North West Leeds is a large and diverse part of the city of Leeds, extending from Burley (near the city centre) out as far as Guiseley and the city's airport. It is especially popular with students in areas such as Burley and Hyde Park where the accommodation is cheap and close to the University.
Roomzzz Headingley is an award winning Aparthotel that occupies a prime location only 5 minutes' walk away from Headingley Stadium and close to Leeds universities. There's a choice of superb apartments individually designed to provide you with the space you need to relax, in complete comfort. Minimum of three nights stay, includes LCD TV, free Wi-fi and free secure parking.
Anything on the menu is delicious and the service and beers (no weak fizzy lager here!) are outstanding, ranging from traditional English to renowned Czech produce. The setup is basic with benches and tables but the atmosphere is pitched just right for small groups and couples - recommended. If there were popularity contests for bar staff, this place would win.
Leeds City West is an award winning Aparthotel that occupies a prime location only 15 minutes' walk away from the vital centre of Leeds and close to Leeds universities. There's a choice of superb studio apartments, individually designed to provide you with the space you need to relax, in complete comfort. LCD TV, free Wi-fi, and free Grab & Go Breakfast.
with its former bowling green beer garden (brilliant but overcrowded in summer)is a Headingley institution with a lively (but more traditional) atmosphere. You may have to queue to get in at weekends but The Oak is always good fun, drawing a younger crowd upstairs and a more mature crowd at the downstairs bar.
Not your usual brewery owned pub. This family run and owned continental style bar is very popular with students, pre drinkers to Halo, Otley runners. Located on the main road between the Leeds Metropolitan University and Leeds University.
This is the last vestiges of Leeds Zoological and Botanical Gardens, an unsuccessful Victorian business. Built in 1840, bears were displayed in a circular pit with the public viewing them from the castellated turrets.
World famous, is a must for Cricket and Rugby (both codes - League and Union) fans. Quite unique in serving both sports - a 'siamese' stadium. The annual Test match is a highlight of Leeds' sporting calendar.
This Algerian restaurant offers authentic atmosphere and eating. The food is among the best tasted in Leeds. Teas and coffees can be taken upstairs among the low tables and scatter cushions.
the old cottages and shops are very pretty (especially Cottage Road), as are the leafy streets and Victorian terraces and villas to the north further up the Otley Road.
Student nightclub located in a former church near the university entrance, where you will find Voodoo and [http://komedykollective.com/ Skewed Circus] events.
fresh sandwiches made to order, Illy coffee, great selection of cakes and cookies, stylish surroundings and great value for money.
Nice location among University of Leeds buildings, free secure wi-fi, friendly staff, includes full breakfast, private rooms.
Museum built in 1983 to celebrate Horsforth which has been described as the "largest village in England".
belonging to Headingley stadium, is reasonably priced and has views across the cricket pitch
Italian restaurant and salumeria/café.Fantastic simple food, great atmosphere, always busy.
is a stylish, urbane and inexpensive café-restaurant-bar with a range of decent food.
Excellent, acclaimed Cuban Tapas restaurant.
Renowned Chinese restaurant.