Thursday, 14 July 2016

Haworth Holiday Apartment

We had to bring forward our September holiday, and now that I am up to date with all the chores, its time to post about this.  The first thing I would like to mention is the lovely accommodation we enjoyed in a Grand Home just on the outskirts of Haworth.  Libby's Place  is a first floor apartment, is everything a couple could wish for.  It is so quiet, with lovely views, and has very ample rooms beautifully furnished.

I just wondered what treats we had in store when we were shown up the stairs by the owner.  The door to the apartment in on the ground floor, where there is room to leave shoes and hang up clothes, and has this lovely private staircase up to the first floor.

The king size four poster bed comes with top quality pure cotton sheets, and down duvet and pillows.  Bliss...just like home! We had taken some just in case, but they remained packed.   The room was beautifully furnished,

and the views out of the window ever changing depending on the weather..but straight down there would always be interesting bird activity around the many feeders.

The lounge was comfortable, light and airy...

and the kitchen open plan to the side was very easy to use and very well stocked with nice crockery, cutlery etc.  We decided to leave the fold down dining table up most days, as sitting there drinking long lazy cups of coffee, I loved to peer into the trees watching out for the various birds including the nuthatches just about ten feet from the window.

The shower room had a large shower so we were very happy with everything.  It is strictly no smoking inside and in the grounds, which is something we love too!

We enjoyed the walk into the Village, and only moved the car one day, when we visited Cliffe Castle Museum in Keighley.  Julie and Nick were very welcoming, and except when we met them in the village or saw them topping up the bird feeders, or doing a spot of gardening, we were completely quiet.  Julie can be contacted on 01535 645651, or 07719 649971  for bookings.

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