Wetherby area hotel - Hotwire

Wetherby area hotel – Hotwire

Wetherby area hotel – Hotwire

Prettily positioned on the River Wharfe, the quintessentially English market town of Wetherby is the ideal base for a premium break to rural West Yorkshire. By booking online, Hotwire customers are invited to take advantage of reduced rates on this cosy 3* Hot Rate hotel which features spacious, finely furnished double en-suite guestrooms which are all equipped with convenient amenities and free Wi-Fi internet. Perfect for both holidaymakers and those in the area on business, the hotel boasts a highly regarded restaurant with lobby bar as well as several fully-equipped meeting and board rooms to be used for professional purposes.

Conveniently located just 12 miles from the great Yorkshire industrial city of Leeds, Wetherby is also a popular tourist attraction in its own right. The historic market town enjoys an idyllic riverside setting, elegant Grade II listed architecture and sprawling country parks, making it the perfect base from which to explore all that this charming county has to offer. Boasting a history that dates back to the Domesday Book, Wetherby prides itself on its unique history which can be experienced by admiring the Wetherby Bridge, a designated ancient monument, and the numerous former coaching inns in the town centre which now serve as traditional English pubs.

Hotel guests after a more refined alternative to the bustling metropolis of Leeds are free to take a day trip to the upmarket North Yorkshire town of Harrogate which lies just under 10 miles north of Wetherby. Harrogate is widely renowned for being one of the most desirable locations in the UK and found its fame as a popular spa town during the Georgian era owing to its numerous freshwater natural springs. A trip to this quaint town would be incomplete without sampling a fine Yorkshire brew in Bettys Tea Rooms located in the Montpellier Quarter or experiencing Harrogate’s prestigious past in the Royal Pump Room, a former well which has been converted into a museum.

For unrivalled shopping and a nightlife scene celebrated for its infectious liveliness, hotel guests are advised to hop on the bus or take the short drive to the nearby metropolis of Leeds. Shopaholics will undoubtedly enjoy the number of high street stores in the city’s Briggate area, as well as the vast Trinity Leeds shopping mall and high-end Victoria Quarter; whereas party animals should head to Clarence Dock or Millennium Square for a selection of trendy wine bars and exclusive night clubs.