THE COW & CALF
The Aagrah Building, Midpoint, West Yorkshire BD3 7AY T: 01274 668818 Aagrah Shipley, 4 Saltaire Road, Shipley, West Yorkshire BD18 3HN T: 01274 530 880 W: www.aagrah.com
Hangingstone Road, Ilkley, West Yorkshire LS29 8BT
Spread across North and West Yorkshire Aagrah restaurants, have provided stunning Kashmiri cuisine since 1977. All the restaurants offer a high standard of dining in elegant surroundings. Innovation and tradition work harmoniously to create a truly special experience. Since opening their first restaurant in Shipley in 1977, the family run restaurant group has grown due to the high standards they set themselves.
A country pub oozing rural charm and rustic character, the picturesque surroundings provide the perfect backdrop for savouring the hearty, seasonal pub-food on their menu, and the carefully nurtured cask ales and fine wines gracing their bar. Whether you are planning dinner with friends or Sunday lunch with family, book a table and enjoy some quality time with those you love the most.
T: 01943 607 335 W: www.vintageinn.co.uk
31 and 33 Brook Street, Ilkley, West Yorkshire LS29 8AE T: 01943 605 827 W:www.individualrestaurants.com/piccolino/ilkley Located on Brook Street in Ilkley, Piccolino serves only the freshest seasonal produce, Italian cheeses, meat and seafood, that reflect pure Italian flavours. The Roof Garden is the perfect place to dine alfresco while taking in views of the Ilkley Moors!
69 Bingley Road, Saltaire, West Yorkshire BD18 4SB
T: 01274 396 666 W: www.curryosity.co.uk
Bradford Road, Cleckheaton, West Yorkshire BD19 3PN
Colne road, Malsis, Near Keighley, West Yorkshire BD20 8DS
T: 01274 878 866 W: www.aakashrestaurant.co.uk
T: 01535 633 855 W: www.dog-and-gun-inn.co.uk
Since its opening Aakash has gained much public and critical acclaim, offering a mouth-watering selection of traditional, freshly cooked Indian dishes with the emphasis being on quality within the elegant surroundings of a Grade II listed building. They take great pride in the service they offer and would like to extend you a warm welcome and ask you to become a friend of the restaurant and share their passion for the finest Indian food.
A Yorkshire pub where you’ll always get a warm welcome, a superb plate of food and a cracking pint of Yorkshire ale. The Dog and Gun is an attractive inn which has been beautifully restored using traditional timbers and materials. The traditional atmosphere is preserved with thick stone walls, raised wooden floors, real fire stove mixed with contemporary touches. Their menus change with the seasons and their specials board daily, according to the fresh produce available.
7 Cuncliffe Road, Ilkley, West Yorkshire LS29 9DZ
KEELHAM FARM SHOP
35 – 37 Church Street, Ilkley, West Yorkshire LS29 9DR
Brighouse & Denholme Road, Thornton, Bradford BD13 3SS
T: 01943 608 484 W: www.theboxtree.co.uk
T: 01274 833 472 W: keelhamfarmshop.co.uk
Owned by husband and wife team Simon and Rena Gueller, the Box Tree continues to aim to be the best. The modern French classical menu and extensive wine cellar offers food lovers an unforgettable experience. Simon’s commitment to the best, freshest ingredients, with an emphasis on locally sourced, produce from farmers and other suppliers, will entice food lovers with favourites such as Roast Sea Scallops, Celeriac Puree, White Truffle Oil and one of their impressive signature Soufflés.
Ireland Bridge, Bingley, West Yorkshire BD16 2QX
Salts Mill, Victoria Road, Saltaire, West Yorkshire BD18 3LB
Salts Diner is at the heart of Salts Mill. You can grab a coffee or have a 3-course meal surrounded by the works of David Hockney in this big, bustling space. Try a Saltburger or try one of their daily specials.
