Gibson Mill, Hebden Bridge

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  • Whilst it won't take you very long, it is interesting to look around. Not much left inside. Joins onto NT cafe.  more »
  • Recently re-furbished with study facilities and excellent environmental credentials (waterless WC's, etc.). Located within Hardcastle Crags so paid car parking (or long walk in) required.  more »
  • I have visited Gibson mill several times. It is a lovely walk to reach the mill and it is a great stopping point for tea, lunch and cake before from setting off again. The staff are very friendly and ...  more »
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  • This is a welcome place for a stop in the woods. Pleasant cafe. They do now have some free-from items. Staff work well to keep the cafe clean. There is disabled parking at the rear of the mill. Not aware of any disabled toilet.(The toilet block is a short distance away upstairs above a wormery). A good place to go to with nice walks along the river. The mill itself has wheel chair access.
  • Had a fantastic time here. Parked in the National Trust car park around a mile away from the mill. This meant we could have a gorgeous walk through the woods before hand, walking along the stream and jumping over the stepping stones. The mill itself was great too, it's main theme was about being self-sufficient in regards to power. But there was also a dressing up room with some old one-armed bandits. We bought a fishing net at the mill for my son to use along the stream on the way back to the car. Would definitely recommend.
  • Beautiful place, bit of a trek mind, but a beautiful trek. Don't mean to stab the south of England in the back but we don't get the like of this down south. Great for dogs I am informed, great for kids. My 6 year old daughter walked the whole way, confirming this, saying that she was perfectly happy walking all that way on a "rocky walk" because it wasn't boring. In fact she wailed a cry of perfect anguish when we got to the cafe, because she wanted to carry on walking. Unprecedented. Where does this leave a 6 year old girl walking in the south of England exactly? Exactly nowhere. Anyroad I massively digress. So maybe you are scanning this review for details about the car park, and not what floats an infant's boat. Yeah, it's astronomical, what can you do, you are just going to have to live with it dude. The National Trust Caff has an interesting and steeply pitched menu. Sandwiches north of 4 earthpounds for Humus and Sundried Tomatoes, intriguingly, and sames for your standard egg sandwich, but with truffle oil upgrade. Not such a shoddy idea when you really think about it, but was this the time and the place? I could not be entirely sure. The humus sandwich, bought in error, was unexpectedly gratifying. However it was the liquid lunch which I was particularly grateful to the National Trust for, locally sourced Hebden Bridge numbers, warming the innards lightly for the walk back. A couple of other pretty cool things, for kids and otherwise. You gotta love it's green credentials, it being 100% self sufficient. Good information about that and I love the wormery where you can show kids, and your average ignorant adult, what happens to what they have just flushed down the toilet. Gut verk.
  • Good cafe. Nice valley. Great for walks.
  • Beautiful woodland. Variety of walks and a nice cafe at Gibson Mill

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