Staff were very attentive and helpful.
The building and gardens are superb.
There are lots of nooks and crannies and you can get lost walking around the hotel but only for a moment or two.
Breakfast is a must. A proper full Yorkshire breakfast preceded by a good selection of cereals and fruit. Proper fresh orange juice rounded of by what tasted like home made marmalade and jam. Plenty of tea and coffee.
Got a complimentary glass of wine on arrival which was a nice touch.
Will definitely be using again.
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I enjoyed my stay at the Old Post Office where I stayed for 2 nights. 24 hour access to rooms via a back entrance. Transport is good with easy access to trains and buses. Rooms were adequate for what I paid although there is no tea/coffee facilities in the room. One problem was that there is no wardrobe space and only a set of drawers to store your clothes and no coat hangers or coathooks at all.
Chris and Christa have created the perfect B &B. I could not fault it. The house is beautiful in a lovely location. Every comfort is provided : from a tin of fresh coffee and a cafetierre in the bedroom alongside the usual teas, to the huge range of books and dvd's in the elegant sitting room. There were also top quality toiletries and dressing gowns. Breakfast was legendary, with the largest selection of quality preserves I'd ever seen, including a block of the most delicious local honeycomb. Add to that charming, helpful hospitality and you have B&B heaven. Thank you!
Located in a lovely village setting with a pleasing view. There didn't seem to be many staff and was very quiet. Was a little shabby in places but the room was comfortable well stocked with coffee and tea facilities and was very clean. It didn't seem that the restaurant was open, which was a shame with such a setting. This meant we had to take our customer to other outlets in the area. A little more customer interaction would have been nice but we had a super time and was very pleased with the cost of the stay. It was a good base to visit the outlying areas.
A city of more than 80,000 in West Yorkshire, Halifax played a crucial role during the Industrial Revolution. Halifax was home to wool manufacturing from the 15th century onward. Eureka! The Museum for Children is a popular tourist attraction. Halifax is also known for its amateur choral and thespian societies, of which both groups perform regularly for the public.
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