PRASHAD 137 Whitehall Road, Drighlington, Bradford, West Yorkshire BD11 1AT
T: 01274 406 606 W: www.cedarcourthotels.co.uk
T: 0113 285 2037 W: www.prashad.co.uk
Cedar Court Hotel Leeds/Bradford is a part of a 4* independently owned hotel collection across Yorkshire. A great location close to the vibrant cities of Bradford and Leeds, making this hotel a fantastic venue for any occasion. Their casual Restaurant & Bar 95 offers a menu with the focus on locally sourced produce. Reflecting the culturally diverse cities in the foothills of the Pennines, they update their menu frequently to keep it exciting for their guests, using only the freshest of seasonal ingredients where possible in their dishes.
T: 01535 644 477 W: www.thehawthornhaworth.co.uk Situated on the cobbles in the picturesque village of Haworth, the Hawthorn is a Georgian gem an absolute must visit! Packed full of period features including a beautiful collection of Barraclough clocks, The Hawthorn is warm and appealing. During the day lunch and a spectacular array of cakes can be seen in the windows and enjoyed with a locally roasted coffee or something a little more unusual. In the evening serving delicious, seasonal British produce, they source meats directly from the Yorkshire Dales and Lakes, cooked to perfection on the Josper grill imported from Barcelona.
Taco Bell® is the world’s leading Mexican-style restaurant chain, offering a wide range of menu items such as tacos, burritos, crunchwraps, loaded fries, quesadillas and nachos. All Taco Bell® products are prepared to order so you know it’s fresh and it’s made exactly how you like it. We have got something for everyone, from Big Bell Boxes which have a little bit of everything for those looking for a feed, to our Cravers menu items, great if you just want a tasty snack.
THE BLACK HAT
THE LORD RODNEY
Church Green, Keighley, West Yorkshire BD21 5HT
T: 01943 607 214 W: www.blackhatilkley.co.uk
T: 01535 603 053 W: www.lordrodney.co.uk
Delivering great quality food is at the heart of The Black Hat menu, which comprises a wide range of pub classics and creative specials. Whether you’re looking to enjoy a light lunch with friends, a bite to eat after work over a beer or a glass of wine, a special occasion celebration with family or a traditional Sunday roast with all the trimmings, they’ve got it covered here at The Black Hat. Located in the heart of Ilkley it is an independent neighbourhood bar and restaurant that has drawn inspiration from the local area and its people, to create a stylish yet relaxed backdrop.
THE BOLTMAKERS ARMS
THE ROYAL OAK
Denholme Road, Oxenhope, West Yorkshire BD22 9SG
For over 20 years, Prashad has been famous for superb vegetarian Indian food, lovingly prepared using locally sourced ingredients and traditional recipes. Their award-winning restaurant prides itself on providing a unique dining experience. Prashad has won over 12 major awards in recent years and is the only Indian restaurant in Yorkshire to have 2 Star AA Award for Culinary Excellence.
THE FLEECE INN
The City of Bradford has a unique food heritage with a whole host of award-winning restaurants and we’re immensely proud to showcase them in this trail alongside some of Yorkshire’s best producers and suppliers. We’re sure that you will be inspired and enjoy discovering them all for yourself.
Sir Gary Verity DL, Chief Executive Welcome to Yorkshire
T: 01535 604 084 W: www.royaloakkeighley.co.uk
Immerse yourself in the stunning scenery surrounding The Clevedon restaurant and bistro in Ilkley. With a contemporary, seasonal menu made up of locally sourced, fresh dishes it is modern yet full of English charisma. The perfect balance of a relaxed atmosphere and a unique dining experience. Delve into their tempting range of dishes and indulge in a delectable afternoon tea, filling lunch or evening meal. Every occasion is truly special, you won’t be herded in and out and that’s why people come back to The Clevedon time and time again.
THE DOG AND GUN
Working in partnership with Bradford Metropolitan District Council, Welcome to Yorkshire is thrilled to present A Taste of Bradford Trail, created to inspire visitors of all ages to discover the delicious treasures that the region has to offer.
Damside, Keighley, West Yorkshire BD21 1QD
The Commute is located in the picturesque town of Ilkley and strives to deliver the best speciality coffee in Yorkshire. The Commute is a perfect destination for cyclists with ample bike parking, loaner locks and seating for groups. Waggy tails and families are welcome and if you’re not a cyclist, don’t worry, they welcome everyone. Offering a full range of servicing and maintenance, The Commute also offers unique brands of cycles and accessories for the serious and not so serious rider with lots of events and a great menu to choose from.
