Oxenhope is the terminus of the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway, an authentic steam railway which runs along the valley to Haworth and on down to Keighley. Above the village is the hamlet of Leeming, and Leeming Reservoir.
Oxenhope is also famous for hosting the Oxenhope Straw Race - a charity event which supports the local Sue Ryder Manorlands hospice and which usually takes place sometime in July.
Accommodation in and around OxenhopeThe following (externally maintained) websites provide accommodation in and around the area (and are listed in approximate rotating alphabetical order):
- Quarry Bank House
- Upwood Holiday Park
- Barn to Rest - Lovely converted Yorkshire stone barn dating back to 1823 with large private garden offering luxury accommodation. Round corner from Oxenhope Worth Valley Railway Station.
- LateRooms - accommodation in and around Oxenhope
- The Leeming Wells Hotel
Other Oxenhope websites
The following (externally maintained) Oxenhope related websites may also be of interest:
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