Todmorden

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Saturday: 9am - 5pm
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Bank Hols: 10am - 4pm

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Places to stay in Todmorden

Todmorden lies alongside the Pennine Way, with immediate access to a whole network of footpaths, cycle routes and bridleways for unlimited exploration. Set in a valley within the Pennines, it is surrounded on all sides with natural beauty, and whether you're exploring the countryside or the narrow streets and shops of the town you'll enjoy fantastic views and a gentle, peaceful atmosphere.

As well as walking and exploring, you'll find a number of landmarks in the area, as well as plenty of parks and gardens to enjoy. The town's bustling nightlife means there are plenty of places to stop for dinner, while the YHA hostel offers self-catering and a small communal area, ideal for a quiet night in with the family.

 
Hostels in Todmorden
Hostels in Todmorden

YHA Mankinholes, our Todmorden hostel, is situated in a 16th century manor house just on the edge of the neighbouring moorlands. Promising comfortable, family-friendly accommodation and self-catering facilities, it's the ideal location for walking, cycling and exploring the Pennines.

 

Five Free Things To Do In Todmorden

Pennine Way
The Pennine Way is a long walking trail which starts at the Peak District and works its way over the Yorkshire Dales to the Cheviots. Start and finish wherever you like, you'll always find fantastic views and a wealth of wildlife to discover.

Centre Vale Park
Alongside the beautiful Buckley Wood is Centre Vale Park, a scenic green area with a children's play area, sculpture trail, bandstand and memorial garden, as well as an aviary and a reptile house.

Stoodley Pike
The walk to nearby Stoodley Pike is particularly attractive, and the landmark itself is an impressive beacon built to commemorate the end of the Napoleonic Wars, set on a hill with amazing views over the Pennines.

Todmorden
A tour of the town centre will only take an afternoon, and it's worth exploring. The markets are popular across the wider area, while on a rainy day the Toy and Model Museum is the ideal retreat!

Rochdale Canal
Take a walk along the riverside, or stop along the bank for a picnic - it's a great place to rest and watch the boats go past, and a good chance to see a number of rare birds and flora.

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