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Conference Venues in Bradford

We know it can be extremely frustrating searching the internet for hours on end, and making telephone enquiries to various venues trying to find the right location to hold your next corporate event. So, let us help relieve a large chunk of the burden by presenting you with an outstanding array of conference venues in the North of England. Bradford is not only one of England’s largest cities, but it’s a firm favourite amongst event organisers due to the sheer number of conference venues on offer. The Best Western Plus Cedar Court Leeds Bradford is situated in close proximity to both major cities, and there’s plenty of capacity for large-scale conferences, AGMs, meetings and more. Delegate rates are extremely good value-for-money, and the hotel’s purpose-built conferencing facilities have earned it a great reputation in the business world. Alternatively, you’ll find bags of room for all your delegates at high-profile venues such as Bradford City AFC (max capacity 700) and the Midland Hotel (max capacity 1,500).
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45 Conference Venues in Bradford, West Yorkshire

Dalesgate Hotel
406 Skipton Road, Keighley, Bradford, West Yorkshire, BD20 6HP 3465.46 miles
   20 Max capacity
Cliffe Castle Museum
Spring Gardens Lane, Keighley, Bradford, West Yorkshire, BD20 6LH 3465.74 miles
East Riddlesden Hall
Bradford Road, Keighley, Bradford, West Yorkshire, BD20 5EL 3467.13 miles
   250 Max capacity
West Bradford Golf Club
Chellow Grange Road, Haworth Road, Bradford, West Yorkshire, BD9 6NP 3471.07 miles
   150 Max capacity
Cafe West Healthy Living Centre
Wanstead Cresent, Allerton, Bradford, West Yorkshire, BD15 7PA 3471.17 miles
   50 Max capacity
Wizu Workspace - Beck Mill
Reva Syke Rd, Clayton, Bradford, West Yorkshire, BD14 6QY 3471.6 miles
The Hare and Hounds, Bradford
411 Toller Lane, Bradford, West Yorkshire, BD9 5NN 3471.84 miles
Yo Yo Bar & Restaurant
Rosse Street, Shipley, Bradford, West Yorkshire, BD18 3SW 3472.04 miles
   200 Max capacity
Ibis Bradford Shipley
Salts Mill Road, Shipley, Bradford, West Yorkshire, BD18 3ST 3472.05 miles
   28 Max capacity
Heaton Mount
Bradford University School of Management, Keighley Road, Bradford, West Yorkshire, BD9 4JU 3472.55 miles
   195 Max capacity
Mind the Gap Studios
Silk Warehouse, Patent Street, Bradford, West Yorkshire, BD9 4SA 3472.58 miles
   100 Max capacity
Carlisle Business Centre
60 Carlisle Road, Bradford, West Yorkshire, BD8 8BD 3472.94 miles
   200 Max capacity
Cartwright Hotel
308 Manningham Lane, Bradford, West Yorkshire, BD8 7AX 3473.03 miles
   20 Max capacity
Hollins Hall Hotel & Country Club
Hollins Hill, Baildon, Shipley, Bradford, West Yorkshire, BD17 7QW 3473.06 miles
 9 Rooms  24-200 Max capacity
The Dubrovnik Hotel
3 Oak Avenue, Bradford, West Yorkshire, BD8 7AQ 3473.11 miles
   250 Max capacity
Bradford City Football Club
Coral Windows Stadium, Valley Parade, Bradford, West Yorkshire, BD8 7DY 3473.45 miles
Bradford City AFC
Valley Parade, Bradford, West Yorkshire, BD8 7DY 3473.45 miles
   700 Max capacity
Westleigh Hotel
28 - 30 Easby Road, Bradford, West Yorkshire, BD7 1QX 3473.59 miles
   40 Max capacity
University of Bradford
Richmond Road, Bradford, West Yorkshire, BD7 1DP 3473.62 miles
   914 Max capacity
City of Bradford YMCA
Culture Fusion Building, 125 Thornton Road, Bradford, West Yorkshire, BD1 2EP 3473.72 miles
   40 Max capacity
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