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Wakefield Limes Hotel is 3.5 miles from Wakefield city center, and offers rooms with attached bathroom and free WiFi. Leeds is 4 miles away. Guests can enjoy free parking at the property. Excellent stay in lovely hotel.
Holiday Inn Express Wakefield hotel is ideally located in the center of Wakefield. A short walk from Wakefield Westgate Train Station with direct train links to London Kings Cross, Leeds and York. Location, location, location. Great reception staff. Helpful. Hotel was close to everything we wanted to do including a nice day trip to York. Our room was very nicely presented & very spacious.
Located in Wakefield city center, Citilodge contemporary hotel features a 24-hour front desk and is a minute's walk from the cathedral. Trinity Walk Shopping Center is just a 3-minute walk away. Comfortable, very clean and warm
Located just off junction 40 of the M1 and within 5 minutes of the M62, the Ramada Wakefield is just 2 miles from the center of Wakefield. The staff were kind and helpful, the room was spacious and comfortable, initially we were given the wrong room but the staff rectified the problem immediately. We will stay again. Lovely overnight get away.
A Victorian house located a 10-minute drive from Wakefield, Dimple Well Lodge Hotel offers a range of dining experiences, a bar, rooms with flat-screen TVs and free parking. Lovely setting very helpful staff and great location for travelling to Wakefield and Adwick le Street. Superb breakfast and stayed another night - paying hotel directly.
Dating to the 1740s, The Mews Hotel is set in a charming courtyard in Ossett, between Wakefield and Dewsbury. It offers real ales in the cozy bar and a restaurant serving classic British cuisine. Slept in a nest of fluffy pillows. Staff and dinner were excellent - a last minute booking a very pleasant sirprise and change from the usual sterile hotels - I will definately be back.
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On average, it costs $76 per night to book a 3-star hotel in Wakefield for tonight. You'll pay around $77 if you choose to stay in a 4-star hotel tonight, while a 5-star hotel in Wakefield will cost around $100, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
The average price per night for a 3-star hotel in Wakefield this weekend is $155 or, for a 4-star hotel, $197. Looking for something even fancier? 5-star hotels in Wakefield for this weekend cost around $283 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
On average, 3-star hotels in Wakefield cost $72 per night, and 4-star hotels in Wakefield are $81 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Wakefield can be found for $134 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
The hotel is in a good location. Secure parking. There are several pub/restaurants close by which are easy to walk to. The Dam Inn is particularly good. There is a scenic walk around the Dam at Newmillerdam. The room was a little tired but the bed was large and comfy. The bathroom was not glamorous but adequate. The hotel was very quiet during the night and not overpoweringly hot like some hotels. Breakfast was advertised as buffet style which we don't like but we were pleased to find the full English was cooked to order and served at the table and it was excellent. The staff were very attentive pleasant and helpful. We will definitely stay there again.
There are a few lovely restaurants and newer bars but amenities in Wakefield are lacking and it’s a city in need of some TLC. Random people on the street seem generally angry...yelling at their kids and each other entirely too much! And we are here over Christmas 😳
Visit The Hepworth even if you're not the 'arty type' it's a great place to wander round and it has a very good cafe. The Yorkshire Sculpture Park is nearby and is well worth a visit, it also includes such lovely park land. Pugney's Lake is great for bird lovers and those interested in water sports as well as ordinary visitors.
Everything was on our doorstep - closeness of proximity to City Centre. Great atmosphere. Street entertainment in the Mall which added atmosphere to the City heart. The Cathedral was well worth a visit as I am a fan of different types of architecture. As we flew into Bradford Airport at Leeds and hired a car, Wakefield was a nice leisurely drive from the Airport to our accommodation. On Sunday, we had a delicious roast lunch at "The Dam Inn" and a nice leisurely stroll in the park opposite the pub to walk our lunch off.
Getting around Wakefield city center on foot is so easy. Make it your central location to explore Yorkshire and beyond. Wakefield has many restaurants, wine bars and traditional pubs for a great night out with friends. Legendary for the Westgate pub run, if you are up for the challenge! If you are a history and genealogy buff or want to trace ancestry then the West Yorkshire Archive service has to be at the top of your list to visit. If you like shopping then take a trip to the trinity walk shopping center. The mining museum is a must with easy access from Wakefield. There are many beautiful parks and walkways in Wakefield and something for everyone. You will need more than a week to do everything that you wish. Go to the Wakefield Tourist board on the bull ring for a full list/review of all the wonderful experiences in Wakefield, there is truly something for everyone.
