Stay in a Victorian Lodge at the pillared entrance to the National Trust’s Hardcastle Crags, or a stunning barn at the edge of a hayfield close by.
Hardcastle Crags offers you the chance to escape to 400 acres of woodland, crisscrossed by 24km of footpaths. Discover deep rocky ravines, tumbling streams, stepping stones, oak, beech and pine woods and some of the best examples of upland meadows in the country. Both ‘The Lodge’ and ‘Widdop Gate Barn’ are run by the National Trust.
Hardcastle Crags are located just outside the market town of Hebden Bridge; renowned for its independent shops and cafes, where you can indulge yourself with arts and crafts sold by the craftspeople who have created them and improve your skills at a one day or weekend art workshop.
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