Ploughcroft Cottage was originally three 18th century cottages which have been lovingly restored retaining beamed ceilings and original stone fireplaces. Situated in an elevated position above Halifax and set in a rural environment with panoramic views over the town and surrounding countryside. Alternatively follow the link to Pule Cottage to enjoy a holiday break at our newly refurbished self-catering cottage that offers the same special panoramic views of Calderdale.


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Verse 1 of 5 © 2007 George Crowther - Yorkshire is renowned for the hospitality of its people - A friendly people - a friendly place, built up over centuries by Yorkshire folk who cared little for airs and graces, whatever their task and reflecting the work that formed. The Yorkshire character; the coal, textile and brewing industries, and much more for that matter, the farmer who from early morn till dusk out in the fields, helped form the roots of we Yorkshire folk. Oh! And not forgetting steel!!!