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Days Hotel Wakefield-Leeds

A Hotel in Wakefield, Yorkshire

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Fryers Way, Silkwood Park, Osett
Wakefield
Yorkshire
England
WF5 9TJ

Days Hotel Wakefield-Leeds, Wakefield

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Superbly located off junction 40 of the M1 motorway, the Days Hotel is a purpose built property, within a 10 minute drive of Leeds city centre and 2 miles from the centre of Wakefield. Offering direct and easy access via the M1 and M62 to Huddersfield, Castleford, Doncaster, Barnsley and Bradford. Free wireless internet access is available.

The air conditioned restaurant offers a choice of either Continental or full English breakfast. In the evening the hotel offers great value modern cuisine with both classic and light dishes accompanied by fine wines from around the world.

3 star rating

From: £17.50

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