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QUALITY HOTEL & LEISURE LEEDS SELBY FORK
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Nestled amidst the scenic beauty of 14 acres of tranquil park lands, yet just a few minutes from exit 42 of the A1 between the cities of Leeds and
York, this contemporary 3-star Hotel is an idyllic base from which to explore the local area.
With an abundance of superb on-site amenities,
including free Wi-Fi and parking, Woodlands Restaurant, heated swimming pool, specialist conference and function facilities guests can relax, safe in the knowledge that their every need is catered to.
The Quality Hotel boasts the perfect synthesis of location, value and convenience. Despite being surrounded by the charming splendour of the Yorkshire Dales, it is but a short drive to the vibrant cities of both York and Leeds. The Hotel is fully committed to making the most of its unique position by offering guests a friendly and welcoming service with everything they need to guarantee a quiet relaxing stay. Indeed, nothing says relaxation better than an indulgent session in the soothing solarium. It's the perfect way to unwind after an early-morning swim in the 14 metre indoor pool.
The Quality Hotel prides itself on being a by-word for comfort and relaxation, nowhere is this more evident than in its' 93 welcoming en-suite
bedrooms. Tastefully decorated and well-appointed with an array of modern conveniences, each room features free Wi-Fi access, television, tea & coffee making facilities, and much more besides. From business to leisure, there are a range of room types to suit all travellers, including Single, Double,Twin and Family options.
With 11 meeting rooms and 2 event rooms, it is a splendid venue for hosting any type of event. Whether organising a wedding reception or planning a business conference, the hotel's team of experienced and dedicated event co-ordinators are on hand to ensure that that every occasion is a success.
Woodlands, the Hotel's on-site restaurant, offers a variety of tempting dishes and delicious snacks. Whether grabbing a quick bite between meetings, or tucking in to a hearty evening meal, there is something for everyone.
What's more, with food served throughout the day, guests are free to eat at a time of their convenience. The Hotel's bar has a welcome and friendly atmosphere and is a great place to chat with friends or enjoy a well-deserved drink after a long journey.
The Quality Hotel is the ideal gateway to the Yorkshire region. Not only is it the largest county in the UK it is also one of the most beautiful.
Renowned for its' incredible scenery, visitors can look forward to soaking up breathtaking vistas, inspiring moorlands and rolling hills. There are an abundance of outdoor attractions to choose from, including cycling and mountain biking, shooting, water sports and horse riding. For those looking for something less exerting, why not try a local heritage walk or a delicious pub lunch in one of the many picturesque local villages.
The cosmopolitan city of Leeds has something to offer all visitors. With a thriving nightlife scene and a multitude of bars and restaurants it has built a solid reputation as a British hotspot. Shopping in Leeds is a world-class experience featuring as it does five miles of shopping streets and the country's largest pedestrianised zones. For those more culturally
inclined, Leeds has its own repertory theatre, opera house and ballet companies. Leeds Art Gallery has one of the UK's best collections of
contemporary British art and the city is home to the Royal Armouries, the national collection of arms and armour.
Renowned for its exquisite architecture, quaint cobbled streets and iconic cathedral, York is a place where the old world meets the new. Explore the city's historic past at York Minster, Europe's largest gothic cathedral, or visit Jorvick Viking Centre and witness the past come alive. With a blossoming cafe culture and an array of diverse eateries, including stylish
restaurants, informal bistros and traditional pubs, there are plenty of opportunities to indulge ones culinary tastes. Whether taking a boat trip along the River Ouse, or viewing the collections on display at York Museum, there is always some new wonder waiting to be discovered.