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Dimple Well Lodge Hotel
Wakefield
West Yorkshire

WF5 8JX | View map
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We like to provide you with a warm welcome at Dimple Well Lodge Hotel, with our 18th century Victorian House located in the heart of west Yorkshire. set in the town of Ossett only 2 miles away from the M1 motorway. Dimple Well Lodge Hotel is conveniently situated for visiting the many local attractions of Wakefield, Leeds, Bradford and the nearby Yorkshire Moors. Dimple Well Lodge Hotel has a stylish interior design, and the furnishings are cool with contemporary colours and materials, not the first thing you expect from a country hotel in the north of England. we have free parking, on-site restaurant that offer both the traditional English and Indian Cuisine. All our accommodation provides en-suite facilities with a family room including bathing facilities. This modern hotel provides an ideal setting for all travelers who will be surrounded by friendly, courteous and professional staff, all waiting to be of service to you. And if you're looking for that something special, look no further, the hotel has its very own unique cottage with a twin Jacuzzi and real effect log fire in the luxury lounge area.

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