Hebden Bridge Hostel, The Birchcliffe Centre, Hebden Bridge, W Yorks, HX7 8DG
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OverviewExpect a warm welcome at Hebden Bridge Hostel, which provides accommodation in small dorms, private rooms and a 6-bed bunkroom, all en suite. Nestled into woodland only a short walk from the town centre, the hostel makes the perfect base for hiking, sight-seeing, relaxing or experiencing Hebden Bridge's vibrant café, music, arts & culture. Less than 500m from the Hebden Bridge Loop on the Pennine Way, the Calderdale Way, Hardcastle Crags, Route 66, Mary Townley and Le Tour 2014 cycle route. All-day access to the lobby. No evening curfew but please respect other guests. Bed linen provided in dorms and private rooms. Bring sleeping bag and pillow for the budget bunkroom. Free internet, WiFi. Self-catering, vegetarian-only kitchen. Light organic cereal breakfast plus all day tea/coffee included.
Beds & Rooms:33 : 6x4 (or 2), 1x3 (or 2), 1x6
Open:Easter to end of October. Sole use all year. Arrive 5-8pm, leave by 10am.
Price per night:Bunkroom £15pp. Dorm £20pp. Twin £55. Double £60. Double+1 £75. Private 4-bed room £75. Midweek single £35. Sole use available.
Booking:Recommended but not essential (full payment on booking).
Directions:Easily accessible from M62 motorway, head for Halifax or Todmorden then take the A646 to Hebden Bridge. Find train station and then from there turn left onto main Burnley Rd, then right (towards Keighley), right again (Birchcliffe Rd). Hostel is 400m up hill, behind Birchcliffe Centre. Alternatively Satnav for HX7 8DG will bring you to Chapel Avenue, below the hostel. Don't turn into Chapel Av (it's a difficult cul-de-sac), go 50m further up the hill and turn left into our car park..
Public Transport:15 minutes' walk from Hebden Bridge train station (frequent, quick service to Leeds and Manchester). Buses from the station stop outside the Birchcliffe Centre (Dodd Naze Circular). Coach stations in Bradford and Leeds.
Walks:Long Distance Walks
This accommodation is available to individuals, gives a Best Price Guarantee, is an 'Eco Hostel' and has a pub within walking distance. It is on the Re-opening for Summer 2020 page, the walking festivals page, the Land's End to John O' Groats Cycle Route, the Wedding Venue page, the ideal for retreats page, the City, Backpacker and Boutique Hostels map, the Pennine Way and the Visit Britain COVID-19 Risk Assessment Good to Go scheme.
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July 19th 2018
After walking my third day of the Pennine Way my destination was Hebden Bridge Eco-Hostel, and my friend decided to join me there. The hostel is located on the east end of town and up a hill, but this gave us the advantage of being able to pass by the artisanal shops, sidewalk cafes, and art galleries that lined the streets.Read More
We are ‘Good to Go’.
July 3rd 2020
We are opening on the 10th July. We’ve worked hard to get everything in place ready to welcome you to our beautiful hostel.
Hebden Bridge Hostel open from July 10th!
June 27th 2020
We’re reopening with excitement and covid-secure measures to keep us all safe…
We have private, en-suite rooms with hot drink stations for up to 6 people. Organic cereal breakfast included, served to your room or our lovely patio. Communal areas closed for now but we’re surrounded by spacious woodland and moors – you can definitely get your nature fix here without worrying about crowds. Hebden Bridge town is open and you can help support our little local businesses while enjoying a meal al fresco or browsing the craft shops. We’ll be strictly adhering to social distancing and enhanced cleaning – we want you and our crew to feel safe here. Come along and join us.
Find other accommodation re-opening here.
Take a walk around the railway used in the filming of the Railway Children
November 28th 2018
The Oakworth to Oxenhope Steam Trail, just five miles from Hebden Bridge Hostel, is a 3 mile walk with a train trip back
Oakworth to Oxenhope Steam Trail is a 2.5 mile linear walk between two stations on the Keighley and Worth Valley heritage railway in West Yorkshire. The journey in the opposite direction can be completed with a train ride (on a steam train if you plan ahead in the summer months) . The Ifootpath team have provided a walk route and Hebden Bridge hostel provides great location in private and shared rooms with self catering facilities and lots of interesting eaterys nearby.
Heritage railways are popular filming locations for both the large and small screen. This particular heritage line was the location for one of the most iconic railway films of all time, The Railway Children, released in 1970 and starring Jenny Agutter. At the time of filming, there were still very few heritage railways in Britain and this one was chosen as it included a tunnel, an important feature for several scenes. This walk will lead you on a journey discovering several locations from the film, including Haworth and Oakworth, and also includes a train ride through the famous tunnel for the return leg.