With private fishing lakes, lovely walks and roaring log fires, even staying within our grounds will help you to appreciate all Yorkshire has to offer.
Historical Site -Harewood House Home to the Queen's cousin, the Earl of Harewood. Harewood House provides a great day out for all the family. On a visit to Harewood you can marvel at the Adam ceilings, Chippendale furniture and Old Master paintings by JMW Turner, Reynolds, Titian and El Greco in the house, explore the gardens and bird garden while youngsters can enjoy the challenge and excitement of the adventure playground, and for the less adventurous visit the medieval alabaster table tombs in Harewood Church.
Attraction -The Royal Armouries
The Royal Armouries is about much more than guns and armour. This renowned museum in Leeds is a multi-million pound purpose built building which houses a large part of the national collection of arms and armour and displays over 8500 objects throughout its five themed galleries. Entry to the museum is free, though some events may be charged for.
Attraction - Harlow Carr RHS Garden Harlow Carr is the newest and most northerly of the four RHS gardens. This, along with its challenging growing conditions, offers an ideal place to view what can be grown successfully in the region. The garden is seeing exciting new developments while retaining its uniquely tranquil and welcoming atmosphere. Probably the most spectacular are the dramatic new Rose Revolution borders that edge the path to Gardens through Time. Gardens through Time takes you through 200 years of living gardening history up to a contemporary garden designed by Diarmuid Gavin.
Historical Site - Kirkstall Abbey Located to the north-west of Leeds, Kirkstall Abbey is a 12th century Cistercian monastery by the River Aire. It is a Grade 1 listed historic building and has undergone a recent programme of renovation. There is now a superb visitor centre with interactive exhibits illustrating the history of the abbey and lives of its previous inhabitants. Entry to Kirkstall Abbey is free of charge.
Theatre - West Yorkshire Playhouse West Yorkshire Playhouse has a great reputation for bringing the best in domestic and international theatre to Leeds. As well as theatre, there is the Playhouse Cafe and Bar which serves food and drinks throughout the day.
Please feel free to contact us on 01943 467818 for any Yorkshire tourist information you need - we will always do our utmost to help.