4 The Old Pattern Works, luxury cottage
from £49 /night help Price for guests, Nights
from £49 /night help Price for guests, Nights
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Cottage / 1 bedrooms / sleeps 2
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Cottage / 1 bedrooms / sleeps 2
The Old Pattern Works offers individually designed, self sufficient cottages that provide a luxurious stay, within a short stroll of the town centre. The 200-year-old millstone grit building has been thoughtfully converted giving each cottage an open plan upstairs living space with views over Hebden Bridge. The cottages retain features from the building's industrial past including original beams and vaulted ceilings giving them unique character.
Cottage number 4 provides two floor split level cottage with upstairs open plan living space. Decorated in a contemporary style. Comfortable lounge area and dining table with seating for four offers a versatile, sociable living space. A modern fitted kitchen provides everything you'll need. Downstairs, a comfortable double bedroom complete with luxury linen. A modern bathroom with complementary toiletries and a plentiful supply of quality towels.
There is a small 2nd bedroom with clothes rail, this could sleep an infant in a travel cot which can be provided upon request (along with toys and high chair). It could alternatively be used for secure indoor bike storage, which can be arranged with owner upon request.
The Old Pattern Works is centrally located in a peaceful position, just a 10 minute stroll into Hebden Bridge town centre and a short 5 minute walk to the train station. Its proximity to both would make for an ideal car free break.Trains run regularly to Leeds, York, Manchester and beyond and regular buses run through the valley connecting you to Halifax, Todmorden and Burnley with ease. If you're arriving by car, The Old Pattern Works is only a short distance from the A646 which runs through Hebden Bridge, and each holiday cottage has private off-street parking in an enclosed courtyard.
Change over days are Mondays and Fridays.
Hebden Bridge is an iconic West Yorkshire mill town nestled in stunning Pennine landscape, surrounded by lush green hillsides and moorland. Famed for its historic stacked houses and ancient packhorse bridge, the town, considered "the coolest place to live in Britain" by The Times March 2013, is a cosmopolitan mix of arts, crafts, independent shops, organic cafes and restaurants.
|Size||Sleeps up to 2, 1 bedrooms|
|Check in time:||15:00|
|Check out time:||10:00|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: 37km from Leeds-Bradford airport, 65km from Manchester 37 km, Nearest railway: A short walk after turning right out of the train station 400 m|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|General||Central heating, TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Double beds (1)|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Access||Parking, Not suitable for wheelchair users|
The West Yorkshire region
Hebden Bridge is an iconic West Yorkshire mill town nestled in stunning Pennine landscape, surrounded by lush green hillsides and moorland. The beautiful rolling hills of the Pennines, steep sided valleys and dramatic moorland scenery can be easily explored on foot, bike or barge.
Within a short distance of Hebden Bridge there are lots of things to see:
Heptonstall: This idyllic historic village set on the hillside overlooking Hebden Bridge is ideal for an afternoon of exploration. Find cobbled streets, ancient church ruins and the resting place of poet Sylvia Plath.
Howarth: The birth place of the Bronte sisters, Howarth is just 7 miles away and offers another stunning example of a traditional West Yorkshire town, with a historic cobbled street of gift shops, tea shops and pubs. At the Worth Valley Railway, take a trip on a heritage steam train.
Todmorden: Just 3 miles away, keep your eyes peeled for randomly growing vegetables throughout the town planted by the 'Incredible Edible Todmorden'. The indoor market and weekly outdoor markets are a must for picking up some bargains and Grandma Pollard's fish and chips are some of the best around.
Bradford: If you're a fan of spicy food, a 25 minute train ride to Bradford rewards you with the best curries in the UK. A few places we'd recommend: Akbar's, Karachi, Mumtaz, but there are literally hundreds to choose from. For a cultural and educational afternoon visit the National Media Museum, presenting the evolution of visual media. The IMAX cinema shows the latest films on a gigantic scale.
Hebden Bridge is famed for its historic stacked houses and ancient packhorse bridge, the town, considered "the coolest place to live in Britain" by The Times March 2013, is a cosmopolitan mix of arts, crafts, independent shops, organic cafes and restaurants.
A huge variety of walks for all abilities, ranging from gentle woodland strolls to steep uphill rambles are on the doorstep. Hardcastle Craggs, The Pennine Way and Ancient Packhorse Trails lead you on an exploration of the local area.
From road cycling to off road trails, cyclists are spoilt for choice. If you're up for the challenge, try Cragg Vale for the longest continuous uphill incline in England and emulate the Tour de France cycling elite. The route ascends more than 270m over 8km.
For a more relaxing way to enjoy Hebden Bridge sights and surrounding area, choose a barge cruise on the The Rochdale Canal. Hebden Bridge Cruises offer a range of trips throughout the year.
Hebden Bridge is brimming with independent shops selling a vast array of crafts, arts and locally produced goods. On Market Street, The Yorkshire Soap Company with handcrafted artisan soaps, Element for hand made jewelery, and shoe shop Ruby Shoesday give an insight for why Hebden Bridge has been described as "the most individual, least cloned shopping in Britain".
Hebden Bridge is a vibrant hub of arts, music and food, with a huge variety of festivals and events throughout the year. To name just a few, Hebden Bridge Arts Festival, Hebden Bridge Blues Festival, The Handmade Parade... the list goes on.
The Hebden Bridge Little Theatre, showing productions throughout the year including plays by Alan Bennett, and classics such as The Railway Children is a great intimate venue to experience live theatre. For larger scale productions, The Hebden Bridge Picture House, opened in 1921 and one of the last civic owned cinemas in the UK, shows the best in mainstream, independent film and broadcasts live theatre and music. The nationally renowned Trades Club, a 200 capacity music venue shortlisted by the NME as "Britain's best small venue" is equipped with a fully sprung dance floor still used to this day. Previous performers include Patti Smith, The Fall, Buzzcocks, Martha Wainwright and The Orb.
For those looking for a gastronomic experience, Hebden Bridge and the surrounding area offer a wide range of restaurants, cafes and bars serving locally sourced produce.
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