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WHERE TO STAY, SELF-CATERING, B&B, etc. in the Hebden Bridge area
HALSTEAD GREEN FARM HOLIDAY HOME
5 bedroom detached farmhouse in Colden, just a mile from Heptonstall and 2 miles from Hebden Bridge.
The surrounding countryside is highly accessible for walkers, horse riders and cyclists with wooded valleys, including the National Trust's Hardcastle Crags. The Pennine Way passes within a quarter of a mile but there are many other footpaths, cycle routes and bridleways to explore. Views across the Calder valley to Stoodley Pike. Sleeps 10, but can sleep more, just ask.
SPRING WOOD STUDIOS, SELF-CONTAINED APARTMENTS
Stylish, comfortable self-contained one bedroom apartments. Delightful woodland setting, bordering Hardcastle Crags yet just 10 minutes, riverside walk into Hebden Bridge.
Secluded spot with romantic balcony and private timber deck, fantastic views with convenient parking. Well equipped, fitted kitchen, contemporary furnishings, decent sized dining area, luxury shower-room, spacious bedroom, snuggly sofa, flat screen TV/DVD, free WiFi.
Self catering or B and B options. Weekly, weekend or single nights available.
APPLE COTTAGE: 19TH CENTURY CHARM
Our enchanting two-bedroom cottage, dating back to the mid-1800s, is in the heart of the traditional Pennine village of Luddenden. This beautifully restored cottage is situated amidst Yorkshire's awe-inspiring landscapes that have inspired writers, poets, and artists for centuries. Under 4 miles from Hebden Bridge and a 20-minute journey from Haworth, it offers a mix of adventure and serenity.
Enjoy the perfect blend of tradition and modernity at Apple Cottage. Cosy up in front of the traditional fire or dine alfresco. Apple Cottage boasts quality accommodation alongside traditional features. Dogs welcome. Private parking
ELMET FARMHOUSE LUXURY HEBDEN BRIDGE HOLIDAY COTTAGE SLEEPS 6
Gorgeous self-catering holiday cottage perched above Hebden Bridge with spectacular views and inspiring interiors. Sleeps 6 very comfortably. Overlooking Hardcastle Crags, this big toasty 18th century Yorkshire farmhouse has bags of character with stone mullion windows, wood-burning stove and newly-restored historic barn.
Airy and spacious with large lounge, roomy farmhouse kitchen, three bedrooms and two bathrooms, Elmet is beautifully decorated with mid-century furniture and Hannah Nunn lamps. Idyllic cottage garden and hay meadows, perfect for families, walkers and groups of friends.
THE SMITHERY BED & BREAKFAST
The Smithery Bed & Breakfast is situated in the heart of Hebden Bridge.
It's a characterful grade II listed building, with wood burning stoves, overlooking the picturesque Rochdale Canal and Calder Holmes Park. Watch the boats go by!
Hebden Bridge is the perfect base to explore The Pennines, Brontë Country, and the famous villages of Haworth and Heptonstall.
Call Andrew on 07957 256154
ROUGH TOP HOLIDAY COTTAGE
High on the moors above Hebden Bridge and Todmorden, Rough Top Cottage has views that will enchant you. The cottage has an open log fire in the relaxing lounge, farmhouse kitchen, three bedrooms and 2 shower rooms.
Full central heating and utility machines. Own fenced garden and separate patio and off road parking. Price includes beautiful bedding, towels and logs. Close to Bridestone's Rocks with great climbing, walks and cycling. Dog Friendly. New dog exercise paddock
See website 01706 812291/ 07973 676560
HEBDEN BRIDGE HOSTEL
The Hebden Bridge Hostel is set in stunning woodland and gardens, close to the Pennine Way and the town centre. With excellent transport links, the Hostel offers contemporary comfortable and affordable accommodation across 14 ensuite rooms and self-catering vegetarian kitchen facilities.
Newly refurbished, the not-for-profit hostel is run by West Yorkshire-based arts charity IOU and aims to provide accessible accommodation for visitors to stay, create and explore.
HAPPY VALLEY CAMPING
West Yorkshire wild camping on the outskirts of Hebden Bridge! At this small site on the outskirts of Hebden Bridge (five minutes' drive or a 20-minute walk), you can let the kids run around free on the grassy field as you relax and take in the spectacular landscape of the Calder Valley.
There's a portable toilet on site, but not much else in the way of amenities: there is no running water, for example (nor any drinkable water), so be prepared and come fully stocked up. What you will find, though, is a warm welcome and plenty of peace and quiet to recharge your batteries.
STAG COTTAGE HEPTONSTALL - HOLIDAY LET
Stag Cottage (built c.1580) is a tiny, beautiful and historic Grade II Listed building, hidden away in the ancient Pennine village of Heptonstall. Stag cottage oozes charm and retains many original features, including stone mullioned windows, arched lintels, wooden beams and a king post truss with wattle and daub infill.
The cottage is decorated and furnished to a high standard. An ideal romantic get away.
AWARD-WINNING 5-STAR LUXURY SELF CATERING FOR 6
Fabulous views, contemporary furnishings, abundant wildlife - this multi-award-winning self-catering barn conversion has it all.
