Why You Should Book a Spring-time Stay at the Pennine Manor
With the Christmas festivities having come and gone, we’re looking ahead to the joys of spring-time. From the blooming of the bluebells to the soulful sounds of birdsong, there are so many reasons for spring-time cheer. And where better for a cosy spring retreat than the Pennine Manor? Read on as we highlight some of the top reasons for booking at this marvellous time of year.
With the warmer weather and longer days, you’ll undoubtedly be keen to take some spring-time strolls while staying at the Pennine Manor. Beaumont park is a must visit for families, with its woodland beginning to flourish at this time of year. You might also be tempted to visit Calderdale for a peaceful spring-time walk along the Rochdale canal or to the top of Beacon Hill.
Wonderful spring-time colour will also be assured at these attractions:
- Middleton Park (Leeds)
- Nostell Priory (Wakefield)
- Honley Wood (Kirklees)
- Hardcastle Crags (Calderdale)
If you’re looking for a spring-time culture-fix then the Huddersfield Literature Festival is sure to be of interest. Stretching over 10 days from the 23rd of March, this festival will feature more than 50 digital, outdoor and venue-based events, with talks being given by a selection of world-famous authors. You might also enjoy the music at the Holmfirth Festival of Folk and Great Northern Ukulele Festival.
You’ll surely be keen to tuck in to some freshly prepared Yorkshire treats after days spent exploring the local attractions. And you can do just that, as our chefs serve a tantalising selection of afternoon teas at the Hilltop Bar and Restaurant. It’s also worth booking in for the Sunday lunch, with the finest Yorkshire pudding being served alongside roast topside of beef and roast pork.
Big City Events
There’s an exciting spring-time line-up of events for those planning on venturing from the Pennine Manor to Manchester and Leeds. Some spectacular flavours can be enjoyed during a wine tasting dinner at the East Lancashire Railway and Spanish Gin Tasting at the Lunya restaurant. You might also be able to draw on some spring-time inspiration, with the Botanical Watercolour Workshop set to take place at Leed’s Harewood House on the 25th of March.
Other highlights in the Leeds and Manchester line-up include:
- 6 May – Sausage and Cider Festival at the Royal Armouries
- 7 May – Slam Dunk Festival at Temple Newsham
- 13th & 14th May – North Leeds Food Festival
- 27th May – Live at Leeds Festival at Temple Newsham
- 10th & 11th June – Parklife Festival at Heaton Park
- 29th June to the 16th July – Manchester International Festival
Book Your Spring Break
With such a varied assortment of events and attractions, there’s every reason to book your spring-time stay at the Pennine Manor. You might even be tempted to book in for a relaxing weekend break to coincide with Mother’s Day or the Easter Break (with a variety of treats on offer for all the family).
Click Book Now or give us a call on 01484 905398 to arrange the most comfortable, cosy and relaxing stay at our idyllic West Yorkshire retreat.