Great Britain (Country Guide) by David Else

Great Britain (Country Guide) by David Else

Author:David Else [Else, David]
Language: zho
Format: epub
ISBN: 9781741044911
Publisher: Lonely Planet
Published: 2011-05-31T16:00:00+00:00


Sleeping & Eating

Pennine Camp & Caravan Site ( 01422-842287; High Greenwood House, Heptonstall; sites per person £4; Apr-Oct) A large, sloping field with a block of facilities in a converted barn, this camp site is about 3 miles northwest of town, on the minor road beyond Heptonstall that leads towards Widdop Reservoir.

Mankinholes YHA ( 0845 371 9751; www.yha.org.uk; Todmorden; dm £16) A converted 17th-century manor house 4 miles southwest of Hebden Bridge, this hostel has limited facilities (no TV room) but it is very popular with walkers; the Pennine Way passes only half a mile away.

White Lion Hotel ( 01422-842197; www.whitelionhotel.net; Bridge Gate; s/d from £50/70) The choicest accommodation in town is this large 400-year-old coaching inn smack in the middle of it; the rooms in the converted coach house are that little bit more comfortable than the ones in the main house. Downstairs is an excellent real-ale pub and a restaurant (mains £7 to £10) with a standard pub grub menu.

Crown Fisheries ( 01422-842599; 8 Crown St; mains £4-5; 10am-6.30pm) A terrific chip shop that serves up a great fish supper (fish, chips, bread and butter, and tea), and also does takeaways.

There are several appealing cafes along pedestrianised Bridge Gate in a peaceful setting beside the river and the old packhorse bridge that gave the town its name.



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