Elmet hits the headlines – again!



Feature on Elmet Farmhouse, Hebden Bridge and Calderdale in the Manchester Evening News (Saturday 3 September 2016)


“The journey to our accommodation in Pecket Well, just up the hill from Hebden Bridge, is slow, in a good way that allows you to lap up the increasing amounts of green filling your windscreen and feel the stresses of city life slipping away.

We are the guests of Lesley Jackson, proud owner of Elmet Farmhouse, who offers up her truly stunning accommodation for the weekend. A converted farmhouse, it boasts breathtaking views across the valley towards Stoodley Pike…

¬†The interior of the property is remarkable. There is space for six people, spread across three large rooms with a massive, modern brightly coloured kitchen and a large cosy living room with wood-burner and an eclectic collection of furniture and ornaments. My wife spent half the time jotting down ideas to mimic in our own humble abode…

Wehave dinner at the homely robin Hood Inn, across the road. I enjoyed one of the best lamb casseroles I’ve ever had, while my wife loved her herb pudding with spinach, cherry tomato and mozzarella…”

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