Hinsley Hall is a Grade II listed building located in the Headingley Hill Conservation Area. It was built in 1868 and after extensive modernisation and refurbishment it opened as a hotel, conference and pastoral centre in 1999. It is rated 3*** Gold by the AA.
It is named after Arthur Hinsley, a Yorkshireman who became the Cardinal Archbishop of Westminster in the 1930s.
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Today Hinsley Hall is able to offer:
- 47 en-suite and 5 non en-suite bedrooms including 4 with wheelchair access
- Meeting Room for up to 90 people
- 5 further meeting rooms
- 6 syndicate rooms
- Chapel seating 60 people
- Reception and display area
- Lounge bar
- Dining room
- Large free car park
All of this is provided in a unique building set within attractive landscaped grounds that create a peaceful environment for visitors and guests just a couple of miles from the centre of Leeds in the famous suburb of Headingley.
We have good public transport links into the city centre. Here you will find top class shopping and dining in the Trinity Centre, Victoria Quarter and Victoria Gate. The cultural quarter includes the Grand Theatre, Leeds Playhouse and the Leeds Arena. The city’s universities are all within a short distance of Hinsley Hall and can be reached by car or public transport.
Buses and taxis provide a link to Leeds Station and Leeds Bradford Airport is a short drive away. We are within easy reach of Kirkstall Abbey, Harrogate, Harewood House and the Yorkshire Dales. Headingley’s world-famous cricket and rugby stadiums are on the doorstep.
Hinsley Hall offers a comfortable and cost-effective venue suitable for a variety of needs. Its role as a Pastoral Centre for the Diocese of Leeds means it has a special atmosphere of welcome and tranquillity. The chapel in particular offers a space for silence and reflection.
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62 Headingley Lane
0113 261 8000