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Cheap Hotels in Huddersfield

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95 New North Road, Edgerton
0.5 Miles from the centre

Near University of Huddersfield

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per night from £44
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Nettleton Hill Road, Scapegoat Hill
3.5 Miles from the centre

A warm welcome will be guaranteed at the Best Western Huddersfield Pennine Manor Hotel as it is nestled in the countryside with the panoramic views across Yorkshire. Bradford, Leeds and Manchester are all can be accessed within 40 minutes for city enthusiasts. Slaithwaite and Marsden are minutes away with local independent shops, canal walks and film locations to see. Huddersfield is a short 5 miles away. Relax at the hotel and enjoy the free WiFi and freshly prepared food outside or by open fires. Enjoy your stay!

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per night from £50
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802 reviews by TrustYou
New Hey Road, . 0 .
3.6 Miles from the centre

This hotel is 5.6 km from Huddersfield, with its railway station, and lies in 1.2 hectares of landscaped gardens on the A640 at Outlane. Guests have good access to the nearby M62 via Junction 23 or 24. Leeds Bradford Airport is just 35 km away. This elegantly designed country hotel is housed in an ageless Yorkshire stone building dating back to 1862 and originally formed part of the Outlane Golf Club. It is surrounded by beautiful landscaped gardens and the interiors capture the atmosphere of decades gone by. It comprises a total of 52 en suite rooms, spread over 3 floors. Facilities on offer to guests include a 24-hour reception, a bar, a restaurant and parking. Guests may also take advantage of the laundry service for an additional fee. All rooms include a TV, a direct dial telephone, tea/coffee making facilities, a clothes press and a hairdryer. They come with a private bathroom with a shower/bathtub, as well as a radio. The hotel restaurant has an excellent reputation for its food and service. Guests are served breakfast each morning, with the option of a continental breakfast and the midday and evening meals may be enjoyed from a set menu. Guests arriving by car should exit M62 at Junction 23 (eastbound only), or J24 and follow the A640 towards Rochdale. The hotel is on the A640 (New Hey Road) at Outlane. Early Check-in subject to availability, charge applies, the hotel should be called directly to confirm availability before arrival

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Ainley Top
2.4 Miles from the centre

Near Huddersfield Golf Club

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per night from £56
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Halifax Road
2 Miles from the centre

Near Huddersfield Golf Club

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4 Clare Hill
0.2 Miles from the centre

Just 5 minutes’ walk from Huddersfield town centre, Cambridge Hotel offers free Wi-Fi, free parking and en suite accommodation at great-value rates. There are 94 spacious and comfortable rooms, most with an en suite shower room; 10 rooms feature an en suite bathroom with bath and shower. Each room has a TV, a radio, a telephone, a fridge and tea/coffee making facilities. A full English breakfast is served in the spacious and light dining room. Vegetarian alternatives are also available. Free private parking is available on site, with closed-circuit TV surveillance for additional security. Cambridge Hotel is in a convenient location, just 4 km from junction 24 of M62 motorway and only 0.8 km from Huddersfield’s bus and railway stations. Galpharm events stadium is a short walk of 1.12 km.

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per night from £60
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4 Clare Hill
0.2 Miles from the centre

Near University of Huddersfield

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86 New North Road
0.5 Miles from the centre

Offering free on-site car parking and free WiFi, Edgerton Hotel offers family run accommodation a 10-minute walk from Huddersfield town centre and less than a mile from the bus and railway stations. There is a bus stop right outside the hotel with buses running regularly towards the town centre. The beautiful Victorian hotel is based on the A629 towards Halifax. Greenhead Park is around 5 minutes’ drive away, and Kirklees College is 2 minutes away. Junction 24 of the M62 is around 2 miles from the building, and Leeds is 19 miles away and Manchester 29 miles away. There are 36 spacious and comfortable rooms, 30 of which have an en-suite bathroom with a power shower. Each room has a TV, a telephone, a fridge and tea/coffee making facilities. Ironing facilities and hairdryers are available upon request. A buffet style breakfast is served, with vegetarian options available. Guests at Edgerton Hotel have access to a microwave to warm up their food if required, and there are plenty of local restaurants and pubs. Alternatively, you could order take-away food and eat in your rooms.

