Welcome to Heathcliff Cottage
A home away from home situated in a small Pendle village lying on the border between Lancashire and Yorkshire on the edge of beautiful Haworth Moor.
Offering accommodation for up to four guests this late nineteenth century stone-built traditional cottage benefits from gas central heating and double glazing, and provides off road parking for one vehicle at the front of the property and an enclosed garden to the rear.
Relax and unwind
As soon as you walk into the sitting room, with it's exposed beams and inglenook fireplace, you'll feel the cares and tension of your journey melt away. Kick off your shoes, put your feet up and unwind with a 'cuppa' and a slice of delicious home baked cake. You'll find lots of information about interesting things to do and see, all you have to do is decide which to try first.
Meander along country lanes
Surrounded by open countryside, hills and woodland Heathcliff Cottage is a perfect base from which to explore miles of wonderful country walks right on the doorstep. Take a leisurely stroll across the fields to Wycoller Country Park or discover the local wildlife along the riverside to Ball Grove Nature Reserve. There is so much to discover here you'll be spoilt for choice.
Bring history to life
Pendle is a stunning area in it's own right but is also surrounded by other beautiful places including the Yorkshire Dales and Haworth. So the choice is yours. You could lose yourself in the unspoilt beauty of the Dales or bring literature to life as you discover the heritage of the Bronte sisters in the wild, rugged moors around Haworth. Try listening to the landscape as it whispers the secrets of the Pendle Witches or feel the pulse beating at the heart of the Industrial Revolution.
Come and experience the warmth of a genuine Northern welcome as you wander the lanes of Lancashire where a rucksack is the only weight on your shoulders.