We went to the scare grounds to start our weekend off which was amazing!!!!would recommend this to anyone who like ms a good scare! We then went into Wakefield centre and visited the fantastic nightlife there- very busy and fantastic!!
8.9 Excellent 407 reviews
The hotel is tastefully decorated and exudes the homely comfort of a good British pub. The staff are friendly and helpful without being over fussy. The meals were tasty and well cooked and the portions hearty. The menu offered something. for everyone making choosing pleasantly difficult. The location close to Junction 40 of the M1 is ideal for Dewsbury, Wakefield, Leeds etc. The bedroom was spacious and comfortably furnished while the bathroom was superb. We would certainly stay again or recommend The Mews t friends.
6.9 Review score 184 reviews
The property was conveniently located in Wakefield with a short walking distance into the centre of town. All in all the apartment had all amenities necessary for our stay. There was an issue with hot water for the shower but after a quick phone call this was quickly rectified. Access to the apartment was quick and easy and check out was the same. I do think that the requirement of a security deposit needs to be made clearer before booking the non-refundable apartment.
8.2 Very Good 134 reviews
We needed an overnight stay in July and everything seemed to be booked. Up popped Dimple Well Lodge and we booked, hoping that it would be ok. Well, it's much better than ok. It's a lovely small hotel and if ever I'm in the area again, I'll revisit.
8.6 Excellent 1,391 reviews
Hotel was adequate, clean and staff were friendly. During the bank holiday weekend there were lots of noisy people in the centre of town who clearly had too much to drink! Not my idea of a nice weekend ! Of course this is not the fault of the hotel.
8.6 Excellent 502 reviews
Good shower, and well organised bathroom Excellent softboiled eggs Evening one-course meal was almost always wonderful, and staff charming and efficient. Having this meal every day made all the difference to my days in Wakefield.
8.4 Very Good 1,821 reviews
This former Travelodge was great value for money for a one night stay in Wakefield. It was a bit basic, but it did the job. The room was clean and warm, which are the main things.
8.1 Very Good 780 reviews
Rural location, village pubs and great Italian restaurant nearby, walking in the woods near hotel, handy for Hepworth Wakefield and Yorkshire Sculpture Park.
7.6 Good 1,432 reviews
The Cedar Court Hotel was very clean comfortable and the staff were very friendly
7.1 Good 1,540 reviews
The room was comfortable, staff was friendly and overall was a nice hotel
8.1 Very Good 2,046 reviews
Was reasonably priced and only a£5 taxi to centre of Wakefield
8.4 Very Good 473 reviews
Staff very pleasant. Food not bad in hotel restaurant.
9.1 Awesome 344 reviews
Excellent stay in lovely hotel.
9.0 Awesome 7 reviews
Key pick-up was easy and well communicated. The cottage was exceptionally clean and tidy, and was really comfortably furnished. I loved the sofa, and the large array of books and DVDs. We had a great night's sleep in a very comfortable bed with quality bedding. Apart from lack of washing pods or powder, it was well equipped. There was plenty of tea, coffee, and sugar on hand, and we really appreciated the small bottle of milk and breakfast items left for us. A meal at the local pub was only a few minutes walk away.
8.6 Excellent 192 reviews
Very spacious room, clean and tidy, bed was lovely and firm, we were on the first floor so the view over the golf course and countryside was great. Lots of parking spaces. There was plenty of choice at breakfast. Staff were very friendly and helpful.
9.6 Exceptional 151 reviews
Mike the host was terrific. He was on hand to provide the keys, he left a selection of food and drink in the fridge and helped immediately when we had a glitch. The property was super clean. The bed was super comfortable. How much better does it get?
8.4 Very Good 398 reviews
Warm and comfy big breakfast Basic place with exceptional value
8.7 Excellent 417 reviews
Great location lovely room extra surprise for birthday
8.0 Very Good 74 reviews
Very good atmosphere and staff were very accommodating
8.3 Very Good 370 reviews
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