I’m always on the lookout for unique investment opportunities and The Coach House in Halifax certainly fits the bill. Plans are in place to transform the existing development into a vibrant, luxurious boutique hotel. Features will include a contemporary bar, diner/grill restaurant, function room and conference suite, all aimed at providing the perfect getaway for young, hip travelers looking for a cool staycation spot, while also servicing a dynamic business crowd.
The prime town centre location speaks for itself; The Coach House is just a stone’s throw from the local railway station. Despite its urban location, guests also have easy access to the stunning, rolling Calderdale countryside – I was particularly charmed by this blending of town and country pursuits.
Contemporary luxury is top of the agenda at The Coach House and the upmarket development looks set to be the perfect amenity to complete Halifax’s superb new cultural quarter.
- Exclusive boutique hotel investment next to the famous Grade I Listed Piece Hall in Halifax
- Located next to the newly opened Georgian style ‘Square Chapel Arts Centre’ – the place to be in Halifax
- 10% NET assured returns for 10 years – reducing to 8% on 1st January
- 125% assured buy-back for your peace of mind
- £150m of investment being spent on heritage, infrastructure and cultural projects
- The Piece Hall has just opened, creating a new, exciting cultural hub
- No Stamp Duty or buying costs
- Only £500 (refundable) to reserve
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Halifax is one of the UK’s most exciting up-and-coming investment prospects right now. Substantial redevelopment has seen a transformation grip the city, not just in terms of its buildings and infrastructure, but also its outlook and atmosphere.
The fabulous architecture provides the perfect backdrop for the unique cultural identity that has emerged in Halifax in recent years. The town has become a central point for entrepreneurship, creativity, crafts, artisan, culture, theatre and performance, with the completion of work on The Piece Hall not only adding to this cultural renaissance, but also kick-starting a fresh rise in Halifax property prices.
During my most recent visit, I seized on the chance to speak to local businesses, including artisan companies based in The Piece Hall. The feedback was overwhelmingly positive about Halifax’s new, affluent consumer crowd, with residents and tourists combining to create a localized economic boom.
“The footfall will be continuous. The interest will be continuous. I’m really, really excited about the future.” Mark Richardson, Loafers Vinyl & Coffee
More than one business owner remarked on how the upmarket development of The Coach House was the final piece that the area was missing.
“The Coach House Hotel has the best location in the city centre and the Yorkshire Dales are at your doorstep. It is no wonder I enjoyed my stay in the hotel – the rooms were lovely and large and the staff were very friendly.” Tom Chamberlain, Sales Consultant
Halifax is one of the UK’s most historic northern towns. Nestled in the beautiful valley of Calderdale, this historic town is characterised by its magnificent Victorian architecture, Gothic facades and steep hills.
This historic town of Halifax is most of the way through a major redevelopment programme, which has included a £19 million restoration project that is transforming the town into a mecca for shopping, dining and entertainment.
“Everything is good for Halifax and for Calderdale because of the investment that has been in place thus far, and what’s to come in the future.” Linden Thornton, Yorkshire’s Finest Estate Agents.
The renovation of the Grade I Listed Piece Hall – Britain’s only surviving cloth hall – is one of the most important heritage projects in the UK. Its redevelopment has led to the creation of the new cultural quarter in Halifax and is serving to attract visitors from far and wide. 250,000 people have visited Piece Hall since it reopened in August, while independent retailers and eateries are queueing up to be part of the venue’s future.
“We get a lot of tourists, get a lot of coach parties, get a lot of people from out of town, abroad… it’s like a little culture hub and Halifax didn’t have that before.” Katie, Harveys of Halifax
Meanwhile, the county of Yorkshire is a hugely popular tourist destination, receiving a total 216 million visits every year (equivalent to the total number of visitors to Walt Disney Attraction Theme Parks worldwide).
Halifax represents the future of Yorkshire. The town is a vision for a thriving, dynamic culture, with independent shops, cafes and bars, an arts and performance centre (receiving the attention of one of the top figures in theatre in the world), three museums and a heritage centre, all contributing to that bright future. Halifax is becoming the perfect setting for shows, theatre, music concerts and a wealth of other activity throughout the year, with Piece Hall at the heart of the transformation.
Meanwhile, contemporary office space is being leased by those working within the creative sector.
The redevelopment of the cultural quarter received funding from Leeds City Region Local Growth Fund and has also attracted the attention of a number of large high street names, which will no doubt boost visitor numbers, allowing Halifax to rival Leeds as one of Yorkshire’s must-visit retail destinations.
The arrival of The Coach House in such a prime, central location will offer visitors the most contemporary place to stay, dine and enjoy the best of the town. The hotel sits at the heart of this transforming town, making it ideal for business travellers as well as those enjoying a well-deserved city break visiting Halifax’s new cultural quarter.