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Hebden Bridge Hotels and Guest Houses

Far Moorside Farm B&B
   
Coppy Nook Lane, Hebden Bridge, HX7 5RJ
   +44 (0)1422 881062
 
 
 
Prices:
 
Single from: £80.00
Double from: £80.00
per room per night
 
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Croft Mill
   
Croft Mill Yard, Hebden Bridge, HX7 8AB
   +44 (0)1422 847321
 
 
 
Prices:
 
Single from: £109.00
Double from: £109.00
per room per night
 
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The town of Hebden Bridge is without a doubt one of the prettiest and most charming spots in the county of West Yorkshire and England as a whole. Part of this beauty has to do with the fact that Hebden Bridge in its entirety only has a population of around eleven thousand. This allows the town to maintain its quaint and gorgeous atmosphere. In addition, Hebden Bridge is contained within the famed Upper Calder Valley. The Upper Calder Valley is easily among the most lovely areas on the face of the earth. The sweeping landscapes imbue everything around them with stellar beauty and Hebden Bridge most assuredly benefits from such graces.



Though Hebden Bridge has long been a city that commanded respect and admiration, the town didn't truly come into public consciousness until the 1800s. It was during this era that Hebden Bridge's unique geography coincided beautifully with the prevailing technology of the day. Put simply, the rise of the industrial revolution caused quite a change all over England. The need for machine work was an immediate concern and the hills that dotted Hedben Bridge proved to be absolutely perfect for creating powered mills to make clothing. The wool trade, while not as large as it was a century prior, was still a huge deal during the 19th century and clothing in general began to hint toward the first instances of something akin to "fashion". Hebden thus became one of the cities at the forefront of this new movement and the vast amount of clothing manufacturing undertaken in town allowed Hebden Bridge to become wealthy, powerful, and important. It was during this time that the Hebden Bridge earned the nickname "Trouser Town". Naturally, Hebden Bridge began to enjoy all of the amenities that marked important towns during the Industrial Revolution including roads, railways, and other examples of the changing face of the nation.



Interestingly enough, Hebden Bridge didn't grow into an enormous and cloistered metropolis like many of its peers that grew into prominence during the Revolution. Instead, Hebden Bridge managed to hold onto the charm and quaint nature that makes the town so beautiful and lovable in the first place. Though the 19th and 20th centuries saw Hebden Bridge grow up into a real town, it still maintained a unique identity rather than becoming overrun with mills, factories, and smoke stacks. As a matter of fact, Hebden Bridge ended up becoming more of an artsy town by the 1970s and 1980s. A massive influx of poets, writers, painters, photographers and any number of artistic types began to pour into Hebden Bridge in order to chase their respective muses while gazing at the lovely scenery that Hebden Bridge has always offered. This naturally caused more word of mouth to spread about Hebden Bridge being a great place to visit and thus the tourist trade grew steadily in the town. Today we see Hebden Bridge not as a water mill town or an industry town but simply as a unique, lovely town that plays to the beat of its own drum.


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