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Old Vicarage Hotel
Bruntcliffe Road
Morley

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West Yorkshire

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The Old Vicarage built in 1893, formerly the home of the Vicars of Bruntcliffe, was purchased from the Church by the previous owners in 1977 and in 1986 the building was sympathetically extended to form originally a Guest House and is now running as a Two Star Hotel. Leeds combines a fast-paced, lively city centre with the serenity of calming countryside within easy reach. Its stunning architecture, world class sporting venues, outstanding opera and ballet companies, and Yorkshire's most distinguished and exciting restaurants are just some of the many things that make Leeds such a great place for all to enjoy. Leeds is a shopaholicメs dream ヨ from the exquisite Victorian arcades to the contemporary complex The Light and the vibrant Kirkgate Market, the city centre caters for every taste and budget. Shopping in Leeds was rated amongst thirty essential ムthings to doメ for visitors to the UK by the Rough Guide to Britain 2006. Leeds is also known as an international hub of leading arts and culture. Next to London, Leeds proffers some of Britainメs best art including 20th Century sculpture masterpieces at Leeds Art Gallery. A visit to the West Yorkshire Playhouse never fails to astound. It is the largest producing theatre outside London and Stratford.

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