Leeming Wells Hotel

A Guest house in Oxenhope, Yorkshire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Long Causeway, nr Keighley
BD22 9SG

Leeming Wells Hotel, Oxenhope

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Accommodation Description:

Leeming Wells offers much more than just a beautiful guesthouse. We are located in Oxenhope, near Haworth the heart of Bronte country. Offering a stunning blend of peaceful cosiness and landscape, surrounded by breathtaking scenery.

With delightful ensuite bedrooms and a relaxing small indoor swimming pool and sauna. The landscape, in particular, makes the area a fabulous destination. The famous Dog and Gun Inn next door is where all guests dine and enjoy a fabulous full english breakfast.

We have 3 double en-suite bedrooms and 2 twin bedrooms. We can also accommodate families. The rooms have been designed with your comfort in mind.

Tastefully decorated, they afford a very relaxing and peaceful ambience. Each one is equipped with your comfort in mind and includes 10.5 tog duvets, flatscreen TV, hairdryer, trouser press, direct dial phone, wifi and tea and coffee making facilities. Leeming Wells has stunning views of the moors and occasionally deer can be spotted coming very close to the grounds.

Enjoy amazing food and service at the famous Dog and Gun Inn, a beautiful 17th Century coaching inn, right next door to the hotel. The delicious food is inspired by traditional English dishes prepared in a friendly and cosy atmosphere. Dining at The Dog and Gun Inn is a superb chance to enjoy Good english food while unwinding in front of the roaring fires in historic surroundings.

Not to mention the fantastic selection of Timothy Taylor championship beers along with fine wines. All food and an amazing full english breakfast are served at the Dog and Gun Inn.

4 star rating

From: £70.00

Room Facilities
Trouser press
Tea and coffee making facilities
Direct dial phone
Colour television

Wedding services
Non-smoking (throughout)
Internet access (wireless) in public areas
Beauty/Spa facilities
Adjoining rooms

On-site parking
Free parking

Business Facilities
Internet connection (wireless)
Meeting rooms
Direct dial phone

Dining Facilities
All dining is at the famous Dog and Gun Inn, a beautiful 17th century coaching inn, renowned for its excellent food, ales and fine wine all served in a friendly atmosphere with roaring fires for that extra special cosy feel. The Dog and Gun Inn is right next door to Leeming Well. A fantastic full english breakfast is also served from the Inn.

Breakfast (Full cooked)

Child Facilities

Pet Policy
No pets

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Nearby Historic Attractions

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

Bronte Parsonage Museum - 2.2 miles (Museum) Heritage Rating

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Hardcastle Crags - 5 miles (Countryside) Heritage Rating

East Riddlesden Hall - 5.2 miles (Historic House) Heritage Rating

Gibson's Mill - 5.4 miles (Historic Building) Heritage Rating

Halifax, All Souls Church - 5.8 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

National Media Museum - 7 miles (Museum) Heritage Rating

Copley, St Stephen's Church - 7.7 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Skipton Castle - 11.8 miles (Castle) Heritage Rating

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