I had stayed for the previous 4 nights with no problem. On this visit u had a front downstairs room which had an unpleasant odour from a previous occupant. Otherwise breakfast splendid and bed very comfortable. The road is noisy however so a rear facing room is much the better option. The staff are great as is the Italian restaurant next door.
Dirty comforter on the bed, dusty picture frames and round bottom of drawers, wardrobe etc.
Triple glazing condensates but did keep out the noise of the motorway (approx 200 metres away). Actual bed sheets clean, and comfy bed, they just need to check the smaller details as mentioned above.
Traveller from France
Elegantly designed in ageless Yorkshire stone and originally part of the Outline Golf Club- the hotel is surrounded by 3 …More
Hotel was quaint, comfortable and despite the fact it's a pub as well it was remarkably quiet in the room. Generous sized TV, large bed with an array of pillow options, very stylish modern bathroom, two doors (one to hotel corridor, one straight outside) for minimum hassle. Breakfast was good and plentiful (although very popular, you should get there early) and all in all, VERY worth the asking rate. Next time I'm in the area I'm staying here again :)
I had a fine stay for 5 nights in July, while I was working in Leeds.
‘ Picked off the internet, I was a little concerned that inn / tavern might mean that I was in for a bawdy or raucous evening crowd, with music blearing until the small hours, or irritating gaming machine sounds non-stop?
Not really. A little sound came through the floorboards when someone used a microphone downstairs, but fine really. My room faced a carpark at the rear.
Croppers is certainly a pub in style but in use more like a restaurant, with rooms upstairs. And quiet enough when I was there. Being an older building, some sounds did travel at quiet times - people movements about 5:30 some mornings, or the rubbish truck about 7am.
Breakfast was fine.
And the staff couldn't be more helpful, including the chefs.
Location - fine, with a little road noise from the street at the front. Loads of buses go to town in the morning, but I walked to the Huddersfield station in 15mins for trains to Leeds.
My room was fine and spacious.
Would I stay again - definitely.
Just 17 km (11 mi) south of Bradford, Huddersfield is well known for its important role in the Industrial Revolution and for being the birthplace of rugby. Full of Victorian era architecture, Huddersfield's railway station recently underwent a £1 million renovation and is the winner of the Europa Nostra award for European architecture.
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