Titanic Spa in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, review


THE Titanic Spa is an award-winning spa based in a converted Edwardian textile mill.

Set in the peaceful Yorkshire Pennines, this hotel makes for an indulgent country escape.

 Relax in the Titanic Spa's swimming pool

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Relax in the Titanic Spa’s swimming poolCredit: The Titanic Spa

1. Where is the Titanic Spa? 

The Titanic Spa – with packages from £159pp – is situated in the Yorkshire Pennines near Huddersfield, West Yorkshire. 

The spa can be reached by car from the M1 or M62 and has complimentary parking for guests. 

The nearest train station is Huddersfield where you can take a bus to within a five minutes walk of the spa. 

2. What is the Titanic Spa like?

The impressive converted mill has retained its original brickwork and made the most of the building’s high ceilings to create a light and spacious atmosphere.

The hotel has sleek modern apartments instead of hotel rooms, an extensive spa and a great restaurant. 

3. What to do at the Titanic Spa?

There are an array of spa options to delight in at this country retreat. 

Just some of the offerings include a sauna and relaxation room, a salt-regulated pool, heat and ice experiences and an all-important restaurant and bar.

And if that’s not enough, guests can book extra treatments – be it facials, a massage or a private mud chamber. 

 Grab a drink in Bar 1911 after a day of relaxing

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Grab a drink in Bar 1911 after a day of relaxingCredit: Titanic Spa

4. What is there to eat and drink at the Titanic Spa?

The Titanic Spa offers tasty, seasonal food throughout the day.

Continental breakfast, a light lunch and two course dinner are all included in a £159pp package deal. 

When we visited, we had carpaccio of tomatoes, mozzarella and pesto for dinner followed by chicken in a cream sauce with pancetta and peas.

There’s also the stylish Bar 1911 to have a drink or two in after a long day’s relaxation. 

5. What are the rooms like at the Titanic Spa?

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Rather than your usual hotel rooms, the Titanic Spa offers brilliant mini apartments for its guests, many with balconies overlooking the countryside.

The apartments each have a kitchen, living area, bedroom and bathroom and can accommodate between two and six people.

The kitchens are stocked with tea, coffee and all the usual mod cons. 

A continental breakfast is left in the room for all guests.

 The Titanic Spa has mini apartments with their own kitchens and living areas

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The Titanic Spa has mini apartments with their own kitchens and living areasCredit: Titanic Spa

6. How much are the rooms at the Titanic Spa? 

One night at the Titanic Spa starts from £159pp –  to find availability and best rates click here.

This includes overnight accommodation, access to the spa, leisure club and swimming pool, breakfast, lunch and a two course dinner. 

To find out about other accommodation nearby click here

7. Is the Titanic Spa family friendly? 

This isn’t one for small kids.

The Titanic Spa has an adult only policy. Guests must be aged 16 or over to visit the spa. 

8. Is there access for guests with disabilities? 

Yes, there are accessible rooms for guests with disabilities. 

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