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B and Bs in Holmfirth

Old Bridge Hotel
Market Walk
Holmfirth
West Yorkshire

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Situated in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales, this hotel sits imposingly by the River Holme and offers excellent pub-style food. The historic Old Bridge Hotel, famed for the warmth of its traditional Yorkshire hospitality, is located in the centre of the small market town of Holmfirth. Adjacent to the Peak District National Park, the town lies in the shadow of the stunning beauty of the Pennine hills with the famous Pennine Way cutting across the adjoining heather-covered moors. Though surrounded by natural beauty, the hotel is only a short drive from the major towns and cities of Manchester, Leeds, Sheffield, Bradford and Wakefield, making it an ideal venue for a relaxing break or business conference.

The welcoming bar lounge, with its genuine oak beams, large open fireplace and antique red brickwork, is famed for its generously proportioned bar meals and wide selection of superb cask beers and malt whiskies.

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