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Cedar Court Hotel
Denby Dale Rd
Wakefield
West Yorkshire

WF4 3QZ | View map

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On entering our hotel you will be surrounded by friendly,courteous and professional people,all waiting to be of service to you. The hotel offers a wealth of facilities, geared especially towards ensuring maximum satisfaction.

The Cedar Court Hotel offers everything you would expect from a luxury four star hotel. The hotel is set within its own grounds with extensive free parking and conveniently situated near the M1 motorway it is the ideal location for business meetings, conference and formal dinners. You'll find the hotel well-placed to access the M62 also, with Leeds, York and Harrogate all on the doorstep therefore making us the ideal place for an overnight stay, whether for the business person, the holiday-maker with children or the disabled. Whatever your needs, we will ensure you stay is both comfortable and enjoyable.

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