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A very warm welcome to Gomersal Lodge Hotel &The Grand Marquee Overlooking the famous 15 acre Stray parkland, the historic Grade II Gomersal Lodge Hotel dates back to 1860 and sits on the site of the town's first ever hotel. Celebrate in Style at The Lodge Gomersal Lodge Hotel offers a stylish and contemporary functions venue for all kinds of social and business events. Our stunning event spaces are suitable for everything from wedding ceremonies and receptions, to corporate meetings and events. The permanent marquee, attached to the hotel, can accommodate up to 200 for dining and 250 for evening parties and receptions, making it one of the most elegant settings for a wedding venue in the West Yorkshire area. History of Gomersal Lodge Hotel Privately owned and managed, the Gomersal Lodge Hotel, formerly named High Royd, was built for Mary Taylor on her return from New Zealand in 1860. Mary Taylor became famous because of her friendship with Charlotte Bronte which lasted a life time, Mary’s family lived in the red House at Gomersal which is now known as the Red House Museum. Mary Taylor spent most of her life here at Gomersal Lodge Hotel until her death on 1st March 1893. It has been restored to its former glory with modern design throughout our guest areas. Consider it less a hotel and more your own country retreat!