Visiting our friendly village?
You’re in for a real treat!

If you live nearby, there are lots of great reasons to visit Honley. Stock up on locally sourced fresh food or browse our gift shops and boutiques. Enjoy an evening to remember with delicious food, craft beers and great company at one of our restaurants. Or join us for one of our many village events.

Staying a while? Then take time to explore our village. Step back in time as you wander along cobbled streets and marvel at the centuries-old weavers’ cottages that are a reminder of our industrial textile heritage. Venture a little further to see the best of our stunning countryside on a Honley walk.

Word of warning though, Honley might be easy to find, but it can be hard to leave.

Explore our village

More to see, more to do

Eat, Drink
and relax

Walk and wonder

By car

If you’re travelling by car from Huddersfield, you’ll find Honley on the main Huddersfield Road (A616) out of Huddersfield. If you’re coming from Holmfirth, then we’re a mile down Woodhead Road (A6024) as you head for Huddersfield. For sat nav, postcode HD9 6AA will take you to Honley village centre.

By Bus

Travelling to Honley by public transport is easy. We’re on several First Bus routes heading into and out of Huddersfield. The 308 runs through the village, while the 310, 314, 316 and X11 all stop at Honley Bridge before heading to Brockholes, Holmfirth and beyond. Check First Bus timetables here

By Train

We even have our own train station. It’s up by Honley High School and just off the aptly named Station Road. The Northern service on The Penistone Line runs between Huddersfield and Sheffield via Barnsley. Trains in both directions are hourly. Plan your journey and buy tickets here.

By Bike

Use the handy Cyclestreet planner to plot your cycle route into Honley. Whether you’re a confident or not so confident cyclist, it’ll work out a route that suits you.

Parking In Honley

There are 2 car parks in Honley; one on Westgate on your left as you travel up the hill into the village. The second is off to the right, on New Street, behind the shops. You’ll find plenty of on-street parking too. View parking information here

Penistone Line Partnership

Penistone Line Partnership is a not-for-profit Community Rail organisation working with communities along the Penistone Line. See what’s on here.

Honley Village