Est. 1960


The Three Acres Inn at Roydhouse, just below the famous Emley television mast is something of an institution in its own right. It can also be subject to some rather harsh West Yorkshire weather, making the journey from car park to cosy interior ample justification  for a hearty meal and warming drink in the winter months.

One 17 Architects has had a long and productive relationship with the celebrated hostelry over many years, undertaking various additions to the building group but always retaining the unique character of the establishment. Earlier this year we designed a new entrance and reception for this sought-after destination, using beautiful oak framing and local stone. This relatively modest scheme provided a suitably celebratory main entrance including discreet provision for the mobility impaired, a calm reception desk at which residents can check in and most particularly a quick and convenient route from the car park into the building.