Royds Hall Cottage is a 17th century, stone-built, semi-detached farmhouse, located on a hillside just on the outskirts of Haworth in a village called Stanbury. With wonderful views across Ponden reservoir and the surrounding fells, this is a truly amazing place to stay. The cottage combines both modern and traditional styles, providing first class accommodation of character and charm in the most enviable of positions.
Situated on the main road between the picturesque villages of Haworth and Oakworth and overlooking woodland, this cosy and newly renovated basement flat has all amenities for a self-catering experience away from home. Historic Haworth and the Bronte Parsonage are a mile away, whilst Keighley and Worth Valley Oakworth Rail Station (location of the series ‘The Railway Children’) is a ten minute walk. The Penine Way is nearby and the stunning moors landscape is on your doorstep.
The house is adjoined to a Weslyn Chapel and Chapel House was built in approx 1845 and was the home of the church caretaker.