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Brighouse3 Star globally branded hotel. 94 air conditioned guest rooms, some with two double beds, some with balconies, quiet rooms overlooking the woods at...3 Star globally branded hotel. 94 air conditioned guest rooms, some with two double beds, some with balconies, quiet rooms overlooking the woods at the rear of the hotel. Executive rooms with a more contemporary design and sofa beds. Two guestroom suites with separate lounges and dining area. Full leisure facilities including gym, sauna, steam room and jacuzzi. Al fresco dining in the flower filled courtyard with feature fountain. Close to the historic Clifton Village. Conveniently located for travel to East and West Coast resorts via the M62, with links close by to the M1 and A1. Ideally situated for travel to Leeds, York, Harrogate, Wetherby, Manchester and Bradford. On the edge of 'Last of the Summer Wine, 'Where the Heart Is' and 'Bronte' country.Local attractions include Eureka! the National Children's Museum, Shibden hall, Smith Art Gallery, Bankfield Museum, The Royal Armouries, National Media Museum, Coal Mining Museum and Magna. 45 minutes from from Manchester International Airport, 35 minutes from Leeds Bradford International Airport, 45 minutes from Humberside Airport, 1 hour from Doncaster Robin Hood Airport.
Please note that the Gallery & Library will be closing to the public from 20th March until further n...
Please note that the Gallery & Library will be closing to the public from 20th March until further notice.
This purpose built Art Gallery and public library, known as ‘The Rydings’, is surrounded by a beautiful park and gardens.
The front gallery hosts an exhibition of oil paintings, based on People and Places, including works by Atkinson Grimshaw, Marcus Stone and Thomas Sydney Cooper. The rear gallery hosts changing displays, covering a wide variety of themes from local artists to touring exhibitions, including photography, mixed media and sculpture, ensuring there is always something new and different to enjoy.
The gallery was built by Alderman William Smith and donated, along with his collection of artwork, to the people of Brighouse in 1907.
The Smith Art Gallery provides a pleasant atmosphere to meet your friends, interact with beautiful paintings and do the family gallery hunt/trail.
There is also an exciting programme of temporary exhibitions in a range of media from paintings to photography and textiles, providing a wonderful experience each time you visit.
BrighouseLocation, location, location! We're all about convenience at Premier Inn Hotel Huddersfield North - so whether you want to zip into town, get out i...Location, location, location! We're all about convenience at Premier Inn Hotel Huddersfield North - so whether you want to zip into town, get out in the country, or just rest a while on a long journey, you'll find us a great place to start. Get in on the main event at John Smith's Stadium. Sample student life at Huddersfield University. Or escape the urban hustle and bustle with a stroll around Kirklees Park and Priory. After a busy day, recharge with a tasty meal in our restaurant and a great night's sleep in our extra-comfy beds.
BrighouseThe Harrison Lord Gallery is fast earning a reputation as one of the best places to see and buy contemporary art in West Yorkshire, specialising in...The Harrison Lord Gallery is fast earning a reputation as one of the best places to see and buy contemporary art in West Yorkshire, specialising in contemporary art with a local bias. Famous Brighouse artist Peter Brook was one of the first artists to be represented and to this day his work still sells in large numbers through the gallery. The Gallery features a wide range of styles, so there is something for everyone. Regularly-held exhibitions showcase the talents of individual artists.
BrighouseCromwell Bottom is one of the most important wildlife sites in Calderdale. Situated next to the Calder and Hebble Navigation, the River Calder runs...Cromwell Bottom is one of the most important wildlife sites in Calderdale. Situated next to the Calder and Hebble Navigation, the River Calder runs through the reserve. The wetlands and meadows provide a variety of habitats for many insects, including butterflies, moths, dragonflies and damselflies. A bird feeding area attracts many birds to the site, including bullfinch, dunnock, woodpeckers, robins and redpoll. Other birds that can be seen or heard around the site include kingfishers, oystercatchers and curlew. Many mammals and amphibians have also made Cromwell Bottom their home. The reserve is wheelchair friendly, with many of the paths being suitable for wheelchair access. The paths are generally smooth, and there are no steep gradients. A RADAR key is required to open the gate fully to allow easier access. The reserve is accessed from the A6025 (Elland Road). Turn along a road by the side of Cromwell House (a large red brick building), then left under a height barrier into the small car park. The reserve is signposted from the far end of the car park. There are also buses that travel along the A6025.