Keighley’s most historic surviving inn is anything but old fashioned. Located on Church Green, this vibrant and sophisticated bar and kitchen is as popular for laid-back lunches as it is for evening dining. Serving hand-prepared meals, including everchanging specials, all made using locally sourced ingredients, you’re always in for a treat. You can even dine and drink alfresco thanks to their large urban beer garden.
The Royal Oak are proud to offer good pub food, excellent entertainment and winning quality ales. At the Royal Oak they serve great pub grub. Offering everything from speciality burgers, your classic pub favourites. All their produce is locally sourced where possible and made fresh. You’ll discover an awardwinning beer garden with table tennis, outdoor plasma screen, a bar and BBQ area. If you love sport, then you’ll be a fan of this pub as it shows all the live sporting events you could wish for.
It may be the smallest pub in Keighley, but The Boltmakers Arms has everything you could want from a traditional Yorkshire pub. A real community pub with sport on screens, a roaring fire and a wellkept range of Timothy Taylor’s finest ales. Definitely worth a visit and not far from Keighley Station where you can catch a heritage steam or diesel train from the Keighley Worth Valley Railway.
EMERGING D ESTINATION 2018
11 Church Street, Ilkley, West Yorkshire LS29 9DR
Surrounded by beautiful views The Dog and Gun nestled in the midst of Brontë Country above the West Yorkshire village of Oxenhope. This quaint, 17th century pub is perfectly placed, offering views aplenty with a cosy atmosphere that makes you feel right at home. Look out for the original well, which can be seen through a glass floor in one of their two restaurants and warm yourself beside one of two open fires.
103-109 Main Street, Haworth, Keighley BD22 8DP
T: 01535 643 159 W:dogandgunoxenhope.co.uk
They have developed the finest collection of gins, real ales and wines as well as a menu full of mouthwatering dishes that will delight even the most discerning of diners, all under one roof! Whether you’re here for a business lunch or meeting, catching up with old friends or come to sample our ever changing real ales, you know as soon as you walk through the door you’ve made the right choice. The food at The Old Bank has placed them as a firm local favourite in Bradford; served daily from Breakfast through to lunch and dinner.
Mayo Avenue, Off Rooley Lane, Bradford, West Yorkshire BD5 8HW
T: 01943 811 606 W: www.clevedonerestaurant.co.uk
T: 01274 738 218 W: www.theoldbankbar.co.uk
Café in the Opera is Salts Mill’s best-kept secret. Taking its name from a display of David Hockney’s opera sets that stood at the entrance of the establishment. Head there for a light bite or sample their delicious fish pie or splurge on fish and chips.
With spectacular views across Top Withens, better known as Wuthering Heights, you can sit outside sipping your Timothy Taylor’s, enjoying one of the most dramatic vistas in Yorkshire. Inside you’ll find locally sourced food served all day, every day. Their menu boasts a wide selection of traditional pub food and a fantastic steak and grill menu. With handpulled ales, a variety of continental lagers and a quality wine list to suite all tastes.
Food Court, The Broadway Centre, Bradford BD1 1US
Ben Rhydding Drive, West Yorkshire LS29 8AQ
69 Market Street, Bradford, West Yorkshire, BD1 1NE
T: 01274 531 163 W: www.saltsmill.org.uk
CEDAR COURT HOTEL
Located in the ever popular and majestic Midland Hotel, the Midland Grill Room Restaurant’s style is one of a traditional dining venue, with elegant high ceilings, tailored curtains and crisp white linen. Head Chef Simon Thomas provides a superb menu of contemporary British cuisine served with flair and imagination. Enjoy a wonderful meal of freshly prepared food and a relaxed atmosphere.
THE OLD BANK
Steeton Hall is a true local hostelry that welcomes you on the way in and thanks you on the way out. With over 80 years’ experience, their chefs have put together a menu that delivers great à la carte cooking. Dating back from 1611, but substantially rebuilt since, Steeton Hall is set in spacious grounds with mature trees with easy access to Brontë Country and the surrounding areas. Come and sit down in their dining areas or conservatory and enjoy being waited on by their attentive staff and sample some of the best food in the area.
