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Holiday Inn Wakefield M1, Junction 40

A Hotel in Wakefield, Yorkshire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

Queen's Drive, Ossett
Wakefield
Yorkshire
England
WF5 9BE

Holiday Inn Wakefield M1, Junction 40, Wakefield

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Accommodation Description:

The Holiday Inn Leeds Wakefield M1 J40 hotel is situated just 9 miles south of Leeds City Centre. It is a fantastic base for visiting locations such as York, Leeds, Sheffield, Bradford, the Yorkshire Dales or Xscape Snow Centre. The hotel offers an excellent range of facilities which include air-conditioned bedrooms, Traders Bar and Restaurant, 24 hour room service and free parking.

The hotel also offers reduced entry fee to Total Fitness Health Club which is very close to the hotel.

3 star rating

From: £24.50

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