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'"A very pleasant stay"'
Reviewed: 30 October 2013
Reviewed: 21 October 2013
'"Nice friendly hotel"'
Reviewed: 08 October 2013
Famous as the UK's biggest town, Huddersfield has lured us in with big city-style boutique shops, culture and buzzing bars - but without the big city-style price tag...
We’re offering you a 1-night stay for 2 people including breakfast and dinner for just £59. That’s 43% off The Old Golf House Hotel's price of £103.90.
Dating from the 17th century and built in ageless Yorkshire stone, The Old Golf House Hotel was originally part of the prestigious Outlane Golf Club, and is surrounded by three acres of beautiful gardens which include a 5-hole pitch and putt course. Just 4 miles from Huddersfield's city centre and surrounded by picturesque countryside, this comfortable hotel provides a relaxing retreat that's quietly situated - but from here it's still easy to explore all this lovely region has to offer. You'll check in to your standard twin or double bedroom with amenities including an en-suite bathroom, digital TV, refreshments tray, work station and free Wi-Fi before enjoying a three-course dinner in the Grangemoor Restaurant, choosing from a delicious menu including classics such as duck and port pâté to start followed by pan roast pork loin steak with apple jus & sautéed potatoes. Yum! You'll also wake up to a full English breakfast the following morning, ideal to set you up for your day out and about.
But where to start? Huddersfield itself offers many smart shopping hot spots with many pedestrianised areas if you'd like to get cracking on your Christmas shopping. Or, if it's wide open spaces you crave, you might fancy heading to one of the many parks in the area, including the recently renovated Greenhead Park with the tree-lined avenues, bandstand with chinoiserie detailing and the impressive lake. If it's architecture that really floats your boat, a trip to the stunning Longley Old Hall should definitely be on your wish list. Called an 'architectural goldmine' in Simon Jenkins' England's Thousand Best Houses, this Grade ll* listed building has its origins in the 14th century and makes a fascinating day out all the family will enjoy. We think you'll love it...
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