502 Bradford Road, Sandbeds, Bingley, West Yorkshire, United Kingdom
"I was apprehensive staying away from Bradford city centre where I was working in the theatre for the week, but the 26-minute drive into the city was never a problem and quite relaxing with lovely views. I always enjoy a Premier Inn stay but find they can be quite pricey at times, and parking can be a problem or costly but not this time. The Premier Inn Bradford North (Bingley) hotel had free parking and was reasonably priced moreover, I enjoyed the peace and quiet of the vicinity and taking in the views. The room was quiet, which is always bliss, and there was no smell of cigarette smoke. My room was spacious, warm, a super comfy but high bed and terrific pillows, a large desk, tea and coffee facilities, TV, hanging space and a clean bathroom with a powerful shower. I asked for a non-slip bath mat as there was a bath and also a toilet brush because I was staying the week, and the staff were happy to comply. I only wished I had stayed an extra night instead of travelling to my next destination where the accommodation paled in comparison. When I left on Sunday, I had a Sunday lunch at the restaurant attached, the meal was delicious, and the staff were most attentive. Would I stay there again, absolutely!"
"Nothing particularly wrong with this hotel on the outskirts of Bingley, but not as good as many others in the Whitbread chain that I’ve stayed at. Room was OK, though the TV couldn’t receive any Freeview channels due to ‘antenna faults’, and no slip-mat for the bath (will they never learn?). I had dinner and cooked breakfast there. I’m not a fan of their Brewers Fayre brand as the vegetarian choices are limited, however the dinner was OK. The restaurant was quite small and cramped, and being half-term, full of families. I was given a table right in line with the air conditioning ceiling vent, so the choice was cold air on the back of my neck, or onto my food if I faced the other way. I had the cooked breakfast, which was very good and the staff were far more cheerful that those working the previous evening. Again, very busy, not helped by a children’s soft play area attached to the restaurant, so youngsters were constantly running through the restaurant while customers were carrying hot drinks, food etc. Still, it was only a one-night stay, thankfully, and due to an early booking, was quite cheap."
"A weekend's walking in the Dales near Horton and Settle and this Premier Inn was used as a base; visited it over many years and never fails to impress. Usual high quality facility and ideally located for Crossflatts station and 662 bus if not using the car. Quiet area. Recommended. "