Book a welcoming holiday rental from £32 per night by exploring the 15 options being offered in Bradford District. By comparing these different offers, HomeToGo features the best deals and the most popular lettings in Bradford District.
Recommended holiday lettings in Bradford
Rent a holiday home, apartment or cottage in Bradford from just £32 per night
Holiday rentals with wifi
Best holiday rentals with a balcony
Holiday homes and cottages with a garden
Popular holiday rental amenities in Bradford
Lettings can be filtered based on various criteria. Just above, you will find the number of properties that provide a particular amenity in Bradford District. Bradford District is the ideal destination to look for an accommodation if you can't imagine a holiday without internet or you want to tune out with some TV time, as the most common amenities are internet and TVs. You can even find rentals if you love sweating the stress away in saunas (41 rentals include saunas in Bradford District) or you're dreaming of days spent poolside (25 rentals with pools).
The Weather in Bradford
- Rainy days
Here is our climate diagram for Bradford District. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Bradford, with temperatures falling below 1°. The rainiest month is January, while the driest month is September.
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Accommodation options for your holiday in Bradford
Users who are searching for hotel rooms in Bradford District will have many different options, since this is the most typical property type there. The median nightly price of hotel rooms there is £81, and the median size is 24 m². Furthermore, this specific type of residence tends to be an excellent option for couples and small groups, since most of the hotel rooms can accommodate at least 3 people. If you would like to rent something else, you could search and compare many other accommodation types, such as apartment rentals, which are another typical type of accommodation in Bradford District. Apartment rentals have an average size of 74 m² in Bradford.
Holiday lettings in Bradford – start your northern adventure
Holiday lettings in Bradford are the ideal way to explore the natural beauty of this stunning part of England. Located adjacent to the Pennines, Bradford is known for its rolling hills made famous by the Brontë sisters, magnificent industrial architecture and excellent pub food.
Where to find the best food in Bradford?
Dining out in Bradford
A Bradford apartment puts you in the heart of the city centre where you can take advantage of restaurants like Chowdreys and Omar's. The region is famed for its exquisite Indian cuisine and a stroll through the quaint cobbled streets close to the Alhambra Theatre will lead you to an array of restaurants where you can indulge. For some traditional, local food, head to one of the many country-style pubs which are peppered around the suburbs of Bradford. The Hare & Hound and The Golden Fleece both serve local favourites like fish and chips and steak and ale pie in cosy surroundings.
What are the best places to discover the arts and culture of Bradford District?
Getting cultural in Bradford
The National Media Museum is a highlight for anyone visiting Bradford. This world-class museum, located close to your Bradford accommodation, highlights the history of photography, film and television with a range of fun and interactive exhibits – ideal for those travelling with children. The area is known for its industrial past, and nowhere is this more excellently preserved than the small town of Saltaire. The main attraction here is the former mill which now houses a fantastic David Hockney exhibit in addition to two restaurants and numerous shops.
Bradford has an array of theatres and performance venues – the most impressive of which is the Alhambra Theatre. Known as the North's premier touring venue, they stage everything from large-scale musicals to ballet and opera. St George's Concert Hall is popular with musicians and comics, and the Priestly Centre, named after local author J.B. Priestly, stages a host of kitsch, alternative theatre events.
Where are the unique attractions in Bradford?
Getting out and about around Bradford
The village of Howarth is just a short drive from Bradford and famed as the birthplace and setting of the Brontë sisters and their famous novels. The Parsonage Museum is the principal attraction here, but a walk on the mystical moors which inspired Wuthering Heights is also highly recommended.
Leeds, Yorkshires's largest city, is just a few kilometres from Bradford and makes an excellent day trip. Besides the multiple shops, you'll also find some of the best nightlife in the UK and museums like the Royal Armouries, documenting the history of materials used in battles for centuries gone by to modern times. The Piece Hall in Halifax is one of England's most famous buildings. Today the former industrial market is bustling with cafes, bars and shops and can be reached by train in less than 15 minutes from the city of Bradford.
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