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Tel code: 01274/01924 | code search
Postcode: WF15 | code search
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Gray Ox Inn
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The settlements rather than settlement of Liversedge in West Yorkshire are a centre without a centre. This anomaly is explained by the location of the place, right at the heart of the diamond formed by Bradford to the north, Huddersfield south, Halifax west, and Dewsbury east. Liversedge thus provides visitors, business people and those relocating with a convenient point for travel to any and all of those four places. But Liversedge itself is without a centre, formed as it is by a collection of villages including Flush, Norristhorpe, Hightown and Millbridge. The pull of the four large urban centres about it is almost gravitational, the satellite of Liversedge held in place by them, all exerting their force on it. Liversedge is regarded as part of the Leeds-Bradford conurbation; it is administered from Huddersfield; it has a Wakefield post-code; the telephone code is split, some residents with the Bradford 01274, others having Wakefield’s 01924; and the church there is the daughter church of the larger one in Heckmondwike at the edge of Dewsbury. At least the history of the settlement is its own; the name derived from Robert de Liversec, one of William the Conqueror’s warriors who was given estates there after Hastings. His forename is recalled in another of the villages making up the township, Roberttown. Liversedge was a textile town from late medieval times through the industrial revolution, notorious in its day as a Luddite stronghold. These days it is more likely that residents will travel to work in the urban centres surrounding it than in Liversedge itself, as will those using its convenient location just off the M62 when staying in the area, though the elegant Healds Hall Hotel (once a museum) used by many for that location extends the anomaly noted above by providing a conference centre in this centrally located place without a centre.

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Headlands House Hotel (0.26 miles)

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Family run hotel conveniently located between Leeds, Bradford, Huddersfield, Dewsbury, Halifax and Wakefield. Located close to the major motorway networks. Extremely friendly and hospitable staff who are more than happy ... More

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Healds Hall Hotel (0.63 miles)

Healds Hall Hotel

Healds Hall is a family-run hotel with a nationally acclaimed award-winning restaurant and bistro. Set peacefully in landscaped, picturesque gardens Healds Hall presents an ideal venue when planning a conference, meeting or visiting the area. ... More | visit website

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Gray Ox Inn (1.27 miles)

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Gomersal Lodge Hotel (1.36 miles)

Gomersal Lodge Hotel
The Gomersal Lodge; formerly named High Royd; was built for Mary Taylor on her return from New Zealand in 1860. Mary Taylor became famous because of her friendship with Charlotte Bronte which lasted until Charlotte's ... More | visit website
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Travelodge Huddersfield Mirfield (1.77 miles)

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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Days Inn Bradford M62 (1.88 miles)

Days Inn Bradford M62
Free wi-fi facilities when you book this hotel. REFURBISHED APRIL 2010 Days Inn Bradford South offers all the comforts of a city centre hotel but conveniently situated on the motorway! The hotel offers guests modern facilities in ... More | visit website
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Premier Inn Huddersfield North (2.10 miles)

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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Healey House Hotel (2.10 miles)

Healey House Hotel
Set in 2.5 acres of tree lined gardens, this 18th-century property offers a warm welcome and excellent service. Located in the town of Batley, Leeds and Halifax are both 20 minutes’ drive away from Healey ... More | visit website
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Alder House Hotel (2.10 miles)

Alder House Hotel

Set in 2.5 acres of wooded gardens, just a short drive from Leeds and Bradford, this converted Georgian house provides a quiet and relaxed atmosphere for your break away.

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Premier Inn Bradford South (2.16 miles)

Premier Inn Bradford South
An ideal location within easy reach of the M62, M606 and only 10 miles from the M1; Bradford city centre is only 5 miles away from this hotel. Whilst here why not visit the National ... More | visit website

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