Places to stay

Wild and wonderful South Pennine moorland  © Karen Hall

Wild and wonderful South Pennine moorland

Explore the wider South Pennines from a base in one of our holiday cottages. You'll have easy access to the wild and wonderful landscapes that inspired the Bronte family and the poets Hughes and Plath. Hebden Bridge is close by, with its unique mix of independent businesses, and recently declared 'coolest place to live' by The Times.

 

 

Widdop Gate Barn

The comfortable lounge has a woodburning stove for cooler times of the year © National Trust/Mike Henton

The comfortable lounge has a woodburning stove for cooler times of the year

Standing at the edge of a hayfield, the barn has stunning views over the wooded valley of Hardcastle Crags. We've rebuilt the barn from a romantic ruin using the original stone. This stunning building, which dates from the 19th-century and is Grade II listed, reflects the open plan of the original barn.

The Lodge

The Lodge stands at the entrance to Hardcastle Crags © Joe Cornish

The Lodge stands at the entrance to Hardcastle Crags

The Victorian Lodge is at the pillared entrance to Hardcastle Crags. It is approximately two miles from Hebden Bridge and surrounded by enchanting Pennine countryside. The cottage is close to the Yorkshire Dales National Park and Pennine Way. Gardens surround it and there is a paved patio area to the rear.

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