Moorhouse is an 18th century, stone-built, lead miner’s cottage, which lies on the cusp between wooded valley and open moorland in Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. With views in all directions, it is ideal for a break away amidst rugged scenery.
Jules and Trevor offer two double rooms, brass beds, Egyptian cotton sheets, a shared bathroom with roll top bath, and a ‘snug’ with original ‘range’ and television.
‘The Hayloft’ has a king size bed and an uninterrupted view to Brimham Rocks on the other side of Nidderdale.
The ‘Cottage Room’ looks out onto ‘alpaca hill’, where our alpacas sleep. The combined rooms would be ideal for two couples travelling together or for a family. Tea and coffee making facilities are provided in the room.
Aga-cooked breakfast is included, with local produce and eggs from our own hens. We’ll be happy to introduce you to the animals (sheep, hens, ducks and alpacas), and you’re welcome to look around the smallholding.