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Cherrytree Lodge Star Rating 3        
New Street 23

Set 2.7 miles from Shipley train station, this traditional guesthouse is also 5 miles from Leeds Bradford International Airport.Some of the straightforward, simply furnished rooms have en suite bathrooms, while others share facilities.
Orchard & Avenue Serviced Apartments        
2 Mill Street

Located in Bradford, Orchard & Avenue Serviced Apartments is surrounded by a range of clubs and bars and is within a five-minute walk of Bradford Forster Square Railway Station. Guests can also enjoy free internet access.The property has 15 modern apartments that are equipped with a range of essential amenities to ensure guests have a comfortable stay.
Trivelles - Bradford - Sunbridge Road        
178 Sunbridge Rd

Trivelles - Bradford - Sunbridge Road provides a comfortable setting when in Bradford and is close to everything the area has to offer. It also offers free Wi-Fi and a laundry service.The hotel has 30 stylish rooms that are fitted with all the essentials to ensure a comfortable stay.
The Abbey Lodge Hotel Shipley Star Rating 3        
58-64 Kirkgate

Across from Crowgill Park, this classic hotel is 3 miles from the National Media Museum and 9 miles from Brontë Parsonage Museum.Modern yet spare in design, the rooms have en suite bathrooms with walk-in showers. All feature flat-screen TVs, DVD players, free Wi-Fi, and tea and coffeemaking equipment.
Ibis Bradford Shipley Star Rating 2        
Quayside /Salts mill road

Set on the banks of the Leeds-Liverpool canal, this budget hotel is a 15-minute walk from Saltaire and 7 miles from Leeds Bradford International Airport.The no-frills rooms offer desks and free WiFi and satellite TV, plus tea and coffeemaking facilities. Family rooms add sofabeds.
ibis budget Bradford previously Etap Hotel Star Rating 2        
Prince Court Canal Road

Set in a modern building, this straightforward budget hotel is half a mile from Bradford Forster Square train station, 1.6 miles from the National Media Museum and 8 miles from Leeds Bradford international Airport.Simple, modern rooms feature free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs with multimedia connections.
Mercure Bradford Bankfield Hotel Star Rating 5        
Bradford Road

Set in a Gothic mansion house and surrounded by landscaped gardens, this upscale hotel is 2.6 miles from Bingley train station, 8 miles from Brontë Parsonage Museum and 9 miles from Leeds Bradford International Airport.All the modern rooms have flat-screen TVs with free Wi-Fi and tea and coffeemaking facilities.
Best Western Guide Post Hotel Bradford Star Rating 3        
Common Road, Low Moor

This casual suburban hotel is 2.8 miles from the National Media Museum and 7.1 miles from shopping and dining at Salts Mill.
Bradford Central Travelodge Star Rating 2        
2 Valley Road

This straightforward hotel is 7.7 miles from Leeds Bradford International Airport, as well as a 13-minute walk from the National Media Museum and Bradford Alhambra theatre.The pared-down rooms with en suite bathrooms feature limited free WiFi, TVs and desks, plus custom-designed beds, and tea and coffeemaking facilities.
Campanile Bradford Star Rating 3        
6 Roydsdale Way

Off the M606 road, this basic hotel is 3.5 miles from Bradford town centre and 11 miles from Leeds Bradford International Airport.Simple modern rooms have en suite bathrooms and feature tea and coffeemaking facilities and flat-screen TVs, with WiFi provided for a surcharge.
 
 
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Bradford, located in West Yorkshire in the north of England, isn't your typical tourist city. Very much an industrial city, many might scoff at the idea that tourists might want to visit, but in truth, Bradford is home to a host of intriguing attractions and can be found on the doorstep of some of the region's most scenic settings. The city is readily connected to the city's motorway network, offering easy passage from local cities like Leeds, Manchester and Sheffield, as well as London and other long distance locations. Bradford's two main railway stations (Bradford Interchange, Forster Square) offer connections to London, Leeds and beyond.

Meanwhile, Leeds Bradford International Airport - located six miles north of the city center - welcomes UK and European flights daily. Visitors looking to find a great deal on a hotel won't be disappointed. Bradford accommodation (including chain hotels, independent hotels, hostels and B&Bs) is generally less expensive than some of its neighboring cities. Most accommodation establishments can be found in the city center or near to the city's main transport routes. Bradford's city streets feature a host of interesting and historic buildings for visitors to see. Take a self-guided walking tour of the center and check out the likes of Bradford City Hall, Bradford Cathedral, Cartwright Hall and Bradford Alhambra. All offer impressive yet very different architectural designs and are well worth a photo or two. Despite being primarily and industrial city, Bradford is home to some beautiful green spaces. Spend an afternoon in Horton Park, Peel Park or Lister Park. You'll find Cartwright Hall in the latter, making for a double-whammy of tourist delight. Other popular attractions in the city include the National Media Museum, Bradford Industrial Museum, the Peace Museum and Bolling Hall. For sports fans, Valley Parade is home to Bradford City Football Club, while Odsal Stadium is home to Bradford Bulls Rugby League Club.

One of Bradford's biggest tourist draws is its connection to the world of renowned novelists the Bronte sisters. From Haworth village in the city, visitors can enjoy a lengthy tour taking in various spots associated with the Brontes, including the magnificent farmhouse, Ponden Hall, and the ruins of Top Withens, both of which are purported to have offered inspiration for 'Wuthering Heights' and other works. The Bronte Parsonage Museum is a must-see for fans.

The village of Haworth is also home to the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway, a heritage railway line that allows visitors to enjoy a five-mile steam train journey. This particular slice of nostalgia is regularly quoted as being the region's top attraction. Thanks to its West Yorkshire location, visitors will find Bradford also offers easy passage to Leeds and other city locations in the region. It also provides access to the Peak District (to the south) and the Yorkshire Moors (to the north). The latter are particularly popular with Bronte fans. Both offer some of the most magnificent scenery you'll find in all of the United Kingdom. Bradford is a busy city year round but tourists tend to visit only during the summer months, when the weather is much more likely to be pleasant.