Weetwood Hall’s compassionate team has many years’ experience ensuring that these difficult times are treated in a sympathetic and delicate manner.
Our team will be on board to ease the burden of organising a gathering for families and friends and will provide you with a quality menu and considerate service to attend to your individual requirements.
Our restaurants, bars and function rooms are suitable for hosting groups of various sizes and we can arrange food and refreshments as required.
We are very close to Lawnswood Crematorium and Cemetery as well as Rawdon Crematorium, meaning your funeral gathering in Leeds can be accessed easily and conveniently.
For further information or to book a venue please send an enquiry or call 0113 230 6000.
The Yorkshire Dales
The Yorkshire Dales
If escaping to the great outdoors and exploring the region’s unique countryside is part of your trip, then you simply must visit the Yorkshire Dales.
The Yorkshire Dales is an upland region of the Pennines, which spread from the market towns of Ilkley, Harrogate, Skipton and Settle in North Yorkshire, to the southern dales of Airedale, Malhamdale, Ribblesdale, Nidderdale and Wharfedale. The area boasts outstanding natural scenery, a rich cultural heritage and two protected areas – the Yorkshire Dales National Park and the Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
For outdoor pursuit enthusiasts this breath-taking region of Yorkshire is made for activities such as walking, cycling, rock climbing, mountain biking, horse riding, birdwatching and paragliding.Guide to visiting the Yorkshire Dales
Weetwood Hall Visitors looking to discover more about Yorkshire’s unique heritage will find one of the region’s finest country estates just a short drive away. Harewood House, one of the Treasure Houses of England, is nestled in the heart of Yorkshire and surrounded by some of the county’s finest countryside. This spectacular stately home was built in the 18th century by John Carr for Edwin Lascelles. It is home to a comprehensive art collection, and boasts regular exhibitions of contemporary art. This extraordinary mansion is set within 100 acres of exquisite gardens, including a well-known bird garden that never fails to thrill visitors of all ages.
Being located in the village of Harewood not far from Leeds, guests staying at Weetwood Hall are just a stone’s throw from the magnificent Harewood House.Visiting Harewood House
First Direct Arena
First Direct Arena
Are you visiting Leeds to see live music and sports events and looking for hotels near Leeds Arena? Hotels in Leeds city centre can be noisy and often lack parking. Our Leeds Hotel at Weetwood Hall offers the perfect balance of quick and easy access to Leeds city centre and the First Direct Arena, but with ample free parking and a much quieter more relaxing overnight stay.
With a capacity of 13,500 the First Direct Arena is Leeds’ largest entertainment venue, hosting major live music, entertainment, comedy and sporting events. Each year, the First Direct Arena plays host to some of the biggest names in entertainment with the likes of Bruce Springsteen, Sir Elton John, Prince and Queen performing at this state-of-the-art arena.
Possessing a unique “super theatre” style configuration designed to enhance the personal viewing experience, it’s not surprising the First Direct Arena earned the accolade of being voted Best New Venue in the World 2014 at the Stadium Business Awards.
If you’re looking for some retail therapy during your stay at our Weetwood Hall Leeds hotel, then head to Trinity Leeds, the city’s biggest shopping centre. Trinity Leeds comprises 120 international brands all under one roof. With globally-recognised shops, bars, restaurants and even a cinema in the heart of Leeds city centre, you can ‘shop till you drop’ at Trinity Leeds, before returning to the relaxing surroundings of Weetwood Hall.
And that’s just for starters… With arts, family attractions, delicious local cuisine, thriving markets and much, much more, there’s plenty more to do for everyone when staying at Weetwood Hall in Headingley.