A luxury holiday cottage in the centre of Hebden Bridge


Fustian Cottage is a lovingly-restored, high specification, three-bedroom, two-bathroom, mill workers' cottage in the centre of bustling Hebden Bridge, surrounded by rolling Yorkshire hills.

Situated in the centre of picturesque Hebden Bridge, which nestles in the Calder Valley, close to the Pennine Way and Hardcastle Crags , this delightful holiday cottage offers a cosy home, from which you can explore the town, the surrounding countryside or simply curl up beside the wood burner with a good book.

The award-winning market town is famous for its array of independent shops, cafes, pubs and restaurants all just three minutes walk, on the flat, from Fustian Cottage. Hebden Bridge is celebrated for its thriving art scene and its vibrant community.  The surrounding countryside attracts walkers, cyclists, wildlife enthusiasts and horse riders.

From the beautiful, Victorian Hebden Bridge station, you can take trains directly to Manchester (40 mins), Leeds (60 mins), Preston (60 mins) and Bradford (25 mins).  The quaint market town of Todmorden is just five miles away, Heptonstall, the burial place of Sylvia Plath, is less than a mile uphill, and Halifax, with the Eureka National Children's Museum , and the stunning Piece Hall, is nine miles from your door.



A fully modernised, historic cottage in the heart of the delightfully quirky Hebden Bridge.




Free, fast Wifi and Smart TV available to our guests.

Welcome Pack


Everything you need to get you started.

Towels and Bedding


Egyptian cotton towels and bedding are all provided.

On Street Parking


Parking is readily available on Oak Street and surrounding streets.

Log Burning Fire


A log burner in the living room with your first logs provided.

Secret Den


A hidden den for our youngest guests to discover.



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Shops, cafes, restaurants and markets

Wander the beautiful, quirky, pedestrianised town centre.

Historic sites

500 years of history in the mill town of Hebden Bridge.

For children

Pottery painting, ducks, playgrounds, a skate park and local museums.

City visits

Direct trains from Hebden Bridge to Manchester and Leeds.

Canals, walking and cycling 

Near the Pennine Way, Hardcastle Crags and the Tour de Yorkshire.

Arts and creativity 

Galleries, exhibitions, music, comedy and arts festivals.


“We love Hebden Bridge.  It's weird and wonderful with fabulous cafes and shops. The kids love the park and the ducks”