The Huntsman Inn

Guest Accommodation in Holmfirth, Yorkshire

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Greenfield Road

The Huntsman Inn, Holmfirth

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Situated on the picturesque and historical Saddleworth Moor The Huntsman Inn welcomes you to the Delight of West Yorkshire and the famous village of Holmfirth - the setting of the popular TV series - Last of the Summer Wine.A warm welcome awaits you. Enjoy a bar meal in the country inn or a fabulous meal from our award winning chefs in our restauraunt.Our fantastic 14 en suite rooms have retained all their country charm whilst enjoying modern amenities such as tea coffee making facilities full wardrobe drawer space colour TV bottle water and full bathroom with shower and Bath. Our honeymoon suite also has a Jacuzzi.Awarded 4 stars for the last 2 years running by the Visit Britain group.

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