Elder Lea House

Guest Accommodation in Elland, Yorkshire

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Elder Lea House, Elland

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Elder Lea House is the only 5 Star Gold Award (Visit Britain graded) in the area offering high quality accommodation at reasonable prices. Elder Lea is a restored former Victorian mill owners home set in award winning landscaped gardens close to the M62 and major Yorkshire towns and cities. We are close to tourist attractions including Last of the Summer Wine, Bronte country and the Yorkshire/Derbyshire Dales.

Accommodation is in large luxury en-suite rooms with every extra including sherry. Single occupancy is in a luxury double en-suite room at no extra charge. Contact us if no single can be booked on this site There is free broadband internet access in every room, an office and lounge for guests to relax in.

On-site car parking. Our wonderful Yorkshire or Continental breakfast is comprised of the best local ingredients and is judged excellent by the Visit Britain Inspector. Snacks and evening meals are available on request.

A local inn serving evening meals is only a few minutes away. Transport is available from nearby towns and railway stations; Leeds Bradford and Manchester airports on request. At Elder Lea House nothing is too much trouble, just ask.

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From: £49.00

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