The Crossroads Inn is just a short distance from Halifax, Hebden Bridge and Howarth and is surrounded by
spectacular 180 degree views of the Upper Calder Valley
The area offers fantastic walking and hiking opportunities for everyone to enjoy; whether it's a family stroll around the nearby reservoir, Ogden Water, or a ten mile hike across the West Penine Moors, a site of special scientific interest.
Find out more about walking here: https://www.visitcalderdale.com/blog/walking-in-calderdale-west-yorkshire
Just 4 miles down the road is the charming market town of Halifax, which has something to offer for all tastes and ages. An afternoon exploring the historical Piece Hall or a stroll around Shibden Hall, the filming location for BBC drama Gentleman Jack, are certainly not to be missed! There are also plenty of shopping opportunities as well , from the high street favourites at The Woolshops Shopping Centre to the unique independent shops and food venders under the splendid Grade II* listed Victorian Borough Market. There's something for families too with The Calderdale Industrial Museum, 'Eureka! Children's Museum' and 'Intergalactic Golf' all close by.
Find out more about the many attractions Halifax has to offer here: https://www.visitcalderdale.com/towns-villages/halifax
HOWARTH AND BRONTË COUNTRY
The world of Wuthering Heights is brought to life in the famous village of Haworth. This picturesque village was once home to the literary greats the Brontës and their home is now the Brontë Parsonage Museum. Other attractions include the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway, an authentic preserved steam railway, and the village's annual 1940s weekend where locals and visitors alike don wartime attire for a host of nostalgic events.
Find out more about The Brontës here: https://www.bronte.org.uk/the-brontes-and-haworth
Following a £19 million restoration, The Piece Hall is now the hub for culture and entertainment in Halifax. The Grade I listed Georgian masterpiece, and the oldest remaining cloth hall in Britain, is now home to a variety of unique shops, cafes and bars. Keep an eye out on their website for a fantastic selection of events including live music concerts, food festivals and Christmas markets.
Just 10 minutes from The Crossroads.
Shibden Hall dates back to 1420 and offers visitors a fascinating journey through the lives of the people who lived and worked here, including the noted diarist Anne Lister (1791 - 1840). The Hall is surrounded by the beautifully restored gardens and estate that forms Shibden Park and featured on BBC drama 'Gentleman Jack'.
The Victoria Theatre is unlike any other theatre in the region. Built in 1901 as a concert hall, the Victoria Theatre is steeped in history and still retains many of its original features. The theater is still in operation today, hosting a variety of live performances.
BRONTË PARSONAGE MUSEUM
Howarth was once home to the Brontres. The Brontë collections at the Brontë Parsonage Museum are the largest and most important in the world and continue to inspire scholars, writers and artists.