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Situated in Bradford, this hotel is 0.8 mi (1.3 km) from Richard Dunn Sports Centre and within 3 miles (5 km) of Bradford Ice Arena and National Science and ...
£38 per night for 2 guestsBest Western Bradford Guide Post Hotel£38
It's little wonder that visitors flock to West Yorkshire at all times of the year to enjoy the county's rich heritage, diverse cultural attractions and magnificent landscapes of open heath land, river valleys and the foothills of the eastern Pennines. There are so many things to enjoy here for all ages of visitor and plenty of accommodation options too. From historic grand hotels in the centre of Leeds or Bradford to a guesthouse in Wakefield or Halifax, West Yorkshire hotels offer accommodation to suit every pocket and taste. If you're in the Bradford area, be sure to visit Bolling Hall Museum, one of Bradford's oldest and most impressive buildings.
Located just a mile from the centre of Bradford, Bolling Hall Museum was the country seat of two prominent local families, the Tempests and Bollings. Its exhibitions and collections trace the families' histories and include original artefacts from the time of their ascendancy, covering a total of 500 years. Parts of Bolling Hall are medieval but the building is a rambling mixture of different styles. It featured prominently during the Siege of Bradford during the English Civil War, when it was a Royalist stronghold. Based in a West Yorkshire hotel or guesthouse in the area, Bolling Hall makes a great destination for a daytrip.
Bolling Hall is set in attractive gardens, but it's the inside of the building that provides most of the interest. The various rooms are decorated and furnished in a variety of historic styles, and give you a real feeling of how life used to be lived by the families here at different times. One of the big attractions is a bed made by Thomas Chippendale, which was originally intended for Harewood House. Something else to look out for when you visit Bolling Hall from your West Yorkshire hotel base is the White Lady, the resident ghost. She pulled the bedclothes off the Earl of Newcastle when he was Royalist commander here, in a bid to prevent him from massacring the citizens when the town was taken. Apparently, it worked!