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Ramada Leeds North

A Hotel in Leeds, Yorkshire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

Millgreen View, Ring Road
LS14 5QF

Ramada Leeds North, Leeds

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Accommodation Description:

The Ramada Leeds North is a comfortable, modern hotel incorporating the architectural features of a genuine period windmill. The hotel is ideally located for access to Leeds city centre, Bradford, Emmerdale and Bronte Country and the Yorkshire Dales. All 105 bedrooms have satellite television, trouser press, hairdryer and tea/coffee making facilities.

Features include Juliana's Restaurant, a bar and complimentary car parking.

3 star rating

From: £33.00

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