Rodwell Head Farm - Promoting Holidays in Calderdale

Rodwell Head Farm promotes and supports tourism in Calderdale West Yorkshire. Calderdale is a beautiful valley, shown above. The area  includes the towns of Hebden Bridge and Todmorden, which are linked east-west, 4 miles apart, or left-right in the photograph above, which faces south, with the monument of Stoodley Pike at the top. The area of 'Bronte' countryside is completed the town of Howarth, 10 miles to the North.

Howarth is best-known as the town where the literary family - the Bronte's lived. Their family home - the vicarage - is now a museum. The cultural centre of Hebden Bridge was recently termed 'the funkiest town in Britain'. Todmorden is a traditional market town. The countryside and the town have a massive quantity of unique listed buildings, including farmsteads, inns and mills. There are wooded valleys to see, including the National Trust's Hardcastle Crags, which lead up to the agricultural land and then on to the rugged moorland at the top of the valley.

The area lies between Manchester and Leeds and is therefore easily accessible for a short break or a longer stay. The area is ideal for walkers; there are a great many paths throughout Calderdale. There are also cycle paths and bridal paths. There are many other facilities for outdoor pursuits.

If you are visiting or planning to visit Calderdale then this site is for you. On this site we give a list of things to do in the area as well as lists of hotels and B&Bs and Holiday Homes.