Are you staying for a few days in the atmospheric moorland Aire Valley region? Perhaps walking on the moors, visiting the famous Bronte Parsonage or attending one of the many wonderful & free weekend events the village puts on through out the year?

We offer overnight minimum two night stays in double en-suite rooms in the fabulous Grade II Listed property that over looks the historic setts or more commonly called the cobbled street.

There is a choice of two bright and quiet rooms (max. two adults per room), available at £50 per night each. They come with their own bedding, toilet/shower room, guest towels, a kettle with courtesy tea & coffee and accessible  Wi-Fi. Based in the lofty top floor way above the studio gallery, you get to absorb the history of the area, with the building C 1789 reputed to be one of the oldest in this section of Main Street. This is an overnight, room only facility, with the artist & gallery owner living in a separate wing of the property. The building has a non smoking policy in place. Parking is resident permit only on the lower part of Main Street however there is free on road parking very close by. There are also Pay & Display carparks within walking distance if required.

Meals are not provided, unless you are attending a residential pottery course and only then with advance notice, a simple healthy continental style breakfast can be prepared for you. There are local eateries & shops for meals and simple food supplies.

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All bookings require prompt payment to secure and the rooms are available independent from the pottery workshops. Please inquire about availability and prices.

Due to the historic nature of the building and its Grade II Listing we are not able to accommodate wheelchairs and access up two flights of stairs may be difficult to anyone with mobility issues.

Regrettably we cannot take your pets as an additional guest at present and neither the building or rooms are suitable for young children.

Information for residential pottery course options can be found on the pottery workshop page.