3D Nipple Tattoos – Holmfirth West Yorkshire
I am a fully qualified, licensed & insured Artistic & Medical Tattooist in Holmfirth West Yorkshire. I specialise in creating realistic permanent 3D Nipple Tattoos which won’t fade away or require constant top-ups, unlike cosmetic or NHS nipple tattoos. You can view my 3D Nipple Tattoo Gallery here.
Holmfirth is a picturesque little town, just outside Huddersfield. Its an ideal location for a tattoo studio as it is centrally located between Sheffield, Leeds and Manchester and easily reached from Cheshire, Liverpool, Bradford, the Midlands, Lincolnshire, North Yorkshire, The Lake District, Cumbria and surrounding areas. My Tattoo Studio is located 5 minutes outside Holmfirth Town Centre in a quiet village with ample parking. No need to battle busy inner city traffic.
Probably best known as the location for the vintage comedy “Last of The Summer Wine”, the countryside around Holmfirth is beautiful and perfect for walking. The town itself has many nice shops, pubs and restaurants. Many clients, if coming from a long distance, book into one of the local hotels and make a mini-break of their visit. The establishments below come recommended by locals and clients who have visited.
Places to stay
Recently refurbished so nice and fresh. Centrally located. Beer garden area outside the front to sit and have a drink on a sunny day and watch the world go by.
Nice pub and accommodation and food. A little further away [10-15 minutes to my studio] Can get a bit wild in winter as its up on the moor but stunning views and cosy fires with armchairs.
Just down the road from my studio. Basic local pub with simple but nice food, good accommodation, atmosphere and a fine range of beers. Nice landlords. Highly recommended by clients who stayed there.
Run by my lovely friend Jez and a really nice little self contained accommodation. It is up a very steep hill though if you have any trouble walking but perfectly located for both Holmfirth town centre and my Studio.
Highly rated local campsite nestled in the valley just outside Holmfirth [within walking distance.] Takes motorhomes and has glamping pods.
Places to eat and drink
Beautifully renovated and designed restaurant in an old dye house by the River Holme. Serving simple and regional Italian food and coffees. 5 minutes outside Holmfirth centre.
Town centre bar with food. Lovely cocktails and a great atmospheric cellar lounge. Great Veggie options.
Beautifully cooked Tapas & Mediterranean dishes. Can get a bit busy at peak times but always a great atmosphere and delicious food. Great Veggie options.
Nicely refurbished traditional Inn. Huge portions of well cooked food. Ten minutes outside Holmfirth.
Gourmet Burgers in Holmfirth Centre. Absolutely delicious locally sourced food and a good selection of fine craft ales. Good selection of veggie options too.
Fabulous retro experience & eatery. The carding shed features restored classic cars on display, retro motoring memorabilia and antique and retro clothing shops. The Oil Can Cafe has an extensive menu of freshly cooked food and tea served in china cups. Just outside Holmfirth Centre [1.2 miles]. Would make a nice short walk from Holmfirth [30 minutes].
Places to visit
Picturesque and fairly easy to walk around reservoir [approx 1 hour] Perfect for dogs.
Frequent “Last of The Summer Wine” location. You can walk up through the woods to the abandoned village HADES. Great for dogs.
Holmfirth does have a vineyard producing excellent local wine. Open for tours, food and afternoon tea.
Gorgeous little local bookshop with a carefully curated selection in the centre of Holmfirth. The owners James & Louise are always happy to give recommendations and point you in the direction of a new and interesting title.
If you visit for a couple of days and have a car, the following places are worth checking out
Shibden Hall, just outside Halifax, was recently featured in the BBC drama, Gentleman Jack, about its former owner, diarist Anne Lister. 13 miles – approx 35 mins drive.
Salts Mill is a giant converted Mill set in the historic conservation area of Saltaire just outside Bradford. Featuring galleries of David Hockney’s work, cafes and various shops including a fabulous book shop. The surrounding conservation area of Saltaire is architecturally fascinating, being created by Bradford mill owner Titus Salt for his workers. You can spend a full afternoon wandering around the various shops and restaurants quite happily. 21 miles approx 52 minutes drive.
Vast landscape featuring open air sculptures by a variety of ever changing artists. A gorgeous place for a walk to blow the cobwebs away whilst discovering some amazing art. Cafe and shop. 13 miles approx 25 minutes drive.
A site of suggested walking routes around the Holme Valley, especially good for dog walkers.