2 Queens Road, Edgerton
Welcome to Elm Crest Guest House, a fine Victorian Grade II listed house set in attractive gardens in a quiet residential area of Huddersfiield, yet only five minutes from the town centre and a few minutes from Junction 24 of the M62 motorway.
Elm Crest was built in 1864 and was originally a Mill Owners house, shared by two brothers. Situated in the leafy suburb of Edgerton, it is surrounded by other grand and magnificant Victorian residences. The historic significance of the house and its construction resulted in it becoming a Grade 2 listed building.
Fruit from the gardens are used to make home made jams and delicious apple pies, so nice that children have been known to fight over themselves to get an extra helping. A tastefully decorated house offering En-suite or private accommodation, TV, DVD, hairdryer, tea and coffee making facilities with chocolate biscuits in all rooms. Elm Crest is a non smoking establishment with an elegant breakfast room, and opulent hallway and stairs.
There is a locked and floodlit car park and a welcoming Summer house in the garden.
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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
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