Accommodation in Wakefield, Yorkshire
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A Small Hotel in Wakefield, Yorkshire
143 HORBURY ROAD
Accommodation Description:From: £44.95
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..
Accommodation Rating: 2* Self assessed
Map is based on address information supplied by the property and should be used only as a guide.
Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
Sandal Castle - 1.5 miles (Castle)
Nostell Priory - 4.9 miles (Historic House)
National Coal Mining Museum - 5.5 miles (Museum)
Bagshaw Museum - 6.8 miles (Museum)
Temple Newsam House - 7.4 miles (Historic House)
Pontefract Castle - 8.1 miles (Castle)
Leeds, St John the Evangelist - 8.5 miles (Historic Church)
Monk Bretton Priory - 9 miles (Abbey)
Wentworth Castle - 10.8 miles (Garden)
Steeton Hall Gateway - 11.6 miles (Historic Building)
Nearby Towns & Villages to Visit
Wakefield - 0.2 miles away
Pontefract - 8.1 miles away
Leeds - 8.8 miles away
Barnsley - 9 miles away
Chapel Allerton - 10.4 miles away
Huddersfield - 11.8 miles away
Adel - 12.1 miles away
Bradford - 12.5 miles away
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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low to exceptional) on historic interest
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