Gomersal Park Hotel
The Gomersal Park Hotel is a privately owned hotel, set in beautiful parkland yet only 5 minutes from both Junction 26 & 27 of the M62 and is located at the very heart of West Yorkshire. The hotel is
Healds Hall Hotel
Welcome to Healds Hall, a wonderful hotel, restaurant and function venue located in Liversedge just outside Leeds, Bradford and Wakefield. Our award winning restaurant has a great selection of
Woodlands Hotel
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Victoria Hotel
The Great Victoria offers a host of facilities and services designed to make your stay in Bradford as enjoyable as possible. Combining old character in the form of 1800's grandeur with contemporary
The Bradford Hotel
Located in the heart of central Bradford, The Bradford Hotel provides an elegant refuge in the midst of the bustling city. Two minutes' walk to Bradford Interchange railway station, near the M62, and
The Corn Mill Lodge
We have 76 rooms available for short breaks, weekend breaks, and business stop overs. We also have a 120 seat restaurant, serving traditional English food, to the best food on offer from the
The Black Horse Inn
From all at The Black Horse Inn, a hotel and restaurant set in the quiet rural village of Clifton in West Yorkshire. Here at The Black Horse Inn we have a long standing reputation for serving fine
Heath Cottage Hotel & Restaurant
Originally built in 1850, Heath Cottage is a fine example of early Victorian architecture. The main Victorian residence and original coaching house have been sympathetically converted and extended
Waterfront Lodge Hotel
Prego is the perfect place to celebrate! Our venue offers a modern, flexible function suite, 54 bedrooms and catering from Prego restaurant with buffet menus starting at £8 & seated meals from £10
Lane Head
The Hotel, a renovated 17th century Coaching Inn, still retains many original features. The open fireplaces, ancient beams and oak panelling give more than a hint of the good days gone by. However,