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Weetwood Hall
Otley Road
Leeds
West Yorkshire

LS16 5PS | View map

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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 between the original Manor House and the newer, more contemporary extension. The 17th Century Manor House has 12 luxury bedrooms and 2 four-poster feature bedrooms, all individually decorated to reflect its traditional style.

Guests have a choice of three dining options including the contemporary style Brasserie & Conservatory that overlooks the Italian Gardens; the Woodlands Restaurant and the ‘award winning’ Stables Pub located in the original cobbled courtyard, serving Cask Marque real ales and traditional pub food. Complimentary leisure facilities are available to our residents at David Lloyd Leisure Club with transport provided at designated times.
Weetwood Hall is also home to the largest, most flexible conference centre in the North of England. Wireless internet is also available throughout. A member of Classic British Hotels.

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