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March 2018: Vale of Belvoir

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Budget accommodation in Huddersfield - 7 places to stay

Huddersfield has several historical claims-to-fame, as Harold Wilson’s birthplace and that of Rugby League too for example. A university town that to its south has lovely countryside dotted with pleasant villages including the well-known Holmfirth... Read More.

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Premier Inn Huddersfield North

Ideally located within easy reach of the M62. Galpharm stadium is a local attraction near to this Premier Inn. Conveniently located for Huddersfield train station. Our Huddersfield North Premier Inn has everything you'd expect, incredibly comfy ... More | visit website
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Premier Inn Huddersfield West

Ideally situated at junction 24 of the M62 for easy access to Huddersfield, Leeds, Bradford and Manchester. Conveniently located for Huddersfield train station. For shops and local amenities Huddersfield town centre is only 4 miles ... More | visit website
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Huddersfield Central Lodge

Huddersfield Central Lodge
Free WiFi internet connection available throughout the premises.

The Huddersfield Central Lodge is independently run by the Marsden family. The lodge has a reputation for friendliness. We are 4 star accredited guest accommodation ... More | Double Room: £68 | visit website
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Waterfront Lodge

Waterfront Lodge

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Quality designer accommodation at a realistic price on the banks of a picturesque canal. Within easy reach of Leeds, Manchester, Halifax, ... More

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Innkeepers Lodge

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Situated just off the a629 for kirkburton, the lodge is on the right in penistone road. local attractions include victoris tower, the bronte way, oakwell hall, holmfirth (where they film ... More

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Travelodge Huddersfield Mirfield

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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George Hotel (0.19 miles)

George Hotel

Directly opposite the railway station, in the heart of Huddersfield, this beautifully preserved classic Victorian railway hotel is known around the world as the birthplace of Rugby League. Originally built in 1851, the George Hotel has ... More | visit website

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Huddersfield Hotel (0.23 miles)

Huddersfield Hotel

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The Huddersfield Hotel is a traditional hotel in the centre of the old wosted town of Huddersfield. It is situated in the town centre and is only a 5minute walk ... More

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Cambridge Guest House (0.49 miles)

Cambridge Guest House

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With only 12 rooms, this is a conveniently appointed Guest House, only half a mile from the Town Centre and Rail Station and with the same level of facilities as ... More

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Elm Crest Guest House (0.75 miles)

Elm Crest Guest House
Elm Crest was built in 1864 and was originally a Mill Owners house; shared by two brothers.Situated in the leafy suburb of Edgerton; it is surrounded by other grand and magnificant Victorian residences.The historic significance ... More | visit website
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Croppers Arms (0.88 miles)

Croppers Arms
We offer you a traditional bar with a warm and friendly atmosphere, a small but cosy dining room, 6 luxury en-suite rooms and a large car park. All rooms are en-suite and tastefully decorated. Fitted to ... More | visit website
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Heritage Lofts - Serviced Suites (1.72 miles)

Heritage Lofts - Serviced Suites
Situated in a converted textile mill, 2 miles from the centre of Huddersfield, the Heritage Lofts Serviced Suites offer contemporary, spacious but comfortable self catering accommodation. Guests can stay from 1 night to 1 year ... More | visit website
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The Gate (1.76 miles)

The Gate
Simple2Let Serviced Apartments have been developed to provide the highest standards of luxury accommodation, providing all the important facilities of your usual hotel as well as a few you may not expect!

Our exquisite, fully serviced ... More | visit website
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Briar Court Hotel (2.07 miles)

Briar Court Hotel

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The Briar Court Hotel combines great service with excellent facilities. Da Sandro Restaurant offers diners an authentic Italian experience not to be missed; with traditional log-burning pizza oven. Situated in ... More

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Elder Lea House (2.53 miles)

Elder Lea House

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Elder Lea House is the only 5 Star Gold Award (Visit Britain graded) in the area offering high quality accomodation at reasonable prices. Elder Lea is a restored former victorian ... More

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Old Bridge Hotel (2.69 miles)

Old Bridge Hotel

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Situated in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales, this hotel sits imposingly by the River Holme and offers excellent pub-style food. The historic Old Bridge Hotel, famed for the warmth of ... More

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