Hotels with discounts for University visitors are:
Other hotels near the University include:
Central Lodge (walkable, between train station and university)11/15Beast Market, Huddersfield HD1 1QF
Cambridge Hotel (20 minute stroll into the conference) 4 Clare Hill, Huddersfield HD1 5BS
Travel Lodge (20 minute walk into the conference) Leeds Road, Huddersfield HD1 6NW
The Huddersfield Hotel (7 minute walk into the conference) 41 Kirkgate | Kirklees, Huddersfield HD1 1QT,
The Crooper’s Arms Hotel ( a little out of town but on a regular bus route) 136 Westbourne Road, Marsh, Huddersfield HD1 4LF
Edgerton Hotel (5-10 minute walk to Huddersfield town centre, on a regular bus route) 86-88 New North Road, Huddersfield, HD1 5NE
Heritage Service Suites (a little out of town but on a regular bus route, very close to M62) Wellington Mills 70 Plover Road, Lindley Huddersfield HD3 3HR
Further possibilities can be found from Kirklees Tourist Information:
Here are some places where you might want to go to eat. Please be aware that early dining is more usual in Huddersfield so after 9pm your best option will be a curry. You might get a vegetarian pizza from Bar Maroc but the service can be a little slow.
All of the options listed below are in the town centre and are 5 minutes’ walk from the Queensgate Campus.
Lebanese food is available at Med One.
Thai food is available at Thai Sakon.
Flavoursome locally sourced foods and artisanal treats at Epicure Bar & Kitchen.
Georgian food is available at Lost Property.
Caribbean food is available at Discovery Bay.
Italian food is served at San Vito.
Mediterranean food is on offer at Marimonte.
The only Persian restaurant in Huddersfield: Apadana
Turkish food is served until 11pm at The Ephesus
Following the Real Ale Trail
Huddersfield is famous, or perhaps infamous, for the real ale trail. There are a number of pubs in the town centre which offer real ale and are popular with beer aficionados. The pubs listed below are all within 10 minutes’ walk of the Queensgate campus. Some also serve food but you’ll need to get there early if you want to eat.
The Sportsman has a lovely Art Deco interior. Food is served here.
Beer is taken very seriously at The Grove.
The Rat and Ratchet is also a micro-brewery.
The Head of Steam is one of two pubs which are located in the buildings of the railway station in Huddersfield. It also serves food.
The County is next to the Town Hall.
Going out in Huddersfield
If you are interested in new and experimental music you might want to attend a Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival event.