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Saltaire

Local Attractions

If you’re visiting the area then it is well worth visiting some of the local tourist attractions including:

Saltaire

Less than two miles from us is a purpose-built model Victorian industrial village that was built in the nineteenth century by Sir Titus Salt, a Victorian philanthropist. The village was built to provide his workers with accommodation.

Saltaire was made a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in December 2001, following the dedication of a group of locals who fought to get the village recognised for its historical significance at an international level.

Bradford

Well worth a visit, this industrial city is right in the heart of Bronte Country, and on the edge of the West Yorkshire Pennines. The Bronte sisters were both born and lived in Bradford and this was where their classic novels were written.

When visiting Bradford, the UK's National Media Museum, Industrial Museum and Peace Museum are all well worth popping in to . If you enjoy a taste of the east, then make sure you pop into one of the many renowned curry houses.

Ilkley

If you fancy something a little more relaxing, make sure you visit this picturesque spa town at the southern edge of the Yorkshire Dales. The Victorian bath house and the recently refurbished Ilkley Pool and Lido are all places of interest.