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These real log lodges, each unique in design and with an American hot tub, music system, real log fires and hungarian goose down bedding for the ultimate nights sleep, ooze quality and ambience.
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West Yorkshire Visitor's Guide

Embark on a journey to West Yorkshire, where vibrant cities meet serene countryside, offering an eclectic mix of experiences. Savour the region's famed rhubarb, part of the so-called Rhubarb Triangle, and indulge in hearty Yorkshire cuisine after a day exploring Brontë country or strolling through the historic streets of Leeds. Adventure seekers can tackle the Pennine trails, while culture enthusiasts catch a play in one of Bradford's esteemed theatres. For those seeking a cosy retreat, a lodge or cabin stay in West Yorkshire is unbeatable, whether it's a couple's escape, a family outing, or a fun trip with friends.

Why Take Your 2024 Lodge Break in West Yorkshire?

West Yorkshire, a vibrant blend of urban and rural landscapes, is a gem in the heart of England. It's not just the rolling hills or the post-industrial charm of cities like Leeds and Bradford that beckon visitors. This year, West Yorkshire is buzzing with events such as the Leeds Festival and the Haworth 1940s Weekend. A lodge break here offers a more intimate connection with the countryside than a hotel stay. You're in for a unique experience with the Yorkshire Dales on your doorstep and the Brontë Parsonage Museum whispering tales of literary legends. Plus, lodges often come with perks like hot tubs and log fires, making them a cozy retreat after a day of exploration.

If you're visiting West Yorkshire with kids

Absolutely, West Yorkshire is a playground for kids! From the interactive wonders at Eureka! The National Children's Museum to the historical escapades at Leeds Royal Armouries, there's no shortage of activities. Lodges offer space for kids to roam and often include amenities like game rooms and outdoor play areas. It's a chance for the whole family to unwind in nature, away from the bustle of city life.

  1. Comfortable walking shoes for those Yorkshire Dales adventures.
  2. Waterproof jackets – the weather can be unpredictable.
  3. Swimwear for lodges with pools or nearby beaches.
  4. Sunscreen and hats for sunny days out.
  5. Outdoor toys like frisbees or footballs for playtime.
  6. Snacks for day trips – some local produce for a true taste of Yorkshire.
  7. A camera or smartphone for capturing those memorable moments.
  8. Any favourite bedtime books or toys to help settle in at night.

Pet Friendly West Yorkshire Adventures

West Yorkshire is a treat for pets, with many lodges welcoming furry friends. You'll find plenty of pet-friendly pubs and eateries, like The Cow and Calf in Ilkley or The Fleece Inn at Barkisland. When booking, look for lodges with enclosed gardens to give your dog a safe space to play. Remember to pack essentials like a dog bed, food, and water bowls. And it's always a good idea to check in advance for any restrictions on local trails or attractions.

Dog walking ideas in West Yorkshire

Route Distance (miles) Scenery Postcode
Ogden Water Country Park 2.5 Lake & Woodland HX2 8YA
Ilkley Moor Varies Moorland LS29 9RF
Haworth Moor Varies Heathland & Historical BD22 8QA
Temple Newsam 4.5 Historic Estate & Gardens LS15 0AE
Golden Acre Park 3 Parkland & Lake LS16 8BQ

Remember, always keep your dog on a lead where required, and be mindful of local wildlife and livestock. West Yorkshire's varied landscapes offer the perfect mix of adventure and tranquillity for you and your pet.

Romantic Breaks for Couples

If you're looking to treat your other half to a romantic getaway, West Yorkshire's lodges offer the perfect escape. Picture yourself unwinding in a secluded lodge, perhaps one with a luxurious hot tub under the stars. For those special occasions, some lodges even provide pamper packs to enhance the experience.

For a touch of indulgence, couples can seek out lodges that partner with local spas, ensuring a serene retreat. Dining out is a treat too, with many lodges situated close to quaint country pubs and fine dining restaurants, ideal for candlelit dinners and long, leisurely lunches.

Local Cuisine and Dining Experiences

West Yorkshire's local cuisine is hearty and satisfying, with the famous Yorkshire pudding being a must-try. For a memorable dining experience, couples should book a table at The Shibden Mill Inn, known for its intimate atmosphere and exquisite dishes.

Families looking for a friendly vibe will love The Cow and Calf in Ilkley, which offers stunning views and a diverse menu. For a taste of local ale and classic British fare, The Fleece Inn in Addingham is a top pick.

