Premier Inn Leeds Centre

Wellington Street, Citygate, (formerly Travel Inn), Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS3 1LW, United Kingdom
Premier Inn Leeds City Centre
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Renting a car from the Leeds Train Station

by LauraStreng

We'll be taking the train from London to Leeds and need to rent a car. Are there any options close to the train station? We were told that the airport was the only place to go. Can we get a car at the train station?
Thanks for the help!
Laura Streng

RE: Renting a car from the Leeds Train Station

by leics

The link above shows the station as a possibility (have not explored further). Try googling the UK pages only on for 'car hire leeds station'. I suspect you'll have a good choice of options. We tend to use 'hire' rather than 'rent' when referring to cars, which might help in your search.

RE: RE: Renting a car from the Leeds Train Station

by Britannia2

There is a Hertz at the station as far as i can rememeber - you can definatly hire a car at all main line stations. The big question is - do you really have to? Bear in mind the minute you leave the station area you are on some very busy roads ona right hand drive car on the left hand side of the road.
What is your first destination? If it is somewhere smaller could you take the train there and hire a car somewhere quieter and then get used to an English car?
I live in Yorkshire so ask anything you need to.

RE: Renting a car from the Leeds Train Station

by largerama

There is an excellent Tourist info place in the station who will definitely help. Its called Yorkshire Gateway. Opposite Macdonalds near to ticket booths.

A good alternative is to leave the station and go down nearby Wellington Street (5 min walk) where there is a Europcar branch. See contact detils below. Contact them and they may just sort you out right from the station.

Other alternatives you may find in the other link. It may be best to get out of the city by train, taxi etc and pick up a hire car from there. For example, get taxi to a rental office out of city centre but in direction of where youre going will mean you dont hve to figure out the city centre roads and then you get a car going to where you want to go.

But just to tell you that Leeds city centre aint a pleasant plce to drive if you dont know it. You could spend hours trying to get out of the city alone unless you know where to go. There are many one ways and quite confusing signs.

Any more help on Leeds, feel free to ask.


Europcar UK Ltd
Apsley House/78 Wellington St

Telephone: 0870-607 5000

Travel Tips for Leeds

Kirkstall Abbey

by sandysmith

One of Britain's best preserved abbeys, Kirkstall Abbey was founded by a party of Cistercian monks from Fountains Abbey and was closed down in November 1539 in the Dissolution of religious houses ordered by Henry VIII. One of the most important historical buildings in Leeds. Built between 1152 and 1182 on the northern bank of River Aire, the Abbey was home to a community of Cistercian monks and lay brothers. After its dissolution in 1539 the abbey’s windows, roofs and much of the stonework were steadily removed for use in local building projects and this helps explain its current partially-ruined appearance. Nevertheless, Kirkstall is still preferred by many historians to other Cistercian abbeys such as those found at Fountains and Rievaulx. Many famous artists such as JMW Turner, Thomas Girtin and Moses Griffith came to paint Kirkstall Abbey's picturesque ruins. Today large parts of the Abbey can still be seen and explored free of charge.

Studley Royal & Fountains Abbey

by steventilly

Studley Royal & Fountains Abbey (about 5km West of Ripon).
Adjacent to the Deer Park of Studley Royal is Fountains Abbey (admission fee). This is not only the ruins of the abbey, but also the immactlately tended water gardens and associated walks and follies. This really is a splendid place to spend the day (in conjunction with Studley Royal). You can park at either Studley Royal or at the special visitors centre car park which is nearer the abbey.

Authentic and cheap Japanese noodles

by largerama about Fuji Hiro

No sushi here just Ramon noodle dishes and Japanese curries with a few other Asian dishes thrown in. It doesnt look anyhting special and the decoris downmarket but the food is so good for the price and huge portions.

The guy who runs the place is so friendly even if his English aint so good.

But dont dress up and just enjoy no-pretentious good food. Even if dishes do come out when they are ready and not altogether!! Ramen


by alyf1961 about RED HOT WORLD BUFFET

I was very excited by the opening of this restaurant. I have been passing it on my way to work every morning for the past two months while the signs in the window reported "OPENING SOON". I was beginning to give up hope of it ever opening.
The sign in the window promised cuisine from over seven countries of the world.
When the restaurant finally opened, I could not wait to try it and I was not disappointed.
Once inside the restaurant you are transported to an airport lounge complete with check in desk.
There is a bar upstairs to sit and have a drink whilst you look at the menu.
As you go down stairs to the restaurant, you pass through the body of an aeroplane complete with overhead lockers.
I loved the ambiance of the restaurant with statues and artefacts from around the world including a Chinese terracotta warrior and lanterns as well as Thai statues.
Once seated we ordered drinks then went to discover if the food was as diverse as promised on the advertising. It was was better.
The live stations were fantastic with chef's cooking pasta, noodles, stir-fry, Swiss potatoes and Indian breads to order.

A selection of curries with rice, pakora, naan bread, bhaji's and samosa's
Spare ribs, prawn toast, crispy pancakes [you make them up yourself], spring rolls, dim sum and stir-fry.
Pizza, Lasagne and pasta.
Quesadilla's, taco's and nacho's with salsa
Sushi and teppanyakki
Flavoured chicken [BBQ, lemon and pepper and peri peri.] and corn on the cob.
A selection of Thai and Malaysian curries
Shepard's pie, roast beef with Yorkshire pudding and apple crumble with custard.

Other stations included
A salad bar [Moroccan, Greek and Mediterranean] and a choice of breads and cheeses.
A vegetable selection
A seafood bar
An amazing dessert section including ice cream [10 varieties] with toppings and sauces, delicious cakes, fresh fruit and jelly I loved the chinese selection, tikka masala curry and the creme brulee.


by alyf1961

The building was built in the late 1880’s as a mechanics institute. It was built by Cuthbert Broderick, who also built the town hall and corn exchange. The building later became Leeds civic theatre. It is now Leeds city museum, which has a range of interesting displays and exhibitions

Monday closed (with the exception of Bank Holidays)
Tuesday 10 am - 5pm
Wednesday 10am - 5pm
Thursday 10am - 7pm
Friday 10am - 5pm
Saturday 11am - 5pm
Sunday 11 am -5pm


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 Premier Inn Leeds Centre

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Address: Wellington Street, Citygate, (formerly Travel Inn), Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS3 1LW, United Kingdom