3 days in Holmfirth Itinerary

3 days in Holmfirth Itinerary

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Honley

— 2 nights
Honley is a large village in West Yorkshire, England. Honley is known for breweries & distilleries. Your trip includes some of its best attractions: do a tasting at Holmfirth Vineyard, view the masterpieces at Ashley Jackson Gallery, stop by The Cider Press Shop & Cafe, and examine the collection at Summer Wine Exhibition.

To see where to stay, other places to visit, and more tourist information, read our Honley trip site.

Manchester to Honley is an approximately 1-hour car ride. In August in Honley, expect temperatures between 21°C during the day and 13°C at night. On the 2nd (Thu), you'll travel back home.

Things to do in Honley

Shopping · Museums · Wineries

Side Trip

Holmfirth travel guide

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Wineries & Vineyards · Theaters · Specialty Museums
Holmfirth is a small town on the A6024 Woodhead Road in the Holme Valley, within the Metropolitan Borough of Kirklees, West Yorkshire, England. Centred upon the confluence of the Holme and Ribble rivers, Holmfirth is 6mi south of Huddersfield and 13mi northeast of Glossop. It mostly consists of stone-built cottages nestled in the Pennine hills. The Peak District National Park around Holme Moss is 4mi to the south of the town.Historically part of the West Riding of Yorkshire, Holmfirth was once a centre for pioneering film-making by Bamforth & Co., which later switched to the production of saucy seaside postcards. Between 1973 and 2010 both Holmfirth and the Holme Valley became well known as the filming location of the BBC's situation comedy Last of the Summer Wine.HistoryThe town originally grew up around a corn mill and bridge in the 13th century. Three hundred years later Holmfirth expanded rapidly as the growing cloth trade grew and the production of stone and slates from the surrounding quarries increased. The present parish church was built in 1778 after the church built in 1476 was swept away in a flood the previous year. In 1850 Holmfirth railway station opened, on the branch line built by the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Company.

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