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Rogerthorpe Manor Country House Hotel
Thorpe Lane

West Yorkshire

WF9 1AB | View map

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Set in glorious countryside - yet only minutes from the A1/M62 road links, this impressive Grade 2 listed Jacobean Manor has been restored to a 24 bedroom hotel. Boasting an Oak Panelled restaurant, large Banqueting Suites, Conference and Syndicate Rooms, all offering the best in quality and value for money.

Providing services to both our commercial and private sectors, we at Rogerthorpe are proud to offer our professional services to you. Whether you require small business meetings or large regional presentations, Rogerthorpe Manor can impart quality and strength to any occasion.

Our hotel bedrooms are all 'en-suite' and are equipped with telephone, TV, trouser press and tea and coffee facilities. Should you have a VIP guest, then our luxury suites will fit the bill. The serene and quiet nature of the Manor creates a perfect venue for Dinner Parties, Private Functions, Meetings, Conferences, Weddings, or just a quiet drink.


Ratings/Awards: AA 3 Star
Number of Rooms: 24
Number Ensuite: 24
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Name: Oak
Cuisine: English/French
Chef: Mark Ancill
Awards: RAC 1 Ribbon

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