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HeptonstallCarefully and creativity converted from a lovely old barn on our property, you will feel right at home in this bright and welcoming place. It ha...Carefully and creativity converted from a lovely old barn on our property, you will feel right at home in this bright and welcoming place. It has it's own garden with views over the village rooftops to the hills beyond. There is also additional space for you to uses in the attached oak garden room. Its a peaceful and private spot in the centre of this small interesting village, but with numerous footpaths right on the doorstep. We are pet friendly too, so you can enjoy some fabulous dog walks in the surrounding woods and moorland. All on one floor, there is a huge bright living room with stylish galley kitchen & dining area. A bathroom with a bath and shower is adjacent to the two bedrooms. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
EllandPinfold Guest House is located in Elland. Formerly an early Victorian coaching Inn, built in 1841, and known as the Bull. The accommodation comp...Pinfold Guest House is located in Elland. Formerly an early Victorian coaching Inn, built in 1841, and known as the Bull. The accommodation comprises 5 double/twin rooms and 3 single rooms all of which are en suite. Breakfast is served in the bright and cheerful breakfast room, freshly cooked using locally sourced ingredients.
HeptonstallLocated in the village of Heptonstall, the cottage sleeps 2 adults and 2 children (plus an additional sofa bed for 2 adults for short stay) and has...Located in the village of Heptonstall, the cottage sleeps 2 adults and 2 children (plus an additional sofa bed for 2 adults for short stay) and has full gas central heating from a combi boiler and a multi-fuel burning stove (logs and kindling provided). It is a brand new conversion completed to the highest standards with a fully fitted kitchen and bathroom. Bicycle storage is available in an adjoining outhouse and there is free parking on site - a rarity in the centre of the village. For the non-drivers, a regular bus service runs between Heptonstall and Hebden Bridge train station. The barn has been sensitively converted in keeping with the Grade II listed status using original Yorkshire stone and has a lovely log burning stove and stone hearth. The owners will be on-hand in the adjoining house. Heptonstall is a beautiful hill top village situated in the heart of Calderdale, West Yorkshire, some 500 feet above the popular and bustling town of Hebden Bridge. The village has 2 pubs, a cafe, a village post office, a small museum and a social and bowling club. The surrounding countryside is breathtaking; ideal for walking and cycling, including the nearby National Trust owned Hardcastle Crags. There are literary links to both the Bronte family in nearby Haworth and to the late poet laureate, Ted Hughes and his wife Sylvia Plath, who is buried in the village church yard - as featured in the hit TV series Happy Valley. The unique and popular town of Hebden Bridge is just a short walk down the hill, offering dozens of independent shops, galleries, restaurants and cafes.
HeptonstallStag Cottage (built c.1580) is a tiny, beautiful and historic Grade II Listed building hidden away in the ancient Pennine village of Heptonstall, j...Stag Cottage (built c.1580) is a tiny, beautiful and historic Grade II Listed building hidden away in the ancient Pennine village of Heptonstall, just a stone's throw from the Post Office and the two village pubs. The Cottage is reputed to be the oldest in the village, dating from the 16th Century. The cottage sleeps 3 adults (1 kingsize, 1 single) and there is also a fold up cot for infants. Gas central heating. Fully fitted kitchen with gas stove. Free parking within 50 yards of the cottage. A regular bus service runs between Heptonstall and Hebden Bridge. The old village dungeon or "lock up" situated on the lower ground floor, may be used for the storage of bicycles.
EllandEnjoy a wide range of films and organ concerts in an updated but unspoilt 1912 picture house, one of the oldest purpose built cinemas in the count...Enjoy a wide range of films and organ concerts in an updated but unspoilt 1912 picture house, one of the oldest purpose built cinemas in the country. We still have a mid-movie interval for ice cream and treats and you can buy tea, coffee and hot chocolate to enjoy as you watch the film. Ticket Prices: Adults £5.50 Children (14 and under) & senior citizens £4.50 Everyone all day Monday & Thursday morning £4.50 Organ concerts on our Rodgers 333 Olympic theatre organ are held on the third Sunday of every month with a different visiting organist each time - price £5.50 for everyone. Cinema for hire is available for parties (children's or adults'), conference, etc at very competitive rates - Apply to Manager.
Starting 31st May 2021
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Pennine Spring Music Festival 2021 is held on the following dates:
31st May - 4th June 2021Fro 28th May 2021 Set in the beautiful Yorkshire countryside that inspired the Bronte sisters and Ted Hughes, the Pennine Spring Music Festival ...Fro 28th May 2021 Set in the beautiful Yorkshire countryside that inspired the Bronte sisters and Ted Hughes, the Pennine Spring Music Festival brings together instrumentalists and singers from all over Britain for a week of convivial music-making and performing. For the first time in 2021, we are also hosting the Pennine Fringe’- two events that will take place in the village pubs. The gypsy in my soul’ in the White Lion Pub A fun mixture of light opera, klezmer and more ‘Nostalgia’ at the Cross Inn Pub A performance of the best loved romantic songs . These events are hosted by David Owen Lewis and friends and admission to both events will be free with a retiring collection. Please see the Festival's website for full details of the 2021 programme.