T: 07888 942 007 W: www.thecommuteyorkshire.com
T: 01274 735 735 W: www.peelhotels.co.uk
The Brown Cow Inn has been serving as a hostelry in Bingley for over 100 years. This family run pub provides traditional and innovative home cooked food, individually selected wines and award winning cask conditioned ales from local brewer Timothy Taylor. They pride themselves on locally sourced food that they make fresh, in house. They use only the finest ingredients to create traditional food with innovative design. Their ever changing specials boards really show off the flair of their food offering.
T: 01535 643 073 W: www.thegrouse.co.uk
20 Leeds Road, Ilkley, West Yorkshire LS29 8DS
Foster Square, Bradford West Yorkshire BD1 4HU
T: 01274 564 345 W: www.thebrowncowbingley.co.uk
Fresh food shopping at Keelham Farm Shop in Thornton, winner of the Guild of Fine Foods Shop of the Year Award 2018, is an experience that tickles all the senses - not just the taste buds. Champions of fresh, great-tasting local food, more than half of what’s sold at Keelham is handmade alongside the best produce from more than 400 local farmers and suppliers. Keelham in Thornton is home to an animal croft, bakery, butchers, deli, home and garden area and a takeaway kiosk.
T: 01535 656 060 W: www.steetonhall.com
T: 07428 726 668 W: www.boltmakersarms.co.uk
Set amidst stunning countryside at the foot of the moors, much of the warm charm and atmosphere has been preserved. Guests are welcomed by the Tudor charm and warm atmosphere with beautiful open log fires and friendly customer service from the moment you walk in. Steeped in history, the pub, is one of the oldest buildings in the village dating back to 1621. A seasonal menu uses local produce, served alongside five ales on tap and an extensive wine list.
Harehills Lane, Oldfield, West Yorkshire BD22 0RX
117 East Parade, Keighley, West Yorkshire BD21 5HX
T: 01535 642 709 W: www.hawortholdhall.co.uk
At Bar T’at they’re proud to be a bit different, striving to seek out the world’s best beers, wines and premium spirits and look to provide customers with a drinks experience they won’t get in other establishments. Following the same ethos with food; selecting seasonal ingredients from local suppliers, all of their food is cooked from scratch using a team of talented chefs. Their values remain the same as when they began; to offer great drinks, with homemade comfort food, in a warm and welcoming environment.
BROWN COW INN
Sun Street, Haworth, West Yorkshire BD22 8BP
T: 01943 608 888 W: www.markettowntaverns.co.uk
THE BOX TREE
HAWORTH OLD HALL
THE GROUSE INN
At Curryosity, they serve authentic homemade Indian Food in their cosy small café situated in Saltaire, established in 2016 bringing you great food and good company on your doorstep. You will always receive a warm welcome on arrival from the friendly staff. Taste their freshly cooked flavoursome dishes made using high-quality locally-sourced ingredients cooked with love and passion in their small but beautiful kitchen.
DOG & GUN
STEETON HALL Station Hall, Steeton, Keighley BD20 6RY
67 Main Street, Haworth, West Yorkshire BD22 8DA T: 01535 642 172 W: fleeceinnhaworth.co.uk This cosy, Yorkshire inn with traditional stone flagged floors is situated on Haworth’s cobbled main street. Food at the Fleece is crafted and served with a passion for a great taste and presentation. Their menu aims to cater for all palettes and you can be sure that only the best produce ends up on your plate. Whether you’re interested in exploring Brontë Country, are on a pilgrimage to see where The Railway Children was filmed, or simply want a well-earned getaway, you’ll always find a warm, Yorkshire welcome.
BRADFORD Bradford has an abundance of industrial heritage, is the world’s first UNESCO City of Film and boasts the spectacular Alhambra Theatre and as well as the National Science and Media Museum. The reigning Curry Capital of Britain, it is clear that Bradford takes the lead when it comes to producing the finest curry dishes around. Be wowed by Sunbridge Wells, a unique underground eating and drinking experience, or quench your thirst on North Parade, a characterful street which offers an array of independent bars and restaurants. Why not treat yourself at Broadway Shopping Centre or the Kirkgate Shopping Centre, perfect for keeping up with the latest trends.
