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White Swan Hotel

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Information on White Swan Hotel

Accommodation type:
B&B and Hotels
Facilities
  • Hairdryer
  • Private Parking
  • Travel Cot
  • TV
  • Walking friendly
  • WiFi

Situated in the heart of Halifax, The White Swan Hotel offers free WiFi and a fitness suite. It is 5 minutes’ walk from the Lloyds office and Dean Clough offices and less than a 10-minute walk from Halifax Railway Station.

The rooms are bright and airy. They are individually decorated, and each has en suite facilities, tea/coffee making facilities, a hairdryer and flat screen televisions with satellite channels and Freeview. The Superior and Executive rooms also have modern bathrooms.

Guests can enjoy a traditional Full English breakfast each morning, with lighter options also available. There is an authentic Italian restaurant. It offers fresh pastas, pizzas and steaks, and there is also a cosy lounge bar.

Directions

By Road:
From the M62 Westbound – Leave at Junction 26. Follow the signs for the A58 Road, which brings you into Halifax, passing through small villages called Lightcliffe and Hipperholme. This route will take you to a large roundabout. Follow the signs to the town centre. You will come to a set of cross roads with traffic lights. Go straight ahead at these and then take the first left down Crossley Street. Then take the next right on to Princess Street.

From the M62 Eastbound come off at Junction 24. Follow the signs for the A629 into Halifax. The A629 brings you directly into Halifax. The HBOS head office is on the left hand side. Follow the road round to the left. Go straight on at the mini roundabout and then get in to the right hand lane. The lane then splits into three, stay where you are so that you are in the middle lane Go straight through the lights and then get in to the right hand lane, (Mecca Bingo is on the left hand side). Turn right at the traffic lights, then take the next left down Crossley Street and then the next right on to Princess Street.