Holmfirth is the largest market town in the Holme Valley, and although the town is perhaps most famous as the home of Compo, Clegg and Foggy, there is much, much more for visitors to see and do.
Holmfirth has a thriving artistic community, including the celebrated landscape painter, Ashley Jackson. The town boasts many delightful gift shops and craft galleries for you to browse at leisure. Why not coincide your visit with Holmfirth Folk Festival every May or Holmfirth Art Week annually in July.
Filming for ‘Last of the Summer Wine’ takes place over a wide area. Fans of the series can visit the locations of Sid’s Café and Nora Batty’s steps for a truly authentic experience, or take a Summer Wine tour to explore further. Enjoy the Summer Wine Exhibition, or take tea at the Wrinkled Stocking Tea Room.
The town is surrounded by the breathtaking scenery of the South Pennines and the Peak District National Park, and is traversed by the Pennine Cycleway, making it an ideal area for walking, cycling, touring and exploring.
With a wide range of accommodation in all price ranges, why not extend your stay and browse our selection of luxurious hotels, homely bed and breakfasts and cosy self-catering cottages.