Oakwell Motel LtdLow Lane, Birstall, Nr Leeds, West Yorkshire, WF17 9HD
Telephone: 01924 441514
Fax: 01924 441514
|The Oakwell Motel and Free House has a hidden dimension, which makes a stay there all the more enjoyable. Situated in the historic village of Birstall, which is mentioned in the Doomsday Book, the motel is just a quarter of a mile away from Oakwell Hall and its extensive country park. The motel is easy to find -just a few minutes from the main road to Leeds - Hudderfield (A62)|
There is ample car parking space to the side and rear. It has proved a big hit with business men and contractors, being within easy reach of Leeds and both the M62 (junction 27) and the M1.
The locals find it an ideal venue for a sporting evening and round off a 'games night' with a decent drink and a spot of friendly banter with the staff.
The big surprise comes in the form of a fully equipped gymnasium attached to the Motel. If though, you pull into the Motel with no energy to spare and fancy something slightly less energetic, there is a pool table in the bar lounge
|The Motel also boasts newly furbished function rooms which can accomodate 80-100 people. Ideal for Private Conferences or any Celebration.|
The motel makes an ideal base for discovering the historic delights of West Yorkshire. Scientist Joseph Priestly was born just a couple of miles away. No further away than that, you'll find the Red House at Gomersal, with all its Bronte connections and Roe Head, Mirfield, also part of the Bronte trail. Staff at the motel will be happy to give information about local places of interest and point you in the right direction. Birstall is a growing area, home of one of the first multiplex cinemas in the region but it continues to retain village atmosphere.
|Room Rates 2011 - 2012|
Single Bed from £25.00 per room en suite
Double /Twin Bed from £35.00 to £40.00 per room
Triple Bed from £50.00 to £60.00 per room
Family Bed sleeps 6 per room £15.00 per head en suite rooms
|The Oakwell Motel is just the place for a relaxing tour about break, a restful one night stop over or a regular workout.|
Off Junction 27 M.62.