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Hebden Bridge Accommodation

Hebden Bridge has established itself as popular tourist destination with many local attractions and some of the most popular walking in Britain, according to the National Trust.

As a result there is a constant demand for accommodation in Hebden Bridge.

The exquisite setting, the luxurious decor and the unique character of Walshaw Lodge make it a unique and popular offering. Walshaw Lodge is officially categorised as a self catering property which means that guests have to book the whole property as a unit. For this reason we do have minimum requirements for bookings as detailed in our rate sheet.

We do receive a number of enquiries from people looking for just a small number of rooms. Unfortunately we are unable to rent rooms on an individual basis. However, there are plenty of other excellent options in and around Hebden Bridge for such accommodation. Here are some links.

Hebden Bridge Accommodation Options

The Packhorse Inn

The Packhorse Inn is one of the best and most loved family run pubs in the area. They now have a luxurious apartment to rent next door.

The first floor boasts a modern open plan lounge & kitchen, fully equipped with washing machine and microwave, TV and wall mounted flame effect fire with stunning moorland views. There is also a  twin bedded room with en suite bathroom. On the second floor, accommodation comprises a spacious master bedroom with king size 4 poster bed with enough room for an extra bed for a child. En suite bathroom with bath.

The apartment is situated amid 5 reservoirs, each in it’s own stunning environment whether it be a windy day with plumes of water crashing over the bankings, the dazzling blue waters in sunlight or the still calmness on frosty days – all sights to be beheld and a mecca for budding photographers.

With a traditional country inn ‘The Packhorse’ only yards away and harbouring a great reputation for good honest food at reasonable prices, you may wish to use the term ‘self catering accommodation’ loosely.

Moyles Hotel

Moyles Hotel is a boutique hotel with a fine attention to detail that offers that touch of luxury right in the town centre of Hebden Bridge. It also has a bar and restaurant where the ingredients are fresh and as many as possible are sourced locally. This hotel brings an air of sophisticated yet unpretentious elegance to the accommodation sector in Hebden Bridge.

The White Lion Hotel

The White Lion Hotel is a traditional coaching inn, with a warm and friendly atmosphere. On a riverside location in central Hebden Bridge and dating back to 1657, the inn is well known for excellent food, wines and a wide choice of real cask ales. With 10 spacious en suite bedrooms and famous for its cooked-to-order breakfasts, it is ideal accommodation for visitors wishing to explore the Calder Valley and Brontë country.

Kersal House

Kersal House bed and breakfast is centrally located with convenient access to all the local facilities of Hebden Bridge. They offer modern B&B accommodation, with all rooms having en suite bathrooms. The Hebden Bridge location is ideal for those exploring The Pennine Way, Bronte Country, or the historic villages nearby such as Heptonstall and Haworth.


Angledale is a traditional Pennine B&B Guest House catering for tourists, cyclists, walkers and railway enthusiasts alike, all of whom can expect a very warm welcome from their hosts Christine and Stephen.

They are situated in a charming conservation area only a 2 minute easy level walk, from Hebden Bridge centre with all its substantial amenities: pubs, restaurants and tourist attractions.

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