The start of an adventure.

Dubbed the Shoreditch of the North, Halifax is a town that is definitely on the up and the perfect base from which to explore all the attractions in this wonderful part of the world. So wherever your heading we’ll always be here to show you the way.

Peice Hall


Shop at the Piece Hall

This Grade I listed former cloth trading hall has recently been turned restored and is now a hub for independent shops – perfect for whiling away a few hours.

Chapel Show


See a square chapel show

From intimate acoustic gigs to touring theatre productions, film screenings and comedy nights, Halifax’s leading arts centre is the town’s cultural hub.

Smallest Music Venue


Visit Britain’s smallest music venue

The Grayston Unity, near to Halifax Town Hall, has eight beers on draft and 100 different types of spirits, but has a capacity of just 18 for its popular weekly gigs.

Shibden Hall


Explore Shibden Hall

Just a mile from our hotel is Shibden Hall, which was once home to the diarist, landowner, mountaineer and local legend Anne Lister, better known as Gentleman Jack.



Make a Eureka! play date

Just opposite our hotel is the award-winning children’s museum, Eureka! With not one glass case is sight, this museum is aimed at youngsters, although adults are guaranteed a good time too.

Ogden Water


Head to Ogden Water

The perfect place to get back to nature, take a stroll along the footpath which winds around the lake or explore the three longer trails through the park.

Climbing wall


Scale a climbing wall

Just down the road, a redundant flour silo has been turned into Britain’s highest man-made climbing wall, which is open to everyone from complete novices to skilled climbers.