A holiday property that feels like home

A cosy, well equipped and stylish space in the centre of town...

Thursday, 29 September 2016

No1 The Mill


A warm, airy, bright and up to date conversion of an old mill, on a quiet cobbled street, with free car parking, seconds walk from town.

This home from home has been called "a Grand Designs House"  by several guests

To Book
Email
no1themillinfo@gmail.com

We want to welcome new guests and grow our base of valued regulars, so we have dropped our direct booked prices 
Some weeks available for just £200, mini breaks for £125


We currently have special offers right through into Decemberplus New Year 2016-2017 IS still available. Book now to secure your week in 2016 or 2017

You can click on the tabs above to read more, and

most of the images to the right of your screen are also clickable, 
for even more about this lovely part of the country.


Call or Text
07773 398629
You can text your enquiry if you prefer
and we will get right back to you



Friday, 12 February 2016

A quiet retreat in the centre of town

No1 is moments away from the bustling hub of Hebden Bridge, comfortably nestled on a quiet, private street, a cobbled cul de sac where the only cars belong to people who live there and there is no passing traffic. We have private parking, a rarity in Hebden. The spec is 5 star, see the tabs for more.

We have previously welcomed bikers, walkers, painters, musicians, honeymooners, historians, Pennine Loopers, piano playing burlesque artistes, actors, a BBC film crew when we were a location for "Happy Valley", and people from every part of the rainbow to No1. All kinds of folk are welcome to enjoy this home from home in Hebden Bridge.

Access to the canal and the steep, wooded crags, criss-crossed with paths is a couple of minutes walk away, you don't need the car to get into nature from here. If you bring the car then it's stress free as we have our own private parking, right outside the door.


You can walk to No1 from the railway station, through the park and down the canal towpath, avoiding traffic and tarmac pretty much all the way, a lovely introduction to Hebden Bridge.

The map below (clickable) shows where to find No1