The ideal Bloomsbury Hotel, the Judd is located just minutes from King's Cross, St Pancras and Euston Rail and Underground Stations. Opened in May 2010, it offers modern, comfortable and stylish roomsat very keen prices. The hotel occupies two classic London townhouses on Cartwright Gardens, an elegant Georgian crescent overlooking gated gardens and tennis courts. The gardens and courts are available for use by guests - an oasis of tranquillity in the heart of London.
The Crown Hotel is a Traditional Locals Pub in the Town Centre. Today it is just a pub having served it's time as an Hotel in years gone by, it is affectionately known today as Crown by it's regulars.The Bar is it's main focal point with a welcoming atmosphere with friendly staff & customers and a large selection of drinks including a selection of six constantly changing Guest Cask Ale's.
The Lodge is run by the Marsden family who have been in the hospitality business in the area for over 100 years. The Huddersfield Central Lodge Hotel has inviting and comfortable bedrooms to suit yourevery need from business trips to a romantic weekend away or a family holiday with the children. Serviced studio rooms with a full kitchennette and dining areas are available on request which are ideal for medium and long term visitors and families.
At the Cambridge Hotel we offer 94 excellent quality spacious rooms at reasonable prices. Whether you are visiting Huddersfield on business, holiday or going to that all important family occasion, theCambridge Hotel is an ideal place to stay. Really liked the room size, the rooms was well designed with everything one need for a very comfortable stay plus the cleanliness of the room was excellent. The staff were very friendly and help full.
The Ashfield Hotel is a 10-minute walk from Huddersfield town centre. It's 1 mile away from Huddersfield University, only 1.3 miles from Galpharm Stadium, 1.1 miles away from Huddersfield RoyalInfirmary and a 5 minute walk away from Greenhead Park and Kirklees College. There's a bus stop right outside the Hotel with buses running regularly towards to various destinations. We are based on the A629 towards Halifax and 2.5 miles (4 km) from junction 24 off the M62.
Awaits you at The Briar Court Hotel in Huddersfield, where hospitality, friendly service and fantastic attention to detail combine seamlessly, to make it the perfect venue, whatever your reason forvisiting us. Situated in the heart of the West Yorkshire Pennines, close to J24 of the M62, the hotel gives easy access to all parts of Yorkshire and the north west with its excellent road links and is a great base to explore all that this rich and varied county has to offer.
Welcome to The Rock Hotel, nestled in the sceneic and rual village of Holywell Green - just a short drive from Halifax and Huddersfield and conveniently located halfway between Leeds and Manchester onthe M62. Now under new ownership we are a completely independent and privately owned hotel that has recently been redecorated and renovated with 27 high specification en-site rooms available at competitive rates. The restaurant serves Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner and all of the food is home made, .
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 finecuisine. With a team of highly qualified chefs we continue to create new and exciting dishes whilst retaining some of the more traditional and simple choices from a menu which changes seasonally to take advantage of locally sourced produce.
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(Restrictions apply). Complimentary room hire & accommodation offers for all private functions of 40+ guests.
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,many of the interesting items, which decorate the ceilings and walls belong more to the 20th century and include such things as: ration books, bicycles, sewing machines and other assorted artefacts too numerous and unusual to mention.