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Hey Green Country House Hotel
Waters Road
Marsden

Huddersfield
West Yorkshire

HD7 6NG | View map

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The privately owned Hey Green is situated in the village of Marsden, on the edge of Saddleworth Moor between Oldham and Huddersfield. Nestling in several acres of woodland, this makes it the perfect setting for all types of events in the Yorkshire and Manchester areas. The Hey Green has established itself as one of the the Top Wedding venues in Saddleworth and the surrounding areas and is licensed to hold civil ceremonies. If you are looking for fine dining in Saddleworth and surrounding areas, then the 2 AA Rosette awarded brasserie is the perfect place for an intimate dinner for two or a relaxed evening with friends. Executive chef, Nigel Skinkis, has an excellent reputation and has been called "the Marco Pierre of the North".

All our bedrroms are tastefully decorated. Providing ensuite facilities with Bath and shower, sumptuous towels and Molten Brown toiletries. TV, radio direct dial telephone, trouser press, hairdryer and hopitality tray. Most of the bedrooms offer breathtaking views. The Hey Green is ideally situated for for leisure breaks, as it is within easy access to Manchester and Leeds, so whether it be for a leisure break, shoppng trip or Theatres breaks it is ideal.

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