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June
Temple Newsam Steam Fair
July
Garforth Arts Festival
Leeds Shakespeare Festival
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Girls Aloud at Harewood House
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Damnation Festival
High Heel-a-thon
Leeds to Skipton Canal Walk
November
Leeds International Film Festival
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December
Carols for a Choral Future
Christkindelmarkt - German Christmas Market
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The Cross Keys Christmas Market
Unique Gift Fair
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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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Holiday Inn Express Leeds East

Holiday Inn Express Leeds East

We are proud of our spacious softly decorated, en-suite rooms and the quality of our facilities and service throughout.The en-suite rooms at our hotel are decorated to the highest standards and have amenities often not ... More | visit website

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Bridge Farm

Bridge Farm
Bridge Farm Hotel is a family owned and operated 18th Century Coaching House. The hotel has 9 en-suite bedrooms, three of which are in the main house and six bedrooms that are situated in an ... More | visit website
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The Ellington

The Ellington

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The Leading Small Hotels of the World – The Ellington is a new luxury boutique hotel, offering contemporary style and elegant design, and combining a vibrant atmosphere with an intimate ... More

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Merrion Hotel

Merrion Hotel

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This modern, friendly city-centre hotel is 5 minutes' walk from Leeds Met and Leeds University, and is ideal for the city’s shopping and nightlife The Merrion, part of Brook Hotels, has reduced ... More

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Storm Jameson Court

Storm Jameson Court

Storm Jameson Court is a hotel-style residence, built in 2010 to a very high standard. The building is at the heart of the main campus, close to the city centre. The impressive foyer has ... More | visit website

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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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Weetwood Hall

Weetwood Hall

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Set within nine acres of parkland estate and built around a 17th Century Manor House, Weetwood Hall offers extensive 4 star hotel services and facilities. 106 en-suite bedrooms are split ... More

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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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De Vere Oulton Hall

De Vere Oulton Hall
Standing on the ground in the Yorkshire countryside close to Leeds, De Vere Hotel Oulton Hall combines the Victorian elegance of a grade II listed building with modern facilities for business and leisure. Situated south ... More | visit website

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