We had a long weekend at Fall in Green and wished we'd booked for longer. Definitely the best bit of the house for us was the conservatory overlooking wonderful countryside. When we were in the house that's where we spent most of our time and the garden is lovely too. The living room is well decorated and furnished but the call of the conservatory was too much to resist. We weren't there long enough to do much cooking but the kitchen seemed fully equipped if we'd wanted to do so.
The location is ideal, just a few minutes walk into the centre but with fields to the front and the back so you have the bustle of Haworth in very easy reach or the quiet serenity of countryside literally on your doorstep. Just a little tip though; Fall in Green is on quite a steep lane so the walk into town isn't for people with mobility problems. You are able to park just outside the house on said steep lane.
The house is perfect for a couple with a very spacious bathroom and large double bedroom and it is as described in the information. Very easy to find and no difficulties in gaining entry.
Howarth itself is a very friendly place, interesting to walk around and with plenty of independent shops. We had a lovely meal at the microbrewery (Haworth Steam Brewery) and the prices were very reasonable. My husband enjoyed the real ale on offer and they also specialise in gins and had many to choose from. It did get very full though so booking in advance would be needed especially at the weekend I should think.
Overall we had a very pleasant stay and wouldn't hesitate to recommend both house and location.
We have stayed in several cottages over the last 10+ years but Fall in Green has to be there at the top. When you walk through the kitchen into the conservatory you certainly get the wow factor the views are stunning and ever changing throughout the day. The house is immaculate, a bath with a view, and everything you could need for a quiet relaxing holiday yet only a 5 minute walk into Haworth with its quaint shops and bronte history. Saltaire well worth a visit as well as the railway children walks. Thank you Catherine for sharing such a delightful cottage with us.
Lovely tastefully decorated cottage in a wonderful location. Weather was nice so sat outside on comfy seats on decked area. Sheep in field opposite and lots of fields behind so very scenic, then 5 minutes walk to the lovely cobbled village of Haworth. Very quaint village with lots of pubs and places to eat. Lovely gesture by owner leaving a bottle of wine, loaf, biscuits, milk and juice. Highly recommend this lovely cottage and will be back!
What a lovely cottage. So glad we chose it. Fully kitted out old cottage with modern amenities. So quiet and peaceful, surrounded by nature but only a stone's throw from the centre of the village. Having a conservatory meant we could enjoy the outdoors even when it rained. It was great to watch the rabbits and sheep in the field opposite the front of the house and use the binoculars to spot birds in the back garden. We had a 3 night mid-week stay and visited the Bronte Parsonage Museum, Haworth Church, The Worth Valley Steam Railway and even went further afield to Stockport where we had an amazing foodie experience at Where The Light Gets In. On our last day we did a circular walk to Bronte Waterfall, Top Withens and back via Stanbury and the Pennine Way. Just a great place to stay, the owner has thought of everything.