The town centre of Halifax offers an interesting and vibrant night life with plenty of bars and clubs. Enjoy the Halifax Ski Centre, which is not really large but is the closest ski slope from Leeds. Stay in Halifax hotels and take taster sessions, which are given at discounted rates. Victoria Theatre of Halifax is the oldest constantly active amateur choral society in the UK and perhaps the world. The city has several galleries like the Square Chapel Centre for the Arts. Halifax hotels frequently fill up with tourists during peak times.
Halifax was an active industrial city with economic activities like manufacturing wool, machine tools, beer and carpets. It is also known worldwide for the Mackintosh chocolate and toffee, which is a subsidiary of Nestlé now. Halifax Bank and Shibden Hall Borough Market are worth a visit. They are enclosed in the prize-winning, Victorian style sheltered marketplace. Suma Wholefoods was set up in Halifax in 1975 and is the biggest co-operative of workers in England. Halifax hotels are available in all budgets, and you can book Halifax hotels according to your needs easily at HRS.
Built in 1633, the impressive Jacobean manor welcomes you into a historic ambience. Sleep, dine and recuperate where the famous Beatles celebrated John Lennon’s 24th birthday! Each of the cosy rooms is tastefully furnished and modern equipped to fulfil all needs. In the restaurant, regional dishes are served. Facilities for successful meetings and romantic weddings are also available.