For a good night out

West Yorkshire's vibrant nightlife caters to all tastes. In Leeds, check out Call Lane for an eclectic mix of bars and live music venues. For a traditional pub experience, The Grove Inn is a hidden gem with an impressive selection of real ales and a welcoming atmosphere.


Anglers will find West Yorkshire a delightful spot for fishing, with a variety of well-stocked lakes and rivers. Here's a list of prime fishing locations:

  • Swillington Park Fishing - LS26 8QA
  • Whitecotes Lake - WF2 6EN
  • Thornhill Lees - WF12 0JX
  • Harrogate Road Fishery - LS17 8NT
  • Westfield Fisheries - BD19 6DA

Outdoor Adventures

For adrenaline junkies, Rother Valley Country Park offers a range of watersports, while Another World Adventure Centre provides archery and mountain boarding. Prices vary, but a day of activities can range from £30 to £100, with seasonal opening times typically from March to October.

Shopping and Souvenirs

Name Type On Offer Postcode
Victoria Quarter Shopping Centre High-end Retailers LS1 6AZ
Leeds Kirkgate Market Market Local Goods & Food LS2 7HY
The Piece Hall Historic & Boutique Artisan Shops HX1 1RE
White Rose Shopping Centre Shopping Centre Popular Brands LS11 8LU
Salts Mill Art & Shopping Books, Art & Homeware BD18 3LA

Top lodge breaks for 2024 in West Yorkshire

Faweather Grange Lodges, West Yorkshire

Driving Distance: About 30 minutes (11.61 miles) | Sleeps: Up to 8 | Pet friendly? Yes

What to expect: Faweather Grange Lodges are a haven of luxury with American hot tubs, music systems, real log fires, and Hungarian goose down bedding, all nestled on a hillside offering dramatic views across a secluded woodland valley to Ilkley Moor.

Who will love these lodges? Ideal for families, couples, and friends, these lodges offer a tranquil retreat with a touch of opulence. The unique design and high-quality furnishings make it a standout choice for those seeking a special getaway.

What can you do here? Anything onsite? Indulge in in-lodge therapies, challenge yourself with guided mountain bike rides, or explore the local trails. With over 40 restaurants within a 15-minute drive, dining options are plentiful. Onsite, enjoy the luxury of your private hot tub.

What's nearby? Venture to Ilkley Moor (15 minutes), explore the historic town of Ilkley, or take a short drive to Leeds (30 minutes) for a mix of cultural and shopping experiences. The cost of attractions varies, but the proximity to natural beauty and urban amenities ensures there's something for everyone.

Accommodation options: Choose from a variety of lodges such as The Hideaway and Aspen, perfect for groups or families, or Tamarisk for a romantic couple's retreat. All lodges offer privacy, comfort, and some are pet friendly, ensuring your furry friends can join the adventure.

Daisy Bank Camp, West Yorkshire

Driving Distance: About 46 minutes (20.57 miles) | Sleeps: Up to 4 | Pet friendly? Yes

What to expect: Daisy Bank Camp offers a serene 'digital detox' experience with hand-built timber-clad cabins, no Wi-Fi or TV, and interiors adorned with local art, all set within a family's permaculture smallholding.

Who will love these lodges? Perfect for nature enthusiasts, walkers, and cyclists, this camp is a sanctuary for those looking to disconnect and immerse themselves in the countryside. The artistic touches and eco-friendly ethos will appeal to those with a love for sustainability and the arts.

What can you do here? Anything onsite? The focus here is on relaxation and enjoying the natural surroundings. However, the nearby towns of Hebden Bridge, Heptonstall, and Todmorden offer dining and cultural experiences within a 10-minute drive.

What's nearby? Discover the literary landscapes of Howarth, home of the Brontës (30 minutes), or explore the charming streets of Hebden Bridge. The area is rich in history and natural beauty, with prices for attractions varying to suit all budgets.

Accommodation options: The 'nests', such as Skylark and Linnet, provide cosy retreats for two, while Tawny and Curlew offer more space for up to four guests. All cabins are pet friendly, ensuring your pets can enjoy the break as much as you do.

Springwood Lodges, Yorkshire

Driving Distance: About 59 minutes (27.98 miles) | Sleeps: Up to 2 | Pet friendly? No

What to expect: Springwood Lodges is an exclusive couples' retreat nestled in a 29-acre oak wood, offering Scandinavian lodges with hot tubs, log burners, and enchanting views in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales.

