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Midland Hotel
97 Aberford Road

West Yorkshire

LS26 8LQ | View map

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The Midland Hotel is a Family owned and operated busy local Inn popular with local trade. The Hotel has Five Bedrooms in the STABLE annex which is a stone built conversion attached to the main building. All bedrooms were fully refurbished to a high standard in the autumn of 2008. All rooms have En Suite Shower,Toilet and Sink. The bedrooms have flat screen digital TV, Tea coffee making facilities with their own external door onto a courtyard.Breakfast is a full cooked breakfast served in the Dining area of The Midland. The Midland serves fresh home cooked food for lunch and evening meals.All local amenities are on the doorstepPublic bar with large screen TVDecor themed around The Midland Railway3 separate seating areasBella’s HOME COOKED FRESH Bar meals from 12-2 and 5-8 Mon - Sat. Sunday 12-3Dart board and Dominos (not the pizza!)Large range of draught beer including Tetleys, Coors Light , John Smiths, Guinness and Stella Artois and guest hand pulled cask aleA working model train track runs at picture rail height all around the barLarge free car park

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Evening Meal Provided
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
No Smoking Rooms
Open All Year
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