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Situated in a rural location, this eco-friendly hotel is within 3 miles (5 km) of Greenhead Park, Huddersfield Golf Club and Huddersfield Town Hall. Lawrence ...
Cedar Court Huddersfield/Halifax£37Cedar Court Huddersfield/Halifax£37
Situated in a rural location, this hotel is 2.3 mi (3.7 km) from Colne Valley Museum and within 6 miles (10 km) of Greenhead Park and Huddersfield Town Hall. ...
The Old Golf House Hotel£39The Old Golf House Hotel£39
From the moorlands of the far north at Ilkley to the deep gorges to the east of Leeds, there's no shortage of richly varied landscapes here. The great towns and cities like Huddersfield have an often beautifully preserved industrial heritage as well as plenty of more modern attractions. There are also plenty of excellent accommodation options, in the form of hotels, guesthouses and B&Bs, where you'll find a warm welcome and decent rates.
Huddersfield has a particularly rich and noble heritage, with attractions which include everything from an ancient fort dating from the Iron Age to award-winning architecture from the Victorian era. The Huddersfield area is associated with the Bronte sisters, and you can soak up the literary atmosphere in the Red House, a beautifully restored period dwelling with exhibitions about the sisters and attractive gardens in the fashionable 18th century style. Oakwell Hall and Dewsbury Manor both have Bronte connections and both are open to the public. There are several heritage trails in and around Huddersfield which reveal much more about the city's colourful past when you stay at a local Huddersfield hotel.
The Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival, held every November since 1978, is definitely something to look out for when you're in this area and staying at a West Yorkshire hotel or guesthouse. This is a university town which really comes alive then, and a range of different musical performances are staged at multiple venues including mills, museums and galleries. Or drop in to the Lawrence Batley Theatre any evening for a play or opera when you're based at a Huddersfield guesthouse or hotel in the neighbourhood.
West Yorkshire was at one time the textile manufacturing heartland of the Industrial Revolution and the world centre of worsted production. Towns and cities like Halifax inspired Blake's vision of Hell with their 'dark satanic mills' and feverish activity. Today however things have settled down, and the county is a major tourist destination for visitors looking for outdoor fun and urban culture.