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Tall Trees Hotel
188 Leeds Rd
Leeds
West Yorkshire

WF3 3LS | View map

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Tall Trees Hotel is licensed *non smoking)& located on the A61 out of Leeds, just ten Minutes from the City Centre, and only 10 minutes from Wakefield. The M1 and M62 are 7 minutes away, with easy access to all the major commercial business and and tourist attractions in the region. The Hotel is family run and offers great value for money in quality accommodation at a budget price. All 17 rooms are en suite with tea and coffee making facilities and televisions.Secure Parking is private, in an enclosed courtyard, with 24 hour presence in the Hotel. The hotel is Licensed for Guests and their visitors. Oulton Hall is located 5 minutes away offering Golf and leisure facilities. Lofthouse also has its own Golf course. The Royal Armouries (free to visit) is 10 minutes away. At the end of the Hotel drive the bus service operates every ten minutes for both Leeds and Wakefield. 10/15 minutes to the centres. (The Hotel is Non Smoking) Why not have a ski break with us. The Xscape indoor ski centre is just 10 minutes away with cinemas, restaurants, and great value shopping.Plenty of eating establishments within walking distance with a superb Chines 2 minutes away giving guests !0% discount.

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