beechwood hotel

Bed and Breakfast in Moortown, Yorkshire

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34 street lane roundhay

beechwood hotel, Moortown

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Accommodation Description:

Situated in an unrivalled Leeds location, Beechwood Hotel is a fine, 100 year old stone building, offering South facing gardens and a private car park at the rear of the hotel. We are just 3 miles from the city centre, and only 500 metres from the outer ring road (A6120) to the North of Leeds, giving easy access to the M1 motorway (J46), York, Wetherby, Harrogate and LeedsBradfrd Airport. The acclaimed Tropical World Butterfly house, and extensive grounds of Roundhay Park are right next to the hotel, as are a range of top quality restaurants and bars.

We are also conveniently situated close to BUPA hospital (34 mile) and St James hospital (2 miles)

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