Wood End View - Traditional Top and Bottom House Unique to Hebden Bridge

For up to 6 People


About the Accommodation

A fantastic opportunity to stay in one of Hebden Bridge's famous top-and-bottom houses!

Constructed in 1850, at the height of the town's industrial boom, these quirky houses are unique to the area, and is just a 5 min walk from Hebden Bridge's vibrant town centre perfect for visiting the bars, restaurants, outdoor market, galleries and independent boutiques

Built into the cliff, and with stunning views of Hebden Bridge and surrounding areas, this recently newly decorated and furnished house offers 2 large double bedrooms, a twin room, cosy living room which looks over the woodland with a large picture window, a fully equipped kitchen with wood burner and dining area and a small outside patio.

Perfect for travelling as a family, a couple or even as part of a small group - this house provides sleeping for up to 6 people and is the ideal place for relaxation and rejuvenation.

The properties best feature no doubt are the stunning views of Hebden Bridge and the Calderdale valleys, which can be enjoyed through the huge picture windows in the living room and main bedroom, or by even watching the sunset over the valley with a glass of wine sat on the patio

Perfectly situated for country walks, you can join a trail at both ends of the road, taking you through woodland to the historic Hardcastle Craggs and if you feel up to it, you can follow a circular trail encompassing many National Trust areas, bringing you right back to the other end of the road.

After an exciting day of adventuring, there's nothing quite as comforting as coming back home to a cosy retreat. Settle down in your comfortable living area, which includes two comfy Chesterfield style sofas and Smart TV, cook delicious meals in your well-equipped kitchen,  or get yourself ready to sample the vibrant nightlife with a vast range of bars and restaurants less than 5 minutes walk away!

Your stay will surely be memorable, offering the ideal blend of convenience, comfort, and immersion into Hebden Bridge's vibrant culture. Book your stay now to experience its unique charm!

Address: Wood End Road Hebden Bridge, United Kingdom

Size: 3 Bedrooms, 1 Bathroom

Beds: 2 Single beds, 2 Double beds, 2 Couches

Prices: 150 GBP - 200 GBP / Night

More pricing information:

This price is calculated on season and events and is based on 2 sharing, any additional guests will be charged at £25 per person per night

Amenities

  • Towels and bed sheets
  • TV
  • Kitchen
  • Wireless internet
  • Washing machine
  • Indoor Fireplace
  • Hangers
  • Pets allowed
  • Cookware
  • Kettle
  • Dining Table
  • Smart TV
  • Toilet paper and soap
  • Heating
  • Internet
  • Hair dryer
  • Free Parking on premises
  • Shampoo
  • Iron
  • Smoking not allowed
  • Freezer
  • Microwave
  • Dishwasher
  • Streaming

Notes

We are a minimum 2 night stay property

We allow one pet for an additional charge of £20 for your stay

A cleaning charge of £50 per stay is required

No smoking or vaping is allowed inside the property.

Neighbourhood

Hebden Bridge, is a vibrant market town located in the Calder Valley and is known for its picturesque beauty, rich historical background, community spirit, alternative lifestyle, art and crafts community and fantastic independent breweries, bars, cafes and restaurants including the famous The Trades Club.

Nestled among rolling hills, lush valleys and the flowing River Calder, it offers breath taking views, outdoor activates for the whole family and numerous events and festivals throughout the year.

Also only 20 mins by car or 10 minutes on the train, you will be perfectly located to attend the famous Piece Hall in Halifax which holds larger events and festivals.

Why not visit the famous Hardcastle Crags and visit the Gibson Mill which sits at the heart of this spectacular wooded valley, or take a walk along the Canal and view the historical mills, houses and locks which are monuments to the town’s Textile and Industrial Heritage.

If you are looking for retail therapy, Hebden Bridge's Open Market is open 4 days a week showcasing local fresh meat, cheese, vegetables and deli items, as well as local crafts, artists and every Friday there is a specialist vintage market!

Hebden Bridge is a town that offers a unique experience to visitors. Its natural beauty, artistic flair and community spirit combine to create a truly memorable and enjoyable experience. Hebden Bridge, whether you are strolling through its charming streets, exploring the captivating countryside or immersing yourself into its vibrant arts scene, is a place that captures the heart and inspires the soul.

Transport

Hebden Bridge can be easily explored on foot, with the main part of the town only a 5 minute walk away.

Hiking and walking trails can be found here National Trail Trains run very regularly to Manchester (30 mins away), Halifax (10 mins away) and Leeds (45 mins away) Trainline

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