Leeds Colton – Cross Gates Train Station area hotel

Leeds Colton – Cross Gates Train Station area hotel

Leeds Colton – Cross Gates Train Station area hotel

With top class facilities in a superb location just outside of the city, this 4 star Hot Rate Hotel is ideal for those looking for a relaxing break in Leeds.

The property is located just over 10km away from Leeds Bradford airport, providing international guests with easy access to and from the airport for your convenience. Other public transport links located close to the property include public bus services and Cross Gates railway station. The property is highly suitable for those visiting the city on business, and provides a professional Business Centre with a range of excellent facilities for your convenience. For your leisure there is a spacious indoor pool, or if you feel like pampering yourself why not book an appointment for a spa treatment. The property has a restaurant on site, and there is also a self-service laundry. All bedrooms are equipped with high-speed Internet access, allowing you to surf the web for business or leisure purposes from the comfort of your room.

Leeds is the proud home of the Church of St. John the Evangelist, the oldest church in the city and a Grade 1 listed building. Built in 1632-34, the church was constructed at a time when new churches were rarely built, and was financed by a local benefactor, John Harrison. The main feature of the church are its Jacobean fittings, including a carved wooden screen with intricate details that is decorated with flowers, vines, humans, animals and hearts, and other carvings can be found on other objects inside as well. The building is made out of ashlar stone, and the interior includes a royal coat of arms and brass chandeliers, as well as stained glass windows that date back to the 19th century.

Leeds Art Gallery is located in the heart of the city centre, close to Leeds Town Hall and the shopping district of the city. Housing a vast collection of works ranging from 20th century Great Britain and earlier works, the gallery is recognised as one of “national importance”. The gallery has been open to the public since 1888, and is owned by Leeds City Council. Some of the more famous works inside include Scotland Forever by Elizabeth Thompson, The Shadow of Death by William Holman Hunt, and Jacob Epstein’s Maternity sculpture. The gallery has an excellent gift shop and a Tiled Hall Café where visitors can enjoy a drink and a range of snacks.

We hope you enjoy your stay in Leeds!