Last of the Summer Wine country
Nicknamed 'Little Hollywood' by locals, Holmfirth is where classic TV comedy Last of the Summer Wine was filmed for over 35 years. Tread the path of Compo, Clegg and the gang at Sid's Cafe and on Nora Batty’s Steps, and take the vintage tour bus to some of the stunning filming locations. Last of the Summer wine isn’t the only reason to visit this part of West Yorkshire though. Holmfirth sits in the heart of the spectacular Holme Valley, making it ideal for walkers and nature lovers.
Peaks and Pennines
The town is surrounded by the south Pennines and Peak District National Park. No matter what time of year you visit, you’ll be rewarded with jaw-dropping landscapes. So put on your hiking boots or cycling gear, and head for the hills. The walk around Digley Reservoir offers fantastic panoramic views towards Holmfirth.
Tuck into Yorkshire grub
A short drive from Holmfirth is Hinchliffe’s Farm, Britain’s oldest farm shop. Find award-winning pies, sausages, cakes, cheeses, jams and pickles. Fresh local produce is served up in the restaurant, so why not drop by for lunch? There’s everything from beer battered fish butties and gourmet burgers to Yorkshire halloumi paninis. Looking for a cheap hotel Near Holmfirth? Travelodge Huddersfield lies to the north of the town, while further to the east you’ll find our hotels just off the M1 at Travelodge Wakefield Woolley Edge.