Hurstwood Hall Guest House is steeped in local history. It was built in 1579 by the Towneley family and is a Grade II star listed building that retains many of its original features.
Hurstwood Hall offers bespoke accommodation whether you are visiting for business or pleasure.
The rooms at Hurstwood Hall are spacious and unique with Egyptian cotton bedding on super king size beds, Penhaligon's toiletries, large fluffy towels and bathrobes.
There are tea and coffee making facilities and other treats. The rooms have free wi-fi. There is a large residents’ drawing room where breakfast is taken.
Hurstwood and the surrounding area offer a wealth of activities, whether visiting for work or pleasure. There are numerous walks, running routes for the more energetic, mountain biking trails, horse riding and fishing.
The Hall is placed on the forty four mile Mary Towneley Loop and this is an ideal place from which to base any outdoor activity.
The Hall is in easy reach of Bronte country and numerous picturesque market towns, including Hebden Bridge, Skipton and Clitheroe. The cities of Manchester, Leeds, Preston and Liverpool are a short distance away. There are excellent road, bus and rail links.
The Spenser Room is named after the poet, Edmund Spenser who lived in the village. The room is a large, luxurious room with super king size bed, sitting area and “viewing room”. There is a separate large bathroom with power shower over the bath. The room boasts tea and coffee making facilities, widescreen television and free wi-fi.