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Jewel of Yorkshire Yorkshire’s First Festival of Bellydance

World Heritage Site

Follow this link to see possible places to stay in, or around, Saltaire for the weekend.

Saltaire is a World Heritage Site - a model Victorian village built by wool baron Sir Titus Salt for his workers. Until just a few years ago the village was ‘dry’ - Sir Titus believing that public houses were bad for his workers.


Just down the road from our venue is Salt’s Mill which is now an art gallery and museum. It also contains some very posh shops and restaurants. Within the village there are plenty of places to get a snack or meal, and down the road in Shipley there are restaurants that cover all the varieties of food you could need. There are bed and breakfast hotels in the area and some inexpensive chain hotels.

Victoria Hall

Victoria Hall was built for Sir Titus Salt’s workers to provide reading rooms, a library, lecture halls and a gymnasium. The rooms we use are large and comfortable - and class sizes are limited so you get proper individual attention. The Hall is a listed building and has been preserved in its original colours and with most of the Victorian architectural features.


Getting to Victoria Hall using your SatNav. Please don’t use the booking address which is in nearby Keighley!

The postcode for Victoria Hall is BD18 3JS.


If you are coming by car remember that parking is restricted to residents only on many streets around the Hall, please allow yourself plenty of time to find a legal parking space.

Victoria Hall

Salt’s Mill

Saltaire Village

Lobby

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