Welcome to Heptonstall
Maps of the locality will be added soon..in the meantime, see Ordnance Survey Leisure Map 21 – South Pennines [1: 25000]
Accommodation in Heptonstall
Sweet Briar Cottage on the main road in Heptonstall has one double and one single room.
Two twin rooms and a double room are available at the Cross Inn.
The recently-converted barn at Whitehall fold sleeps two adults and two children, plus an additional sofa-bed.
Just up the road in Blackshaw Head is the Pack Horse Stables, which includes a hot tub. It has one king-size bed and a single sofa bed.
A little bit further is Rough Top Cottage on Kebs Road, which is available for self catered holiday lets and sleeps 5.
The Airbnb Website lists a good variety of accommodation within Heptonstall and the surrounding area.
Places to visit and things to do in Heptonstall
Heptonstall Quarry – Rock climbing
Slack Alpine Nursery (1 mile)
Lands Farm Gardens, members of National Gardens Scheme (2 miles)
Hebden Bridge Walkers Action 906 bus walks web page
Parking in Heptonstall
Heptonstall is a small village with steep and very narrow lanes. As a result, through traffic is prohibited. visitors are asked to observe the 20mph speed limit and note that there is no on street parking within the centre of the village.
Parking for visitors is available at the Social and Bowling Club.
Food and Drink in Heptonstall village.
Cross Inn – Bar food menu available at lunchtime and evening. Tel: 01422 843284
White Lion – Sandwiches available during opening times. Tel: 01422 842027
Towngate Tearoom and Deli – provide snacks & light meals throughout the day. Converts to a bistro on Friday and Saturday evenings. Tel: 07989 321931
Post Office – Sandwiches, cakes, drinks etc. (Closed for lunch 1-2pm).
Hebden Bridge has a full range of cafés, restaurants, tearooms, fish and chip cafés and takeaways to suit most palates.
Events in Heptonstall
National Trust – Hardcastle Crags – (2 miles)
A beautiful wooded valley with more than 160 hectares (400 acres) of unspoilt South Pennines woodland has the 19th-century Gibson Mill at its heart. As well as being the home of the northern hairy wood ant, there are tumbling streams, glorious waterfalls and stacks of millstone grit, all crisscrossed by more than 15 miles (24km) of footpaths. At its heart is Gibson Mill, a family-oriented visitor centre, telling the history of the valley over the past 200 years, with interactive displays, dressing up, dancing and exhibitions. Having no link to the national grid, the mill is unique in the UK and is the Trust’s flagship sustainable building.
Pennine Way and Pennine Bridleway
Both offer excellent opportunities for mountain biking, walking, and horse riding in beautiful moorland scenery in the locality.
Hebden Bridge Tourist Information can be found at
Hebden Bridge HX7 8AF
Tel 01422 843831
Why not download the Calderdale Visitor Guide