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In April 2005 Hebden Bridge was declared the 4th funkiest place in the world by highlife (the British Airways flight magazine) and was described as "modern and stylish in an unconventional and stylish way".
The Times listed the 30 coolest places to live in Britain. Number one is Hebden Bridge.
Tuesday, 19 March 2013
Tuesday, June 7, 2005
Hebden Bridge, in the Yorkshire Pennines, scored the highest for best retaining its individual character." The Independent
Pack yer boots 'n' bikes and come on down!! Miles of footpaths and bridleways right on the doorstep of your holiday cottage! Short walks to two local pubs. Wash down facilities and secure lock up for bikes at the holiday cottages
After walking, cycling, horse riding, climbing, golfing or shopping (all within a walk or a 5 minute drive) let the powerful water jets in the hot tub at Red Rose holidy cottage massage and soothe your muscles ready for another day
The luxurious far infra red sauna in White Rose holiday cottage will warm your body gently and thoroughly, penetrating deeply to help relieve joint stiffness, aches and pains and promoting good circulation. The music and mood lighting also help you to thoroughly relax!
Hebden Bridge Golf Club is a short 5 minute drive away (you can see the course from the holiday cottages) and welcomes visitors. Darren will be happy to arrange a round for you!
A decidedly under-the-radar Yorkshire swimming hole, Lumb Falls near Hebden Bridge is a quiet and relaxing place to take a dip. Under the falls, bathers paddle in a small pool, overhung with scenic ivy garlands. The adventurous can attempt a jump from the top of the falls.
(Written by insider city guide series Hg2)
Close to the holiday cottages but a STEEP walk downhill to get there and no road access!
Capable of contemporary cool, with wine bars and traditional boozers mingling on the high street. From the Metro
Listed in Classic Car Weekly's 2014 Events Guide as one of Britain's Best Shows
High 'on the tops' yet only 5 minutes from the centre of Hebden Bridge, staying in Hebden Bridge Holiday Cottages you can experience the best of both worlds!
Hebden Bridge has it all...the 1920's Picture House shows different films every day whilst serving tea in proper mugs, the world famous Trades Club has live music and entertainment acts every night and the Little Theatre has new performances every couple of months. Please see the information page for links to 'What's On'.
If everything you want from a beach is sand, calm water and plenty of room to spread your towel, then this one has it all. Britain’s highest and perhaps most secret beach is 60 miles from the coast and only accessible via a 40-minute walk up a steep footpath above the village of Todmorden, West Yorkshire. Daily Mail 18 July 2013
(Todmorden is the next town about 15 mins drive)
Darren the builder has restored and fitted out our 17th century farm with 21st technology to help you to relax and get the most from your holiday.
Karen the designer has fitted out the cottages with beautiful and co-ordinating furnishings and equipment to make your stay as pleasureable and relaxing as possible
Built around 1640 during the reign of King Charles I we have preserved the original beams and features of this fabulous building.
Smart TV's, bluetooth sound bar with woofer, wi-fi and good mobile phone reception in both cottages keep you in touch with the outside world.
Underfloor heating and infra red sauna with mood lighting (White Rose) to warm you on cold winter days or relax you at the end of a long day.
Large original carved stone inglenook fireplace, complete with 'beehive' shaped bread oven and salt hole, with large multi fuel burner, hot tub with panoramic views and mood lighting (Red Rose). Have a hot soak and then cuddle up on the huge comfy sofa in front of the fire!
On the doorstep are miles of fabulous scenic footpaths and bridlepaths, great location for walking the Calderdale way and moors, fantastic for biking and horse riding too! Secure lock up available for your own cycles or they can be hired locally.
Horse riding can be arranged with our well behaved horses and ponies at Hebden Bridge Equestrian Centre, adjacent to the cottages. We also breed pure bred Spanich horses (Andalusians)
Access is easy up our private lane which is a no through road ensuring your privacy, peace and quiet
1.6 miles to Hebden Bridge centre!
Leave your car here and take the down hill walk into the fantastic little town of Hebden Bridge - taxis available to bring you back up! Buses also run every half hour from the end of the lane.
We provide you with easy to follow maps to visit the two local pubs with real ale and home cooked food (within twenty or thirty minutes walk).
The farm is south facing with an open aspect. Dont forget to bring your camera or mobile to record the beautiful, stunning sunrises and sunsets!
We live on site, we live in the converted barn at the southern end of the building. We enjoy having you to stay with us and we want you to have the best experience of Hebden Bridge and the beautiful countryside around it.
We are here to help you at anytime - please telephone us with any queries or if you are staying with us just knock on our door and come in for a chat! Anything at all that we can help with - just ask! (until 8pm unless it is an emergency)
Please enjoy looking around this website to see what we can offer you and what you can see and do locally.
All the best - Darren and Karen, owners and managers
of Hebden Bridge Holiday Cottages
Hot tub, infra-red sauna, smart TV's, panoramic views, close to town centre, next to moors, great for walking, cycling, golf, horse riding, sightseeing!
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The two holiday cottages are within Allswell farm, a fully restored 17th century farm which has diverted into an Equestrian Centre. Only 1.6 miles from the centre of Hebden Bridge yet at 1140 feet above sea level it feels like a different world.....
:"Hebden Bridge is a worthy winner of the Best Town award, with its vibrant, independent economy, welcoming streets and a stunning valley setting." November 2010 - Academy of urbanism