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Haley's Hotel & Restaurant
Shire Oak Road
Headingley

Leeds
West Yorkshire

LS6 2DE | View map

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Haley's boast's the award winning Oaks Restaurant, highly appointed and individually designed bedrooms, and a renowned reputation for individual service. Haley's very surroundings are convivial to relaxation. You are received as an important guest in a house that still feels like a home should. It's just what you need after a long day, a weary journey, or when you've just shopped until you've dropped. Skilfully fashioned by a leading interior designer, Haley's is full of fine antiques and rich furnishings. Many of the luxury rooms are to be found in Bedford House, a Grade II Listed building which in its day, was home to a Victorian gentleman, himself a leading architect of his generation.

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Ratings/Awards: AA 3 Star Townhouse
Number of Rooms: 26
Number Ensuite: 26
Nearest Airport: Leeds/Bradford
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Name: Haley's Restaurant
Cuisine: Modern English
Chef: Rafi Maywand
Awards: 1 AA Rosette

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