Holiday home in Hebden Bridge (sleeps 5)
Ideal for self catering holiday accommodation and business lets centrally located in Hebden Bridge. Fully renovated and to a high standard

Calderdale self catering holiday let

Self catering holiday let centrally located in Hebden Bridge in Calderdale, Yorkshire. at Calderdale Terraces - also ideal as a business let and a fully-furnished, short-term executive rental.

This traditional Yorkshire dwelling dates back to 1860 and it was completely renovated in 2010, with new fixtures, fittings and furnishing throughout. The holiday home now meets the highest modern standards while tastefully respecting the local Yorkshire feel and architecture of the property.

Calderdale Terraces features:

  • King-size bedroom, a single bedroom and full bathroom on the first floor
  • Attic penthouse with a second king-size bedroom and en-suite bathroom
  • Modern fitted kitchen, fully equipped
  • Flat-screen TV & Blue Ray player
  • Free Sky TV
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Zone-controlled gas central heating
  • Washer/drier & WC located on the ground floor just off the kitchen.  
  • On-street parking
  • Phone with free UK calls within the UK ( both to mobiles phones & landlines)

Whether you're an international guest looking for a base to explore this wonderful part of England, or UK resident looking for a "staycation", visiting friends and family in the area, or business executive looking for a short-term executive rental, this self catering property in Hebden Bridge will meet your every need.

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Hebden Bridge

Hebden Bridge self catering holiday let & vacation rental in Calderdale, Yorkshire, UK

Hebden Bridge has been designated the "Best Town in Britain for 2011" and "The Quirkiest Town in Britain". The many walks available will take you quickly out of the valley, up the hillside and on to the moorlands as described in the Bronte Sisters' novels and James Herriot's "All Creatures Great and Small" books. The sense of community and hospitality is soon evident as you walk across the cobbled streets and meet the true Yorkshire folks and explore this historical, yet lively, and most livable corner of England. The smell of bacon sandwiches in the town square in the morning is something indefinable. Time well spent and a place where memories are made.

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