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 ...

The owners would like to say thank you to all members for your support during the past year. We look forward to seeing you again next year.

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. Caravans and motorhomes up to 7.5 metres welcome. There is a washroom with one wc, 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 and marina, and a visitor centre at The Town Hall 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 Studios
  • 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.

Please note: This CL does not offer electric car charging.

Facilities on site ...

  • Battery charging
  • Dog walk from site
  • Drive over waste disposal for motorhomes
  • Recycling facilities
  • Shower (exclusive use)
  • TV reception: good
  • WC (exclusive use)
  • Working farm

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Useful Info

Latest arrival time: 7:00 PM

Latest departure time: 12:00 PM

0.25 acres

Electric amperage: 16

Lawned site

Recycling Facilities

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

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

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A quick one nighter in Hebden

Little Nook Farm
What a hidden gem, the place is immaculate with lovingly tendered landscaping. Toilet and shower facilities are pristine. Steven the owner is very friendly and helpful. There is a little bus every 30 minutes to take you down into Hebden Bridge. What a wonderful CL!

GedPete2506

Reviewed on 21/04/2024 09:41

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Great Site

Little Nook Farm
Lovely welcome from Steven the owner who had included detailed instructions of the best way to approach the site in confirmation email a few days prior to arrival. Site consists of 3 hardstanding pitches and 2 reinforced grass pitches. The site is located on a hillside giving stunning views across the valley. Drinking water tap and a range of recycling bins are readily available next to entrance gate. Notice board with useful info. Single toilet, shower and kitchen sink provided which were clean and well maintained throughout our 3 night stay. Black waste disposal also available. The site itself is approximately 1.5.miles from Hebden Bridge, it is a steep descent however the 595 bus travels from Hebden Bridge up the hill past the site roughly every half an hour which helps. I would happily recommend this site which was great value for money at £20a night in March.

N D Jenks

Reviewed on 25/03/2024 20:01

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Little Nook Farm
Excellent site and well cared for but highly disappointed with toilet facilities. Have just returned from 3 day break and must comment on toilet facilities. 1 toilet, 1 shower, 1 washing up facility, fair enough but how unhygienic in one small room. The room was mouldy on all wall surfaces not just the shower area. It smelled of damp. All surfaces had dust on them. Dread to think when the facilities were cleaned last. Certainly not whilst we were there as the waste bin on leaving still had the same rubbish in it as when we arrived. Towels are supplied but we used our own. We would have rated this a 9 out of 10 but due to facilities only a 5. A shame because it could be so much better with a bit more care. Sorry but we won't be back and can't believe some of the reviews praising the facilities. There is no excuse for uncleanliness. We have been members for 7 years and this is our first review.

petemac

Reviewed on 10/11/2023 14:04

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Little Nook Farm
Well, what can I say about about this stunning little site? It is just wonderful and we’ve had a glorious few nights away this weekend. Honestly, I cannot praise this CL site enough. Tucked away just above Old Town, Hebden Bridge, the site has five pitches, three hard standing and two grassed. All have power points close to the pitches and a fresh water point by the entrance / exit. The only toilet and shower facility is excellent too, set just against the farm and a thirty second walk from the pitches. We never had to wait, it was always superbly clean and with an electric shower, the hot water cannot run out. The site was full on Saturday evening, but oh so peaceful with views across the Calder Valley to die for. With an excellent Country Pub within 10 minutes walk (Hare & Hounds - try the steak pie), you cannot be better placed to explore Hebden Bridge, Heptonstall and Shibden Hall. The staff are just superb, informative and helpful. With a fee of only £20 a night, it’s excellent value too. We will be back in the spring and are already looking forward to it. As a bit of advice, plan your route to the site from the A6033, using the large turning area to hang a right at The Toll House onto Ackroyd Lane towards Old Town & the site. Our Sat Nasty decided to send us up the Valley ‘direct’ …. A bit daunting !!!

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Reviewed on 29/10/2023 17:39

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Little Nook Farm
We spent four nights here and used it as a base for walking, it’s perfect for this having a range of public footpaths passing close by the site. Facilities on the site are good, a selection of bins for segregating recycling, reasonable shower/toilet, well maintained site/grounds and a lovely welcome when we first arrived. We walked into Hebden Bridge every day and tried a different route each time, going in to Hebden is relatively easy but it’s a severe uphill walk back so not for the fainthearted. Eating/drinking options in Hebden Bridge range from cheap and cheerful to more refined. We ate in The White Swan (cheap and cheerful), The Shoulder of Mutton (pricier but good food), Stubbing Wharf (mass produced food at a reasonable price/quality) and The Trades (fantastic Indonesian pop-up food from Nin, not too pricy but extremely tasty. Beers in The Trades were also good and very well priced). The Trades was probably our favourite but may not be to everyone’s taste. Overall I would highly recommend a visit to this site but please pay heed to the directions from Hebden Bridge to the site with a caravan on the back, there are some very steep and difficult roads around the area. We will be back….

GTPolly

Reviewed on 10/09/2023 11:16

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