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Boutique retreat sleeping 2

Former toll house for the turnpike road between

Hebden Bridge and Haworth.

Detached stone cottage steeped in history.

Stunning views across the valley towards Heptonstall and Stoodley Pike.

Sophisticated styling, fixtures and fittings.

Bespoke historical and industrial touches make this a truly boutique experience.


Smoke Free

Free Wi-Fi access 

Stove - Quality Linen - Bespoke Kitchen

Freesat, Prime & Netflix

Well behaved dogs welcome

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The property

Hebden Bridge 1.4 miles.

The Toll House is an excellent former toll house for the turnpike road from Hebden Bridge to Haworth. The cottage is situated above the bustling market town of Hebden Bridge, in West Yorkshire.  Recently renovated to a high standard you will holiday here very comfortably.

The property benefits from an open-plan stone flagged living space, with a lovely lounge area hosting a large stone fireplace and stove for cosy nights in on the sofa in front of the Smart TV so you can keep up to date with all your favourite shows.   

Rustle up an evening meal with the on-hand SMEG appliances in the compact kitchen area, to be devoured in the contemporary sitting room.

Upstairs has one double bedroom, with a kingsize bed and a range of modern, bespoke, industrial furnishings, which complement the light decor.

The house is full of beautiful original artwork by Larisa Moskaleva. She paints local scenes in her vibrant style. They make a perfect memento and are available for purchase.

Sitting directly on the Calderdale Way, the property benefits from stunning countryside views across the Upper Calder Valley towards Heptonstall and Stoodley Pike, with roadside parking close by outside.  The bridleways nearby include the National Trail the Mary Towneley Loop.

While you're in the area, take a leisurely stroll down toward Hardcastle Crags, a wooded Pennine valley which is owned by the National Trust and offers 15 miles of pathways for walkers or cyclists to enjoy the scenery. Near by Haworth is worth exploring.  The famous Bronte parsonage sits amongst the cobbles streets lined with interesting independent shops.  Further a field visit Skipton, a beautiful market town with its' very own castle ,or Harrogate with the fabulous Victorian Spa.

This is also perfect for those bring their four-legged friends along as it offers plenty of space for them to stretch their legs.

Explore the market town of Hebden Bridge. A quirky shoppers paradise becoming famous for it’s many top class eateries, microbreweries and bars.

Combine this with the walking opportunities and the annual Hebden Bridge Handmade Parade and you will have a truly unique experience.

The Toll House is perfect for a romantic getaway for two.

Babes in arms welcome.  High chair/travel cot on request.


One bedroom: 1 x kingsize. Shower room with shower (incl seat), basin and WC. Kitchen/Dining/Lounge..


  • Gas central heating, gas stove fire

  • Electric oven and induction hob, microwave, toaster, kettle, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, Smart TV/DVD with Freesat, Netflix, Amazon Fire stick and WiFi

  • Fuel and power inc. in rent

  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent

  • Roadside parking 

  • Bus stop on route to Hebden Bridge Station, Haworth and beyond is adjacent to the property.  Ideal for exploring wider area.

  • One well-behaved pet welcome

  • Sorry, no smoking

  • Shop/Post Office 2 miles and pub 0.01 miles.


By Car


By car, Hebden Bridge is easily accessible from two motorways.

M62 (to the south):
Junction 21 (via Littleborough and Todmorden) or junction 22 or 24 (via Sowerby Bridge).

M65 (to the west):
Junction 9 (via Burnley and Todmorden).

From Halifax on the A646 (Burnley Rd) 

Take the right fork after the train station

Drive up the A6033 (Keighley Rd)

As you exit the wooded uphill section of road you will find the road widens as a turning circle.

You will see the Toll House sits on Pecket Bar at this junction to your right.

Take this right turn onto Ackroyd Lane.  You can park, unrestricted on the right hand side by the Calderdale Way footpath.



By Public Transportation

Hebden Bridge train station has direct services running west to Manchester, Burnley, Preston and Blackpool and east to Huddersfield, Bradford, Leeds, York and Scarborough. For details of services running to Hebden Bridge train station, visit or call 08457 48 49 50.

Buses running from Hebden Bridge: 594, 595, 599, B3.

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