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Set within nine acres of woodland and gardens and built around 17th Century Manor House, we offer extensive four-star hotel services and facilities along with a conference centre.
We have 106 en-suite bedrooms, offering six different styles of accommodation from junior double to luxury bedrooms. Recently refurbished bedrooms allow guests to enjoy a stylish/modern and practical interior along with spacious work environment.
Located on the A6120 Northern ring road, just 4 miles from the city centre we are the nearest of all four star Leeds hotels to Leeds/Bradford airport and we also offer extensive free car parking.
Our facilities, services and customer care have the AIM gold accreditation by the Meetings Industry Association. Facilities featured in our dedicated conference centre include FREE hi-speed Internet access as well as Web Data Conferencing Suite, providing a more advanced way of meeting.
Our catering facilities include Woodlands Suite, the contemporary styled Brasserie and award winning Stables Pub with 'Cask Marque' recognition for real ales.
We are the only Leeds hotel to have the extensive University of Leeds owned sporting facilities adjoining our estate. These are available for hosting residential performance excellence camps or team building activities.
The University of Leeds first purchased Weetwood Hall in the 1920's when it was used as a hall of residents for female students and it was in 1992 when they made the decision to develop it into a four star conference centre and hotel.
The business objectives expected by the University of Leeds of Weetwood Hall are to excel in the managing of its services and facilities, support the provision by the university of continuing professional development and provide a financial contribution back to the university in the form of gift aid as a proportion of its annual profits.
We are a responsible and ethical organisation which may be evidenced from our Corporate Social Responsibility, Accessibility Statement and Environment Policy which also identifies how we engage with the community to our use of our regional food.