Home to cobbled streets, quaint shops, cafès and fabulous restaurants, Honley is well worth a visit. Fire & Ice promises to grill food to perfection. Selling flowers by day, Gerts transforms into the Grape Room wine bar each weekend. Or choose Mustard and Punch for the best in local and seasonal produce.
Coddy's Farm is a family run business bursting with passion. Stay on this working farm, and join the family for a full-on muddy boots tour of the farm, and learn a new skill with seasonal cookery and butchery courses - make delicious sausages and pork pies. Grab a hand-made packed lunch full of local produce, and set off for the hills…with the Peak District National Park on the doorstep you’ll find plenty of walking and cycling trials. Further your knowledge with a guided tour at Pure North Cider Press or Holmfirth Vineyard.
Popular with locals are the Golden Cock bistro pub in Farnley Tyas; Emley’s Three Acres, The Clothiers Arms with its children’s play area and The Woodman Inn with its real fire and quaint location. They may be tiny, but Quirky Corner and Mezze have big reputations for outstanding food and customer service.
Stock up on local produce
Honley Bakery and The Old Bridge Bakery have a delectable selection of cakes, bread and treats. Stock up on specialty cheeses and meats at J Brindon Addy, Thorncliffe and Hinchliffes Farm Shops, and Holmfirth Sunday Market – perfect for picnics. Pick your own summer fruits at Bentley Grange and drench with lavish quantities of thick double cream from Delph House Farm (famous for award winning Yummy Yorkshire Ice Cream); or spread the holy grail of Yorkshire Cheeses ‘Barncliffe Brie’ onto freshly baked bread from Yorkshire Fine Cheese.