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12th April 2021 GMT

Alder House Hotel

Hotel Batley
Alder House Hotel
Towngate Road
West Yorkshire
WF17 7HR

tel:- +44 1924 444 777
web address:-

Alder House Hotel :-
Venue type - Hotel
Venue type - Restaurant

Number of function rooms available for weddings: Two

Function room names and capacities:

York Suite holds 80 - 100 guests
Mulberry holds up to 30 guests

Guests rooms available: 20

Honeymoon suite available: Yes
Garden suitable for marquees: Yes

Choice of wedding breakfast menus - Yes
Alcohol License - Yes
Toastmaster Available - Yes
Entertainment Available - Yes
Dedicated wedding planner available - Yes
Licensed for Civil Ceremonies - Yes
Dance Floor - Yes
Evening Reception Facilities - Yes
Car Parking Facilities - Yes

Ideal Honeymoon Venue
Tables chairs linens and tableware included

Entertainment is available: A variety to suit guests requirements

Wedding services provided: The Alder House Hotel, the "Pride of Batley - The perfect venue for your special day.

The Alder House Hotel is licensed for civil ceremonies and civil partnerships. Our dedicated wedding co-ordinator Jayne Bairstow can help you plan your special day, from your wedding ceremony to a perfect wedding breakfast and evening reception. The hotel ground offers an unforgettable setting for truly memorable photography of your special day.
The York Suite caters for up to 100 guests and is fully air conditioned with private bar, dance floor and sound system. We offer a variety of sit down and buffet style menus all freshly prepared by our head chef and his team.For those couples planning an intimate reception for close friends and family the Mulberry s Restaurant is perfect venue and popular choice. The Mulberry s Restaurant can seat up to 30 guests for your Wedding Breakfast.

Gardens or outside locations suitable for wedding photography: A warm welcome awaits you here at the privately owned Alder House Hotel. Set in 2.5 acres of beautiful tree lined gardens, known as the Pride of Batley. ur friendly staff and wonderful surroundings make the Alder House Hotel your ideal venue

Venue special features: The ALDER HOUSE HOTEL dates back to the early 18th Century when the original Georgian building, from which the Hotel was created, was known as Healey House. Known as the "Pride of Batley".

Venue History: The ALDER HOUSE HOTEL dates back to the early 18th Century when the original Georgian building, from which the Hotel was created, was known as Healey House. Little is known of the original owners but the Healey family had resided in Healey, a parish of Batley, during the 16th Century. Perhaps the most famous resident of Healey House was Theodore Cooke Taylor, who lived there as a child and young man in the mid 1800'. At the time his father Joshua described the house as a substantial stone building upon an eminence overlooking the rural part of the town
In 1851, Batley was mainly a rural community with a population of only 9,000 people but by the turn of the century this had risen to over 30,000.Theodore succeeded his father and brother to become the owner of the family textile business in 1892 and held the reins until he died at the ripe old age of 102in 1952. He was hard worker and a world traveller and even in his late nineties visited the U.S.A to sell the cloth from his mills.
His biggest claim to fame was as a MP in the House of Commons where he was instrumental in securing the abolition of the opium traffic with China. He also the first to introduce profit sharing for employees.
It wasnt until 1982 that Healey House was converted into the privately owned Hotel it is today and named ALDER HOUSE HOTEL.

Other information: The Alder House Hotel is ideally situated for easy access to the motorway network and within driving distance of local beauty spots and places of interest such as:

Bronte Country
Last of the Summer Wine Country
Yorkshires Skopos Motor Museum
Bagshaw Museum
Oakwell Hall
Red House Museum
The National Coal Mining Museum
The Royal Armouries Museum in Leeds
The National Museum of Film and photography in Bradford.

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