Welcome to our accommodation page.

We have been receiving singers, actors and production staff for over 35 years and are known for being a warm, comfortable place to stay.

The "flat" is actually two adjacent rooms within our house - a spacious bedroom and a main room with integral kitchen - on the first floor, with a small bathroom (with shower) on the second floor for sole use.

The small but well equipped kitchen has a cooker, microwave, coffee makers and water filter as well as the usual crockery and equipment. The sitting area has tv/dvd/freeview, with wifi access.

Bedding is provided but we prefer it if you could bring your own towels.

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We have cats which you need to be able to tolerate, but they are easily kept out of the rooms. Please note that this is a strictly no smoking household and we do not accommodate smokers at all.

The rooms over look the main garden and on the drive side there is plenty of space to park your car and a secure place to keep a bicycle if you wish to bring one.

We are about 4 miles from the centre of Leeds. There is a good bus service into Leeds centre, both to The Headrow, for The Grand Theatre and the Playhouse, and to Boar Lane, for the railway station, and to the bus station and Playhouse, with buses running every 15 minutes during the day and half hourly or hourly in the evening, depending on the service. The journey takes about 25-35 minutes. We are close to the Leeds to Liverpool canal and many guests cycle into the city centre on the tow path. Bramley is also well situated for access to Bradford. Check where we are on google maps.

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Past residents have included:

  • Richard Angas
  • Kim Begley
  • Jonathan Best
  • Garda Cortez
  • Majella Cullagh
  • Rita Cullis
  • Nigel Douglas
  • Victor Romero Evans
  • Amy Freston
  • Jacek Kasprzyk
  • Stephen Leaske
  • Jonathan May
  • Anthony Michaels-Moore
  • Maureen Morelle
  • Alan Oke
  • Genevieve Pearson
  • Anthony Roden
  • Niky Wardley