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Pennine Manor Hotel
Nettleton Hill Road/Scapegoat
Huddersfield
West Yorkshire

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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 traditional Yorkshire hospitality.

The quality of our 30 comfortable en-suite bedrooms, excellent choice of food and attentive service are features, which we take special pride in providing for our guests. The tasteful decor and open fireplace in the attractive restaurant are designed to create a relaxing atmosphere. We also cater to vegetarian as well as other special diets and are open seven days a week, all year round.The Best Western Pennine Manor Hotel is ideally located to experience the rich variety of English heritage. Howarth, home of the Brontes and Holmfirth, made famous in Last Of The Summer Wine are only a short drive away. The Yorkshire Dales, Herriot Country and The Peak District National Park are also easily accessible.

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