From their website:
Traditional, early 1800's weavers cottage nestling in the valley beside the river Holme, at the foot of Holme Moss, right on the edge of the Yorkshire Pennines and the Peak district with woodland, moorland and reservoir walks from the door. It's ideally located to explore all that Yorkshire and the surrounding area has to offer.
The Old Wash Kitchen nestles in the heart of the village of Hinchliffe Mill at the foot of Holme Moss, a location with views made famous in the hit comedy series, 'The Last of The Summer Wine'. It sits in a conservation area with characteristic stone cottages centred around a 19th century woollen mill and the river Holme which can be heard babbling by.
The cottage is surrounded by rolling green hills, open countryside and overlooks the river and mill pond a haven to wildlife and birds including ducks, herons and kingfishers.
This cosy, spacious, family and dog friendly 2 bedroomed cottage, the lower half of a pair of 150 year old mill workers cottages, features original beams, exposed stonework, an esse gas stove, an intricately carved antique mahogany bed and vaulted ceilings.
The Old Wash Kitchen is perfect for exploring Holmfirth and Yorkshire with scenic walks and cycle rides all from your door with the benefit of a village shop, 2 local dog friendly pubs, both serving food, a tea room and a vineyard with it's own restaurant within a few minutes walk.
Holmfirth centre with it's array of shops, cafe's, pubs, bars, restaurants and the Picturedrome is a short, flat, scenic 1 mile stroll away.
If this is the peaceful, scenic and authentically Yorkshire get away you're looking for then we look forward to welcoming you to The Old Wash Kitchen.