Hebden Bridge Hostel, The Birchcliffe Centre, Hebden Bridge, W Yorks, HX7 8DG
Expect 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 includedThis accommodation is featured on our map of Yorkshire and Lancashire and here is its own website.
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33 : 6×4 (or 2), 1×3 (or 2), 1×6
Easter to Nov. Sole use all year. Arrive 5-8pm, leave by 10am.
Bunkroom £15pp. Dorm £20pp. Twin £55. Double £60. Double+1 £75. Private 4-bed room £75. Midweek single £35. Sole use available.
recommended but not essential (full payment on booking).
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..
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.
This accommodation is available to individuals, gives a Best Price Guarantee, is an 'Eco Hostel', has a pub within walking distance and is on the City, Backpacker and Boutique Hostels map, the Pennine Way and the ideal for retreats page.
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Hebden Bridge Hostel has LED lighting throughout and is less than 500m from the Pennine Way loop.
Eco Hostel on the Hebden Bridge Loop of the Pennine Way. Hebden Bridge Hostel has LED lighting throughout, the heating & hot water are provided by Ground Source Heat Pump and cleaning products, food (breakfasts) and drinks provided are 100% organic. Hebden Bridge Eco Hostel provides ideal accommodation on the Hebden Bridge Loop of the Pennine Way. Its less than 500m from the loop and is also close to the Calderdale Way . Hebden Bridge Hostel is ideal for climbing on the Hardcastle Crags, canoeing in the canal or river or enjoying some of the popular cycle routes.
Great country for walking and cycling. Great town for arts.
Hebden Bridge likes to think of itself as outside the mainstream. The Hebden Bridge Hostel is no exception. Have a look at the website and witness the hand drawn illustrations; the championing of localism; the multiple uses of the word ‘quirky’. They even have a page called ‘Hostel Quirks’ which is really the house rules – Vegetarian self-catering only, acoustic instruments but no drums please – there has to be a story behind that!
The hostel is bang in the middle of loads of great walking: the Hebden Bridge Loop on the Pennine Way, the Calderdale Way, the rugged scenery of Hardcastle Crags as well as cycling: National route 66; The West Yorkshire Cycle Route, Pennine Cycleway, Hebble Trail and Mary Towneley Loop all close by.
The town lives up to its reputation, it has charmingly renovated its Victorian industrial architecture and built a vibrant arts and music scene with a range of characterful venues.
Hebden Bridge Hostel provides ideal accommodation if you are walking this way.
Hebden Bridge Hostel is less than 500m from the Hebden Bridge Loop on the Pennine Way. It is also close to the Calderdale Way and is ideal for climbing on the Hardcastle Crags, cenoing in the canal or river or enjoying some of the popular cycle routes.