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A friend and I stayed in the hostel for two nights in August as part of a walking trip and we were really impressed.
The place has a quirky and welcoming vibe, and the bunks and facilities were all spotless. We had a couple of...More
What a treat it was to find this place, Em and Dave who run this homely and immaculate hostel are a delight, both extremely knowledgeable on local music scene, environmental issues, and on local hikes, trails and treks. Lots of inspiration and informative information pinned...More
Em and Dave 'weirdigan' are twonvery lovely conscious and kind beings. The place they create at the hostel is warm and inviting, unique and very thoughtfully offered to all who stay. Even the notices that are around are in friendly type faces so as to...More
I very much liked the feel of the place and the attitude behind it all.
The building and situation are great and the room was good too.
The kitchen and the hall, the room where you can sit and eat, plus the quiet room are...More
Stopped one night while walking the Pennine Way. It's a bit out of the way, but Hebden Bridge is a cute, quaint village worth seeing. I arrived before checkin time, but was allowed into the lobby where I could make a cup of tea and...More
Response from Dave W, Owner at Hebden Bridge HostelResponded 16 September 2015
We are sorry you had a less-than-perfect stay with us - as you can see from other reviews your experience is far from typical. To clarify the negative comments - we allow up to 1 Gb of free wi-fi per day, which we feel is...More