Brighouse is a town within the Metropolitan Borough of Calderdale, in West Yorkshire, England. Historically within the West Riding of Yorkshire, it is situated on the River Calder, 4 miles (6.4 km) east of Halifax. It is served by Junction 25 of the M62 motorway and Brighouse railway station on the Caldervale Line and Huddersfield Line. In the town centre is a mooring basin on the Calder and Hebble Navigation. The United Kingdom Census 2001 gave the Brighouse / Rastrick subdivision of the West Yorkshire Urban Area a population of 32,360. The Brighouse ward of Calderdale Council gave a population of 11,195 at the 2011 Census.
Restaurants in Brighouse
4.5 based on 85 reviews
4.5 based on 120 reviews
This old cinema has been renovated, but has not lost any of its character. The seats are extremely comfortable too. There is a small display of old projectors, and photographs through the years. The ticket kiosk sells popcorn at very reasonable prices, also hot and cold drinks, chocolate bars etc. The staff are very helpful.
5 based on 167 reviews
A special place, a spa like no other. I visited for the second time with 2 friends and It was absolutely amazing, outdoor hot tub sipping prosecco whilst watching the sheep is the total relaxation, Beautiful surroundings, top notch treatments and delicous food. My friends loved it as much as me, all smitten.
4.5 based on 537 reviews
et in the picturesque Shibden valley, a mile from Halifax, Shibden Hall dates back to 1420 and offers visitors a fascinating journey through the lives of the people who lived and worked here. Shibden Hall's architecture is a mix of styles reflecting its interesting and varied history. The adjacent 17th century aisled barn and workshops house a carriage collection and displays relating to different crafts, including a blacksmiths, coopers, wheelwrights and saddlers. Shibden even has a recreated brewhouse and inn. The Hall is surrounded by the beautifully restored Gardens and estate that forms Shibden Park. There are a range of features and attractions, including a cafe and visitor facilities, miniature railway, boating lake, pitch & putt course as well as trails, play area, orienteering course and woodland in which to roam.
Quite a nice 15th century Grade II listed building about one mile from Halifax centre. Set in a fairly large park with a boating lake, children's play area and a small train. The house is well furnished with a wide range of pieces from different periods At £5 (concessions £4) entrance it is a bit expensive, but makes for a good outing on a warm day. Combine with a visit to Piece Hall and/or Eureka! for a full day out.
4.5 based on 167 reviews
Been going here every year for the last 5 years. The place is so tranquil and you can really leave your troubles on the doorstep once you step through the door. Left feeling totally revitalised with a range of treatments available. The food is also to die for.....
5 based on 73 reviews
New Hall Therapies is a small independent spa. Every moment of your time here is about you. Working on an individual basis, we don’t have a team of therapists, there is no noisy salon environment, phones ringing or chatter. I don't cram lots of appointments into the diary. You don’t have to worry about parking, there is ample, free space. It's just peace and quiet…and time, just for you. We offer treatments to help you feel good from the inside out and to encourage your body’s own self-healing responses. Influenced by Eastern philosophies, but adding in our own style, we are about holistic relaxation. From a rustically styled and calming summerhouse therapy room within the garden of our home, New Hall Therapies is continually growing and evolving. We are now are delighted to have an outdoor hydrotherapy pool and are able to offer small group "mini-retreat” packages - a chance to reconnect and enjoy with someone you want to spend more time with.
I have just come back from a wonderful hour and a half treatment, my first with Joy. I chose the bespoke treatment opting for the hot stones massage, Indian head massage and facial and all three treatments were amazing. I relaxed more and more with each treatment and think I may even have drifted off for a bit. Joy was very welcoming and her new treatment room provided the perfect environment for relaxation. My first visit but it won't be my last.
5 based on 45 reviews
Pottery Painting studio, with over 250 items to choose from. Also cater for parties and organizations .We can also attend other venues. Based in the centre of Brighouse, West Yorkshire
i have visited this little gem 3 times now with my grandsons and with the children i look after and each time the service has been great the couple who run it are lovely and the kids love it actually the adults love it too you can book for private parties too
4.5 based on 173 reviews
Visited today for the first time with our baby and we really enjoyed it. It was very cold but we were wrapped up and definitely needed it! Lovely open park space with outdoor children’s play area, good sized boating lake, pitch and putt and a miniature railway (in season).
Lots of ducks and swans on the pond, and bags of bird food can be purchased in the cafe.
We stopped off for a cuppa by the lake and ended up having lunch. It was really good value for money and nice food. Clean and spacious Seating area with good toilet facilities with baby change.
Didn’t visit the main Hall at the top of the park but we will be going back in the better weather with a picnic and doing this next time.
The paths around the park are suitable for pushchairs/wheelchairs and are mostly mud free but the path down to the park from the car park is quite steep. However it is till accessible you just need to be careful.
4.5 based on 70 reviews
ROKT Climbing Gym is set to become one of the largest indoor climbing centres in the UK. Offering a range of climbing opportunities, including bouldering, top-rope, lead climbing plus abseiling, and a wide selection of climbing courses, classes and packages, ROKT is a fun day out for all.Drop in for a tour or give us a call for further information on how to get started at ROKT.
Would have given 5 stars but it was very cold in there today. I was only spotting and not climbing so felt it a bit more. Our 2 young children aged 4 and 6 really enjoyed themselves, previously we've only been in the kids attic but now they're a bit more confident we tried some of the bigger walls. It now costs £6 each which is really good value, we spent about 2 hours there.
4.5 based on 798 reviews
If you enjoy activities, nature or just plain people watching there is something for every one. We love watching the ducks /birds as they certainly lift the spirites. Signs of spring are everywhere if you just take time to look. The group of gardeners are brilliant. They not only care for the park but will tell you how to look after the plants and they certainly have given me a lot of help to use in my garden. Many groups with a wide variety of interests meet up in the park so there is plenty to observe and be inspired by.
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