HOLIDAYMAKERS are being urged to come to Huddersfield.
The new owners of Storthes Hall Park, Kirkburton, are marketing the campus complex as the ideal base for people seeking short-break summer holidays in Yorkshire.
Ubrique Investments, which bought the site from Huddersfield University in January, is also promoting it as a venue for wedding receptions, business conferences and private parties.
Publicity material highlights the site's 366 acres of parkland and more than 1,300 en suite bedrooms - originally built as student accommodation.
It also gives details of the Farnley, Penistone, Highburton, Denby and Shepley suites, which can be used for conferences, receptions or banquets.
The complex also has bars, a shop, a laundrette and a gym.
A spokesman for the company said Storthes Hall Park was being promoted for short-break holidays in July, August and September, as well as a venue for conferences, exhibitions, camping and caravanning, outdoor pursuits and company activities.
Ubrique paid £28.9m for Storthes Hall Park and the university's student complex at Ashenhurst, Newsome.
The sites still provide student accommodation during term time.