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Bagden Hall Hotel, Huddersfield

Wakefield Road, Denby Dale, Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, HD8 8SZ, UK
Bagden Hall Hotel, Huddersfield Bagden Hall Hotel, Huddersfield 01484 865330 Wakefield Road Denby Dale Huddersfield
90 out of 100% 22 votes
Facilities: swipe to see more
  • Free Wifi
  • Accessible Rooms
  • Private Car Park
  • Pets Allowed
  • Walk-in Showers
  • Golf in Local Area

Set on beautiful grounds the Bagden Hall Hotel offers supremely comfortable accommodation, two dining options and warm friendly hospitality. Perfect to relax in after spending the day exploring West Yorkshire.

Mark Myhotelbreak & Classic Britain
Rooms & Facilities
Facilities: swipe to see more
  • Free Wifi
  • Accessible Rooms
  • Private Car Park
  • Pets Allowed
  • Walk-in Showers
  • Golf in Local Area

Number of Bedrooms: 36

Parking Spaces: 50

Steps into Hotel: 3

Check In Time: 3pm

Check Out Time: 11am

The Bagden Hall Hotel in Denby Dale near Huddersfield is surrounded by 40 acres of secluded parkland, with its own lake and overlooks the West Yorkshire countryside. This 3-star country house hotel in Yorkshire is located between Leeds and Sheffield, and just ten minutes from junction 39 of the M1. Not only is the Bagden Hall ideally located for visiting Yorkshire’s ‘Last of The Summer Wine country you are also within easy reach of the Peak District and Brontë Country.

Each of the 36 en-suite rooms located at the Bagden Hall Hotel offers style and comfort befitting an elegant country house. 16 bedrooms and suites are located in the main house and a further 20 are situated in the Lakeside Lodge overlooking the Lake and Folly and are 30 seconds walk from the main hotel. The hotel is also able to offer one room which is specially adapted and accessible for disabled guests.

Choose from the two delicious dining options available at the Bagden Hall Hotel. The Glendale Restaurant offers fine à la carte dining and Norton’s Bar and Bistro has a relaxed and informal menu, making it ideal for families. Both restaurants overlook the hotel’s beautiful gardens and have seasonal menus featuring the very best of local Yorkshire produce whenever possible.

The Bagden Hall Hotel offers great late deals and special offers on short breaks throughout the year. Book online today with My Hotel Break.



tick TV
tick Tea/Coffee
tick Iron/Board
tick Toiletries
tick Hairdryer
tick Telephone
tick Walk In Showers

Bagden Hall has all the glorious proportions of a Victorian country house and many of the bedrooms make the very best of large windows that overlook the 40 acres of gardens and grounds.

Choose from 36 bedrooms including suites, double or twin rooms, and smaller single rooms. All are en suite, have good WiFi access, TVs with Freeview, and all include thoughtful touches to make sure you have a very comfortable stay.

Bagden Hall is also able to offer one room which is specially adapted and accessible for disabled guests.


Bar & Restaurant

tick Outdoor Dining Terrace

The Glendale Restaurant at the Bagden Hall Hotel offers guests the opportunity to relax over fine à la carte dining overlooking the hotel’s beautiful grounds - the perfect spot for a relaxing evening with great food.

The chefs create all dishes from the very best seasonal ingredients, local to Yorkshire whenever possible, and the seasonally-changing menu includes classic British dishes and cuisine from around the world. An extensive wine list picks the cream of Old and New World wine producers.

Glendale Sample Menu

Norton’s Bar and Bistro offers a relaxed and informal dining experience.
Also overlooking the gardens at Bagden Hall Norton’s Bistro is a great place to dine with the family either midweek or for a leisurely weekend lunch or dinner.

With one of the best menus in West Yorkshire, the selection of dishes at Norton’s includes some great British favourites, with ingredients sourced as seasonally and locally as can be.

Nortons Bar Sample Menu

Opening times: 10.00 am until 9.00 pm daily for morning coffee, snacks and light lunches, afternoon tea and dinner.

Afternoon Tea in West Yorkshire
Afternoon tea is one of the joys of life and one that is made to be shared. Bagden Hall is delighted to bring you a choice of West Yorkshire Afternoon Teas with the freshest, homemade scones, sandwiches and cakes - all served, of course, with a piping hot pot of your favourite blend. Make it a celebration and add a glass of fizz!