Sleeps 6 with 3 sumptuous bedrooms and 2 luxurious bathrooms. With solid oak floors, granite worksurfaces, bespoke lighting and a modern 4-poster bed, this superb holiday home provides underfloor heating from a ground source heat pump, with a wood-burning stove for cosy evenings. Dine alfresco on the huge patio and take in the outstanding views over the valley!
WEATHER HILL COTTAGE, CRAGG VALE
Cosy, one-bedroom, Grade II listed cottage, high on the Yorkshire Pennines, surrounded by breathtaking views.
Private, peaceful location, ideally positioned for those taking a relaxing break or to enjoy walks and cycling, just 15 minutes drive from the quirky town of Hebden Bridge. Attached to main farmhouse, but has its own private garden and space to park your car.
We're a small-holding, with sheep, horses, goats and hens, so expect fresh eggs to start your day!
SELF CATERING ACCOMMODATION - THE COTTAGE, TODMORDEN
The Cottage is part of a traditional stone farmhouse, dating back to 1692, a listed building with some architectural and historic interest, lying in the Pennine hills between Todmorden and Hebden Bridge.
Many walks can be made from the cottage; the Pennine and Calderdale Ways traverse the hills behind the property and the Rochdale/Leeds canal, with maintained tow-paths, runs through the valley beneath. Hebden Bridge, Todmorden, Hawarth and the Bronte country, the Piece Hall and the Eureka museum are all within a radius of 10 miles.
CALDERDALE TERRACES - 2 minute walk to the town centre
Just a 2-minute walk to Hebden Bridge's St George's square, located on a quiet cobbled street. Choose from a 3 or 4 bedroom home for your stay.
These exceptionally well-appointed homes each have a bathroom, an en-suite shower room. and toilet and hand basin on the ground floor.
Backing on to the lane way in which "Catherine's Conservatory" is located as seen in the award-winning Happy Valley drama series.
Please view our 360 degree video tour available on our website
BEECH HOUSE OVERLOOKING HEBDEN BRIDGE
Beech House offers self catering accommodation in a quiet location, yet only a five minute walk from the station and ten from the town centre.
We have ensuite bedrooms, a fully fitted kitchen, lounge with jukebox, patio, gardens and ample off road parking.
Breakfast essentials are provided. Please see our website or find us on Airbnb..
'THE ATTIC' SINGLE EN-SUITE B&B
Catering for the independent traveller, 'The Attic' is a new, purpose-built single en-suite guest-room situated in a traditional over-dwelling in central Hebden Bridge. It has dramatic views over Hebden Bridge and the Calder Valley. We serve a home-cooked breakfast to cater for all dietary requirements. There is a spacious step-in shower, free wifi and street parking. Bed and breakfast is offered at £50/night.
Bookings through airbnb incur an additional 10% charge. Please contact Jonathan for booking enquiries.
Tel: 01422 845688 Mob: 07887 818880
STAR BARN - A UNIQUE PLACE IN HISTORIC HEPTONSTALL
In the heart of historic Heptonstall village, detached two bedroomed Star Barn balances rustic style with contemporary design and next-level comfort.
The sunny living area is the heart of the home with plenty of character courtesy of vaulted ceilings, oak beams, and a stunning glass panelled wall.
Outside you have your own enclosed garden with a fire pit and covered seating area. There is ample parking and an abundance of walks right from your door.
CHARACTER COTTAGE TO LET
Character Cottage in riverside location, unexpectedly available for short-term (6 months) let. Furnished. 2 to 3 bedrooms. Conservatory.
Lovely private garden. Log burner/ multifuel stove. 2 to 3 bedrooms.
Only 3 minutes walk from Hebden centre. £950pcm excluding gas/ elec/ council tax. Deposit required.
Contact: Judi 07939 127453
GIBRALTAR FARM COTTAGE
A lovely one bedroomed detached stone mistel converted to a high standard and enjoying uninterrupted views across the Crimsworth Valley.
Sleeps 2/4 ideally suited to couple or a young family.
Bring your family dog and enjoy a relax in the private hot tub after a day of exploring the local town of Hebden Bridge and surrounding areas.
THE BUNK HOUSE, STIPERDEN HOUSE FARM
Situated high in the south Pennines on our small holding between Hebden Bridge and Todmorden the Bunkhouse sleeps up to 4 people.
The self contained space includes: Freesat TV, log burning stove, DVD player, shower, separate toilet, kitchen, washing machine and dryer.
Mountain bikes can be secured in our barn. Outside area with firepit/bbq. Dogs welcome.
THORNCLIFFE Bed and Breakfast
HIGHER CLOUGHFOOT BARN
This Grade 2 listed barn conversion is situated in the heart of Cragg Vale in an area of outstanding natural beauty with stunning scenery within easy
access to both the Pennine and Calderdale Way.
Ideal for walkers and cyclists, we have ample off street parking, secure lock-up garage and bike-wash facilities if required.
Cragg Vale, Mytholmroyd, Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire HX7 5RU. Tel 01422 882577
Self catering for groups in the hills above Hebden Bridge, just below Stoodley Pike.
Height Gate has been brought back to life through the efforts of local members of the The Woodcraft Folk, the voluntary children’s and youth organisation, helped by funding from the National Lottery Charities Board and other sponsors. The centre is very suitable for parties of up to thirty children and young people.
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