Hebden Bridge is a lovely small town located in West Yorkshire. Often named amongst the quirkiest towns in the world, Hebden Bridge has the advantage of being crossed by several trails, thus attracting hikers, walkers and visitors interested in this historic and picturesque town. It's important to note that due to its size, Hebden Bridge has limited accommodation options and places book fast, sometimes months in advance.
Hebden Bridge is located 40 miles from Manchester airport and 29 miles from Leeds Bradford airport.
To make it easier for you to find the right Hebden Bridge hotels nestled in the lovely English countryside, we made a list of the best accommodation options. Our recommendations take into consideration the ratio of best reviews for the best prices so you never compromise and get the best quality for your money. We also take into account the location so you can explore Hebden Bridge and discover all the best things to do in town.
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A lovely cottage right in the heart of Hebden Bridge, cosy and quiet, this is a 4-star property. The holiday home is equipped with 3 bedrooms, a TV and a fully equipped kitchen that provides guests with a dishwasher. When you rent the Birkenhead Cottage, you rent the whole house and all its bedrooms, meaning you get to have privacy for yourself and your family. Bed linen is included and you are within minutes walk from the market street. This self-catering cottage is comfortable and quiet. From the front door, you can follow the cobbled footpath all the way to Heptonstall as well. Prices start from £399 for two nights and can accommodate up to 6 people.
Hebden Royd House
Hebden Royd House in the heart of Hebden Bridge features 2 bedroom, a kitchen with dishwasher and microwave, a flat screen tv, a seating area and 2 bathrooms. It's right in the town centre, giving you quick access to trails, restaurants and cafes.
The 2 bedroom house offers you privacy as you'll get to rent the entire property. The first bedroom features a double bed and the second bedroom features a single bed as well as a double bed. There's also a sofa bed in the living room, thus accommodating up to 7 people. Prices start from £365 for three nights.
The Luxury Duplex Hebden Bridge
There's something really exciting about staying in a luxury duplex while surrounded by the traditional English countryside. One step out of the house and you'll see stone cottages, terraced stone shops and traditional pubs. The luxury duplex is a 2 bedroom apartment and can accommodate up to 5 people. The apartment is decorated with modern furniture and fixtures throughout. From this property you can easily enjoy exploring Hebden Bridge all day long as it;'s just a few minutes from the market street and other central attractions. Prices from £420 per three nights.
White Lion is a traditional coaching inn with free parking and free wifi. Enjoy the friendly atmosphere at the restaurant and order a full English breakfast, and go out to explore the surrounding area full of picturesque cottages and rolling hills. White Lion features double rooms or suites, with a private bathroom and free cancellation. With exposed timber and masonry, find lots of comfortable snug corners to hide in or head over to the shared lounge, sit down and relax while listening to the roaring log fire.
Many visitors that take hikes in the Calder Valley or on the Pennine way, come to this country inn for relaxation and rest. Set on a riverside location in central Hebden Bridge, White Lion offers à la carte menu with an extensive choice of food. To save per night, make sure to book your stay in advance. The inn is just 10 minutes walk from the train station. Prices start from £108 per room, per night.
Hebden Townhouse - B&B
Bed and breakfast lovers rejoice as Hebden Townhouse might be just the accommodation you need. Located in the town centre this cute Hebden bridge bed and breakfast offers double, twin or king rooms with private bathroom. There free wifi but no parking included. However, paid for parking is available just a few minutes walk away from the accommodation. Hebden Townhouse is also just a short walk from the railway station .Prices per night start from £120 and breakfast is included.
The Cross Inn
The Cross Inn boasts scenic riverside cobbled courtyards and it's located just 22 minutes walk away from central Hebden Bridge. This country inn has a delightful garden, ideal for visitors who want to enjoy a pint of real cask ales during the British summer. Every room comes with a private bathroom, linen and towels. It's one of the few properties available in the heart of Heptonstall. Prices start from £100 per night.
2-Bed Cottage in Hebden Bridge
If you're looking for a holiday home with free parking then this is the property for you. The 2 bedroom cottage can accommodate up to 4 people and it features 2 family rooms, both with double beds. Guests can drive into the town centre or hike along the river for a nice walk in the countryside. Prices start from £242 per 2 nights accommodation.
Bronte Chapel Retreat With Hot Tub
Want to stay right in the heart of the Bronte country? Bronte Chapel Retreat is within easy access to the Hebden bridge centre and it's situated in Oxenhope in the West Yorkshire region
Bronte Chapel Retreat features a terrace and garden views. Guests benefit from free wifi and private parking available on site. The holiday home has 6 bedrooms, a flat-screen TV, an equipped kitchen, a washing machine and 3 bathrooms with a hot tub. The nearest airport is Leeds Bradford Airport, 12.4 miles away. The whole property can be booked for prices starting from £500 per night. It accommodates 12 people.
The Rushcart inn
Sometimes Hebden bridge hotels get fully booked and when that happens, visitors book accommodation in nearby villages and towns. A great option is to get a room in Sowerby bridge. Sowerby Bridge is a 16-minute drive from Hebden Bridge or a 10 minute train journey away. The Rushcart inn provides twin rooms or double rooms with ensuite. Additional fees for breakfast apply and prices start from £59 per room per night.
For best value, we always recommend booking your room as early in advance as possible. Make sure to check the facilities in your room and check the menu for the restaurants onsite. If you decide to trail the Pennine Way, there are plenty of great towns along the way and Hebden Bridge sure is one of the greatest for a night stop. Whether you stai in an inn or try and find a hotel or take a self catering cottage for your whole party, Hebden Bridge is an eclectic mix of shops, cafés, galleries and historic buildings.