The Midland Hotel

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

97 Aberford Road
Woodlesford
Yorkshire
England
LS26 8LQ

The Midland Hotel, Woodlesford

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The Midland Hotel, a friendly welcoming pub with newly refurbished ensuite rooms to let. Serving quality lagers, ales and wines, with new cask ales every week. Quality freshly prepared food served daily.

Located on the A642 in the village of Woodlesford between Rothwell & Garforth. Five minutes to J30 M62 and five minutes to J46 M1. Ten minutes drive to Leeds & Wakefield town centres.

Two minutes drive to De Vere's Oulton Hall Large Free car park.

The Midland Hotel is a Family owned and operated busy local Inn popular with local trade in the community of Woodlesford. Serving fantastic quality, locally sourced food at honest prices. A friendly, welcoming place to eat, drink & stay.

3 Separate lounge seating areas Public Bar with Large screen TV with SKY Large range of draught beer including John Smiths, Tetleys, Guiness, Becks Vier, Stella Artois, Bulmers Cider, and a quality handpulled guest Ale changing weekly. Large Free car park Free WiFi We serve freshly prepared, quality food Monday to Saturday 12-2 and 5-8 & Sunday 12-3 Children allowed in the pub until 9pm only.

 3 star rating

From: £45.00

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