Hotel Accommodation in Bradford
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The Cartwright is ideally located for exploring the Dales, Haworth , Saltaire, Ilkley, Bradford and Leeds. Well connected to the rail and motorway networks, close to Leeds-Bradford airport. The accommodation comprises fourteen en-suite bedrooms, all with cable TV, and comfortable reception rooms with a relaxing bar. The hotel also has a reputation for fine food serving delicious Anglo-Indian dinner
The Cedar Court Hotel Group is Yorkshire's Largest Independent Hotelier, established in 1985 with purpose built Wakefield Hotel. The group now operates four strategically placed properties in Yorkshire, each with their own individuality offering the best in four star service.
Dubrovnik Hotel is currently Bradford's biggest privately owned Hotel. All are double glazed and equipped with colour TV, Telephone, Hair dryer, trouser press, tea & coffee making facilities and individually controlled central heating. The Dubrovnik Hotel is an impressive venue for all types of entertaining. Recognised for its fine cuisine and outstanding service, for over 27 years we have been creating
The Midland Hotel, Bradford was built between 1885 and 1890 by the Midland Railway Company. The Midland Hotel, Bradford was a showpiece for the railway companies northern operations, and is of particular architectural interest, with some of the finest Victorian interiors in the city. Today sees a hotel that has undergone a transformation, with investment to all areas of the building, restoring it to
Quietly positionedyet still only two miles from Bradford city centre, the Park Grove Hotel is a family owned and run establishment which offers the very best in quality service and value.Whether you are visiting the area for business or pleasure you will find us perfectly located for all local business centres, transport links and numerous places of interest within the surrounding area.Relax and enjoyin
Did you ever wonder what happened to all those great old English hotels? I mean the really charming and character filled ones. The ones whose guests had seen Good Queen Bess, the Civil War, the Stagecoach era, the Regency, Victorian England and everything in-between. Well, fourteen of them are part of Brook Hotels and if you??ve never stayed in a really ancient home-from-home - but with all mod cons