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Bed and Breakfast Accommodation in Leeds University halls

Not just for students - anyone can book!

  • Staying in Leeds university accommodation is an affordable way to stay in this vibrant and exciting city
  • These conveniently located single ensuite rooms are a cost effective alternative to staying in a cheap Leeds hotel, hostel or B&B
  • Whatever your reason to visit Leeds, these rooms will provide you with comfort and value

Reviews for Leeds

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LOVED ROOM WITH KITCHEN CUM LOUNGE FACILITY. also spacious reception area and high standard of cleanliness Perhaps the reception staff need to make one feel more at ease by showing guest to room and where facilities are, rather than just handing them key and pointing to general direction. Rather stiff approach. Other than that, to be highly praised.

(Review Of Storm Jameson Court, Leeds)

Spotlessly clean Everthing you need for a short stay and they now have TVs in rooms ( well maybe we were just lucky)Reception really friendly and we able to get into room early as well as leaving cases at start and end of break. We have stayed befre and have no hesitation in using again.

(Review Of Storm Jameson Court, Leeds)

Bed was like sleeping on a cloud. Shower was perfect temperature and flow of water. I enjoyed the cookies and tea. Wonderful experience! A close walk to my university child who lives in residence. Very secure building!!

(Review Of Storm Jameson Court, Leeds)

The staff at Storm Jameson Court went above and beyond their duty to help us feel comfortable during the stay and one girl even walked us to our meeting point when we were finding it difficult to navigate the campus. Loved every minute of my stay, Thank you

(Review Of Storm Jameson Court, Leeds)

Nice quality digs for price on Saturday night however 10am check out is not good, Ibis let u stay til midday. And couldn't get WiFi to work, given no log in details to access it. Would return as excellent location and room.

(Review Of Storm Jameson Court, Leeds)

problems with the internet not working on the day I arrived. it would have been nice to have been told that the rooms/leeds has limited/no orange phone reception - very hard to work when there is no phone reception and the internet wasn't always available!! otherwise, lovely place to stay and would consider staying again. the staff were all wonderful!

(Review Of Storm Jameson Court, Leeds)

Excellent service, comfortable beds, clean toilets and there is even supply of biscuits, coffee and tea. As good as staying in a hotel. Definitely value for money! :)

(Review Of Storm Jameson Court, Leeds)

Generally very good, only problem was there were no wifi keys available (when we arrived or the next morning) and we needed wifi access during our stay.

(Review Of Storm Jameson Court, Leeds)

A great opportunity to get a real campus experience. It was the first time that guests had been accommodated here and there were a few minor issues (no spoon to make tea with etc!) but on the whole a very positive experience. I would recommend that anyone visiting Leeds Uni stays here.

(Review Of Storm Jameson Court, Leeds)

Leeds Visitor information

Leeds is a city in West Yorkshire and is the cultural, financial and commercial heart of the West Yorkshire Urban Area.

The diverse array of landmarks, which include rural open spaces and impressive buildings, reflects both its industrial past and its many current roles. The multicultural nature of the city is evidenced in the range of religious buildings and cultural festivals present.

The city is a major centre of higher education, being the seat of the internationally acclaimed University of Leeds as well as Leeds Metropolitan University and Leeds Trinity University College. The student population has stimulated growth of the nightlife in the city and there are ample facilities for sporting and cultural activities, including classical and popular music festivals, and a varied collection of museums.

Activities of interest in Leeds

There are many sites of historical value in and around Leeds. 12th century Kirkstall Abbey is one of Britain's best preserved Abbeys and across the road, visit Abbey House Museum where you can experience the sights and sounds of Victorian life. Temple Newsam is a magnificent Tudor-Jacobean country residence set within grand and beautiful parkland with one of the largest working rare breeds farms in Europe.

With nine museums and galleries, ranging from Leeds Art Gallery to Thwaite Mills working watermill museum, there is a wide range of interesting places to visit. Leeds Industrial Museum tells the story of the city's manufacturing past. There are also numerous parks and green spaces.

With a great many shops; including Harvey Nichols, restaurants, bars and clubs, there is much to see and do for any visitor to Leeds.

Getting to Leeds

By Car: Leeds is 196 miles north of London via the M1 and M621 motorways. Approximately 3.5 hours drive.

By Coach: Coaches run regularly from Victoria Coach Station in London with a journey time of approximately 4.5 hours. www.nationalexpress.com.

By Rail: Trains to Leeds depart from London Kings Cross with a journey time of 2 hrs 20 minutes. For further information on travelling by rail in the UK visit www.nationalrail.co.uk.

By Air: Leeds Bradford International Airport is approximately 7 miles away from the city centre, and is well served by taxis. The cost is approximately £15 (22 Euros) from the airport to the city and campus. www.leedsbradfordairport.co.uk.

History of Leeds

Historically a part of the West Riding of Yorkshire, Leeds can trace its recorded history to fifth century when the Kingdom of Elmet was covered by the forest of "Loidis", the origin of the name Leeds. In the 17th and 18th centuries Leeds became a major centre for the production and trading of wool.

Then, during the Industrial Revolution, Leeds developed into a major industrial centre; wool was still the dominant industry but flax, engineering, iron foundries, printing and other industries were important. From being a compact market town in the valley of the River Aire in the 16th century Leeds expanded and absorbed the surrounding villages to become a populous urban centre by the mid-20th century.

Leeds: the university

The University of Leeds is a major teaching and research university in the city of Leeds, West Yorkshire. With over 33,000 full-time students, the university is the second largest single site university in the United Kingdom. Dating back to the establishment of the Leeds School of Medicine in 1831 and consolidated as a university in 1904, it is one of the six original civic 'red brick' universities.

Famous Alumni:

Former Secretary of State, Jack Straw, political cartoonist Steve Bell, Deputy Director General of the BBC Mark Byford, BBC News journalist Nicholas Witchell, television presenter Jenni Falconer and Sky Sports News presenter Georgie Thompson.

Singers Corinne Bailey Rae and Little Boots, musicians Mark Knopfler OBE of the band Dire Straits and Simon Rix, bassist of Leeds based band the Kaiser Chiefs. Film director Shona Auerbach and impersonator Alistair McGowan are also alumni of the university.

Former students in the field of science and technology include NASA astronaut Piers Sellers and Nobel prize winner and President of the Royal Society, George Porter.

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