Good Hotel Guide Review
An alluring update has brought zesty eating and drinking spaces, refined bedrooms, a rooftop terrace and a modern fitness studio to this stately Georgian manor. Set back from the High Street in a smart Huddersfield suburb, the hotel has a conservatory-like bistro for daytime comfort food, and a stylish restaurant serving sophisticated dinners (perhaps native lobster and pickled strawberry tart; wild garlic gnocchi, baked Tunworth). Cocktails may be shaken and stirred in the lounge or on the roof terrace overlooking St Stephen’s church. The bedrooms and suites are all different, though every one is supplied with a capsule coffee machine, a designer scented candle and a dose of contemporary glamour.
1 Lidget Street
10. 1 suitable for disabled, plus duplex apartment with own entrance.
all year, restaurant closed Mon, Tues.
3 bars, restaurant, bistro, in room TV (Freeview), civil wedding licence, meeting/function facilities, gym (open to non-residents), courtyard, electric car charging point.
‘relaxing’ music all day in public areas.
all ages welcomed, not under 12 in Clock Tower lounge and Lantern Room restaurant (except at Sunday lunch), adults only on rooftop terrace.
allowed in apartment, grounds, not in main building.
Amex, MC, Visa.
per room B&B £139–£299. À la carte £50.