Walshaw Lodge sits on the Pennine Moors, the brooding romantic landscape of Emily Brontë’s classic novel, Wuthering Heights. The beauty of the location is unparalleled and there is truly no better place to escape from stresses and strains of daily life.
Pennine Yorkshire encompasses some of the region’s most beautiful countryside. From the moorlands of Haworth and Todmorden and the culturally diverse cities of Huddersfield and Halifax to the bustling bohemian town of Hebden Bridge, Pennine Yorkshire’s distinctive and diverse landscape offers a beautiful and unique destination for short breaks or a romantic getaway.
Pennine Yorkshire is vibrant, contemporary, exciting, in ways which will surprise you. History and innovation march hand in hand. This is where you can find prehistoric rock art in the morning and Hockney in the afternoon. This is where the trumpet player in the silver band on Saturday turns out for the ska band on Sunday.
Bring Emily Brontë’s Wuthering Heights when you come, and bring Simon Armitage’s latest poems as well.
As well as being the perfect base from which to explore Brontë Country, Walshaw Lodge boasts some of the best walking in the country.
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Distance to local towns and cities
Halifax: 12 miles
Hebden Bridge: 5 miles
Huddersfield: 18 miles
Leeds: 28 miles
Manchester: 30 miles.