Once again I have decided to stay at the Cambridge. Stopped in a twin room this time and shared the room with a pal.
The food was great and terrific value. The breakfast again was excelant.
I am though begining to think that the single rooms are a lot cleaner than the larger ones. Not that the room was bad. It just seems to me that smaller rooms are better clenliness wise . Especially in the bathrooms.
Any- way it was a good stay and I will be booking again soon.
Traveller from Hants
Located in the heart of Huddersfield, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of LaserZone, Lawrence Batley Theatre, and …More
Arrived about 8pm. Checked in quickly, heading straight to the restaurant for dinner. Menu wasn't explained to us properly so we ended up with a bigger bill than expected. Setting and food lovely though and service attentive. (TIP - it was a Friday and we only got a table thanks to a booking not turning up so best to book in advance I would say). We then headed to our room which was cosily decorated. However it was small. Some oversize, unnecessary furniture took up a lot of space that could have been better put to use by having a king size bed instead of the small double. The bed was quite uncomfortable to be honest, mattress not very supportive and we felt cramped in it. Guests going past between 11pm and 2am were very noisy - not the hotel's fault but didn't help! There was however also noise going off periodically which was from the hotel, like a big fan but I couldn't identify what. This went off all night so I was glad we were only staying one night. There were also noisy motorbike engines idling in the car park well gone midnight and for a long time which was disappointing - someone on reception could have easily resolved this by asking them to be more considerate. Bathroom on the morning was functional and compact but did the job. At check out we were almost double billed for our room but we stood our ground knowing Expedia had already taken the payment. Receptionist was friendly but annoyingly dealt with another couple in the middle of checking us out?
Traveller from Durham
Located in the heart of Huddersfield, this hotel is 1.1 mi (1.8 km) from Colne Valley Museum and within 6 mi (10 km) of …More
The staff at the Lodge will bend over backwards to make your stay as pleasant as possible. They are the best thing offered. The rooms are quite varied (we've stayed more than once) and some are quirky - so do make sure you are pleased with yours before you settle in. Ours was changed upon request. One special thing in this hotel is that they encourages you to order out and eat in at dinnertime, setting up a table with plates and cutlery in the breakfast room or the lounge for you if you ask, so you don't have to "eat out" every night.
Situated in Huddersfield, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Lawrence Batley Theatre, Huddersfield Art Gallery, and …More
"What a great place. Owners have this just right!"
We were looking to stay in Leeds city centre but this one caught our eye while searching. Wow! The accommodation is spot on, free parking and included breakfast was varied and delicious. To top it, the pub is great too. Real ales and lovely food, a little more expensive but you get what you pay for.
Situated in Huddersfield, this inn is 2.6 mi (4.2 km) from Woodsome Hall Golf Club and 3.1 mi (4.9 km) from Emley Moor …More
Just 17 km (11 mi) south of Bradford, Huddersfield is well known for its important role in the Industrial Revolution and for being the birthplace of rugby. Full of Victorian era architecture, Huddersfield's railway station recently underwent a £1 million renovation and is the winner of the Europa Nostra award for European architecture.