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Best Western Guide Post Hotel
Common Road
Low Moor

Bradford
West Yorkshire

BD12 0ST | View map
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The Guide Post is one of Bradford's finest hotels. With our superb facilities, convenient location and very high standards of service our hotel is the ideal choice for both business and leisure visitors.

The hotel is situated 2 miles from J26 of the M62.
Easy access into the business and shopping centres of Bradford and Leeds.
The hotel has 42 en-suite bedrooms.
Fully licensed restaurant offering first class English and Continental cuisine.
2 Meeting rooms ideal for conference or business events.
2 function suites providing an attractive venue for a party, wedding or other special occasion.
Situated in Bradford, the heart of West Yorkshire, close to many of the region's famous tourist attractions.
Free car parking.
WIFI Internet Available

We will do our utmost to ensure your stay at The Guide Post Hotel Bradford is fulfilling and enjoyable! Contact us now to arrange your stay, whether it be a holiday, business event, wedding or other special occasion.

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Ratings/Awards: AA 3 Star
Number of Rooms: 42
Number Ensuite: 42
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Restaurant

Name: Guidepost Hotel Restaurant
Cuisine: English, Italian & French
Chef: Stephen Hartshorne
Awards: 3 Rosettes

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Parking - Free
Credit Cards Accepted
Room Service
Disabled Access
Open All Year
TV in Rooms
Satellite TV
Conference/Business Facilities

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