SALTAIRE The charming village of Saltaire was founded in 1853 by Sir Titus Salt, a leading industrialist in the Yorkshire woollen industry. The name of the village combines the founder’s surname and the name of the pretty river that runs through the village. In December 2001, the village was designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Fast forward to present day, and Salts Mill now forms the heart of the village. The impressive building is now fully converted and home to an inspiring David Hockney gallery, a superb selection of shops and some tempting restaurants and cafes.
ILKLEY Ilkley is the ideal base for a holiday in the Yorkshire Dales. This pretty, traditional former spa town offers some of Yorkshire’s finest tearooms, magnificent countryside and a rock climbers’ paradise with the famous Cow and Calf Rocks sitting proudly above the town, on the rolling Yorkshire moors.
HAWORTH Home of the famous Brontë sisters, Haworth is an undisputed literary mecca, attracting visitors from all around the world. With its historic cobbled Main Street, iconic parsonage and rolling moors, the picturesque proportions of this village exude a vintage charm that makes you feel you’ve stepped into another era.
NO PLACE LIKE BRADFORD Bradford is an award winning and vibrant place. We are a young and diverse city which means we offer visitors many great experiences in one. Bradford is known for and is proud of its culture and heritage, food, outdoor activities, architecture, literature and art. Where else can you enjoy two UNESCO sites, amazing countryside, alongside a city full of rich history and culture? There is no place like Bradford; with four unique areas all offering distinctive experiences. Whether you are a new or returning visitor, you can spend time in Haworth, home to literary greats, the Brontës, or take an invigorating walk on Ilkley Moor ‘Bah’t at’. Spend a lazy Sunday with Hockney in Saltaire or experience a prestigious West End show at the Alhambra Theatre in Bradford. With all this and more to tempt you in, it’s no wonder Bradford has been named the ‘Emerging Destination 2018’ by the Luxury Travel Guide. We look forward to welcoming you to our marvellous City.
Councillor Susan Hinchcliffe, Bradford Council
SCRUMPTIOUS SUPPERS, AWARD WINNING CURRIES, INTERNATIONAL CUISINE AND DELICIOUS DINNERS ACROSS BRADFORD AND DISTRICT.
110-114 Lumb Lane, Bradford, West Yorkshire BD8 7RS T: 01274 731 735 W: www.sweetcentrerestaurant.co.uk
22 Bank Street, Wool Exchange, Bradford, BD1 1PR
T: 01274 533 084 W: www.terracecafebar.co.uk
T: 01274 734 400 W: www.tiffincoffee.co.uk
The Terrace, in the heart of Saltaire has a reputation for stunning French cuisine, serving delicious food throughout the day and evening. Open from 9am (or 9.30am at the weekend) serving breakfast or brunch and lunch. Their bistro is open every night from 5.30pm and serves a lengthy menu of French classics. The Terrace is an extremely popular destination in the evenings, so please book in advance to avoid disappointment. They offer an early bird fixed price menu, full a la carte, plus a specials board. They pride themselves on the quality of their dishes, ingredients which are sourced locally and in season wherever possible.
When planning your perfect day, look no further than the Sweet Centre, famous for its authentic Asian cuisine, food lovers beware...you are in for a tasty surprise. Food is their passion and their chef indulges in creating delicious and surprising menus that will overwhelm your every sense. Originally opened to cater for the growing Indian workforce in Bradford in 1964, the Sweet Centre is still popular 52 years later. A Bradford institution, where a warm welcome and generous portions are always available.
THE TICKET OFFICE
83 Bingley Road, Saltaire, West Yorkshire, BD18 4SB
THE WOOLPACK ESHOLT Main Street, Esholt, West Yorkshire, BD17 7QZ
T: 01943 674 455 W: www.ticketofficebar.co.uk
T: 01274 733 834 W: www.mammamiabradford.co.uk
T: 01274 809 495 W: www.thewoolpackesholt.com
Located within Ilkley’s historic railway station, this super-stylish, over 21s drinks emporium serves a range of innovative cocktails, premium wines, champagnes, spirits, cask ales and craft beers, as well as simple, soulful dishes that are perfect for casual dining. Step off the platform into the intimate Platform Lounge and kick back with a signature cocktail or choose from an array of premium wines, champagnes, spirits and craft beers. Head through to the stylish surroundings of the main bar or settle into a sofa on Platform 3.
