We are centrally located and only 7 miles from the M62 within easy reach of Leeds, Manchester, and Bradford. Travelling from the M1 motorway from the South and Leeds. Take M62 (West) and leave at exit 26. Follow A58 into Halifax. Ignore signs to the town centre and at large Burdock Way roundabout take the A629 signposted Keighley. (Do not follow A629 signs before reaching Halifax). After approximately 2 miles turn right into Shay Lane (signposted Holmfield) and continue for 1 mile. The Hotel entrance is on the right hand side opposite The Holy Trinity School. From Manchester, leave the M62 at Junction 24 and follow A629 to Halifax. Leave Halifax on A629 Keighley Road and follow directions as above. From Keighley - Follow A629 Halifax Road through Denholme, Ogden and Illingworth. You will pass Illingworth Fire Station and Hare Motors on right. At this point slow down and turn left (On bad right bend marked with chevrons) at fish and chip shop onto Whitehill Road. Keep on for approximately half a mile. The Hotel is on the left opposite The Holy Trinity School.
Elegant Manor House restaurant near Halifax set in beautiful gardens with three stunning dining rooms. 2 AA Rosette awarded serving delicious food & fine wines.
Holdsworth House Hotel & Restaurant offers the visitor a a warm and welcoming atmosphere with glowing open fires, snug lounge and a relaxed restaurant. This grand Jacobean Manor built in 1633 has been owned and run by the Pearson family since 1963. Holdsworth House stands in stunning, secluded gardens, just three miles north of Halifax in the heart of West Yorkshire’s dramatic landscape. In this fine, old house open fires, cosy lounges, fine antiques and tapestries create a sense of calm and comfort. Dinner is served by candle-light in the exquisite, 17th century, oak panelled restaurant whilst the Long Bar has a simpler brasserie style menu.
Historic Grade II* house, home to generations of the Lister family, visit the restored house & parkland. Boating Lake, Mini railway, play areas & regular events
Shibden Hall and Estate is one of the most important heritage sites in West Yorkshire. This medieval, timber framed Shibden Hall was a family home for over 600 years; Shibden Park, a public park since 1926, is a green oasis of beautifully restored grounds less than a mile from Halifax. Today the house is an accumulation of objects of many dates, providing evidence of how people lived throughout Shibden’s time as a family home. Set in 90 acres of rolling parkland with a range of attractions including woodland, walks, an orienteering course, children’s rides, miniature railway, pitch and putt and a boating lake, Shibden is the perfect venue for a family day out.
Unique museum for children offering over 400 hands on exhibits. Experiment with sound, music & special effects. Learn & Discover. Cafe, shop & disabled access.
Eureka! Is the UK’s only fully interactive learning environment designed especially for children. Everthing at the National Children's Museum has been designed to inspire and help children find out more about themselves. This award winning museum features hundreds of hands on exhibitions designed to inspire children from ages 0-11 to play, discover and unlock their imagination. With a shop, gallery, cafe and childcare, it's a super place to visit! Eureka! Runs events and activities at weekends and during school holidays. From a trip to our own little wonderland to an alternative New Year's Eve party, there is something for all the family at Eureka!
Quality family run Mediterranean Bistro in Halifax with 'Byo' licence. Turkish & Modern English cuisine, private parties catered for, delivery service available
Cafe Passion is a Mediterranean style Bistro which offers something a little different. This family run Bistro offers excellent quality food at great prices and run a 'bring your own bottle' policy when it comes to wine, making this a great choice for those watching their budgets. Highly recommended, this welcoming restaurant serves fresh, delicious food with efficient service in a relaxed atmosphere.
Waterside pub on the canal basin at Sowerby Bridge serving great food with good beer. Range of dishes including vegetarian options, locally brewed real ales.
The Moorings Pub & Kitchen enjoys a wonderful location set in Sowerby's picturesque canal basin. With lovely waterside views and a large al fresco dining area this welcoming pub is the perfect oasis of calm. Whether it is an evening dining with family and friends, a business lunch, afternoon tea, an elegant drink or just a welcoming smile after work, the Moorings makes a wonderful choice. Offering great food, a friendly atmosphere and large selection of drinks poured to the perfect standard, the Moorings can cater for every need.
