Todmorden is located on the border of Yorkshire and Lancashire, easily accessible by road and rail, and within easy distance of Manchester and Leeds Bradford airports
Old East View rests on the hillside approximately one mile from Todmorden town centre.
Todmorden is a thriving market town in the heart of the Pennines at the meeting of three narrow river valleys, on the Yorkshire / Lancashire border.
Todmorden is the perfect base from which to explore the Calderdale Way, Pennine Way, Peak District, and the Yorkshire Dales - whether on foot, bicycle or even horseback! The rugged Yorkshire landscape challenges rock climbers and mountain bikers whilst offering spectacular views all year round.
Located near the M62 motorway, Todmorden is also a very handy base to explore Manchester, Leeds, and York, and can easily be reached by car and train from anywhere in the country.
If you don't fancy travelling anywhere at all once you've arrived at Todmorden, then don't worry: there are plenty of amazing views, interesting walks, and lots of wildlife right on our doorstep!
The name Todmorden first appears in 1641 and is generally accepted to mean "Totta's boundary-valley". During the Industrial Revolution the area thrived as the home to the Fielden family, Britain's largest textile producers. Their patronage saw the building of many of Todmorden's greatest landmarks such as the impressive Town Hall, Grade I listed Unitarian Church and Dobroyd Castle.
More recently Todmorden has become famous as the home of Incredible Edible, a community project in which the town's public areas are transformed various sustainability projects - even attracting the interest of Prince Charles!
The town's latest landmark is the Lucky Dog, a curiously lifelike statue found in the ruins of the Fielden mansion in Centre Vale Park. The Lucky Dog was featured on Derren Brown's "The Experiments" programme on Channel 4.