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De Vere Oulton Hall
Leeds
West Yorkshire

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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 of the city centre in Oulton village, Oulton Hall has easy access from the M1/ M62 and A1. De Vere Hotel Oulton Hall is in a fantastic location, only 5 miles from the bustling Leeds city centre and 15 miles from Leeds Bradford International Airport, only 2 hours by train from London's Kings Cross making this a perfect destination for business and leisure.

De Vere Hotel Oulton Hall boast 152 luxury bedrooms made up of 7 suites, 12 deluxe rooms and 133 standard De Vere rooms. All rooms offer a climate control, complimentary wi-fi, work desk with lamp, direct dial telephone, tea and coffee making facilties and iron and ironing board. The 12 Double De Vere Deluxe rooms have king size beds and offer addtional space and have garden or courtyard views. The 7 suites are luxuriously furnished with lavish bedding and decor, king size beds and have stunning views of the hotel grounds. There are 9 flexible meeting rooms accommodating 6 to 350 delegates. Most of the rooms have natural daylight and all have air conditioning.

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