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Barn to Rest
The Barn
Harry Lane
Oxenhope

Haworth
West Yorkshire

BD22 9JW | View map
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The Barn To Rest is situated in the village of Oxenhope within a couple of minutes walk along the lane to the Worth Valley Steam Railway Station,where the steam train run on a regular basis. The Barn has views of where the house of the Railway Children was filmed.

Dating back to 1823 and built of Yorkshire stone,with deep inset windows, large hall with sweeping staircase ,open fireplace , guest lounge. Leeming waters runs through the peaceful garden setting.

Oxenhope is a typical country village with local pubs,village shops and great walks on the moors. Access to Hawoth home of The Bronte Sisters and famous Main Street with its vast selection of pubs,restaurants,and cafes is 5 mins by car or bus .Walk through. the valley following Leeming water to Haworth it will take approx 20 mins. Ideal for touring close to Hebden Bridge with is quaint shops and canal.

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