Ponden Mill was built in 1792 and originally was used for spinning cotton. Its on the Worth river and close to all of the Bronte attractions, the Worth Valley Steam Railway, and right on the Pennine Way. The mill is severly haunted but there have been no appearances in the guest rooms.... yet.
The bedroom is quite large with windows overlooking the river, the bathroom is also spacious. There is a lot of wildlife at Ponden, and sometimes wildlife is not quiet, so as long as you don't mind the occaisional Owl sound or wild horses galloping around you should fine.
Guests will have their own key and can come and go as they please. Other than the Bedroom and Bathroom the guests will also have access to the dining area and will have access to tea and coffee making facilities.
We are happy to help, just let us know when you are planning your trip and we can give advice. There are lots of places and events in the area that we can help you navigate to.