx 30 mins drive away Eddie our cute, friendly shitzu may say hello when you arrive
“Brilliant stay! We were here for one night and were blown away by the attention to detail Nick and Jo made to make our stay that bit more special! The place was clean with all the amenities necessary, along with the decor being cool the studio itself was in the perfect location for a lovely country stay.”
This Victorian midterraced house is in Thornton Village, the birth place of the Emily Bronte one of the Bronte sisters (which is now a cafe). It is handy for exploring the Bronte County and about 6.4miles to Haworth Bronte parsonage museum. Also easy access to the motorway to Leeds and Manchester for a day. Its a perfect urban and countryside escape within reach of everything. Although it is not rural one can get into the surrounding countryside very quickly.
“We really enjoyed our stay in Kezneth's beautiful home. It was in an incredibly convenient location with beautiful scenery, and the house itself is really stylishly decorated with great artwork in every room! The kitchen was well stocked with basics and easy to use! Kezneth made us feel very welcome straight away, and we would definitely stay again!”