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Situated in Leeds, this apartment is within 1 mi (2 km) of Leeds Park Square, University of Leeds, and First Direct Arena. Royal Armouries and Thackray Medical ...
Roomzzz Leeds City West£49Roomzzz Leeds City West£49
Situated in the historical district, this spa hotel is within 3 miles (5 km) of Headingley Stadium, University of Leeds and Kirkstall Abbey. Abbey House Museum ...
Village Hotel Leeds North£24Village Hotel Leeds North£24
Situated in the suburbs, this hotel is 2.7 mi (4.3 km) from White Rose Shopping Center and within 6 miles (10 km) of Royal Armouries and Redbrick Mill. Middleton ...
Village Hotel Leeds South£30Village Hotel Leeds South£30
Located in the heart of Leeds, this eco-friendly hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Henry Moore Institute and First Direct Arena. University of Leeds and Royal ...
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The beautiful northern county of West Yorkshire attracts thousands of visitors every year because of its industrial heritage towns and villages, buzzing cities and attractive Pennine villages. There are always plenty of things to enjoy here for all ages, including a vast choice of outdoor pursuits and a vibrant cultural scene. The great cities of West Yorkshire such as Leeds have world-class art galleries and museums to visit, as well as big modern shopping centres and a famously dynamic nightlife.
Outdoors, you can take a vigorous walk along renowned tracks like the Pennine Trail with its magnificent scenery, and visit smaller towns such as Bradford to explore a treasured industrial heritage. This is the real and original Bronte country, with the atmospheric dales, isolated villages and bleak moors evocative of Wuthering Heights. Stay at a West Yorkshire hotel or guesthouse during your trip and you'll have everything in place for a thoroughly enjoyable break.
West Yorkshire's industrial heritage ranks amongst the finest and best preserved in the UK. The textile industry drove the economy here from the 18th Century, and the factories, canals and mills which define much of West Yorkshire's landscape bear witness to those days. Radical modern redevelopments of cities like Bradford and Leeds have now transformed the county of 'dark satanic mills' into one of picture-perfect landscapes and pretty villages, but the older and wilder elements are still here to enjoy too. Bleak moorlands and deep valleys attract walkers and hikers at all times of the year, and there are numerous B&Bs and guesthouses in West Yorkshire for accommodation wherever you go.
The three 'Ridings' of Yorkshire cover a vast area, which was mainly used for farming before the railways and mills arrived in the 19th century. Dry-stone walls and old mill chimneys, stately homes of the rich merchants and medieval abbeys and castles are now integral elements of a landscape that charms and delights the visitor today. If you're undecided about where to take your next family break, you can't do much better than choose a hotel or guesthouse in West Yorkshire. From the cultural delights of cities like Bradford and Leeds to some of the most beautiful and varied landscapes in the whole of the United Kingdom, this county is hard to beat.
There's a dizzying array of outdoor activities in West Yorkshire. The landscape is ideally suited for everything from caving and climbing to angling, canoeing and sailing. The walking is magnificent, and footpaths like the Bronte Way and Pennine Way criss-cross the county. On the more artistic side, the Yorkshire Sculpture Triangle takes in the Leeds Art Gallery and the Henry Moore Institute, so whatever your tastes you'll find plenty in this vibrant county to satisfy them. Choose a suitable West Yorkshire hotel or guesthouse to stay in and have easy access to everything that's on offer here.