Accommodation & Eating Out


If you are looking for overnight accommodation for the weekend of the Championships then Bradford and the surrounding area have a large range of hotels and guest houses. Close to St. George's Hall is a Premier Inn. A Holiday Inn Express is also only a short walk away. There is a huge range of choice of hotels in both the city and the surrounding area. The Yorkshire visitor web site provides an online booking service. Fancy escaping from the centre of Bradford? The spectacular scenery of the dales is only a short drive away including the dramatic scenery of Haworth, the heart of Bronte country.

Eating Out

Bradford is well known as being the curry capital of England and there are a huge number of restaurants to try out. Akbars is recommended by the 'Good Food Guide' and the Mumtaz is renowned for its traditional Kashmiri cooking (note the Mumtaz is an alcohol free restaurant). The chef of the all vegetarian Prashad featured on Channel 4 as finalists in the 2010 Ramsay's Best Resturant.

Cocina serves Mexican food in a friendly atmosphere, while for those on the search for something different Bradford also boasts Yorkshire's only Russian Restaurant

For the gourmet Ilkley's Box Tree restaurant has been awarded a Michelin star.

A comprehensive list of restaurants in the Bradford area is available on the Sugarvine web site.

Please note that the Yorkshire Brass Band Championships do not endorse any particular hotel or restaurant