Marriott Hollins Hall Hotel & Country Club

A Historic Hotel in Shipley, Yorkshire

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Hollins Hill, Baildon
BD17 7QW

Marriott Hollins Hall Hotel & Country Club, Shipley

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Marriott Hollins Hall Hotel is the rural gateway to traditional Yorkshire hospitality. Set in over 200 acres of grounds the hotel is perfectly located in the heart of Yorkshire for discovering what the local area has to offer. The hotel is only 30 minutes from the M62 and only 7 miles from Leeds/Bradford Airport.

The hotel boasts leisure facilities including gymnasium, 20 metre indoor pool, spa, sauna, steam room, health & beauty spa and 18 hole Championship Golf Course. There are 2 restaurants in the hotel, Heathcliff's Restaurant for fine dining and Zest for the more informal get together.

4 star rating

From: £47.00

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