Discerning travellers looking for a relaxing Yorkshire break with a difference need look no further than this comfortable 3* Hot Rate hotel in the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Saltaire, just under 4 miles from Bradford city centre. Featuring spacious, contemporary double en-suite guestrooms equipped with a host of convenient amenities and free high speed Wi-Fi internet, this highly regarded Hot Rate hotel is available exclusively to Hotwire customers at reduced rates. In addition to its own sophisticated restaurant offering a traditional a la carte menu, this hotel also caters for those in the Yorkshire area on business courtesy of its selection of well-equipped meeting and board rooms.
Located within the Bradford metropolitan district, the Victorian model village of Saltaire picturesquely located on the River Aire and the Leeds and Liverpool Canal. The purpose-built village was founded in 1851 by the leading industrialist Sir Titus Salt to house the workers of his large textile mills and consists of charming stone cottages, libraries, concert halls, gyms and hospitals. Today, Saltaire has been granted UNESCO World Heritage Site status and a major tourist attraction owing to its preservation and inspiringly unique history. Salt’s Mill has today been transformed into an art gallery dedicated to the works of Bradford-born artist David Hockney, as well as a variety of jewellery and antique stores, coffee shops and restaurants. This inimitable historic village is easily accessible from this Hot Rate hotel on foot or via its dedicated train station.
The Saltaire and Shipley area is surrounded by some of Yorkshire’s most celebrated countryside, meaning that hotel guests are never more than a few minutes’ walk from pretty ancient woodland and idyllic riverbanks. Old Spring Wood, Thackley West Wood and Hirst Wood are all in the local area and golf enthusiasts will also enjoy the nearby Shay Grange Golf Centre and Shipley Golf Course. Guests travelling by car are strongly advised to spend a day exploring the Yorkshire Dales National Park, Yorkshire’s most iconic natural landmark. Characterised by limestone hills, vast valleys, secret caves and pretty waterfalls, the Dales are a must-see for lovers of the great British outdoors.
Those wishing to experience a typical Yorkshire city are only a short drive from the celebrated city of Bradford. Dominated by its elegant gothic-inspired 19th century architecture and renowned for its prominence during the Industrial Revolution, Bradford today is a popular tourist destination. Notable landmarks include its Italian-inspired City Hall, the Wool Exchange and Bradford Cathedral.
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