Healey House is a beautiful Georgian House built in 1802. It was sensitively restored in 2017 to provide a classical period property with 21st-century amenities including a brand new kitchen and six en-suite bathrooms.
It is surrounded by 30 acres of parkland in which guests may walk.
There are 2 master bedrooms with 6’6″ super kingsize double beds, 4 further smaller bedrooms with 6′ double beds. All double beds are zip and link. There are 2 further single rooms each with 2 single beds. One of the double bedrooms is easy-access on the ground floor for wheelchair access. The House has been fitted with fire-resistant curtains, upholstery and beds and is fully compliant with fire regulations.
It is a family home owned by the Brooke family which own the oldest family business in the UK, father to son, dating back to 1541,
formerly a wool textile business. Visitors are welcome to visit the North Light Cafe open Monday to Saturday 10am – 4pm.
The house is on the edge of the Peak National Park and the Pennine Way and numerous fine hill walks are near at hand. Local cultural attractions include The Yorkshire Sculpture Park, The Hepworth Gallery and Bronte Parsonage. For those who are sports fans Manchester City is 40 mins away and Manchester United 50 mins away. The cities of York, Leeds, Sheffield, Manchester and Liverpool are an easy train or car journey away.
The House is used as a Christian retreat centre 4 weeks a year. We regret we do not have a licence for Weddings. There is no smoking in or outside the house and no pets can be brought into the house as the house has recently been newly redecorated.