- Adults Only
- Four-Poster Beds
- Roll-Top Baths
- Conference Facilities
- Civil Ceremonies
- Walking/Jogging trails
Every now and again, a hotel comes along that gets you excited, and Manor House Lindley is definitely one of those… This stunning Grade II Listed Georgian house certainly makes an impression with its archetypal yellow stone facade. Enter its doors and you’ll instantly get the feeling you’ve stepped back in time, but don’t be fooled – once inside, you’ll find a seriously, sexy boutique hotel.
Making the most of its heritage features, you’ll discover lavish interiors; walls decorated with stunning Victorian and William Morris prints, rooms adorned with sumptuous fabrics and classic roll-top baths, alongside industrial-chic wet rooms, dark leather and shimmering accessories.
This is clearly a grown-up getaway, with upscale dining options to match. Why not try a decadent afternoon tea in the Clocktower Lounge or on the terrace, a tasting menu of delicious seasonal produce served in The Lantern Room or a relaxed dining experience at The Kitchen? Edgy design, quality ingredients and classic elegance combine to present a gastronomic feast. And don’t miss out on the Lindley Cellars. Coming soon – an opulent den channelling the Prohibition era that gives a whole new meaning to boutique.
Set yourself a challenge and see if you can pull yourself away from all the grandeur of the hotel by stepping out into lovely Lindley. A vibrant little village in West Yorkshire, it’s growing popularity is evident as more and more people uncover its lively bars, independent shops and characteristic mills, chapels and historic structures, including the Grade II listed Clockwork Tower, which can be seen from The Clocktower Lounge (of course) and some of the bedrooms at Manor House Lindley.
It’s also a short drive to the colourful market town of Huddersfield – a great spot to reach many of Yorkshire’s other hotspots including the bohemian market town of Hebden Bridge, Halifax with its stunning Victorian architecture and lively Leeds.
Boasting a well-equipped gym, wellbeing studio and apartment-style room on its way, Manor House Lindley is set to become one of the finest luxury hotels in West Yorkshire. So, beat the crowds and head to this small luxury hotel in Huddersfield soon, for this is the type of hotel you daydream about long after you’ve arrived back home…
Dine and Drink
You really will be spoilt for choice at Manor House Lindley with its outstanding facilities. For a boutique hotel in West Yorkshire with just 11 rooms, there’s a dining situation to suit every occasion. Fancy cocktails on the terrace or a sumptuous supper in an atmospheric dining room? You’re in luck. Manor offers this, and more…
The Clocktower Lounge
If it’s afternoon tea you’re after, head for the equisitely decorated Clocktower lounge. After spending 9 years at the Ritz in London, The Head Pastry Chef will delight you with inspired cakes and pastries galore, served in the most delicate of china. White marble tables, splashes of colour, delicate wall paper and extravagant light fittings create this sleek space. Nice sunny day? Enjoy your tea out on the roof terrace.
The Lantern Room
Named after the spectacular, centre piece lantern light fitting, The Lantern Room produces a seasonally-changing menu with locally sourced produce and unique flavours. Revealing the original brick walls and ceiling stained-glass, this beautiful space is decorated with unique artwork and a beautiful flower mural upon the ceiling to awe. Tasting menu or a la carte menu – whatever takes your fancy, you’re going to love it.
Fancy a more relaxed dining experience? You’ll want to try The Kitchen. Recently renovated with original wooden beams, glass walls overlooking the courtyard and hedge archways, decorated with an abundance of cream shaded flowers with the tempting scent of freshly baked cakes in the air – a perfect space to indulge in a freshly baked breakfast. Again, using only locally-sourced ingredients, the seasonal salads and home-made cakes are oh-so-tempting.
Underneath the courtyard lies a hidden vault, used Prohibition-style drinking on Friday and Saturday nights and a perfectly secret dining destination for private parties galore. Styled with stained-glass windows, leather booths, 1920’s styled bar and a pink neon sign, this quirky space provides a haven for guests craving a taste of the Gatsby era.
Whether it’s a private family meal, a birthday celebration or even a wedding, The Manor will cater for all your needs.
Weddings at Manor House Lindley can take place in the local church, or the hotel’s Coach House – a stylish and discreet location surrounded by wonderful landscaping for those all-important photos. Followed by celebrations in the elegant rooms of Manor House, it’s picture-perfect.
And with each wedding completely bespoke, the experienced team at The Manor will find out exactly what you’d like and deliver. Of course, with 11 gorgeous rooms in the hotel, you and some of your lucky guests have already got your accommodation sorted!
Things to do in and around Lindley
Aside from taking a stroll around the picturesque village of Lindley, taking in its iconic clock tower, mills and chapels, you’ll certainly want to browse the independent shops. Further afield, visit the Castle Tower in Huddersfield, the Royal Pump Rooms and Valley Gardens of Harrogate and lively Leeds with its historical houses and great nightlife.
High intricate ceilings, stunning dual-aspect windows, and a feeling of true splendour permeate within each of these Diamond Category rooms. Each room is uniquely designed with a stylish en-suite featuring a monochrome, heritage pattern, roll top bathtub, walk-in shower big enough for two, spacious living area and colourful spaces with splashes of art throughout.
High ceilings, grandeur spaces and unique decor, each Platinum Category Room features a delicate infusion of rustic furniture and an elegant ambience with some rooms even featuring it’s own private balcony for a romantic afternoon watching the sunset.
Each of these smaller bedrooms boast characterful furnishings and quirky accessories. Each of these rooms are unique and boutique with a careful attention to detail payed with every feature with a luxurious en-suite, cosy space and luxurious extras.
Owning it’s own driveway and parking facilities, The Apartment is located separately from the hotel to ensure complete privacy and relaxation for those guests wishing to stay a little longer. Being a two story building, The Apartment boasts a beautifully traditional Victorian lounge area, complimented with oriental furnishings upstairs to the left with a unique four-poster bed and wet room bathroom to the right so every guest feel at home. Step down the black tiled staircase to discover a romantic, gallery kitchen – perfect for a romantic night in and very handy for long-term residents.
Amazing experience,thank you for organising this.