Cheap Hotels in Hebden Bridge
Make yourself at home in one of the 5 guestrooms. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Private bathrooms with showers feature complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include phones and coffee/tea makers, and you can also request rollaway/extra beds (surcharge).
Make yourself at home in one of the 8 individually decorated guestrooms, featuring DVD players and LCD televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and digital programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with shower/tub combinations feature designer toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include phones and coffee/tea makers, and housekeeping is provided daily.
Free self parking is available onsite.
Guests will find features like wireless Internet access.
Hotels in Hebden Bridge
In the Upper Calder Valley lies the little market town of Hebden Bridge. Beloved of artists and writers, Hebden Bridge has a distinct charm and allure. Book a Hebden Bridge hotel with us and discover this bohemian West Yorkshire delight.
The gorgeous West Yorkshire countryside is ripe for exploration and happily there are lots of trails that will help you accomplish this. The Hebden Bridge Round is a circular walk that takes you through woods as you follow the course of the Hebden Beck before arriving at Hardcastle Crags. This Pennine valley consists of 160 acres of unspoiled woodland where you'll discover a warren of footpaths that take you across streams and past waterfalls. At the centre of Hardcastle Crags is Gibson Mill, a historic relic of the Industrial Revolution built in 1800. The mill was powered by a water wheel and produced cotton until the late 19th century.
The village that time forgot
Visiting nearby Heptonstall is like stepping into a village lost in the misty annals of time. With its steep cobbled streets, water pump and wooden stocks, Heptonstall is the complete antithesis of the modern town centre. You'll even discover a churchyard that has two churches, and there are couple of very nice pubs too.
The Picture House is the perfect antidote to the typical multiplex cinema experience. Here you can enjoy a mug of hot chocolate, or a glass of wine, and a homemade cake while you relax in one of only 492 spacious seats to watch a movie. This independent cinema shows the latest blockbusters and you can also expect a good range of arthouse and foreign language films too.
Built in 1923, The Trades Club is a music venue that was revived in 1982 by several trade unions. A host of left-field acts have played here, including folk legends Fairport Convention, archdruid Julian Cope and electronic alternative rap, post-punks, Sleaford Mods.
Eating and drinking in Hebden Bridge
A charming little bistro, Aux Délices is one of Hebden Bridge's very best eateries, and one that serves sea bass with dauphinoise potatoes followed by toffee apple crumble. They also have a vegetarian menu. For a classic pub with an excellent reputation, Stubbing Wharf promises a "good hearty meal and a tipple of your favourite brew" and, by all accounts, it delivers. Traditional Turkish food and a friendly, relaxed atmosphere is what the Olive Branch offers. Apparently the home-cooked baklava is a treat.
Shopping in and around Hebden Bridge
In keeping with the town's free-spirited air, Hebden Bridge's shops are mostly independently owned. You'll find several book stores, and shops selling locally made crafts, jewellery and shoes. As well as a handful of galleries there is the Antique Centre which carries a huge range of collectibles and trinkets. And if you've ever yearned for a sarsaparilla cordial, then Something Sweet will likely have it along with a huge range of other traditional sweets and classic soft drinks.
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