Hotels in Wakefield
Wakefield is the site of a battle from the war of the roses, which is rumoured to be the source of the nursery rhyme “the grand old duke of York”. However this isn’t the only nursery rhyme to come out of the city. The female inmates of Wakefield prison presumably sang, “Here we go round the mulberry bush”.
Every February the city hosts the festival of food, drink and rhubarb. This festival celebrates the traditional rhubarb that is grown in Wakefield and known for its flavour. The festival includes street entertainment, live cookery demonstrations, and food and drink stalls.
Wakefield is a very budget friendly place to stay with some hotels costing less than £25 a night. These include the Graziers arms, The Chasley hotel and the Saville house guesthouse.
Sitting on its own island in a lake the Waterton Park Hotel is a wonderful place to stay. The hotel is in the grounds of Waterton Hall giving you access to a championship golf course and a fitness centre with jacuzzi and steam room. The swimming pool in the hotel has a glass wall leading to the lake giving the illusion of swimming in the lake. If its golf your after the Mews hotel is 1.4 miles away from the Low Laithes golf course.
In the middle of the two previously mentioned extremes could be the parklands hotel. The hotel offers normal hotel accommodation and two self-catering facilities each with three bedrooms and self-catering facilities.
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