An attractive Pennine market town, Hebden Bridge has built a reputation as a centre for artists and writers and offers a strong calendar of events including the Hebden Bridge Arts Festival. Once an industrial town producing textiles on the banks of the River Calder (it was known throughout the world as Trouser Town) workshops and houses were stacked up the steep valley sides. These are now shops, cafés, studios and galleries, and inns and B&Bs in Hebden Bridge reflect the town’s independent spirit.
18 hotels in or near to Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire
The White Lion is a renovated Grade II listed coaching inn, set on a riverside location in central Hebden Bridge. Traditional Coaching Inn Fine Country Pub Dining Cask Marque Accredited Ales Extensive Wine List Roaring Log Fires Boutique Hotel Rooms Weddings & Functions Riverside Courtyards Beauty Rooms Teas & Coffee Afternoon Tea Free WIFI Well Behaved Dogs & Children Welcome
Haworth Old Hall is a welcoming inn with atmospheric bar and restaurant which offers excellent value Bed & Breakfast accommodation.
The Fleece Countryside Inn was re-opened to great success in December 2012. As well as being a pub, restaurant and wedding venue, The Fleece boasts five fantastic bedrooms. Each of our rooms have modern en-suite bathrooms and are furnished to a high standard throughout.
Welcome to the Old Registry Guest House and Restaurant, located in the unique village of Haworth, home of the Bronte sisters. Haworth is the ideal base to discover the Yorkshire Moors and the Yorkshire Dales.
Brook House Bed and Breakfast is a luxury,boutique b and b in the heart of Bronte Country overlooking the moors so loved by Charlotte,Emily and Anne. Nestling in open countryside near Haworth and between Halifax and Bradford in the Pennines of West Yorkshire, Brook House B and B is a period Georgian property offering luxury accommodation with ensuite or private bathrooms. Breakfast uses local Yorkshire produce and we are just a stones throw away from many of Yorkshire's finest attractions.
Leeming Wells offers much more than just a beautiful guesthouse. We are located in Oxenhope, near Haworth the heart of Bronte country. Offering a stunning blend of peaceful cosiness and landscape, surrounded by breathtaking scenery. With delightful ensuite bedrooms and a relaxing small indoor swimming pool and sauna. The landscape, in particular, makes the area a fabulous destination. The famous Dog and Gun Inn next door is where all guests dine and enjoy a fabulous full english breakfast.
Moyles Signature B&B has recently been refurbished to a very high standard. The rooms are a unique fusion of contemporary design and the enduring qualities of the original Victorian structure. Situated in the centre of the old mill town of Hebden Bridge in the heart of The Pennines it stands opposite the cobbled marina and is just a few minutes walk from the railway station. The individual and creative shops are also close by making Hebden Bridge an exciting blend of town and country.
A contemporary hotel with a friendly atmosphere and quality cask ales and home cooked food. Just 30 minutes from Manchester or a stone's throw from the Yorkshire Moors and Todmorden's Market
Park Top House is a comfortable B&B just a short walk from the historic Haworth Main Street. Boasting beautiful views over Haworth.
The Crown (Hebden Bridge) combines modern design in a historic building in the centre of Hebden Bridge, with a relaxed, friendly atmosphere. We’ve created a small local hotel with a big personality. We have a comfortable bar with restaurant area..
Located in the heart of the beautiful bronte countryside, our charming 400 year old country inn offers traditional locally sourced English food, home-cooked to order in a charming 400 year old country inn. With authentic Oak beams and in winter for those colder nights’ traditional Log fires and in the summer sun, enjoy a relaxing drink or meal in one of our two beer gardens. And after all that relax and stay in our Accommodation and enjoy a good night’s sleep and our traditional full English.
Thorpe House had been a mill owner’s mansion and home until the early 1900s, it was the officers’ quarters for the Royal Engineers during the Second World War. It then lay empty for twelve years until Douglas and Jean Kneen bought it from Commander Selwyn Rawson OBE in 1957. It then became our family home offering gentile living for retired professionals.
A warm welcome to The Rock Hotel in Halifax, West Yorkshire. Incorporating all the attractions of a traditional 17th century wayside Inn, plus the professional sophistication of a hotel and conference venue.
The Old Post Office is a public house and guest house located on the edge of the Historic textile town of Halifax and was the original Post Office serving the town dating back to 1790. It comprises of a Free House serving a wide variety of Cask Conditioned Real Ales and a wide range of lagers. The Guest House has recently been fully redeveloped to modern standards and offers single, double, twin and disabled accomodation furnished to a high standard.
Hebden Bridge Canal Apartment is located in the friendly village of Hebden Bridge. We offer a comfortable double room for bed & breakfast accommodation.
All en-suite Rooms/Free Car Park/Free Wi-Fi/ 2 Min. Walk To Town Center/Free Full English Breakfast/Free Speciality Coffee.
A cosy, warm and spacious newly decorated ground floor flat, in a popular village midway between Leeds and Manchester. King sized room and real bed with hypnos mattress, crisp cotton linen, heater fire and smart TV. Walk in wet room shower. Diner kitchen newly fitted with all amentities, sofa bed and smart TV. Private entrance and parking if required.
Haworth Homes is a small cottage which sleeps 4 people and is ideal for a family of 4, couples, friends that want to have a relaxing getaway and also business men/women that would like easy access into Keighley Town Centre. The cottage comprises of a double/twin bed, full kitchen, washing and ironing facilities along with FREE WIFI. Follow in the foot steps of Emily and Charlotte Bronte and discover places that inspired their novels. Also go on an adventure on the steam trains!