Halifax is an industrial city close to the famous Pennines and the route of the Pennine Way in what is known as Yorkshire's "Bronte" country...Historic Market Town in the county of West Yorkshire (4.8 miles, 7.7 km, direction NW)
This beautiful old town grew up close to the River Hebden at the point where a stone bridge was built as part of a pack-horse route in the 16th century...West Yorkshire (5.5 miles, 8.9 km, direction SE)
Sturdily built of stone, this small hill town is perched north of the River Colne and the now restored Huddersfield Narrow Canal...West Yorkshire (6.7 miles, 10.9 km, direction SE)
Huddersfield is a lively and interesting town that offers a rich cultural experience...West Yorkshire (7.4 miles, 12.0 km, direction S)
Marsden offers visitors a wealth of heritage, particularly in association with the town's expansion which came about during the heady days of the Industrial Revolution...West Yorkshire (7.6 miles, 12.3 km, direction W)
Todmorden lies on the historic border between Yorkshire and Lancashire in an area of the Calder Valley ringed by the hills of the Pennines...Picturesque Village in the county of West Yorkshire (8.7 miles, 13.9 km, direction N)
Haworth is famous the world over for its connections with the Bronte sisters, the famous novelists...Picturesque Village in the county of West Yorkshire (8.8 miles, 14.1 km, direction SE)
Almondbury is one of the oldest and prettiest of the villages dominating the edge of the Pennine moors...West Yorkshire (9.1 miles, 14.6 km, direction E)
Mirfield is a residential town situated between Huddersfield and Dewsbury. It has a long history, and associations with Robin Hood, the Luddites, and the Bronte sisters. More.....West Yorkshire (9.6 miles, 15.4 km, direction N)
Harden lies in the famous countryside area between Cullingworth and Bingley surrounded by rivers and meadows. It is a favoured commuter base for those working in nearby Bradford...Picturesque Village in the county of West Yorkshire (10.4 miles, 16.7 km, direction NE)
This perfectly preserved village originated as an answer to Bradford's 'dark satanic mills', it was the brain-child of industrialist Sir Titus Salt, who in the early 19th-century.....West Yorkshire (10.7 miles, 17.2 km, direction SE)
This is a place that will forever be associated with the gentle, romantic comedy "Last of the Summer Wine" which has graced our TV screens for more than a quarter of a century...West Yorkshire (11.1 miles, 17.9 km, direction N)
This is an industrial town in West Yorkshire. It lies in a fold between the fine countryside of Airdale and Keighley Moors...West Yorkshire (15.6 miles, 25.1 km, direction N)
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In the middle ages Leeds was a wool centre and it flourished. The sheep on the Yorkshire moors providing the wool for the cottage craft industry of spinning and weaving. The.....West Yorkshire (16.5 miles, 26.5 km, direction NE)
Otley is a beautiful old town with attractive buildings in medieval courts and alleyways and a lovely parish church that dates back to Norman times...West Yorkshire (16.8 miles, 27.0 km, direction E)
Wakefield was the capital of Yorkshire's woollen industry for more than 700 years, it was an important weaving and dying centre as far back as the 13th century...Greater Manchester (17.2 miles, 27.7 km, direction W)
The countryside surrounding the town offers lakes, woods and hills, with distant Winter Hill rising to a height of 456 feet...Lancashire (17.8 miles, 28.6 km, direction W)
Padiham is a thriving Lancashire town lying on the Calder River. It is most famous as the home of Gawthorpe Hall, a noted country estate built early in the 17th-century for the.....Historic Market Town in the county of North Yorkshire (18.2 miles, 29.3 km, direction N)
Long considered "The Gateway to the Dales" which lye to the north, moors extend southwards, and the tranquil countryside of the Ribble Valley is to the west...
Beautiful wooded valley with 19th-century Gibson Mill at its heart, an exemplar of sustainable energy. This is the flagship.....
Home of the wicked Prioress who bled the unsuspecting Robin Hood to death. All that remains today is the Priory Gatehouse and.....
Marsden Moor was gifted to the National Trust in 1955 by Captain Sir Joseph Benedict Everard Henry Radcliffe in lieu of death.....
The approach to Cliffe Castle Museum, gives the visitor little hint of the amazing treat in store, for awaiting is a magnificent.....
For a glorious day out amongst spectacular countryside where you get an evocative glimpse into the past there are few properties.....
Healey Dell Nature Reserve on the Whitworth - Rochdale border, sits in a picturesque part of the Spodden Valley. Rich with flora.....
Kirkstall Abbey is one of Yorkshire's finest ruined Cistercian abbey's. It was founded in the 12th-century from which much of.....
Formerly the largest woollen mill in the world, Armley Mills is now a museum which explores the rich industrial past of Leeds...
This is an exciting, fascinating tourist attraction that is both fun and thought provoking for all the family. It has fast.....
Outstanding country park originally landscaped in the 1760's by Richard Woods. The park surrounds a magnificent hall designed by.....
The Royal Armouries Museum occupies a dazzling modern building set beside the river. At nightfall it becomes one of the town's.....