George Hotel

A Historic Hotel in Huddersfield, Yorkshire

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St. Georges Square

George Hotel, Huddersfield

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Set in a stunning Grade II listed Victorian property and surrounded by landscaped gardens the Brook George Hotel ioffers a scenic and tranquil retreat. Enjoy this secluded and peaceful setting just a short walk from the bustling town of Huddersfield. The Brook George Hotel is also within easy reach of the M62 leading to both Leeds city centre and Manchester United matches at Old Trafford.

The Brook George Hotel is much more than just a 3 star hotel with a great location, this grand property was the birthplace of the Rugby League in 1895. Soak up the rich sporting history of the Brook George Hotel in the UKメs only onsite Rugby League Heritage Museum. The charm and character of the Brook George Hotel flows through to the tasteful, spacious and comfortable guest rooms.

The bedrooms ooze the same classical feel as the rest of the hotel yet are fitted with modern amenities such as en-suite bathroom, TV, telephone, radio and refreshments tray. As a guest at the Brook George Hotel you also have a choice of 3 excellent dining options. With fine dining in the elegant restaurant, light bites in the relaxed bar and 24 hour room service, the hotel has something to entice all visitors.

3 star rating

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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest

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