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Durker Roods Hotel
Durker Roods Hotel
Bishopsway
Meltham

Huddersfield
West Yorkshire

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Durker Roods Hotel is a stunning 2 star Victorian hotel situated in the beautiful countryside of West Yorkshire; where you can enjoy the beauty of an almost undiscovered part of the United Kingdom. York is a short train or car journey away. The train takes you right to the centre of the historic centre and its cathedral. Leeds and Harrogate are only 40 minutes away. The hotel is close to shopping in the Trafford Centre and Holmfirth; made famous in Last of the Summer Wine. There are a number of activities our visitors can enjoy; from the adrenaline boost of go kart racing; to the therapeutic contentment of walking or cycling in the national parks and moors. The spectacular countryside lends itself wonderfully to many outdoor pursuits; including horseriding; rock climbing; sailing and clay pigeon shooting. The quiet setting of our rooms ensures a good night's sleep well away from traffic noise. Our breakfast is a great way to start any day; with our Great British Breakfast; cooked fresh to order. Please Note: Smoking in designated areas. Pets are allowed by arrangement. Check-In time: 13:00 and Check-Out time: 11:00.

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