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The Weather in Hebden Bridge
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Check out the climate diagram for Hebden Bridge. July is the warmest month in Hebden Bridge, with average daily maximum temperatures of 19°. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Hebden Bridge, with temperatures falling below 1°. The rainiest month is January, while the driest month is September.
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Accommodation options for your holiday in Hebden Bridge
In Hebden Bridge, more than a quarter of the 70 properties in Hebden Bridge are hotel rooms, which represent 28.7% of the listed properties. Hotel rooms in Hebden Bridge have an average price of £129 a night as well as a median size of 42 m². Moreover, these rentals are optimal if you're going in a group of 2, as that's the average number of people that hotel rooms can welcome in Hebden Bridge. If you would prefer something else, you can look for some other offers, such as apartment rentals, which are another typical property type in Hebden Bridge. These properties cost £151 per night , on average, and have an average size of 50 m².
Go back in time with a in Hebden Bridge holiday cottage
Situated between the two great Northern cities of Leeds and Manchester is the perennially beautiful town of Hebden Bridge. Rent a house or apartment here and you'll be transported back in time with its quaint English pubs, local cafes, shops and irrepressible community spirit which runs throughout the town and its ever-friendly residents.
Where to find the best food in Hebden Bridge?
Eating out in Hebden Bridge
The area is known for its excellent cafes, restaurants and pubs serving hearty British cuisine. A few local favourites which are always busy, particularly at the weekends, are the Olive Branch, Marco's Cafe and Stubbing Wharf. If you want something a little different from traditional European fair, then Rim Nam Thai is famed as the best oriental restaurant for miles around.
Sunday sees the local residents flock to one of the many pubs to enjoy a traditional roast dinner of chicken, beef or pork served with vegetables, Yorkshire pudding and lashings of gravy. The Fox and Goose is just one of the many places where you can go for your roast and a few pints – what better way to spend a Sunday afternoon?
What are the best nightlife spots in Hebden Bridge?
Evenings in Hebden Bridge
There's no need to stay tucked up in your Hebden Bridge accommodation once the sun goes down (unless you want to, of course). Despite its small size, the nightlife here is a civilised yet lively affair. Traditional pubs like the Hinchliffe Arms and The Hare and Hounds are well frequented and have recently adapted to attract a more diverse, craft beer-drinking crowd.
If you're looking for something a little more upmarket, then Nelson's Wine Bar and the Railway Hotel both have extensive drinks menus and enjoy a great ambiance late into the evening. If you're on the hunt for a great selection of ales then the Stubbing Wharf is the place to be – the fish and chips here are also incredibly good.
Where are the unique attractions in Hebden Bridge?
Excursions from Hebden Bridge
Located between Manchester and Leeds, both can be reached by train in under an hour from Hebden. Manchester is the closer of the two and has plenty of attractions like the Imperial War Museum and the Whitworth Gallery. There are many walks, hikes and bike rides to take around the area Hebden Bridge too. A good place to start is down by the canal, or drive a little out of town to traverse the stunning Pennines which surround the village.
If you're travelling with children than a trip to Halifax to visit the famous Eureka! National Children's Museum is a must. This fascinating hands-on museum is a one-of-a-kind introduction to science, economics and politics.
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