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Westwood Lodge Ilkley Moor Apartments, Ilkley, West Yorkshire

Westwood Lodge Ilkley Moor Apartments
Ilkley
West Yorkshire

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To enjoy the peace and beauty of the countryside, within 30 minutes of Leeds, Bradford, Harrogate and Skipton, look no further than our Five Star self-catering apartments - ideal for business stays and romantic midweek and weekend breaks. We are a Listed historic building and the warm and inviting award winning apartments each have their own individual design and décor, with top quality furnishings, fabrics and fittings. We set you off to a good start with our welcome of Yorkshire Tea and homemade cake, fresh milk and a bottle of wine chilling in the fridge. So, when you arrive, reach for the corkscrew, light the candles, put your feet up and enjoy! There's also rooftop gardens with panoramic views over Wharfedale and Ilkley Moor, plus a small leisure area with a workout room, sauna and hot tub.

We are situated on the very edge of the world famous Ilkley Moor with over 1000 acres of Open Access moorland outside our gates for you to enjoy. It's just ten minutes walk into the centre of Ilkley with its bus and rail station taking you into Leeds City Centre in under 30 minutes by train, every half-hour throughout the day. Ilkley grew as a spa town and has high class shops, elegant tea rooms and a wide selection of great pubs and restaurants (including Michelin starred). Other Ilkley attractions include a superb outdoor lido (from May to September) and indoor pool, floodlit tennis courts, a brand new playground, rowing boats, skateboard park and two museums.

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