Thorpe Park Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

1150 Century Way, Thorpe Park, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS15 8ZB, United Kingdom
Thorpe Park Hotel & Spa
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Cheap places to stay

by jacetheace

Does the Leeds area have a backpackers hostel? If not, could anybody recommend a budget place to stay.

Thanks for your help.

Re: Cheap places to stay

by doodybee

check for leeds - looks to be showing Leeds Metropolitan Uni as having rooms to let
have fun while up north

Re: Cheap places to stay

by leics

It's unlikely the uni will have rooms to let during term-time though.

Some of the other hostels mentioned online are either closed or not for tourists (i.e. they are probabtion/bail hostels etc).

Read this page:

Use the search engine on the official tourist info website to see if you can find suitable accommodation where you want to be in Leeds:

Or consider staying York instead; fairly easy to travel betwen the two cities, and there is definitely hostel accommodation there.

Re: Cheap places to stay

by jacetheace

Thanks very much for both your help.

Re: Cheap places to stay

by Sjalen

I agree with staying in York but I'm biased :))) If you do, there are a couple of hostels up the Micklegate end of the city centre (a lot nicer than the IYHA way out at Clifford). But do you have a specific reason for visiting Leeds? There are buses and trains between the two but of course if you need to spend lots of time in Leeds it is better to stay there - or even in Bradford which would be cheaper to reach Leeds from I guess. I'm afraid I don't know what Leeds' hostels are like.

Travel Tips for Leeds

Experience the city in 360º

by LeedsUK

I would invite any visitor to take a look at the VR Leeds website for a full virtual tour of the City. If I miss the city I can always logon to and see hundreds of images, including live web cam images from the city centre.


by sandysmith

Knaresborough is a lovely town situated on the River Nidd. Good views of the river up by the castle ruins. In Knaresborough there is also Mother Shipton's Cave, which is a bit of a tourist trap and not really worth the admission price.

The Grove Cafe,

by mhqt

The Grove Cafe,
Brudenell Street,
Leeds LS6
The sort of place that people appear for late breakfast / lunch around Sunday noon to recover from the night before wondering what they are doing out of bed. Their burger (veggie or meat). Cheap very large with chip salad, etc etc. Try a double to fill anyone.


by alyf1961 about GREGGS

Gregg’s is a British institution. There are Gregg’s the bakers in every town and city in the country.
In Leeds, we have a Gregg’s cafe in the bus station. The cafe is not as good as the bakery and a bit more expensive. THE SAUSAGE ROLLS ARE DELICIOUS.

Shopping - A call to...

by leeds

Shopping - A call to market!... for all Cottage Industries, Craftspeople and Farmers.

First Sunday of the month 9am to 3pm at Kirkgate Open Market.

Leeds Kirkgate Market is one of the oldest markets in the country. As the city's first and foremost shopping venue, it has built up a following of shoppers and traders who flock to Kirkgate Market from generation to generation.

Over the years, shoppers come to immerse themselves in the hubbub, the colour, the banter, and even the smells of one of Europe's largest markets. Whilst the Edwardian visitors would recognise much of their Market Hall in today's Kirkgate Market, they would surely be baffled by some of the goods on sale today.

Now, once a month, Kirkgate Market is taking visitors back to a market that everybody recognises - The Sunday Leeds Farmers' Market.

Leeds Farmers' market offers all that its name suggests - seasonal harvested, fruit and vegetables, cut flowers, tempting cheeses, crusty breads and delicious conserves, as well as organic and other farm produces.

Craft and gift stalls, boasting hand made and 'cottage industry' homewares, such as pottery, furniture, toys, linens and glassware, really do stand side by side with the butcher, the baker and the candlestick maker - just as they always did. The Sunday Market shall be unashamedly an old fashioned market experience.


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Address: 1150 Century Way, Thorpe Park, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS15 8ZB, United Kingdom