Find this converted mill, nestling in Shibden Dale, between Halifax and Bradford. A mill on this site was first recorded in 1308, during the reign of Edward II; but probably only became an inn after a serious fire in 1859.
Public rooms have exposed beams and open fires, during winter months; while their comfortable bedrooms all have en-suite bathrooms and all the expected modern facilities (such as tea & coffee making facilities and hair dryer).
They are particularly proud of their breakfasts.
While guests can relax or eat in the sitting room, a meal in their excellent dining is not to be missed.
Restaurant - Shibden Mill Restaurant
A 17th century inn which has bee sympathetically renovated by Simon and Caitlin Heaton. There has been a mill on the site since the early 14th century, and the existing building was a still used as a... more
- Pleasantly Situated
- Free Parking
- Ideal for Businesses
- Number of rooms: 11
- Rooms, ensuite: 11
- Price (single room): from £81
- Price (double room): from £100
- Prices include breakfast
- Banqueting, sit down, max: 24
- Conference, Theatre-style, max: 50
- Directions: See the map on this page