Little Nook Farm

Dike Lane, Wadsworth, Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire, HX7 8TS

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Ideal for ...

  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays
  • Scenic views
  • Working farm

Why stay here ...

Situated above Hebden Bridge on the edge of Old Town village, Little Nook Farm is a small, peaceful landscaped site, offering a relaxing environment with panoramic views over the open countryside of the South Pennines.

The site has 3 hard-standings and 2 plastic-reinforced-grass pitches, all with electric hook-up. Motorhomes up to 7m welcome. There is a washroom with one w/c, a sink and a shower.

Local facilities include the PO/general store incorporating news-agency and off-licence, the cricket club cafe for breakfasts; the Hare and Hounds PH is within walking distance for refreshment and food - B & B accommodation available.

Leisure amenities include the village green/ park, quintessential village cricket, crown green bowling at the Community Centre, and the Mount Skip 9-hole golf course which offers daily rates to non-members.

There is a myriad of easy and challenging footpaths and designated route-ways for keen hikers, recreational ramblers or for just walking the dog; while a range of surfaced cycle routes and undulating off-road paths and tracks provide an alternative adventure.

Local town, Hebden Bridge, offers regular markets plus cute independent shops and cafes; a cinema, Calder Holmes Park, the Rochdale Canal marina, and a visitor centre detailing places of historical and contemporary interest, events and special attractions occurring frequently throughout the seasons. Hebden Bridge has hosted in the past twelve months:

  • Folk Festival
  • Burlesque Festival
  • Food & Drink Festival
  • Marching Band contest
  • Piano Festival
  • Vintage Week-end
  • Hand-made Parade
  • Arts Festival
  • Open Gardens
  • together with nearby Mytholmroyd Gala, and Agricultural Shows in Todmorden & Halifax.

You can travel by road, rail and canal barge/ narrow-boat along the Calder Valley, or leave the car and travel the locality by community bus from the end of our lane.

Facilities on site ...

  • Battery charging
  • Dog walk from site
  • Information room
  • Recycling facilities
  • Shower (exclusive use)
  • TV reception: good
  • WC (exclusive use)
  • Working farm

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Latest arrival time: 12:00 AM

0.25 acres

Electric amperage: 16

Lawned site

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Postcode:
HX7 8TS
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GPS:
Lat 53.746625 / Lon -1.99717
OS field ref:
SE007278
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Transport links

  • Buses go to: Hebden Bridge, Halifax
  • Daily public transport within 1 mile
  • Nearest train station: Hebden Bridge
  • Train station within 5 miles

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Jiffy the Motorhome

Definitely follow the instructions! We had a lovely welcome when we arrived, receiving loads of local information. Views to die for. Gorgeous site, beautifully clean and tidy. Brand new shower facilities. There are numerous footpaths right out side the site, going down into Hebden Bridge or up onto the moors. OS map is a must, as the sign posts don't tell you where the paths lead to! Hebden Bridge is very quaint. Normal Markets days Thurs and Fri. Craft market on Saturdays and a Food market on Sundays. Takes about twenty minutes to walk down some very steep lanes, but that was great because the bus brought us back up and dropped us off out side the farm! if you are frightened of heights, don't sit on the drivers side, its a long way down! We walked back to the site one day, with a bag of cream cakes as an incentive and it took us half an hour. Beautiful walks both ways along the canal. There are three walks starting from the market square,info from the tourist board. We loved the riverside walk to Hardcastle Crags, you can drive up if you want as there is no height restriction at the car park, but the walk was lovely, and there were extra walks through the woods if you wanted to go further up to Gibson Mill. There are plenty of places to eat out and loads of picnic benches if you prefer a packed lunch. Hebden Bridge has a railway station and plenty of buses going further a field. So much to do, we will return.

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Warm Welcome on a Cold Weekend

We stayed at the site on the 29th of November for 2 nights as a first outing with our new Van. We received a very warm welcome on arrival along with a tour of the facilities, the shower room/loo looked spotless, however as it was so cold we wimped out of using it and stuck with our own facilities! The site commands spectacular views and is a very short walk from the Hare and Hounds pub, we didn't eat there but the beers and wines seemed well kept and they are very dog friendly. A 20 minute walk down hill takes you into Hebden Bridge itself which is lovely, there are some nice pubs (especially the "Micro" pub, Calans) and we ate at the White Lion and also at Aya Sophia Greek Restaurant, with food and service being good quality and value at both. If you don't fancy the walk back up the hill, it'll cost you £5 in a taxi or there is a regular bus service. There is nothing negative about this site at all, and we will return.
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Everything a certified should be...and some!

Situated above Hebden Bridge and close to a superb Timothy Tailors pub, this site is one of the best we have visited. Somehow our SAT NAV had managed to get us on a scenic route to Hebden Bridge which meant we ended up approaching from the wrong direction. Fortunately we met the owners coming the other way and they put us right. So big hint: get to Hebden Bridge via A road first and then use the directions. Tricky in a motorhome but an order of magnitude more difficult if towing. This is a lovely site and it is easy to walk into Hebden Bridge (though hilly). Several great circular walks of different standards available. There is a bus to Halifax if you wanted to visit Eureka or Shibden. We shall use this site again
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Our Third Stay

This was our third stay at Little Nook, and certainly not our last. This time we brought our two grand daughters, aged 13 and 8. We were slightly worried that they might not enjoy their week, how wrong could we have been, they loved it. The site is so peaceful and pretty with fabulous views across the valley. The facilities are exceptional and the owners an absolute delight. Things to do in the area? - too many to list. The local town, Hebden Bridge is so off the wall, it has brilliant local shops, plenty of eateries and pubs and a very welcoming feel. In keeping with other reviewers I don't want to say too much because it will make it harder to book in future.
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A Real Gem!

We stayed at Little Nook Farm for just one night in order to break our journey to Leeds. On arrival we were immediately greeted by the owner who gave us a very warm welcome. He took the time to show us where the recycling bins were, the drinking water supply and the ttoilet and shower room, all close to where pitched. The views from the site are spectacular and a five minute walk down the road takes you to the Hare and Hounds pub. The pub specialises in Timothy Taylor hand-pulled beer.If you sample all the different Timothy Taylor’s it will take you longer than 5 minutes to walk back!! The food is also excellent - good home cooked pub grub. We were able to buy fresh hens’ eggs from the farm and if your taste runs to duck eggs you can buy those too. There is also homemade jam for sale. There is excellent TV reception We thoroughly recommend this site,though being somewhat selfish we hope that there will always be place left for us.

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