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With so much to see and do here, you’d be bonkers not to stay for at least a night or two. If you do decide to stay, chances are you’ll want somewhere comfortable, cosy and central – somewhere just like Hebden Royd House.
This lovely traditional property is just a five-minute walk from the town centre; perfect for browsing the shops or rolling in after a night in one of our friendly pubs or wine bars. Walkers and cyclists will have dozens of gorgeous trails on their doorstep too, including the Calder and Pennine Ways.
This family-friendly property has been stylishly furnished by Sue, who once owned the town’s favourite home interiors shop and has now used her eye for design to create this beautiful home from home. She also worked in the bed industry in a former life, so you can rest assured that you’ll get a decent night’s sleep in the pocket sprung beds at Hebden Royd.
The property sleeps 6 or 7 people between its master bedroom with super king-size bed and an attic room with double bed, and single bed. There’s even a sofa bed to fit that extra last-minute friend in, plus bike storage if you need it. The kitchen is spotlessly clean and fully equipped with everything you’ll need, including a washer and drier: ideal for outdoor adventurers or guests who stay a week. If you get too comfortable to leave the house, don’t worry, there’s free Wi-Fi and a smart TV to keep you entertained. You can even bring your dog to really feel at home!