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Saville Guest House
78 Saville Street
Wakefield
West Yorkshire

WF1 3LN | View map

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The Saville Guest house is a pleasant friendly place to stay. All rooms are en-suite with all the many of the latest modern amenities. Saville Guest House is a family owned guest house only 5 minutes walk from the busy town centre of Wakefield in Yorkshire.

Wakefield is a busy Yorkshire town only 15 minutes from the main town of Leeds and is easy accessible from the main motorway links. Wakefield is renowned for its busy nightlife as well as being an historic cultural city. At the Saville Guest House we pride ourselves on the warm friendly atmosphere and our staff are always availiable for your assistance. We can accommodate for most needs from a business stopover to a getaway break. We also welcome contractors working away on a short or long term basis as well as stag/hen/group bookings which can be arranged under a special tarriff.

Rooms are availiable with or without ensuite facilities and range from single to multibed rooms. All our rooms include tea/coffee making facilities,television and radio alarm clocks. Free parking is availiable and free VIP entry to a local nightclub is also availiable to all our guests.

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