Location & Directions

Directions to Bagden Hall Hotel in Scisset near Huddersfield

By Road
If travelling on the M1 from the South:

Leave the motorway at junction 38

Take the Huddersfield exit (A637)

Continue on this road, go straight over the next very small roundabout and through the village of West Bretton you will eventually come to a large roundabout

At this roundabout turn left to join the A636, this is signposted ‘Denby Dale’

Follow this road for approximately 10 minutes travelling through the villages of Clayton West and then Scissett. As you are leaving Scissett village Bagden Hall is just round the bend on the left-hand side. There is a signpost at the bottom of the driveway.

If travelling on the M1 from the North:

Leave the motorway at junction 39

Turn right at the roundabout and take the 3rd exit which is the A636 signposted ‘Denby Dale’

Do not now leave this road until you reach Bagden Hall

You will come to one large roundabout – go straight over continuing on the A636

Continue through the villages of Clayton West and then Scissett (speed camera). As you are leaving Scissett village Bagden Hall is just round the bend on the left-hand side. There is a signpost at the bottom of the driveway.

If travelling from Huddersfield Centre:

Leave Huddersfield on the A629 signposted Sheffield

Keep on this road for approximately 20/25 minutes

You will go through Waterloo, Kirkburton, Shelley & Shepley (at all times staying on the A629)

After travelling through the village of Shepley look out for a pub on the right-hand side of the road (The Sovereign) and an Esso garage on the left (The Sovereign Garage)

Turn left here to join the A635 – do not leave this road at any point. As you approach the village of Denby Dale just before reaching the viaduct the road actually becomes the A636 (you would have to actually take a right-hand turn here to stay on the A635 – if you do this you will be on the wrong road) – continue underneath the viaduct and through the village of Denby Dale (speed cameras) and through a little residential area signposted Kitchenroyd. Bagden Hall is on the right-hand side just as you are leaving Kitchenroyd and before you reach Scissett village)

We are then on the right up a driveway

By Rail

The nearest Train Station is Denby Dale, situated approximately 2 miles from the hotel. Please call the Hotel if you would like a taxi booked to collect you at the station.

By Air

The nearest airport is Leeds Bradford, situated approximately 25 miles away, and easily reached by the motorway network. Manchester Airport is situated approximately 35 miles away, and, again can easily be reached by the motorway network.

Notice Board

Hotel Notice Board

Dogs Welcome
Bagden Hall Hotel is dog-friendly and is delighted to welcome well-behaved four-legged guests. There is a charge of £10 per dog (maximum of two dogs per room and subject to availability). This charge will be applied at the hotel. Please make sure dogs are not left unattended in your room as the hotel will charge for any damage.

Things to See and Do
tick Walking
tick Cycling
tick Horse Racing
tick Golf in Local Area
tick Climbing

Bagden Hall Hotel is brilliantly placed for visiting all that there is to see and do in West Yorkshire.

Kirklees Light Railway - 1.5 miles
Yorkshire Sculpture Park - 4 miles
National Coal Mining Museum for England - 8 miles
Last of the Summer Wine – Holmfirth - 6 miles
City of York - 41miles

For those looking for a little retail therapy, you are just twenty minutes away from Meadow Hall Shopping Centre on the outskirts of Sheffield with easy access to the M1 with free parking. If it is a more unique outdoor shopping experience that you are looking for with perhaps an afternoon tea at the famous Bettys then either York or Harrogate just over 40 miles away would provide a great day out. With the bustling centres of Hudderfield-Wakefield nearby, there’s plenty for everyone.

Walkers will love the breathtaking beauty of "The Last of the Summer Wine" countryside.

Cycling Route
For those looking for a two-wheel tour of the area, there are plenty of routes to choose from just take your time with those who would like to follow part of the Tour de Yorkshire route.

Additional local attractions and shopping:
Nostell Priory - 14 miles Nostell Priory
Royal Armouries - Leeds - 18 miles Royal Armouries
Magna Museum - Rotherham - 20 miles Magna Museum
X- Scape - Castleford - 21 miles X-Scape
National Media Museum - Bradford - 25 miles National Media Museum
Harewood House - Leeds - 26 miles Harewood House
Bronte Country – Haworth - 28 miles Bronte Country
Yorvick Viking Centre York - 41 miles Yorvik Viking Centre
Doncaster Racecourse - 28 miles Doncaster Racing
Wetherby Racecourse - 35 miles Wetherby Racing
York Racecourse - 40 miles York Racing

For more information on things to see in and do in the area, check out our Destination Guide in Huddersfield.

Does the hotel have accessible rooms?
Yes they are located in the building next to the main hotel, the rooms have wider doors to assist with wheelchairs, the bathroom has a shower over the bath but the shower is lower and the bathroom has aids to assist.
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