Guesthouses in Leeds
|| If you’re
hankering after a touch of traditional hospitality a stay
in a guesthouse could be the perfect solution.
Guesthouses are a home from home and great if you’re
on a business trip or travelling alone.
You can expect a traditional setting, a comfortable bed
and no frills service but the days of 1970s-inspired décor
are long gone and Leeds offers some lavish alternatives
as well as more traditional quality.
Top of the list of reasons to stay in a guesthouse –
aside from the fantastic breakfast on offer – is
probably the individual attention you’ll receive
and the individual and unique surroundings you’ll
For a touch of Victorian splendour try The Old Vicarage
Hotel [map] in Morley, a friendly, family run hotel featuring beautiful
antiques and Victoriana in an authentic setting.
Fairbairn House [map] is another Victorian house but this one is owned by The
University of Leeds. If you’re looking for single
room bed and breakfast in quiet accommodation and don’t
have a massive budget, this could be the place to you.
It’s also located close to Leeds University in Clarendon
Road and is a great base for checking out nearby student
If you’re looking for quality try The Fleece
at Addingham which is north west of Ilkley. Offering a
unique taste of Scotland in the heart of Yorkshire The
Fleece Inn offers a rich and varied menu as well as comfortable
accommodation for those wanting to stay over. The pub
and restaurant are lively but friendly.
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