Newfield Cottage

in the heart of Yorkshire

Newfield Cottage is surrounded by wonderful countryside and great places to visit

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Mytholmroyd, Calderdale (John Topping) / CC BY-SA 2.0



Mytholmroyd is the birthplace of poet laureate Ted Hughes, the local landscape inspired much of his work, and his house is open for visitors.


Great for cyclists with Route 66 a two minute ride from Newfield Cottage and the infamous Crag Vale Incline, the longest incline in England and part of this years Tour De France - only five minutes away.


Great for Walkers and Ramblers with The Calder Way and The Pennine Way all within very easy reach of Newfield Cottage.


Mytholmroyd hosts the annual Dock Pudding competition Championships in April, attended in 2007 by Robbie Coltrane who entered the competition and came second.
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Hebden Bridge

Hebden Bridge is home to great restaurants and bars like The Old Gate pub, The Olive Branch restaurant, and Greens vegetarian restaurant, as well as great music  at the historic Trades Club, and cinema at Hebden Bridge Picture House.

Hebden Bridge has an Arts Festival, Spring Music Concerts, Regular Comedy Nights as well as local theatre and not forgetting the shopping at the plethora of independent shops that got Hebden Bridge named the Uk’s coolest place to  live by the Times in 2013.


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For Families

Eureka museum for children in Halifax is a bus ride away.

National Trust Hardcastle Crags in Hebden Bridge is a great place for a walk in the woods with stepping stones and pram friendly routes,


Day trips out to Haworth, the Bronte birthplace

Swimming and children’s cycling at Todmorden are all within easy reach.


Further Afield

Mytholmroyd station has excellent rail links to the major Northern cities of Leeds, Manchester and Bradford.

There is easy access to the M62 and the Rochdale Canal passes through the village.