Food & Drink In Huddersfield



Lindley is about 2 miles out from Huddersfield town centre, it hosts a variety of quality bars and restaurants, a picturesque clock tower and it’s a very desirable place to live, with great motorway links and local amenities available on your doorstep.

About Lindley

Lindley hosts a very quaint and popular high-street, with several different shops to suit the needs of everyone. It has a wide range of things to do as well, it has a local gym called Reform, serviced office space up at the Heritage exchange hosting a variety of businesses, and a fantastic night-life with several bars such as; The cellar door, N.O 10 bar, Manor House, Lindley tap bar & grill and many more!

Lindley is only a 5 minute drive away from the Huddersfield town centre and a minute or two away from the M62 network, Lindley is a great village for getting to other places as well.

Low Hills Park

Discover the hidden gem of Lindley at Low Hills Park, located at Low Hills Park, Lindley, Huddersfield HD3 3HX. This serene park features a stunning large pond, surrounded by inviting benches where you can relax and enjoy the company of ducks and geese.

It’s the perfect spot to unwind after a busy day at the office, offering a tranquil escape right in the heart of Lindley. Whether you’re looking for a peaceful place to read, meditate, or simply take in the natural beauty, Low Hills Park is an ideal destination.

Lindley Clock Tower

Another fascinating landmark in Lindley is the historic clock tower, an emblem of the village’s rich heritage. Built in 1902, the tower features an inscription that reads: “This tower was erected by James Nield Sykes, Esq., J.P., of Field Head, Lindley, for the benefit of his native village in 1902.”

This monument, a gift from a prominent local figure, stands as a testament to Lindley’s community spirit and enduring history. Visitors can admire its architectural beauty and reflect on the legacy of generosity that has shaped the village.

Explore Other Popular Villages