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Hotels in Dewsbury

Heath Cottage Hotel
Wakefield Road
Dewsbury
West Yorkshire

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Heath Cottage is a fine example of early Victorian architecture, offering superb facilities in Dewsbury, West Yorkshire. A Yorkshire welcome awaits you in one of our excellent en-suite bedrooms. Heath Cottage is ideally situated within 3 miles of the M1 and M62 motorways networks; Leeds/Bradford Airport can be reached in 40 minutes by car and Wakefield Inter City train station is just ten minutes away.

Originally built in 1850, the cottage is a fine example of early Victorian architecture. The hotel has extensive dining and banqueting facilities with the elegant restaurant offering both A'la Carte and Table d'Hote menus. The 28 bedrooms and suites are superbly appointed and individually decorated. The comfort and style of the bedrooms give Heath Cottage a home from home atmosphere, while offering its guests every modern amenity. All bedrooms have en-suite facilities, direct telephones, colour TVs, radio alarms, ironing facilities and hospitality trays. Heath Cottage is also licensed for Civil Weddings. Free parking is available for all guests.

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Number of Rooms: 28
Number Ensuite: 28
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