This grand Jacobean Manor was built in 1633 and is a four star, independently owned hotel, packed full of character and history.
Attractive and Historic
Holdsworth House stands in three acres of attractive grounds and offers beautiful architecture, stone mullioned windows, pretty courtyards and well-kept gardens. Located three miles north of Halifax and close to scenic Bronte Country, Holdsworth House is popular with film companies and photographers, as well as those seeking a relaxing short break.
Packed Full of Features
In this historic house you'll find open fires, cosy lounges, fine antiques and tapestries that together create a sense of history, calm and comfort. There are 38 charming en suite bedrooms, all are individually furnished and some are dog friendly.
2AA Red Rosette Restaurant
Dinner is served by candlelight in the exquisite 17th Century, oak panelled restaurant, which has held 2 AA Rosettes for over 16 years. Choose from tried and tested local favourites or opt for something extra special - perfect for fine dining connoisseurs. The Long Bar has a wide selection of wines, whiskeys, cocktails and soft drinks and offers a cosy atmosphere at the end of the day.
The manor house has always been the premier choice in the area for famous guests since the ‘60s, and remains so today. More recently the manor has been popular with film companies including Jamie Oliver and the BBC; the hotel also featured in the BAFTA-winning TV show Last Tango in Halifax.
Yorkshire's Best Scenery and Attractions Nearby
Within a short drive you’ll discover a host of Yorkshire’s top attractions as well as some stunning countryside. Explore The Bronte Parsonage Museum, Eureka! National Children’s Museum, the Yorkshire Sculpture Park and the Keighley and Worth Valley Steam Railway for a day out full of culture, the arts and heritage.
All overnight guests benefit from free onsite parking and free wifi. Under 10 miles from the M62, Bradford, Huddersfield and Haworth, Holdsworth House feels a world apart from the bustle of everyday life.