Bradford’s favourite Italian restaurant have been preparing and serving authentic Italian food in Bradford for over 30 years. Owned and run by the Massimo family from the start, they’ve been delighting customers with quality Italian home cooking since 1985. Their menu is a treasure trove of Italian favourites and their range of vegetarian dishes is extensive. With a blackboard of special dishes which changes frequently featuring seasonal produce and fish, with the occasional creative surprise from the Massimo Family kitchen!
This lovely traditional country pub has to be the most famous ‘working’ pub in the country, as it is the original Emmerdale Woolpack and the only ‘soap’ pub where you can actually get a drink. It has a well-stocked bar and fine cask ales, and a tasty menu with plenty of choices for all appetites and budgets. The outside of the building provides a great photo opportunity and the inside is adorned with pictures of cast members. The village of Esholt is also extremely picturesque and there is nothing better than to sit at the front of the pub on a nice day with a drink and soak up the atmosphere.
THE ROOF TOP CAFÉ
Sunbridge Wells, Aldermanbury, Millergate, Bradford, West Yorkshire BD1 1SD
Top Floor, Kala Sangam, 1 Forster Square, Bradford, West Yorkshire, BD1 4TY
32 North Parade, Bradford, West Yorkshire BD1 3HZ
T: 01274 952 900 W: www.sunbridgewells.com
T: 07729 211 932 W: www.therooftopcafe.com
T: 01274 270 772 W: www.thesparrowbradford.co.uk
Self proclaimed ‘gastronauts’, the team at this quirky but quality eatery aim to entertain guests with their food by starting conversations, creating excitement and bringing people together. To find them, just look for the tunnels.
The Rooftop Café was created to master the art of fresh locally sourced food in the city of Bradford. Catering for all people within an Arts charity, developing and challenging people with fresh food. Their menus change on a seasonal basis, using local suppliers and all food is prepared fresh daily. Come grab a sandwich or cake and relax in a light fresh environment. Fresh coffee is served daily, also soft drinks, beers and wines are available. Events and commercial catering are available on request.
T: 01943 816 496 W: www.wheatleyarms.co.uk
T: 01274 431 052 W: www.bradford-theatres.co.uk/ venues/the-alhambra-theatre/eating-and-drinking
Standing on a hillside between The Cow and Calf rock formation and the River Wharfe in the leafy village of Ben Rhydding, surrounded by charming lanes and groves. Dining at the Wheatley focuses on local produce, home cooked food and a warming yet contemporary atmosphere. The a la carte menu is complimented by the Wheatley Tabloid a list of daily changing specials. The menu evolves with the seasons and ever-changing dining market.
Located on the Upper Circle level at the Alhambra Theatre in Bradford, the stunning Restaurant 1914 offers the best in service and style in the most memorable settings imaginable. Open on performance days only: matinees from 12pm and evenings from 5pm. With a range of enticing delights, customers can enjoy a luxurious dining experience with the best views over City Park. Restaurant 1914 is the perfect place to enjoy a relaxing pre-show meal, before hopping aboard a magic carpet for this year’s spectacular pantomime Aladdin.
30a Brook Street, Ilkley, West Yorkshire LS29 8DE T: 01943 609 606 W: www.theyardilkley.co.uk Here at The Yard they mix a passion for delicious and outrageous handmade, locally sourced burgers and chicken with a love for music and a passion for pushing boundaries. Their Burgers & Birds concept suits The Yard’s somewhat illicit vibe – gooey, unctuous, and quite naughty. Throw into the mix an excellent range of craft beers and cocktails, great wine list, games room and some of the regions finest DJs/Musicians you have the perfect recipe for a great time…. whether it be a lazy Sunday afternoon with friends or a wild weekend till the early hours!
