Bed & Breakfast

Comfortable accommodation for an overnight stay,
followed by a hearty Yorkshire breakfast

ACKROYD HOUSE BED AND BREAKFAST

Top O’Th’Bank, Thurstonland, Holmfirth, Huddersfield HD4 6XZ

Telephone: 01484 660169

Ackroyd House offers luxury bed and breakfast accommodation. Set in over an acre of private, lawned and walled gardens, with breath-taking views, private off-road parking and a feeling of total tranquility.

Link: www.ackroydhouse.co.uk

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MANOR MILL COTTAGE

21 Linfit Lane, Kirkburton, Huddersfield HD8 0TY

Telephone: 01484 604109

Manor Mill Cottage is a friendly and welcoming bed and breakfast offering a high standard of comfort and service. It is surrounded by peaceful, pleasant countryside on the outskirts of the village of Kirkburton. It has a 4 Diamond Tourist Board listing.

Link: www.manormillcottage.co.uk

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THE OLD CO-OP BED AND BREAKFAST

96 The Village, Thurstonland, Huddersfield HD4 6XF

Telephone: 01484 663621

The Old Co-op is a luxurious bed and breakfast, on the edge of the Pennine countryside, with a 5 star rating. The peaceful accommodation comprises two luxury double bedrooms, one en-suite and one with a private bathroom.

Link: www.theoldco-op.com

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THE ROSE & CROWN

3 The Village, Thurstonland, Huddersfield HD4 6XU

Telephone: 01484 660790

Link: www.theroseandcrown.co.uk

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THORNES FARM

Knotty Lane, Lepton, Huddersfield HD8 0ND

Telephone: 01484 604024

Thornes Farm luxury bed and breakfast offers a relaxing and comfortable stay, with excellent service and attention to detail. This house is lovingly furnished to create a convivial atmosphere. It is not only a bed and breakfast, but a stylish, private country residence.

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WHITE CROSS FARM

Ash Lane, Emley, Huddersfield HD8 9QU

Telephone: 01924 84 83 39

White Cross Farm bed and breakfast is a mixed working farm offering a homely atmosphere. We offer a friendly and welcoming stay. This homely 16th century farmhouse, built by the Cistercian monks of Byland Abbey for working ore and breeding sheep, is now a listed building. Constructed in stone, it has retained many aspects of its original character.

Link: whitecrossfarmbandb.co.uk

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