23 May, 2012

Boutique on a budget in West Yorkshire

Leeds is city full of things to do. It has so many attractions it really does offer something for everyone from great shopping; arts; dining and nightlife. During the industrial revolution, it developed into a major industrial centre, and many of the buildings around the city have been converted. 42 The Calls is a prime example.

Photo courtesy of 42 The Calls
The 4 star boutique hotel is a converted riverside corn mill which makes the most of its original features.  It's brilliantly located just a few minutes walk from the town centre, overlooking the River Aire.

Photo courtesy of 42 The Calls
The rooms feature oak beams; industrial grinders, and exposed brick walls. With cream paintwork and lush bed throws, it all ends up looking very classy. You have a great variety of rooms to choose from, with the more simply study rooms, to the Director's Room and Junior Suite.

Photo courtesy of 42 The Calls
They pride themselves on locally sourced food at 42 The Calls, and breakfast is a real feast - it includes 12 varieties of sausages; homemade waffles, and kippers. You can also get a lighter continental option if that doesn't float your boat!

Photo courtesy of 42 The Calls
Despite the luxurious rooms and fantastic location, you can find rooms here for around £80 per night on a regular basis. So if you're looking to explore the city of Leeds, then I can't think of a better base than this hotel. If you'd like more information, visit the official website here.

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