Friendly, family run pub at the edge of Wadsworth Moor near Hebden Bridge close to the Pennine Way. Great value bar menu with specials board. Good range of ales
A warm welcome awaits customers to The Hare & Hounds Inn at Wadsworth. This family run pub offers a friendly atmosphere and is situated on the edge of some wonderful countryside and moors. Enjoying panoramic views of the Calder Valley, the pub is a great place to relax and enjoy a post walk drink, a light lunch or enjoy a hearty, home cooked dinner.
Historic Hebden Bridge Inn just 100 yards from the Calderdale Way. Great range of dishes including home made and vegetarian options & hand cut chips.
The historic Robin Hood Inn makes the perfect West Yorkshire base, ideal for walking and serving a wide range of Yorkshire real ales, with a succulent menu choice, including their famous Sunday Lunches. The inn was originally a coaching inn dating back to the 17th Century. Legends abound around the inn, including St Thomas a-Becket drinking from the well. Pecket Well was originally called Becket Well. The setting around the inn offers splendid views across the Pennines and guests can also relax in the Beer Garden and enjoy drinks and great food.
Bradford Museum showing all forms of visual media, cinema film, photography, web, Imax 3d cinema, radio and television. Disabled access, shops and café. Admission free.
Discover all about film, television, radio, web and prhotography at The National Media Museum in West Yorkshire. The National Media Museum is situated in the heart of Bradford, UNESCO City of Film. Aiming to be the best museum in world for inspiring people to learn about, engage with and create media. The Museum is home to over 3.5 million items of historical significance. A comprehensive programme of cultural and educational events and activities bring the Museum's subject matter to life for families, schools and adults alike.
Traditional family run coaching inn with superb restaurant close to the Calder Valley & Bronte country. Popular with walkers, great accommodation offered.
The White Lion Hotel is a traditional coaching inn, with a 4-Star rating and a warm and friendly atmosphere. Enjoying a riverside location in central Hebden Bridge and dating back to 1657, the inn is family-run and well known for excellent food, wines and a wide choice of real cask ales. Proud to be included in the CAMRA Good Beer Guide, the bar is stocked with five regular, hand-pulled, cask ales plus guest beers from independent breweries. The White Lion Hotel is over 350 years old, and said to be the oldest building in Hebden Bridge.
Historic Inn serving traditional British food with a modern twist using seasonal and locally sourced ingredients. Real ales & quality wines. Children's menu.
Haworth Old Hall is a welcoming Inn and restaurant which is steeped in history. Set in the beautiul Bronte village of Haworth, you step back in history as you walk through the door. The Old Hall is one of the oldest buildings in the village dating back to the year 1580. Much of the Tudor charm and atmosphere has been preserved and the inn features two beautiful open log fires, seven real ales on tap, a delicious seasonal food menu using local produce and an extensive wine list to enjoy.
Vintage Steam Railway in Keighley, enjoy a train ride through the heart of Bronte country and take in the history since 1867. Disabled access, picnic areas.
Step back in time and enjoy a train ride on the Keighley & Worth Valley Railway through the heart of Brontë country. It is a railway for all seasons, where winter visitors can see the stations bathed in gaslight and warm themselves in front of the coal fires in the waiting rooms. In summer, the station gardens are alive with blooms. Kingfishers, herons and dippers can be seen in the adjacent streams. Locally brewed real ale provides welcome refreshment in the on-train buffet car... Everything you need for a wonderful day out.
Golf club in Bingley with an 18 hole course. Clubhouse with facilities for weddings and conferences. All day or half day package available.
If you are searching for a golf course in West Yorkshire, why not play a round at Shipley Golf Club? Designed by the renowned golf course architect Dr Alister MacKenzie, this course provides a test of your all round game, yet with a learning curve which enables players of all ages and abilities to get something out of their round. With a strong reputation as one of the leading golf courses in Yorkshire, we have invested time and money to retain this status, and invite you to see for yourself. Our Pro shop is well stocked with expert advice on hand from our Head Professional Nathan Stead.
Welcoming wine bar restaurant in Haworth with a ranging menu with Turkish influences. Warm, friendly atmosphere with high quality food & new world wines served.
