Halstead Green is a 5 double/twin bedroom former farm house and barn in Calderdale West Yorkshire. The area includes the towns of Hebden Bridge and Todmorden . The area lies about 10 miles from Bronte country and the town of Haworth, famous for the Bronte parsonage museum where the literary family lived.
The cultural centre of Hebden Bridge with its many independent shops, cafes and cinema is about 2 miles away and a short bus ride. Todmorden, with its traditional market and famous town hall is about 4 miles away. The area boasts many historic buildings, from weavers cottages and rural inns to former mills, often associated with the area's long standing links to textile production. The surrounding countryside is highly accessible for walkers, horse riders and cyclists with wooded valleys, including the National Trust's Hardcastle Crags, dry stone wall enclosed fields and rugged moorland and reservoirs "on the tops", all on the doorstep. The Pennine Way passes within half a mile or so but there are many other footpaths, cycle routes and bridleways to explore.