The HotelThe Old Golf House Hotel is housed in a historic building in a quaint village of Outlane. This well-kept secret of Huddersfield makes for a great spot to take a break from all that hustle and bustle, take in the idyllic scenery and simply relax.The en suite rooms soothe the senses with delicate colour schemes and classic furnishings. Guests can put up their feet in front of the flat-screen TVs, take advantage of the wake-up service and unwind with a warm drink in hand.Yorkshire takes pride in its food and it can be seen at the hotel’s restaurant. Grangemoor Restaurant tempts with seasonal menu and garden views, while afternoon tea and snacks and an array of drinks are also on offer.Groupon’s Guide to HuddersfieldLocated in West Yorkshire, halfway between Leeds and Manchester, Huddersfield boasts a rich history as well as a charming atmosphere. Here, in the 18th century, at the crossroads of numerous wars and rapid industrial development, the Luddite movement was born and tourists visiting the city may learn a lot about this fascinating chapter of British History just by walking the streets of Huddersfield.But Huddersfield is a city of the “now” as much as it is a city of “then” and it does not forget that. Its Victorian architecture is treated with utmost care – Huddersfield railway station, dubbed by national poet laureate John Betjeman “the most splendid station façade in England” has been renovated at no small cost and the renovation efforts have received a prestigious Europa Nostra Award for European Architecture.