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Welcome to The George Hotel

Address: St George's Square, Huddersfield, HD1 1JA

Hotel Description

This Victorian railway hotel is in the town centre, opposite Huddersfield Rail Station and 0.75 miles from Galpharm Stadium. It has free parking and the UK’s only Rugby League museum. The George Hotel was built in 1851 and has original features and traditional charm. In 1895, it hosted the meeting that founded Rugby League. The en suite rooms have TVs, trouser presses, hairdryers and tea/coffee. The St George's Restaurant has many period features and serves traditional English dishes and Yorkshire specialities. The George Hotel also has a traditional lounge, 24-hour room service and Stevo's Bar, which offers light snacks and bar meals. The hotel is close to Huddersfield's shops, restaurants and bars. The nearby Galpharm Stadium is home to Huddersfield Giants (rugby) and Huddersfield Town (football).

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  • Free Parking
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Huddersfield Centre - Town Centre

Huddersfield Centre - Town Centre

Distance 0.23 miles (0.37 km)
Huddersfield is a true Yorkshire town, full of surprising qualities, strong traditions, impressive architecture, quality shopping, top class sport, exciting festivals and artistic reputation. All this is set on the edge of the wonderful scenery of the Peak District National Park and South Pennines. Whatever your reason for visiting Huddersfield, be it work or leisure, we hope you enjoy your stay and spend time discovering some of the local places of interest or special events taking place throughout the year. Huddersfield's reputation was built around the textile industry, and its fine woolen worsteds are still sent around the world. Today the town is well known for its award winning festivals and artistic reputation.

Greenhead College - Huddersfield - University

Greenhead College - Huddersfield - University

Distance 0.45 miles (0.71 km)
We provide full-time advanced courses (A-level and Applied GCE) for students aged 16-19. Our excellent examination results are outstanding for a college of our type, placing us near the top of many A-level performance tables and first in the 'Sunday Times Parent Power' top 50 sixth-form colleges table for 2009. In October 2004 we were re-named a Beacon college and our 2007 Ofsted inspection report remarked that "The quality of provision is outstanding and has improved further on the high standards reported in the 2004 inspection.

Huddersfield Town Football Club - Football Club

Huddersfield Town Football Club - Football Club

Distance 0.58 miles (0.92 km)
Huddersfield Town Football Club Formed in 1908. The Galpharm Stadium is a multi-use sports stadium in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, England. Until 2004 it was known as the McAlpine Stadium but a change in sponsorship has led to the new title. During planning and construction, it was referred to as the Kirklees Stadium. It was awarded the RIBA Stirling Prize for architecture in 1995 The Galpharm stadium is home to Huddersfield Giants rugby league club and Huddersfield Town A.F.C. soccer club. It is also a regular venue for international rugby league The stadium was built in 1991, and cost 40 million.

Huddersfield (Fixby) Golf Club - Huddersfield - Golf

Huddersfield (Fixby) Golf Club - Huddersfield - Golf

Distance 1.68 miles (2.69 km)
Huddersfield Golf Club was formed following a meeting held in Huddersfield's George Hotel on December 21st 1891. The course was laid out on the magnificent parkland turf of Fixby Park with the assistance of the owners, the Clarke Thornhill family. The first captain was Harry Huth, and the first president, The Earl of Dartmouth. From the long doglegged 475 yard par 4 opening hole the course is a true test of golf. Mastery of every club in the bag is necessary to return a good score. The first nine are relatively flat but the second half is undulating, and at its highest on the 18th fairway. The clubhouse boasts an excellent choice of three bars, including the recently completed Centenary Hall, which can accommodate up to 150 people in style.