Hey Farm Barn Marsden

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Hey Farm Ban Marsden

Hey Farm Barn is located on the edge of Marsden, a pretty, lively Pennine Yorkshire village, next to the National Trust Estate, so you can step out of the door and be on the Moor within minutes, no need for a car or to worry about car parking. Many walks are available for all types of walkers, including the Pennine Way.

Please visit for full information on the walks available which also include organised walks with a guide all year round. The NT Estate, covering nearly 2429ha (5685 acres) of unenclosed common moorland and almost surrounding the village of Marsden, takes in the northern part of the Peak District National Park, with valleys, reservoirs, peaks and crags, as well as archaeological remains dating from pre-Roman times to the great engineering structures of the canal and railway ages.The landscape supports large numbers of moorland birds such as the golden plover, red grouse, curlew and diminutive twite. The estate is a designated SSSI and forms part of an international Special Protection Area and is a candidate Special Area of Conservation. At the National Trust Estate office, at the Old Goods Yard next to the Railway Station, is the 'Welcome to Marsden' exhibition, giving a good insight into the area.

A vast swathe of unspoilt valleys, reservoirs, peaks and crags Important conservation habitat, home to a rare variety of wildlife Archaeology, from Pre-Roman sites to the canal and railway age Memorable location for 'Last of the Summer Wine', “Where the Heart Is” and other TV programmes Extensive events and guided walks programme Nationally recognised plant sales

Marsden Village - Marsden is a small Pennine village with every amenity visitors could possibly need - local butchers, bakers and greengrocers etc.

As well as wine bars, there is a real ale pub and a wide selection of eating places including pubs, pizza restaurant and a fabulous gourmet restaurant and all within walking distance of Hey Farm Barn.

Why not time your visit to coincide with one of Marsden’s popular events? Marsden Jazz Festival is a lively annual festival that brings traditional and modern jazz to the Valley in October each year. Imbolc, a festival of fire and Marsden Cuckoo Day - an event that celebrates the arrival of Spring, are annual events held in February and April respectively.

The canal and Tunnel End are at the end of the village offering lovely walks, canal boat rides and a cafe!

There are also various events held in Huddersfield including Food and Drink Festivals, Continental Markets and Music Festivals. Marsden village has a very friendly, local atmosphere and a long history. It is also the TV location for “Last of the Summer Wine” and “Where the Heart Is” - so you will probably run into a film crew as you explore!

The local golf course is Marsden Golf Course, set on the edge of the Moors, with the most amazing views at every hole!

The Surrounding Area - The immediate surrounding area includes Holmfirth. Manchester city centre is 20 minutes by train from Marsden Railway Station. Huddersfield town centre is 15 minutes drive.

Huddersfield Narrow Canal and Tunnel End - Marsden is also the site of the Standedge Tunnel – the longest, highest and deepest canal tunnel in the country, please see

Horse riding is available at the local stables.

Booking & Availability

Hey Farm Barn is available all year round, please contact -

Rebecca tel 07932 961981 or

email for full details & rates.


Hey Farm Barn Marsden
Hey Farm Barn
Hey Farm Barn