Parklands Hotel

A Small Hotel in Wakefield, Yorkshire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

143 HORBURY ROAD
Wakefield
Yorkshire
England
WF2 8TY

Parklands Hotel, Wakefield

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Retaining the ambience and character of the original Victorian Vicarage. Positioned next to Thornes Park, and only 5 minutes from the M1 motorway. A quiet, friendly location which is less than 12 a mile from Wakefield City Centre and Railway Station.

Licensed bar with beer garden and secure parking to rear. All rooms en-suite.

2 star rating

From: £44.95


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