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136 Westbourne Road, Marsh
1 Mile from the centre

Near University of Huddersfield

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per night from £65
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41 Kirkgate
0.2 Miles from the centre

Near University of Huddersfield

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per night from £85
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Roydhouse, Shelley
5.3 Miles from the centre

Near Emley Moor Station

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per night from £90
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Spring Grove Tavern Hotel

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20 Penistone Road, Kirkburton

Near Woodsome Hall Golf Club

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Hotels in Huddersfield

Huddersfield is a large market town in West Yorkshire, a county in northern England. The town has a strong tradition of distinguished Victorian architecture, exciting sports and thriving culture. Coupled with the fact that it is set on the edge of the stunning Peak District National Park and South Pennines, this makes a visit to Huddersfield extremely rewarding.

Old Huddersfield

Nothing beats a walk around Huddersfield as a way of fully immersing yourself in British history. If you arrive by train you will be struck immediately by the majesty of Huddersfield Station, which was described by the poet John Betjeman as the ‘most splendid station facade in England'.

After you have admired the town at street level, take a trip up Castle Hill and Victoria Tower to get an all-encompassing view of Huddersfield. This hill has been occupied since the Stone Age and dominates the town's skyline.

The tower was built in 1898 to commemorate the 60th anniversary of Queen Victoria's coronation. From its top, you can enjoy panoramic views of Huddersfield and the gorgeous surrounding countryside.

For a dose of social history, head out to the Colne Valley Museum, on the outskirts of town. The museum is made up of former hand-weaver's cottages that offer a fascinating insight into the lives of those in 18th-century Huddersfield. The whole family will be amazed by the Loom chamber, spinning room and gas-lit cobbler's shop.

Modern Huddersfield

If you're into more contemporary exhibitions, then head to Huddersfield Art Gallery. The incredible permanent collection here includes works by some of Britain's greatest artists, including LS Lowry, Henry Moore and Francis Bacon. There is also an ever-changing and exciting programme of special exhibitions at the gallery.

Grab a souvenir of your trip from one of Huddersfield's great shops or markets. The Byram Arcade is a charming arcade and consists of three floors of small vendors selling everything from clothing to furniture.

For a more raucous atmosphere, head to Brook Street Outdoor Market. The fabulous cast iron building hosts a general market on Mondays and Thursdays, plus a bric-a-brac market on Tuesdays and Saturdays. With so much on offer from the huge array of stalls, you'll be sure to grab yourself a bargain.

Taste of the town

After a day of vigorous sightseeing you'll no doubt be hungry. Luckily, Huddersfield is home to an excellent array of restaurants serving cuisine from all around the world. You don't need an excuse to visit Parky's Bistro, where you will get stellar service and sumptuous food in an unfussy environment.

For something a little less formal try Tamanna's, probably the pick of the bunch of Huddersfield's many Indian restaurants. After your meal, head to the Yorkshire Rose on Leeds Road, for a refreshing pint in a cosy family-friendly pub.

Peak District

Your Huddersfield hotel is also the perfect base from which to explore the vast natural beauty of the Peak District National Park which borders the town. Whether or not you are a keen rambler, there is something for everyone in this stunning landscape.

Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Huddersfield

Which hotels are the most popular ones to stay at in Huddersfield?

The best hotels to stay in Huddersfield are Clarion Cedar Court Huddersfield Hotel, Edgerton Hotel and Briar Court Hotel.

What is the cheapest price for a hotel in Huddersfield?

Ashfield Hotel in Huddersfield offers one night in a double room at the price of £43.

What are the best hotels in Huddersfield near the center?

The Huddersfield Hotel, The Cambridge Hotel and Cambridge Hotel are located in the central neighborhood of Huddersfield.

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