Holmfirth

Home of Compo, Sid’s café and Nora Batty’s steps, Holmfirth is “Last of the Summer Wine” country and so much more!

The town is a maze of alleyways and narrow, cobbled streets which lead to what were originally weavers’ cottages. The many former mills in the area bear testimony to the area’s history which is steeped in the textile industry.

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Things to do

Eat

There is a wide variety of eateries, pubs and restaurants. Whether you fancy a hearty pub meal, some award-winning sausages, or just a good pot of Yorkshire tea with a giant slice of homemade cake, you’ll find it all in Holmfirth.

Shopping

The village is a maze of alleyways and narrow, cobbled streets which lead to what were originally weavers’ cottages. There is a wide range of independent shops to suit every taste. We’re in the ‘golden triangle’ of nearby Manchester, Leeds (with its new glitzy shopping arcades) and Sheffield (including Meadowhall) all within easy reach by car or train.

Entertainment

Enjoy live performances at the famous Holmfirth Picturedrome – a century old picture house now a 690 capacity live music (and more) venue staging touring bands.

See a movie at the Penistone Paramount Cinema.

Visit the Yorkshire Sculpture Park and the award winning Hepworth Gallery and see works by international artists, including Henry Moore and Barbara Hepworth.