For guests looking for a contemporary and thriving hotel in Leeds, Weetwood Hall Estate is a number one choice. Part of Weetwood Hall Estate’s unique charm is in its appealing blend of modern and traditional, which stems from a fascinating history.
The oldest part of our stunning Manor House can be found to the rear of the property. Here, stone mullioned windows date back to approximately 1540 when an ancient farm existed on a site known as the ‘Wapentake of Skyrack’. The ‘Wapentake of Skyrack’ was named after a large oak tree that grew in Headingley for centuries.
In 2005, a sculpture was erected in the middle of the turning circle in Weetwood Hall Estate’s car park.