Cambridge Guest House

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

86 NEW NORTH ROAD
Huddersfield
Yorkshire
England
HD1 5NE

Cambridge Guest House, Huddersfield

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With only 12 rooms, this is a conveniently appointed Guest House, only half a mile from the Town Centre and Rail Station and with the same level of facilities as the Lodge.All newly re-furbished in 2008, when the new owers took over. Very spacious, opene 24 hours.

 3 star rating

From: £30.00


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