Leeds is one of the most interesting cities in the county of Yorkshire, with an almost endless list of historical sights, which includes the famous Corn Exchange, a mixture of retail stores and dining establishments. This iconic Grade I listed building is a must-see for anyone holidaying in Leeds, and the inside has to be seen to be believed.
The best bed & breakfast in Leeds can easily be found with an online search, where you can sample the traditional Yorkshire breakfast that is guaranteed to set you up for the day ahead. Bed & breakfast is very reasonably priced, and let’s face it, you won’t be spending much time in your accommodation, other than a good night’s sleep and a hearty breakfast.
- The Arcades – There are three arcades, namely, Grand, Queens and Thorntons, which come together to form a unique shopping arcade area, where you will find all kinds of local goods on offer, including some exclusive boutiques.
- Brewtown Tour – Leeds is the centre of the beer brewing industry that Yorkshire is famous for, and you can book a tour to three of the local breweries and sample some of the best craft beers and real ales. This tour is not only for beer lovers, as it shows you how people lived a few hundred years ago, and you can book the tour from your local hotel.
- Kirkstall Abbey – Steeped in history, this 900 year old Cistercian Monastery gives you a glimpse of how life was for the monks, and it backs onto The Abbey Museum, which is also worth a visit.
There’s so much to see in the beautiful city of Leeds, and with traditional hotels that offer great deals, you can spend a week or two admiring the many attractions.