Ratings based on 403 Verified Reviews

They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.8 out of 5
92% of guests recommend
4.0 Room cleanliness
4.0 Service & staff
3.7 Room comfort
3.8 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
We double-checked.
4 out of 5
for Everyone
by A verified traveller

Conveniently situated, North of Leeds.

Posted 18-Sep-2015
Pros: Staff were welcoming and helpful. Good breakfast with plenty of time to relax over it andon a weekend.
Cons: The bathroom needs to be upgaded. Tiles were old fashioned and there was mould on the grout in places.
Location: Good location by the ring road. Bus stop just outside, to and from the city centre, which was very convenient.
Stayed overnight, due to a birthday party at a location nearby. The Village was conveniently situated, the staff welcoming and helpful. A lovely, relaxed stay.
3 out of 5
by A verified traveller from Carlisle

Stay after ODI at Headingly

Posted 14-Sep-2015
Pros: Convenient location and easy to find. Ample free car-parking
Cons: Air conditioning and bathroom fan could be checked & fixed
Location: OK convenient for Headingly - just a short bus ride away
Hotel was convenient for Stadium. Room was very warm and fan not working in bathroom. Ate in hotel pub where service was slow but food portions were generous. Room was OK and bed quite comfortable.
4 out of 5
for Everyone
by A verified traveller from hampshire UK

Stay at The Village

Posted 15-Aug-2015
Pros: Close to Leeds city
Cons: Rooms very hot as no air conditioning
Eat in the Pub on site, very good. Breakfast good although would of like continental.
3 out of 5
for Everyone
by A verified traveller from London

Good location

Posted 11-Aug-2015
Pros: Good location,beautiful gardens and overall hospitable staff. Staff were able to resolve a problem very quickly and effectively regarding an error .
Cons: Yes ,quality of toilet rolls a
Location: N/A
Room view was disappointing Carpets and toilets were clean and well maintained The poor quality of toilet roll was very disappointing for a three star hotel.The toilet roll was cream in colour and the poorest quality I have ever come accross and was not fit for the purpose.This was worse than the quality used in public toilets and bus station.
4 out of 5
for Everyone
by A verified traveller from scotland

Nice hotel ideal location forcHarewood House

Posted 03-Aug-2015
Pros: Location Pool
Cons: Housekeeping Menus
Ideal location. Pub food average and not much choice. Room was fine but bed not properly made. Broken glass not replaced
4 out of 5
for Everyone
by A verified traveller from County Durham

Convenient for Leeds City and Airport

Posted 27-Jul-2015
Pros: Room, quiet, location, parking, staff. Set well back from the main A660 into Leeds amongst trees and garden
Cons: Needs refurb inside and out
Location: Easy to get a bus into Leeds City and all it has to offer, close to the Airport. God location
Hotel is looking a bit sad these days and in need of a refurb. Outside paintwork is shabby and inside is rather dated. Having said that it's all OK and the rooms are clean and comfortable and the staff very nice. Really no complaints so far as our stay is concerned. Good location and plenty of parking.
2 out of 5
by A verified traveller

Worst customer service ever!

Posted 20-Jul-2015
They stuck us in the basement-level handicapped room. Which had no shower/tub, just a drain in the middle of the floor and a shower head on the wall. Half of the wall appliances didn't work. We aren't disabled! And that's no way to treat those who are...
5 out of 5
for Everyone
by A verified traveller

close to city

Posted 19-Jul-2015
Excellent hotel and great facilities, great value for money. Upgraded to top deck room which was only £20 and you got 2 star bucks vouchers so really only £12 to upgrade. Fantastic having all sky channels to so could chill and relax. If your a gourmet society member then the restaurant does 2 for 1 on 3 courses so it's even better. All in all a great hotel for the money. Have used village hotels in the past and will use again in the future.
3 out of 5
for Everyone
by A verified traveller from jersey uk.

Nice area quite rural, short taking ride into city

Posted 14-Jul-2015
Great facilities, spa, swimming pool, good bar and restaurants.my only issue with the hotel was that our room was so warm, the room had no air con, only a large fan, which was so noisy, but to be able to sleep in the heat we had to have it running all night. On check out we mentioned this and we found out that our room was above the swimming pool which has to be a warm environment, with the heat rising through the floor it made it uncomfortable to remain in the room.
2 out of 5
by A verified traveller from Lancashire

In the area visiting friends

Posted 13-Jul-2015
Pros: The bedroom.
Cons: A peaceful sitting area for residents. It's like being on a railway station.
Location: Useful for visiting the University.
My elderly mum and I use this hotel as a base to meet friends from when we lived in the area. When we first visited about 17 years ago, there was a pleasant lounge near reception to sit in and have a drink. This is now a Starbucks, busy and noisy. Many people passed through after swimming, judo and using the gym, children running round.It feels less like a hotel and more like a leisure club and cafe. We had invited friends to meet us on Saturday morning and more in the afternoon. We were on a sofa by the lift and in a corridor by the toilets. A hotel should have a residents lounge. We struggled to hear each other, 2 friends having hearing aids. The room was fine, although very hot. Breakfast was okay but not much room between the tables. I'm sorry to say we will not use this hotel again when we next visit. It certainly is not worth the price we paid.