We have 76 rooms available for short breaks, weekend breaks, and business stop overs. We also have a 120 seat restaurant, serving traditional English food, to the best food on offer from theMediterranean. Conveniently situated on Pudsey Road, 10 minutes from Leeds City Centre (about 3.6 miles), the Hotel is ideally located for shopping trips, days out in Leeds, and nights out in Leeds.
Welcome to the Ascot Grange Hotel in Leeds where we provide quality accommodation in an informal and relaxed atmosphere. The hotel is ideally situated just two miles north from Leeds city centre, inHeadingley close to horsforth, cookridge, roundhay and meanwood. Ascot Grange Hotel has free private secure parking and a bus service located close to the hotel going into the city centre every 10 minutes.
The Butlers Hotel in Headingley, Leeds is a fantastic home away from home B & B / town house Hotel. The Butlers Hotel is located in the town of Headingley, just 2 miles from the bustling City Centreof Leeds which overlooks the famous Headingley Cricket and Rugby Stadiums. Within walking distance there are several restaurants, bars and cinemas.
The Cliff Lawn' provides superior guest accommodation as a bed and breakfast establishment in Leeds combined with a friendly personalised service. Originally the Victorian home of a local mill owner,the property was converted to a Hotel some time ago. Purchased by the current owners in December 2007, the property has since gone through a continued program of improvements, refurbishment and modernisation.
Quebecs hotel is a Grade II listed 4 star luxury hotel with 44 rooms located in the heart of Leeds on Quebec Street. As the only independently owned luxury hotel in central Leeds you can expect tofind rooms which offer a classic, contemporary and exceptionally comfortable guest experience complemented by a professional yet relaxed team of staff who like to offer an attention to detail you will not experience elsewhere in the city.
Marriott International, Inc. is a leading hospitality company with more than 3,900 properties, 18 brands, and associates at our headquarters, managed and franchised properties around the world.Founded by J. Willard and Alice Marriott and guided by Marriott family leadership for more than 80 years, the company is headquartered in Bethesda, Maryland, USA, and reported revenues of nearly $13 billion in fiscal year 2013.
Peel Hotels embodies all the traditional values of hotel keeping whilst keeping up to date with modern day requirements of the business and leisure traveller. Peel Hotels is majority owned by Robertand Charles Peel and as such a personal and dedicated approach is taken in terms of the comfort of all its guests. Client satisfaction is paramount and is the ethos of the Company together with the training and welfare of all its management and staff.
Walk through the big Victorian doors and prepare to be wooed by this popular Leeds local. Sumptuous period touches combined with contemporary flourishes and a diverse clientele create a friendly,alternative vibe that tempts people back again and again. As Tetley Brewery's original flagship pub, The Adelphi has impeccable cask ale credentials, with a great selection of three local and two guest ales that rotate weekly - and four individually decked out rooms in which to savour them.
A contemporary guest house offering modern accommodation in a warm city atmosphere. You will be well placed for all city bars, restaurants and all major shops. The Brookfield hotel is situated half amile from the from the vibrant city centre of Leeds making any travel for business or night life very accessible and with close links to M1 and M62 motorways. Brookfield has 11 very individual en suite bedrooms, all are decorated and furnished to a high standard to ensure a comfortable stay.
The Midland Hotel is a Family owned and operated busy local Inn popular with local trade in the community of Woodlesford. Serving fantastic quality, locally sourced food at honest prices. A friendly,welcoming place to eat, drink & stay. The Midland is thought to have got its name when the railway line running through Woodlesford station was part of the main line of the Midland Railway between London St Pancras and Leeds, and then on to Scotland which was opened in 1875.