For a short break in an idyllic location the Hollins wood bothy is a must for all ages. Arriving through the woods sets the scene before you get to the hidden gem, this well equipped stone cottage delivers on all fronts giving you the option to do as much or a little as you want. If walking is your past time there is a raft of information for all levels or if you just want to chill out this hidden gem will not disappoint. Had a great stay and we'll visit again.
Just what my wife and I needed after a hectic few months moving house in Liverpool. So peaceful and welcoming, even as we approached through the fields.
Extremely comfortable bed, good wi-fi and mobile coverage, fabulous "sitting-out areas" for catching the sun and chilling. Great walks around the cottage and Wortley village.
Handy for Peak district and Yorkshire Dales. Returned home with our "batteries fully recharged" Highly recommended!
Could not fault the property or welcome. Property is reached via a farm track as advertised and we did get stuck because it was dark and we missed the hard surface!, our fault. Owner most helpful in getting us out again.
Nice and warm, and the log burner was great. very handy for the motorway and all local attractions.
The Wortley Arms does great food and the butcher/village shop does amazing pies :)
Can't say enough good things about this place. It's a perfect little retreat if you want some time to relax. We were made to feel so welcome and loved every minute of our stay.
I stayed at the bothy for a weeks holiday in August. The place is in a beautiful setting, furnished to a high standard, quiet and peaceful. Perfect for a solo holiday or for a couple seeking a quiet and romantic getaway.
Very helpful pre arrival instructions, a lovely welcome and a wonderful stay.
The property is ideally situated for access to the sculpture triangle which includes the fabulous Yorkshire Sculpture Park and the Hepworth museum in Wakefield. I also enjoyed a day trip to Harrogate and a trip to Sheffield while I was there.
Would love to stay again.