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Willow Cottage
Ivegate
Yeadon

Leeds
West Yorkshire

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Willow Cottage in Ivegate, Yeadon near Leeds was built around 1750, offers a double with ensuite, a double room, a twin with ensuite and one single room for bed and breakfast accommodation. A guest lounge is provided, and hot drinks are available in all rooms along with freeview and wireless internet access. A grade II listed building, Willow Cottage has a private walled garden for use by all. Willow Cottage is located in the leafy suburbs of Yeadon near Leeds, close to the airport and local amenities and within driving distance of Leeds City Centre. Yeadon’s pretty market square overlooked by the Gothic town hall comes to life every Friday as well known traders set out their stalls for its well supported market. A regular favourite, Leeming’s fish van brings in the freshest catch from the Yorkshire coast, complemented by fresh fruit and vegetables and the butcher’s finest cuts of meat. This market has everything you need for the weekend whether it’s tackling those DIY tasks, celebrating a birthday or getting together for a hearty roast dinner. If you fancy a longer stay on the doorstep of the dales, Yeadon Town Hall was recently refurbished and seats up to 600 people for theatre performances and concerts. The town is also well served by restaurants, bars and pubs with some venues holding late licenses at the weekend.

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