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Six miles to the north of Leeds city centre, at Yeadon, lies Leeds Bradford International Airport. Situated in the attractive countryside of West Yorkshire, it has excellent transport links with the surrounding area, and views to match. Stay at this airport for any length of time and enjoy the comfort of premium hotels, small bed & breakfasts and international chains, with plenty of attractions close by.
West Yorkshire is renowned for its natural beauty and great links between cities. Yeadon, close to the airport, is a lovely little town with a traditional market in the Town Hall square on Mondays and Fridays. Get a real taste of the region when you put up at one of the village’s comfortable, family-run B&Bs, close enough to the airport for convenience but based firmly in the unspoilt countryside.
In fact, there is a huge variety of B&B and small hotel accommodation in Yeadon and beyond, for travellers seeking a more intimate experience. You can be sure of a warm Yorkshire welcome and plenty of home-grown, locally-sourced fare, as well as homely rooms and reasonable prices. All with a personal touch, of course.
While passing through Leeds Bradford Airport, be sure to pay a visit to Kirkstall Abbey and Museum, just a few miles away. Both airport hotels and small guesthouses further afield provide easy road access to this great historic monument. These ruins of a medieval Cistercian abbey are full of intrigue and romance, and the attached museum contains many fascinating local artefacts.
In the Leeds Bradford Airport complex there are a number of excellent dining venues, ranging from fast food outlets to top-notch establishments where you can enjoy a three-course gourmet meal. However, if you feel like head out and exploring, you’ll find numerous restaurants very close to the airport, serving regional food sourced from local farms. After a long lunch or evening meal you can travel quickly into Leeds city centre to enjoy some of the entertainment on offer. Leeds Grand Theatre is a particular favourite with residents and visitors, offering a packed programme all year round. Everyone from stand-up comedians to classical and experimental performers grace its stage.
Yorkshire has a reputation for friendliness and hospitality, and when you stay at any of the airport hotels or local accommodation for which the area is renowned, you can be sure of experiencing it for yourself. Many of the smaller establishments are historic attractions in their own right, and are all within easy reach of wonderful restaurants, traditional pubs and local attractions.