Tucked away near the lower end of main street Haworth is the welcoming Wharenui Restaurant, a wine bar, cafe and bistro offering great food and a great selection of old and new world wines by the glass and the bottle. Wharenui has been carefully renovated by the owners to reflect the unique characteristics of this 280 year old property and provide a relaxed dining experience for all.
Charming Haworth pub & restaurant on Main Street serving freshly prepared food made from local produce. Beamed bars & oak panelled lounge. Special offers.
In the heart of the charming Bronte Village of Haworth you'll find the welcoming Old White Lion Hotel, Restaurant & Bar. This family run, 4 Star hotel is a 300 year old coaching inn which today offers the visitor comfortable accommodation, quality food and great range of drinks. Ideally situated looking down the quaint cobbled Main Street of Haworth, the White Lion Hotel is perfect for a relaxing pint or a hearty home cooked meal.
Acclaimed restaurant close to the Bronte Parsonage Museum in Haworth using only fresh, local ingredients. Lunch & evening menus available, onsite accommodation.
The Weaver's restaurant enjoys a superb position on the cobbled main street in the charming Bronte village of Haworth. Serving Northern, regional food, the restaurant has earned a deserved reputation for quality food, great service and a welcoming atmosphere. A great value set meal is available during the week and the evening menu features a delicious range of Northern classics, expertly prepared. For a meal with friends, family or a loved one, this charming restaurant is well worth a look.
Natural wooded valley in the South Pennines, West Yorkshire. Guided walks and self guided trails with National Trust Gibson Mill family friendly Visitor Centre.
Hardcastle Crags belongs to the National Trust and is located in a beauty spot of the South Pennines with more than 160 hectares (400 acres) of unspoilt woodland. As well as being the home of the northern hairy wood ant, there are tumbling streams, glorious waterfalls and stacks of millstone grit, all crisscrossed by more than 30 miles of footpaths. Visitors can enjoy beautiful woodland, flowing streams, the great outdoors and a dedicated visitor centre in this beautiful area of the Calderdale Valley.
Hebden Bridge brewery making organic premium quality English and Continental style beers. Take a brewery tour and sample the beer or pop into the shop.
Discover the taste of some of Yorkshire's finest award winning real ales at The Little Valley Brewery. Little Valley Brewery is situated in the Upper Calder Valley high above Cragg Vale in Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire. It produces premium quality English and Continental style beers, an inspired range with refreshing taste -that lasts. All Little Valley’s beers are 100% organic, certified and audited by the Soil Association. This means it’s more healthy, contains no nasty additives, avoids pesticides and no gm crops in their ingredients which come from trusted sources -so the pure and natural beer is all you get to taste, brewed to the highest standards.
Skippered narrowboat cruises on the Leeds Liverpool Canal from Skipton. Tuition cruises also available, no experience required. Family-friendly, great for celebrations.
Airedale Cruising provides skippered canal cruises on the Leeds & Liverpool Canal from Skipton in Yorkshire. Enjoy a comfortable day cruise aboard a traditional style, 57 foot, narrowboat fitted out with all modern conveniences. Take the controls yourself and steer along the peaceful canal waters or alternatively, sit back and relax and let the on board skipper take control. Either way, you're guaranteed a relaxing and pleasant journey along with wonderful waterway.
Dual use sports stadium in Huddersfield. Hosts Rugby League and league football. Facilities for conferencing and banqueting. Room hire for weddings and parties.
Huddersfield Town Football Club was formed in 1908, and they currently play their football in League One. They have an enviable amount of trophies under their belt including the F.a cup, which they have also been runner up to on four occasions. They were also the first English team to win three successive league titles, in 1926, and this has only been equalled three times by Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester United. Known as The Terriers, the club shares the ground with the Huddersfield Giants, the towns rugby league side.
Heritage Centre of the Gillette Rugby League. Set in The George Hotel in Huddersfield. The Centre holds the largest collection of rugby league memorabilia.
Welcome to the Gillette Rugby League Heritage Centre based within the George Hotel in Huddersfield, "mixing history and heritage with modern technology to showcase rugby league in a unique way". The sport of Rugby League was created in 1895 at The George Hotel and now, over a century later, the hotel is home to a permanent exhibition celebrating the game's fascinating history. The Gillette Rugby League Heritage Centre houses a collection of rare memorabilia, ancient caps and jerseys, valuable medals and trophies, old programmes and pictures.