Quality Hotel Leeds Selby

A Hotel in Leeds, Yorkshire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

Junction A1/A63, South Milford
LS25 5LF

Quality Hotel Leeds Selby, Leeds

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Accommodation Description:

Set in 14 acres of beautiful grounds, the Quality Hotel Leeds/Selby provides an ideal base for exploring Yorkshire. The hotel offers refurbished bedrooms, boasting a contemporary style. The public areas have also been upgraded, for your added convenience, ideal to relax and unwind in.

The leisure facilities, which include an indoor pool, gym, solarium, treatment room, sauna and tennis courts have also been refurbished.

3 star rating

From: £22.50

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