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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A warm welcome awaits you at Hinsley Hall. Attractive landscaped grounds create a peaceful setting for our well-appointed facilities.
Our newly refurbished bedrooms provide guests with pleasant accommodation and free Wi-Fi access. We have a range of single, twin and double rooms, two suites and there is also a family room for 3 guests. Some of our bedrooms and all other parts of the building are accessible for guests and visitors with disabilities.
The dining room seats up to 70 people and a smaller room for 20 is available for private dining. Working & Sandwich Lunches can be provided as well, and we cater for all dietary requirements.
Hinsley Hall offers:
- 47 en-suite and 5 non en-suite bedrooms including 6 with wheelchair access
- Rates that include full buffet style breakfast
- Colour TVs in all rooms
- Bathroom toiletries
- Free Wi-Fi connectivity
- Free hot Beverages & Biscuits in our comfy lounge or Kitchenettes
- A well-stocked Bar open in the evenings
- A large free car park
Our experienced and friendly Management, Reception and Catering teams will ensure a successful, relaxed and pleasant stay at Hinsley Hall.
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For more information, e-mail email@example.comfirstname.lastname@example.org or call 0113 261 8000
62 Headingley Lane
0113 261 8000