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The best places to stay in Leeds

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Accommodation and holiday homes in Leeds

In and around Leeds the tourist multiple has at disposal a number of types of holiday accommodation, for a lone traveller, a small or large family or even a group.
Leeds offers: 1,434 apartments, 102 hotels, 22 b&bs, 670 indipendent homes, 4 villas, 12 hostels and much more.
The accommodation in this area has positive reviews: the tourists have written 2,949 reviews with a score of 10.0 Excellent and 342 reviews with a score of 8.0 Very Good, over a total of 159,339 reviews.
For your stay in the wonderful destination Leeds, the best features are Pets Allowed, Wi-Fi, Linens Provided, Non Smoking Only and Parking.

Leeds: the best offers for the best accommodation and holiday homes

How much doeas it cost to stay in Leeds? The more economical accommodation in Leeds has an average cost of 107 pounds per night.
For a weekend low cost in Leeds, instead, are available different offers at a low cost cost around 161 pounds per night. The cheapest weekends anre during the month of October. If instead you were interested in holiday homes or apartments, for medium long stays, the best weekly offers low cost in Leeds have an average weekly cost of 752 pounds. The week with the lowest prices are in the month of September from 12/09 to 19/09.
If you want to organize a holiday in Leeds during the low season, where you can enjoy the destination without the hectic turism, August is the best month. The week with the highes amount of accommodation available at the best price is from 15/08 to 22/08.
If instead you are looking for the high season, the highest amount of accommodation available with the lowest price is in the month of June, during the week that spans from 13/06 to 20/06.

The main interest points and what to see in Leeds during your stay

The best accommodation in Leeds can be found near the main interest points. The unmissable interest points are:

Not far from the centre you can find 1,585 accommodation available with the best offers: 1,434 Apartments, 22 B&Bs, 102 Hotels, and much more.
Below you can find the best apartments near the centre.

Leeds: what to know

Leeds: are you looking for accommodation near the centre or easily reached on foot? Here you can find the best B&Bs, Hotels, Holiday Homes and Apartments walking distance from the centre.

Leeds and the best accommodation near the centre

The weather forcast in Leeds

Leeds: during the year, the average temperature throughout the year is around 14°C. The coldest period of the year is in the month of January where the temperature can drop to 7°C. The hottest month of the year is instead in July where the maximum temperature can reach 21°C.
The wettest month of the year is January where there can be up to 15 days of rain.

LEEDS: a Still Fast-Moving City

Leeds, a city which won the "Visitor city of the year" by The Good Britain Guide in 2005 is a city known for its relaxed and artsy atmosphere. A hub of commerce that is second only to London, Leeds is a city that invests in itself, with numerous parks, gardens, and pedestrianized areas that are sure to captivate and entertain any visitor.

One of the easiest cities to visit in the UK because of its accessibility via water, train, bus, and plane, Leeds is one of our favorite recommendations for a low stress weekend getaway that’s not to far from home but enchanting nonetheless.

BEST NEIGHBOURHOODS OF LEEDS

Roundhay

Those who are looking for a relaxing getaway that still has easy access to the city are encouraged to stay in Roundhay. Known for its incredibly charming bed and breakfasts and vacation rentals, Roundhay is best well known for its proximity to Roundhay Park, which is one of the most beautiful open spaces in the city: it’s super popular among locals and is an ideal place for a lazy walk or cozy picnic.

Leeds Waterfront

Those who are looking for a more modern experience are encouraged to stay by the waterfront. A little more costly than the suburbs or older areas of the city, the Waterfront is where to stay to experience the younger feel of Leeds. Choose either a vacation rental in one of the numerous high-rise apartments that sits right next to the water, or several of the modern hotels in the area. Within easy walking distance of downtown, the Waterfront boasts its own array of restaurants, cafes, and bars to keep one entertained and satiated, always within view of the beautiful river Aire.

MOST EXCITING THINGS TO DO AND SEE

Leeds is known for its rich history and military background, so visitors are encouraged to start at the Royal Armouries for a look at over 3,000 years of military history. Those who enjoy the more visually rich side of history are encouraged to visit the Leeds City Art Gallery for a dazzling collection of 18th and 19th century works. Attached to this gallery is one of Leeds most famous residents’ exhibition spaces; the Henry Moore Institute. Frequent travelers to the city will be sure to be delighted by the many shows that are put on at both of these impressive buildings.

Home of the first Harvey Nichols store, Leeds is not known as the Knightsbridge of the North for nothing. Head to the corn exchange or the gorgeous Victoria Quarter for some glitzy shopping to truly make your weekend getaway one of indulgence and luxury. Those who want to experience the more eclectic side of Leeds’ shopping should stop by the Kirkgate market for over 800 stalls of highly specialized and always delightful shopping.

WEATHER

Because of the Pennine Hills to the West means that Leeds is protected from some of the Western winds that bring more rainfall to other similar cities such as Manchester or the Lake District. However, the weather in Leeds tends to swing from one extreme to another very rapidly, so visitors are recommended to bring an umbrella with them when heading out, and always bring a jacket just in case.

Luckily, the huge number of undercover shopping and dining areas means that it’s easy to escape the weather in Leeds, no matter what time of year you visit. Keep this in mind when planning your getaway!