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About Hebden Bridge
Hebden Bridge is a busy modern tourist centre. Along the valley bottom runs a tight main road, and the town's streets spread onto the hillsides, with a tendency to congestion in their popularity.Until the early 19th century the community was based at Heptonstall, high on the hillside, where there were farmers and handloom weavers. The centre of activity came down into the valley during the Industrial Revolution. The river was harnessed to power the cotton mills of the Calder and its tributaries. The mill workers lived in the double-decked terrace houses on the hills above the town. Here, as throughout the Pennines, a massive industrial base developed, supplying cotton and woollen products across the world. Hebden's speciality was the fustian trade, thick cotton cloth used to make corduroy.
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Property type: B & B Accreditations: ETB 3 Diamond
Elevated Victorian House 2 minutes from town centre. Very private accommodation with own entrance, 24 hour access. Parking outside the house, convenient public transport. Rail Station transfers. Extensive breakfast menu. Walkers welcome all facilities. Tray breakfasts for early departures.
Location and supplementary information[view map] Three-quarters of a mile West of town centre. Just of A646, opposite Stubbing Wharfe Public House. One washing machine load free when booking through Sherpa.
Property type: B & B Accreditations: Not Classified
Thorncliffe is a lovely spacious Victorian house with wonderful views overlooking the town. We are located in the quiet Birchcliffe area of Hebden Bridge, just a few minutes walk from the centre of town. We offer vegetarian, continental style breakfast in the room. We're perfectly placed for everything Hebden Bridge has to offer and for exploring the West Yorkshire countryside around, with the Pennine Way traversing the town and the lovely Hardcastle Crags (National Trust woodland) located just over a mile from the house.
Distance from path: 1.5 miles
OS reference: 995274 (OL21)
1 single ensuite room
1 double ensuite room
Last updated: 6/16/2011
Hebden Bridge Camping
New Delight Inn, Hebden Bridge West Yorkshire HX7 7HT Tel: 01422 844417
Property type: Campsite Accreditations: Not Classified
The Hebden Bridge Camping Company is open for business and working with the New Delight Inn to provide a campsite suited to all happy campers.
Our cosy campsite is in Blackshaw Head set on the tops above Hebden Bridge next to the Pennine Way.
Camping equipment hire – anything from tents, camping mats, sleeping bags to tent pegs and stoves; just ask.
A beautiful scenic bed & breakfast hidden away in a tranquil & secluded location yet close to the town centre. There is a self contained double ensuite available which can easily be converted to a family room. Maureen the owner of Myrtle Grove B&B cooks vegetarian, cater's for vegans and any other dietary requirement on request.
Pick Up service.
Distance from path: 2 Kilometer
OS reference: 994278