The George Hotel, Huddersfield

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The George Hotel is an elegant Grade II listed Victorian Hotel, (c1851) situated on the main square in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire. The hotel was designed by architect William Waller, and the Italianate facade of the building complements its neighbours, the Huddersfield Railway Station. The hotel is famous as the birthplace of Rugby League Football; the meeting that founded it was held here in 1895. The hotel is situated in the town centre, just ten minutes from the M62. Leeds/Bradford and Manchester International Airport are easily accessible. Close by on the edge of the Peak District National Park is Holmfirth, made famous as the location for the series 'The Last of the Summer Wine'. To the north is Bronte country and the famous Bronte parsonage, once the family home.
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  • Newspaper (Free)
  • Telephone
  • Television (Cable/Satellite)
  • Non-Smoking Rooms
  • Television
  • Daily Maid Service
  • Coffee Maker

Hotel Details

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  • 60 Rooms / 4 Floors
  • Built in 1850
  • Babysitting or Child Care
  • Laundry/ Dry Cleaning Service
  • Multi-lingual Staff
  • Pets Allowed
  • Car Rental
  • Smoke Alarm in Rooms
  • Photocopy Service
  • Meeting Facilities
  • Administrative Services
  • Common/Public Areas Accessible to Wheelchairs
  • Currency Exchange
  • A-V Equipment Rental
  • Fax (For Guests)
  • Common Area Wireless Access Fee Ind
  • Common Area Wireless Access
  • Room Service
  • Restaurant in Hotel