Ever fancied sleeping above tranquil, flowing water? Set in the lush countryside sitting atop a waterfall in God’s Own Country, Falling Water cabin in Yorkshire accentuates the wilderness surrounding! This unique stay in West Yorkshire featured on George Clarke’s Amazing Spaces and is the perfect place to unwind in nature. Set in the countryside of the traditional town of Haworth, made famous by the incredible Bronte sisters, this little cabin is the ultimate getaway from all human life.
The cabin’s is head to toe wrap around windows windows which on the outside reflect the surroundings making it sit seamless in its surroundings like some hidden gem that you’ve stumbled upon. Whilst inside those same windows offer you a picture-perfect view of the lush West Yorkshire trees. With the ever changing colours from season to season, the cabin hits different, so you can visit all year round.
In a word, this stripped back stay is peaceful. The simple hut makes you want to get cosy under a blanket with your partner for a romantic weekend away as the copper wood burner snaps and crackles with its warm glow adding to the ambience of the place. It’s the kind of spot you want to kick off your muddy boots after exploring the surroundings moors, turn off your phones, curl up and enjoy nature – preferably with a glass of vino.
The Falling Water cabin in Yorkshire owners and visionaries Richard and Barbara styled Falling Water on the Frank LLoyd Wright building of the same name. Setting out with an aim to create something the embraces and blends with its surroundings – we have to say the succeeded.
In the morning, you can enjoyed the trickling of the stream below whilst you enjoy up continental breakfast in bed hamper with tea, coffee and snacks on offer. If you’re staying in on a night make sure you sit quietly as you could witness deer drinking from the steam, owls on the hunt in the woodland as other wildlife come to life.
If you do feel the need to venture from your cabin during your stay, it’s conveniently located next to the famous Pennine Way, which stretches from Scotland all the way down the spine of the country to the Peak District National Park.
Also, you can visit the famous Brontë sisters town of, Haworth. It’s centre is like stepping back in time with the Black Bull inn a firm favourite our ours for stopping off to enjoy local ales in a traditional inn with a roaring fire, original features and more that will complete that fantastic stay in the glorious Yorkshire countryside,
Make sure you take in the Brontë waterfalls on the Haworth circular walk, along with the the traditional shops in the town and Wuthering Heights itself (Top Withens). Literature fans will be able to explore all things Brontë during their stay, with the closest building to the cabin being Gimmerton Chapel from classic novel Wuthering Heights.
Ponden Mill is a Georgian Cotton Mill set in stunning countryside just outside Haworth. At Ponden you can Camp along the river Worth, stay in our B&B, or just hike through our forest and waterfalls. Prices start at £145 per night and the Falling Water cabin in Yorkshire can be booked via Canopy & Stars here.