Popular Lettings in Huddersfield
Highlights in Huddersfield
- Castle Hill
- Tolson Museum
- Kirklees Light Railway
- John Smith’s Stadium
- Lawrence Bailey Theatre
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Holiday rentals and lettings in Huddersfield
This quaint university town is chock-full of history. It is famous for its abundance of award-winning Victorian architecture and listed buildings. Why not explore its cobbled streets from the comfort of your holiday cottage or apartment? Tree flanked lettings provide a relaxing respite from the hustle and bustle of the big city. Book holiday rentals on the outskirts of Huddersfield and bask in the beauty of the English countryside.Holiday rentals and lettings with garden
Whether you’re planning a weekend getaway with friends or organizing a much needed family trip, Huddersfield has the perfect holiday rental for you. Renovated rustic stone cottages featuring farmhouse kitchens and open fireplaces can be found in and around town. Travelling with a big party? There are plenty of out-of-town rentals which can accommodate up to 10 people. Most lettings include a beautiful English country garden where you can inhale floral scents over morning coffee or host a summer barbecue. They are equipped with everything you need to enjoy your stay.
Holidays in Huddersfield
The area and getting around
Huddersfield is the British capital of real ale and craft beers, located in West Yorkshire. The local Magic Rock Brewery produces one of the country’s most popular tipples and to have a full experience, get on board the transpennine express train and take the Rail Ale Trail. This is also a colourful and exciting market town with an impressive legacy, exquisite food and lots of amusing walks where you can discover spooky tales on the Shudderfield Trail or just follow the short trails in and around town to immerse into its heritage.Huddersfield for international food lovers
Huddersfield offers diners vibrant, international culinary experiences. Take a gastronomic trip around the world and choose between Lebanese mezze at MedOne, Mexican burritos at Gringos or Eastern delights at Thai Sakon. For some traditional fare, The Scape House Inn serves up a scrumptious Sunday roast. But if you are itching for a sweet, clotted cream scones at the Northern Tea House are guaranteed to put a smile on your face. What are you waiting for?
Travellers and activities
Huddersfield makes for the perfect country retreat. But there is far more to it than traditional ale houses and rolling hills. Fancy yourself as the next Tiger Woods? There is no better place than Bradley Park Golf Course for improving your tee shots. Plus, it’s floodlit after dark. Why not make the most of your holiday and invest in a private lesson or two? When in the mood for a gentle stroll, Greenhead Park is the perfect place to unwind, relax and bask in the beautiful surroundings. It also makes for a great picnic spot.Festivals galore
This unsuspecting Yorkshire town plays host to heaps of festivals every year. Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival is the UK’s largest international festival of new and experimental music. It takes place over ten days and includes concerts, theatre, dance and film. And if that wasn’t enough, the annual literature festival also attracts big name writers from across the country. In August you can attend the famous food and drinks festival in St George’s Square, with grand listed buildings as a backdrop, or the Caribbean Carnival in July! Fun for everyone is assured!
Huddersfield Town FC became the first English football team to win the Football League in the 1920s. Town won the league not once, but three times. Only Manchester United, Arsenal and Liverpool have managed it since.
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This is without a doubt, the monument that stands out from the crowd. Human activity here dates back over 4000 years. This Iron Age hill fort was once surrounded by ramparts and defensive ditches. It was rebuilt in 1897 to commemorate Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee. Our advice? Don’t leave your camera behind. The views of the beautiful landscape and across town from the top are simply breathtaking.2. Tolson Museum, a place full of history
If you are curious or intrigued by Huddersfield’s past, this museum offers visitors a vivid picture of the area and its people, from prehistory to the present day. It’s a perfect rainy day activity that sure to keep everyone entertained and admission is completely free.3. Kirklees Light Railway
If you’re looking for a great family day out, then climb aboard for an all-weather scenic journey through the beautiful South Pennine foothills. The narrow gauge railway is open from February to December and there is a full programme of special events throughout the year. Tickets sell out fast during school holidays though. Don’t leave it to late and miss out.4. Legendary John Smith’s Stadium
Sport fans know that Huddersfield is rugby mad as it is the birthplace of Rugby League. If you are too, then catching a glimpse of the Huddersfield Giants in action at the John Smith’s Stadium is an absolute must during your visit.5. Lawrence Batley Theatre
Named after a local entrepreneur and philanthropist, its foundation stone was laid by Judi Dench back in 1994. These days it plays host to a wide range of performances and meet-the-artist events. Check out the programme and let a night at the theatre to make for a great addition to any holiday.