Huddersfield

Huddersfield has several historical claims-to-fame, as Harold Wilsonís birthplace and that of Rugby League too for example. A university town that to its south has lovely countryside dotted with pleasant villages including the well-known Holmfirth... Read More

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Huddersfield Events

March
Huddersfield Green Fest
April
Byram Arcade Vintage Fair
June
Honley Agricultural Show
August
Emley Agricultural Show
Huddersfield Food & Drink Festival
September
Holmfirth Food and Drink Festival
November
Contemporary Music Festival
Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival
Huddersfield Victorian Christmas Fair
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Hotels in Huddersfield - 20 places to stay

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Pennine Manor Hotel

Pennine Manor Hotel

The Pennine Manor Hotel provides all the luxury facilities you would expect to find in a modern, purpose built hotel. You will also find we offer a level of personal care which reflects the true ... More | visit website

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George Hotel

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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Hey Green Country House Hotel

Hey Green Country House Hotel

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The privately owned Hey Green is situated in the village of Marsden, on the edge of Saddleworth Moor between Oldham and Huddersfield. Nestling in several ... More

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Bagden Hall Hotel

Bagden Hall Hotel
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Set in 40 acres of beautiful parkland, Bagden Hall has all the facilities of a modern hotel, yet retains the charm and character of an English country house. We have ... More | Double Room: £90 - £125
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The Huddersfield Hotel

The 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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Cedar Court Hotel

Cedar Court Hotel

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The Cedar Court Hotel offers you facilities which capture the warmth and professional attitude you would expect. Cedar Court is the ideal place to escape and relax after a long day. Each ... More

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Old Golf House Hotel

Old Golf House Hotel

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Elegantly designed in ageless Yorkshire stone and originally part of the Outlane Golf Club, the hotel is surrounded by three acres of beautiful landscaped gardens. The interior of the hotel ... More | visit website

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Huddersfield Hotel

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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Durker Roods Hotel

Durker Roods Hotel
Durker Roods Hotel is a stunning 2 star Victorian hotel situated in the beautiful countryside of West Yorkshire; where you can enjoy the beauty of an almost undiscovered part of the United Kingdom. York ... More | visit website
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Holiday Inn Leeds/Brighouse

Holiday Inn Leeds/Brighouse

Welcome to the Leeds Brighouse hotel, a charming building in the West Yorkshire countryside surrounded by rolling hills, the hotel is a convenient location for Leeds, Halifax and Huddersfield, and Bradford. The city of Manchester ... More | visit website

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