Unit B, Wharf Street, Shipley West Yorkshire BD17 7DW T: 01274 594 444 Honest high-quality food with the emphasis on flavoursome combinations. A relaxed canal-side setting, with a calm and welcoming atmosphere. Discover Shipley’s secret restaurant for yourself. Their staff are passionate about bringing good food and service whenever you visit. Their location, under the Workouts gym, gives shelter in summer and is ideal for private functions, al fresco dining or just a quiet drink. Their dining area can accommodate private functions and regular dining.
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A relaxed ‘bier cafe’ in Bradford city centre for lovers of great beer, music and art. They offer a wide range of real ales alongside specialist craft ales and imported pilsners with at least two real ciders. Platters and pies are provided and there is an arrangement for a nearby Italian restaurant to deliver pizzas.
A65 32 9
BRADFORD BRADFORD BY RAIL
BRADFORD BY SEA
Bradford is easy to get to from other parts of the country. Travel to Bradford with high-speed trains from either London North Eastern Railway and Grand Central services. Northern Rail also offer direct services to Bradford from the North West.
Ferry services to Hull and Newcastle link Bradford with Northern Europe. P&O ferries operate overnight services to Hull from Rotterdam and Zeebrugge.
BRADFORD BY AIR
Briatin’s biggest and fastest highways cross Yorkshire from north to south and east to west, making getting to Bradford by car or by coach very simple. Multiple bus operators run services to Ilkley, Haworth and Saltaire from Leeds and Bradford. For details of the quickest (or the most scenic) driving routes see the AA or RAC websites www.theaa.com or www.rac.co.uk.
BRADFORD BY ROAD
International flights connect Yorkshire to the rest of the world, as well as UK flights from Aberdeen, Belfast, Glasgow, London Heathrow, Newquay and Southampton to Leeds Bradford Yorkshire’s Airport, Doncaster Sheffield Airport, Humberside Airport and Durham Tees Valley Airport.
Look out for our Discover Guides, available for Haworth and Brontë Country, Ilkley and Bradford. We can also provide a full Bradford Visitor Guide that covers the whole of Bradford and District. Contact our helpful team on 01274 433678 or go to our website www.visitbradford.com
The Alhambra Theatre, Morley Street, Bradford, West Yorkshire, BD7 1AJ
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Wheatley Lane, Ben Rhydding, Ilkley West Yorkshire LS29 8PP
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3 Upper Piccadilly, Bradford, West Yorkshire, BD1 3PE
Prominently positioned in the historic wool exchange within the city centre. With lush seating, subtle splashes of colour, the aroma of coffee and an air of opulence provides the perfect place to meet, eat, and relax. Their expertly trained baristas are friendly, polite and delight in creating the prefect hot cup or cold drink just for you. They have more flavourings than you can name and even if coffee isn’t your thing they have an exceptional array of sandwiches, paninis, breakfast items, chocolates, cakes, and sweeties for all dietary requirements from vegans to gluten free and beyond!
11 Station Plaza, Ilkley, West Yorkshire LS29 8HF
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Well Heads, Thornton, West Yorkshire BD13 3SJ
T: 01274 834 268 W: whitehorseinnthornton.co.uk Full of traditional character, the White Horse sits within the beautiful, open countryside above the village of Thornton. Deep in the heart of Brontë Country the views are naturally stunning. Their modern British menu is the talk of the town. Freshly prepared and locally sourced when possible, they aim to deliver restaurant quality food in the casual atmosphere of a pub. The team pride themselves in providing the best in fresh home cooked food to suit all tastes, from Traditional pub classics with modern twists to their signature dishes.
54 Main Street, Haworth, West Yorkshire BD22 8DP
W: www.andchocolate.co.uk Birmingham
Sharing their home with that of the Brontës, the wonderful Pennine moorland, the preserved steam KWVR railway and so much more on their doorstep, … and Chocolate have the privilege of having a shop on the fabulous Main Street of Haworth. They sell fabulous chocolate from many of the cocoa producing countries of the world. Their most popular chocolate consists of Salted Toffee and Coconut Oil truffles.
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SCRUMPTIOUS SUPPERS, AWARD WINNING CURRIES, INTERNATIONAL CUISINE AND DELICIOUS DINNERS ACROSS BRADFORD, SALTAIRE, HAWORTH AND ILKLEY.