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42 The Calls
Leeds
West Yorkshire

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An 18th Century Fletland riverside corn mill converted into a refreshingly different designer boutique hotel.
With just 41 bedrooms and suites, 42 The Calls is a unique and exceptional establishment. Handmade beds with luxury cotton linen, carefully selected paintings and drawings, and friendly touches such as homemade cookies and fudge make these spaces havens of relaxation combined with up to the minute technology, including interactive plasma television, Wi-Fi and high speed broadband access.

One of Yorkshire's finest restaurants shares the same premises as the hotel. Brasserie Forty 4, an informal, buzzing venue popular with Leeds' fashionable set, retains two AA rosettes.

Everywhere are signs of the buildings previous life as a corn mill, some walls are hung with photographs of the mill during its conversion; many rooms feature large mill windows with wooden shutters; others have remnants of the mills pulleys, wheels and girders in the ceilings and walls.

On the edge of the River Aire, within minutes of the city centre, Harvey Nichols & the Victoria Quarter. 5 minutes to the Train Station & 9 miles to the Leeds & Bradford airport.

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Ratings/Awards: Pending
Number of Rooms: 41
Number Ensuite: 41
Nearest Airport: Leeds/Bradford
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