For a cottage holiday close to the Peak District National Park, a stay in Almondbury could be perfect. This pretty village stands on a hillside and is nestled by hills and trees. Almondbury in West Yorkshire with its stone-built buildings has a real traditional feel about it and ample charm which make it a great place for a self-catering break.
About Almondbury for Cottage Holidays
Almondbury is home to the 16th century Wormald's Hall, which is now the village Conservative Club, and the Grade I listed All Hallows Church. This West Riding village is packed full of historical and interesting places to visit and even appeared in the Doomsday Book as "Almondeberie".
Top Attractions to Discover Near to Almondbury
• The market town of Huddersfield is just 3 miles from Almondbury and is a great place to get some shopping done or to enjoy a night at The Lawrence Batley Theatre.
• A bit further out is the small town of Holmfirth, just 6 miles from Almondbury. Fans of the show ‘Last of the Summer Wine’ will love a visit to the town, as it was where the show was filmed.
• Nature lovers and fans of the outdoors in general should head to the nearby Peak District National Parks, just a short 20 minute drive from Almondbury. The stunning countryside views and fantastic walking opportunities are not to be missed.
Book a Almondbury cottage and look forward to discovering some of the best of West Yorkshire on holiday.