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Where should we stay in Huddersfield?
The welcoming destination of Huddersfield is a good choice if you've been thinking about a trip with your children. The bowling, sporting events and archaeological sites are just a few things that make this an attractive family holiday destination. Fly into Leeds (LBA-Leeds Bradford), which is located 16.2 mi (26 km) from the city centre. Huddersfield offers 12 child-friendly hotels and other types of accommodation so you have plenty of options when choosing where to stay.
Families on holiday have positive things to say about these types of accommodation:
The Croppers Arms: Offers a restaurant, free parking and free WiFi. Guests like the breakfast options and helpful staff at this 3-star inn.
Cedar Court Huddersfield/Halifax – Features an indoor pool, a restaurant and free parking. This 4-star hotel is popular with guests for its quiet location.
Huddersfield Central Lodge – Offers free parking, free breakfast and laundry facilities. Guests like the central location and helpful staff at this 3-star hotel.
When should we visit Huddersfield?
You're likely hoping for good weather for your family holiday. You can use these tips to decide when to grab the children and head to Huddersfield.
- Hottest months: July, August, June and September, with an average temperature of 18°F
- Coldest months: January, December, February and March, with an average temperature of 2°F
- Driest months: March, April, May and June, with an average rainfall of 1 inches
- Rainiest months: August, September, October and November, with an average rainfall of 2 inches
What should we see and do in Huddersfield?
While you and your family are visiting Huddersfield, you may want to explore some child-friendly attractions such as Lawrence Batley Theatre, Huddersfield Art Gallery and John Smith's Stadium. Make sure that you have plenty of time to take in activities in the area such as Eureka The National Children's Museum, National Coal Mining Museum and Kirkstall Abbey.Huddersfield is also well-known for the:
- Historical sites
- Archaeological sites
Getting around Huddersfield
If you want to see more of the area, ride aboard a train from Huddersfield Station, Lockwood Station or Berry Brow Station. Huddersfield might not have many public transport options to choose from so consider a car rental to maximise your time.