Who will love these lodges? Couples seeking a romantic and secluded break will find Springwood Lodges ideal. The combination of luxury, privacy, and natural beauty creates a perfect setting for anniversaries, honeymoons, or simply a peaceful escape.

What can you do here? Anything onsite? Relax in your private hot tub, enjoy the sauna, or cosy up by the log burner. The lodges are designed for relaxation, with the surrounding woodland offering tranquil walks.

What's nearby? Explore the 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty' of Nidderdale or venture further into the Yorkshire Dales for hiking and sightseeing. Attractions in the area cater to a range of interests and budgets.

Accommodation options: The lodges, such as Sneugle and Skovarel, are designed for couples, featuring four-poster beds, saunas, and hot tubs. The emphasis here is on luxury and intimacy, with no pets allowed to maintain the tranquil atmosphere.

Dovestone Holiday Park, Peak District

Driving Distance: About 46 minutes (28.32 miles) | Sleeps: Up to 8 | Pet friendly? Yes

What to expect: Dovestone Holiday Park is set at the foot of Dovestone Reservoir, bordering the Peak District National Park, offering a mix of glamping pods, safari tents, and cottages for a quintessential relaxing break.

Who will love these lodges? Ideal for those who love outdoor adventures, this park caters to couples, families, and groups looking to explore the Peak District and enjoy the local amenities of nearby villages.

What can you do here? Anything onsite? The park itself is a gateway to outdoor activities such as walking and cycling. While there are no hot tubs in the glamping pods, the safari tents and secluded lodges offer this luxury.

What's nearby? Visit the 'Last of the Summer Wine' town of Holmfirth (within 30 minutes) or explore the Blue John Caves and Buxton Opera House. The area is rich in cultural and natural attractions, with varying costs to suit different budgets.

Accommodation options: From the intimate glamping pod 'The Nest' to the spacious 'Dovestone Cottage', there are options for all group sizes. Some accommodations are pet friendly, and select options feature hot tubs for that extra touch of indulgence.

Don't Miss These Fantastic Days Out In West Yorkshire

Yorkshire Sculpture Park

  • Opening Times: 10:00 - 17:00 daily
  • Prices: Entry is free, parking charges apply
  • Postcode: WF4 4JX
  • Est. time required: Half a day to a full day
  • Nearest parking: On-site

Yorkshire Sculpture Park is an open-air gallery set in the stunning landscape of West Bretton. Art enthusiasts and nature lovers will be in their element exploring the works of renowned artists like Henry Moore and Barbara Hepworth. The park is ever-evolving, with new installations and exhibitions popping up regularly. To make the most of your visit, wear comfy shoes and download the park's app for an interactive map and information on the artworks.

Phone number: 01924 832631 | Web:

Royal Armouries Museum

  • Opening Times: 10:00 - 17:00 daily
  • Prices: Free entry
  • Postcode: LS10 1LT
  • Est. time required: 2-3 hours
  • Nearest parking: Clarence Dock car park

The Royal Armouries Museum in Leeds is a treasure trove for anyone fascinated by arms and armour. With five floors of displays, including Henry VIII's armour, you'll be transported through centuries of warfare and defence. Don't miss the live demonstrations and jousting events! To avoid crowds, visit on a weekday. And remember, photography is allowed, so snap away!

Phone number: 0113 220 1999 | Web:

Eureka! The National Children's Museum

  • Opening Times: 10:00 - 17:00, closed on Mondays during term time
  • Prices: Varies, check the website for details
  • Postcode: HX1 2NE
  • Est. time required: 3-4 hours
  • Nearest parking: Pay-and-display car parks nearby

Eureka! is a blast for kids with its hands-on exhibits designed to make learning fun. From exploring the human body to a mini town where they can play grown-up, there's something for every curious mind. The museum has recently updated several exhibits, ensuring there's always something new to discover. To skip the lines, book your tickets online and aim for an early visit.

Phone number: 01422 330069 | Web:

Kirklees Light Railway

  • Opening Times: Varies seasonally, check the website
  • Prices: Varies, check the website for details
  • Postcode: HD8 9XJ
  • Est. time required: 2-3 hours
  • Nearest parking: Free on-site parking

All aboard the Kirklees Light Railway for a charming journey through the South Pennine foothills. Train enthusiasts, young and old, will love the steam-powered adventure. Keep an eye out for special events like the Santa Specials or the Day Out With Thomas. To make your trip even more memorable, pack a picnic to enjoy at one of the stops along the route.

