Cheap Hotels in Halifax
Near Halifax Town Hall
Near Halifax Piece Hall
Just 3 miles from Halifax, this family-run 17th-century inn has an award-winning restaurant offering excellent locally sourced food and a cosy bar. There is free Wi-Fi and traditional log fires. Each homely en suite bedroom at Shibden Mill has a flat-screen TV, DVD player, tea/coffee and bathrobes. Guests have access to a DVD library. Shibden Mill has been recognised as UK Food Pub of the Year. Shibden Mill Inn is in the Shibden Valley, overlooking Red Beck. The Mill has been renovated to retain its original charm and character.
A beautiful, listed Jacobean manor Holdsworth House Hotel has 2 AA dining rosettes. Used as the film set for the BBC's Last Tango in Halifax the historic house is surrounded by lovely mature gardens and hidden terraces, it has free private parking on site and guests get a free welcome drink on arrival. Fresh, locally sourced ingredients are used in the award-winning restaurant. Guests can enjoy the extensive bar or a la carte menu in the restaurant which offers modern, home-cooked choice. The restaurant rooms feature mullioned windows, oak panelling and original fireplaces. Rooms are individually decorated and include a TV, tea and coffee making facilities and a seating area. There is also an en suite bathroom with free toiletries, a hairdryer and bathrobes. Free Wi-Fi is accessible throughout. Halifax’s lively town centre is just 5 minutes’ drive away and Leeds city centre is a 25-minute drive from Holdsworth. The Peak District National Park and the Yorkshire Dales National Park can both be reached after 35 minutes’ drive.
The Imperial Crown Hotel
Near Eureka The National Children’s Museum
Moorside Lodge Hotel
Near Halifax Ski & Snowboard Centre
The Old Post Office Hotel
Near Halifax Borough Market
PREMIER INN HALIFAX SOUTH Hotel
Just two miles from the centre, the Premier Inn Hotel Halifax South (A629) overlooks the historic Calder and Hebble canal. In fact, the transport picture is brilliant whichever way you look at it, with fast connections via the M62, rail and bus routes. Get serious about fun at the Eureka Children's Museum. Then recover in style at Broad Street Plaza with its great restaurants and nine-screen Vue cinema. And if business is on the agenda, Calderdale Hospital, Halifax Town Hall and Lloyds HQ are all nearby. Whatever's behind your visit, round your day off in our Brewers Fayre restaurant before sinking into your super comfy bed.
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Hotels in Halifax
The delightful market town of Halifax in West Yorkshire, once the centre of England's wool trade, now attracts visitors from far and wide who come to learn all about the area's cultural heritage and spend time visiting the town's many attractions. If you're planning to stay in the area, be sure to take a look at the selection of Halifax hotels here on the website, all situated close to the town's major attractions.
Arts and culture
Anyone who loves live music, theatre and art will be right at home in Halifax thanks to the huge number venues dedicated to culture and entertainment. The ornate Victoria Theatre opened in 1901 and continues to host a wide programme of events including musicals, concerts and pantomimes.
There's plenty going on at Square Chapel: Centre for the Arts too, from dance classes and workshops through to live music events. Alternatively, head to Dean Clough Mills where you'll find one of the country's largest private galleries displaying contemporary works of art.
Families with young children should try and make time for Eureka!, the national children's museum, which is filled with interactive exhibits. Youngsters will also love Manor Heath and Jungle Experience, a tropical oasis that's home to all manner of plants, fish and butterflies from around the world.
Halifax Minster occupies a central position within the town and has played a major role in community life here for some 900 years. History and architecture lovers will also want to find time to visit Halifax Piece Hall. Built to provide a site dedicated to the sale of pieces of cloth, the building is Grade I listed and is the only surviving cloth hall left in the whole of Britain.
You can discover all about the history of Halifax and Calderdale at Bankfield Museum, home to an internationally important collection of costume and textile items.
Be sure to make the most of the wonderful scenery and countryside surrounding Halifax during your visit. Take a walk along the canal side towards Sowerby Bridge, or enjoy a relaxed stroll through Savile Park. For those more daring, Another World Adventure Centre offers a range of outdoor activities including pistol shooting, archery and zorbing.
You'll be spoilt for choice when it comes to shopping in Halifax. Halifax Borough Market is located in the centre of town and is open Monday to Saturday. Its 179 stalls and 47 shops sell a huge variety of goods and fresh produce.
Family-run department store Harveys of Halifax is something of an institution in the town and stocks a wide range of goods from clothing to jewellery. Woolshops Shopping Centre, located a short distance from the town's railway station, is another retail hub home to more than 40 stores and cafés.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Halifax
What are the most booked hotels in Halifax?Shibden Mill Inn, The Rock Hotel and Wool Merchant Hotel are some of the popular hotels in Halifax.
What is the lowest price for a double room in Halifax?The cheapest price for a double room in Halifax is £36, offered by Wool Merchant Hotel.
If I want to stay in the center of Halifax, which hotels shall I consider?The best hotels near the center of Halifax are Wool Merchant Hotel, The White Swan, Halifax and Shibden Mill Inn.
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