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Tower House Hotel
Master Lane
Pye Nest

Halifax
West Yorkshire

HX2 7EW | View map

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The Tower House Hotel & Restaurant is named after the famous landmark Wain House Tower which is overlooking the property. The entire establishment has recently undergone major renovation and has been completely transformed. The Hotel is set in its own grounds with ample free parking, and is ideally situated between Halifax and Sowerby Bridge with the benefit of both local amenities and only a 5 minuet walk to Manor Heath. We are only a 5 minute drive from both train stations and 10 minutes from the M62.
Free WiFi throughout the establishment.

The Hotel has 11 newly refurbished bedrooms, beautifully decorated to the highest of standards, all of which are en suite. The stunning Tower Restaurant is open for food Monday to Thursday 6pm til 9pm, Friday and Saturday 12pm till 2pm and 6pm till 9pm. Our mouth watering Carvery is availble every Sunday until 12pm till 6pm. We are a local family run business with extremely friendly staff to wait on you and make your stay with us as pleasurable as possible.

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