The Spring Wood Studios in the Hebden Bridge area offers guests two delightfully refurbished light-drenched apartments nestled in lush woodland to choose from. The downstairs apartment has a wooden deck outside for al fresco dining while the upstairs apartment has a charming Juliette balcony. Excellently appointed, both studios allow visitors to self-cater comfortably, but a bed and breakfast option is available. Luxuries include a steady supply of hot water, fresh cotton bedlinen, and sumptuous towels. The lush green outdoors extends your living area as far as the eye can see. A sense of peace and replenishment prevails as the rustle of the river travels up to the studios through the trees. Walkers and cyclists alike will find this accommodation a restful haven after their exertions. Spring Wood is absolutely ideal accommodation for a short or a long stay.
When you buy food from the Award-Winning Robertshaw’s Farm Shop, you can taste the goodness and freshness in every bite, and as regular customers already know; when you buy local, there’s a treat in store from a myriad of rainbow coloured fruits,
Nestled perfectly in Yorkshire’s Pennine Moors, sits the traditional British pub that is The Crossroads Inn. Their six well-appointed, en-suite bedrooms have all you will need for a very comfortable stay.