Holmfirth

Millions know Holmfirth even though they have never visited, as this was the setting for long-running (over-running) Last of the Summer Wine. Sites linked to that show can be visited, but for some the countryside beyond the town will be a greater draw... Read More

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Old Bridge Hotel

Old Bridge Hotel

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Situated in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales, this hotel sits imposingly by the River Holme and offers excellent pub-style food. The historic Old Bridge Hotel, famed for the warmth of ... More

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Old Stoney Bank

Old Stoney Bank

Set in over eight acres of garden and woodland, Old Stoney Bank commands prime views over the fishing lake that forms one of the many features of the extensive grounds. The landscaped terraced gardens that ... More | Double Room: From £60 | visit website

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The Huntsman Inn

The Huntsman Inn

Situated on the picturesque and historical Saddleworth Moor, The Huntsman Inn welcomes you to the Delight of West Yorshire and the famous village of Holmfirth - the setting of the popular TV series - Last ... More | visit website

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White Horse Inn (0.18 miles)

White Horse Inn
The White Horse is a warm, cosy, relaxing Inn with recently renovated bed and breakfast accommodation, situated in the village of Jackson Bridge on the outskirts of Holmfirth. The pub came to fame in the ... More | visit website
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Red Lion Inn (1.57 miles)

Red Lion Inn
A real Yorkshire pub with a typically warm and friendly Yorkshire welcome, the Red Lion Inn is situated in 'Summer Wine' country at Jackson Bridge near Holmfirth, in the West Yorkshire Pennines.

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The Woodman Inn (3.50 miles)

The Woodman Inn
The Woodman Inn boasts the exceptionally good walking country of the southern Pennines nearby, as well as a fascinating choice of attractions a few minutes drive away. These include Holmfirth, Bronte Country, the Royal Armouries, ... More | visit website
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Innkeepers Lodge (4.26 miles)

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Situated just off the a629 for kirkburton, the lodge is on the right in penistone road. local attractions include victoris tower, the bronte way, oakwell hall, holmfirth (where they film ... More

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Titanic Spa Apartments (4.72 miles)

Titanic Spa Apartments

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Situated in a converted Textile mill in Yorkshire, 4 miles from the centre of Huddersfield, the Titanic Spa Apartments are located in the historic site of Titanic Mill. The apartments ... More

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The Fountain Inn (4.99 miles)

The Fountain Inn
Nestled in the foothills of the Southern Pennines; The Fountain Inn at Ingbirchworth is close to the Peak District National Park and is well renowned for being located in “the last of the summer wine” ... More | visit website
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Huddersfield Hotel (5.19 miles)

Huddersfield Hotel

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The Huddersfield Hotel is a traditional hotel in the centre of the old wosted town of Huddersfield. It is situated in the town centre and is only a 5minute walk ... More

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George Hotel (5.31 miles)

George Hotel

Directly opposite the railway station, in the heart of Huddersfield, this beautifully preserved classic Victorian railway hotel is known around the world as the birthplace of Rugby League. Originally built in 1851, the George Hotel has ... More | visit website

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Dog & Partridge Country Inn & Hotel (5.32 miles)

Dog & Partridge Country Inn & Hotel

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This family run inn has a history that dates back to the Elizabethan period. Located within the Peak National Park, the Dog & Partridge is an excellent base for exploring ... More

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The Spiral (5.34 miles)

The Spiral

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Standing high in the Pennines yet convenient for Sheffield, Barnsley, Huddersfield, Leeds and the M1/M62 motorways, both business guests and holiday makers will benefit immediately from stunning accommodation, fantastic Pennine ... More

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