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Leeds Events

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Live at Leeds
Love Leeds
June
Temple Newsam Steam Fair
July
Garforth Arts Festival
Leeds Shakespeare Festival
Opera in the Park
Party in the Park
August
Girls Aloud at Harewood House
Leeds Festival
Leeds Flower, Vegetable and Craft Show
Leeds Shakespeare Festival
Shadwell Flower Show
September
Damnation Festival
High Heel-a-thon
Leeds to Skipton Canal Walk
November
Leeds International Film Festival
Thought Bubble Festival
December
Carols for a Choral Future
Christkindelmarkt - German Christmas Market
Santas Grotto
The Cross Keys Christmas Market
Unique Gift Fair
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The Met Leeds

The Met Leeds

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The Met is one of the city's iconic landmarks. It is ideally located a few steps from the train station and close to exclusive shopping streets and sophisticated restaurants and bars. The ... More

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Milford Hotel

Milford Hotel

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Conveniently located between York and Leeds, our modern hotel is ideally located for business guests and visitors wishing to explore Yorkshire. With free Wi-Fi, free car parking for all guests, and the ... More | Double Room: £59 - £63

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Woodlands Hotel

Woodlands Hotel

The Woodlands is a stylish contemporary hotel and restaurant set in beautiful landscaped grounds.
There are 18 individually designed bedrooms and a popular restaurant, awarded ‘Best Fine Dining Restaurant 2005’ and ‘Best Use of Local Produce ... More

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Haley's Hotel & Restaurant

Haley

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Haley's boast's the award winning Oaks Restaurant, highly appointed and individually designed bedrooms, and a renowned reputation for individual service. Haley's very surroundings are convivial to relaxation. You are received as ... More | Double Room: From £57.50

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Thorpe Park Hotel & Spa

Thorpe Park Hotel & Spa
With easy access to the M62/M1, this stylish 4-star hotel is just 6 miles from Leeds centre. Thorpe Park Hotel features a modern spa and leisure centre, boutique-style bedrooms and a creative restaurant. All rooms have ... More | visit website
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Discovery Inn

Discovery Inn

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Ideally located for the train station, shopping, theatres and the business and financial districts of the city, this hotel is a convenient choice for all types of traveller. Situated in the heart ... More

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The New Ellington

The New Ellington

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The New Ellington Leeds nestles amongst a row of Georgian buildings in the heart of the financial district of Leeds. Through its doors you will find distinguished and discreet personalised ... More

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Midland Hotel

Midland Hotel

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The Midland Hotel is a Family owned and operated busy local Inn popular with local trade. The Hotel has Five Bedrooms in the STABLE annex which is a stone built ... More

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Hotel Metropole

Hotel Metropole

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The Met is one of the city's iconic landmarks. It is ideally located a few steps from the train station and close to exclusive shopping ... More

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The Chambers

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Beside the River Aire, these boutique serviced apartments are a 5-minute walk from the train station and under 10 minutes' walk from city centre shopping ... More

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