Phone number: 01484 865727 | Web:

Hebden Bridge

  • Opening Times: Town is open year-round, individual shop times may vary
  • Prices: Free to explore, shopping and dining costs vary
  • Postcode: HX7
  • Est. time required: A day
  • Nearest parking: Pay-and-display car parks in town

Hebden Bridge is a vibrant market town known for its creative spirit and independent shops. It's a haven for those looking to shop for unique crafts, antiques, and local produce. The town also boasts a thriving café culture and live music scene. For a quieter experience, visit on a weekday. And don't forget to explore the picturesque Rochdale Canal that runs through the town.


The Piece Hall

  • Opening Times: 10:00 - 22:00
  • Prices: Free entry, events may be ticketed
  • Postcode: HX1 1RE
  • Est. time required: 1-2 hours
  • Nearest parking: Several pay-and-display car parks nearby

The Piece Hall in Halifax is a stunning example of Georgian architecture, now a cultural and commercial hub. With a variety of shops, bars, and restaurants, it's perfect for a leisurely day out. The Hall also hosts events, from live music to markets and festivals. To see it at its liveliest, visit during one of these events. And if you're into photography, the architecture here is a dream.

Phone number: 01422 525200 | Web:

When planning your getaway, remember that lodges in West Yorkshire offer a cosy and convenient base to explore these attractions. With a range of options from luxury to rustic, you'll find the perfect spot to unwind after a day of adventure.


This is our first lodge break, what will it be like?

Lodge breaks in West Yorkshire offer a cosy escape with the comforts of home. You'll find lodges ranging from rustic to luxury, often surrounded by beautiful countryside. Many have modern amenities like hot tubs and are close to walking trails and quaint villages. It's a chill-out zone away from city buzz.

What should I pack when visiting West Yorkshire?

Pack for the outdoors: sturdy walking shoes, waterproofs, and layers for changeable weather. Don't forget a camera for the stunning views! If you're staying in a lodge, bring some essentials like tea, coffee, and your favourite snacks. Some lodges provide linens, but it's worth checking beforehand.

Can you park outside the lodge?

Most lodges in West Yorkshire come with parking, often right outside your door. It's super convenient for unloading your gear. If you're eyeing a particular spot, like Ribblesdale Lodges, check their parking arrangements when booking. It's rare, but some secluded spots might have a short walk from the car park.

What if it rains during my lodge break?

Rain's no deal-breaker! Many lodges come with board games, books, and cosy fireplaces. Plus, West Yorkshire's got cool indoor attractions like The Hepworth Wakefield gallery or Bradford's National Science and Media Museum. Embrace the rain for a true British experience, or just kick back in your lodge.

Can I get food delivered to my lodge?

Absolutely, many local takeaways and restaurants in West Yorkshire offer delivery services. Apps like Just Eat or Deliveroo might cover your area, but it's also worth checking out local gems that do their own delivery. Some lodges even have on-site restaurants that deliver to your door.

Is West Yorkshire a good place to visit ‘off-season’?

West Yorkshire is brilliant year-round. Off-season, you'll dodge the crowds and often snag better deals on lodges. The landscapes are stunning in autumn and spring, and there's always a pub with a roaring fire nearby. Plus, attractions like Yorkshire Sculpture Park are open all year.

Will my hot tub be cleaned before we arrive?

You bet. Lodges with hot tubs in West Yorkshire pride themselves on hygiene. Your hot tub will be cleaned and water quality checked before you dip a toe in. It's part of the service to ensure you have a relaxing, worry-free stay.

Are there any pet-friendly lodges in West Yorkshire?

For sure, many lodges welcome pets, so your furry friend can join the adventure. Places like Faweather Grange Lodges are pet-friendly. Just check the lodge's pet policy when booking, as some might charge a small extra fee or have specific rules.

How accessible are lodges for those with mobility issues?

Many lodges cater to guests with mobility concerns, offering ramps, ground-floor bedrooms, and accessible bathrooms. Hoseasons, for example, lists accessible lodges on their website. Always best to chat with the lodge provider before booking to ensure they meet your needs.

Can I find family-friendly activities nearby?

West Yorkshire is a playground for families. Check out Eureka! The National Children's Museum in Halifax for a fun educational day, or go wild at Kirklees Light Railway. Your lodge might also have family-friendly facilities like play areas or swimming pools.

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