We don’t need to remind you what a fab destination Hebden Bridge is, but we do need to tell you about this brilliant place to stay, high among the hills in beautiful Pennine moorland yet just a ten-minute drive from town. Daisy Bank Camp really is something special, offering cosy accommodation, stunning nature right on its doorstep, plus the added feelgood factor of staying somewhere eco-friendly.
On their permaculture smallholding, owners Angie and Andrew have built 6 self-contained rural cabins fully equipped for a comfortable and memorable stay. There are Stable cabins for 2 people or detached Honeycomb cabins for 4 – all built to a very high standard with underfloor heating, full insulation and even soundproofing. To really help you connect with nature, features include outdoor seating for every cabin, while the Honeycombs have bi-fold doors and the Stables benefit from huge, half-glazed stable doors.
This is the perfect place to relax, unwind and enjoy the peace and nature, or get active and hit the hills by foot, road bike or mountain bike. Famous trails just a stone’s throw away include Sustrans National Route 68, the Calderdale and Pennine Ways and the Mary Townley Loop. Or if you crave the arts, independent shopping and eating out, bustling Hebden Bridge, Haworth and Todmorden are all close at hand. Even Manchester is only 40 minutes by train from Hebden Bridge.
So, a comfy rural retreat that’s secluded, sustainable and still close to fantastic amenities, culture and entertainment. Now we think of it, we don’t just want a holiday at Daisy Bank – we want to move in!