The Hare And Hounds Country Inn

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

old town Wadsworth
Hebden Bridge

The Hare And Hounds Country Inn, Hebden Bridge

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Built 900 feet above sea level on the edge of the Calderdale Way with panoramic views from every window we are in the ideal location for your stay within the Pennines. We are 25 minutes walk from the centre of Hebden Bridge 20 minutes drive from Howarth the home of the Bronte sisters and 35 minutes drive from Skipton with its famous Elizabethan castle. We also have excellent links by rail to Leeds Manchester and York the local bus service will pick you up and drop you off on our doorstep.

It is an easy stroll into the centre of Hebden Bridge where you will be able to browse the large selection of independent retailers our beautiful little town is famous for. If you don't want to venture into the great out doors we can offer stunning views open fires Timothy Taylor Ales and great value home made meals all without venturing off the premises. Our village shop and post office is just a few minutes walk away supplying all your essentials and daily newspapers.

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