About Accommodation

Harewood is a village on the outskirts of Leeds City Centre. It is centrally located to visit Leeds, Harrogate or Wetherby and only a 22 mile journey to York.

Best known for Harewood House, an 18th Century stately home – surrounded but over 100 acres of amazing grounds and the Himalayan Garden. At its peak between May and July, the garden is full of all sorts of plants, flowers, trees and shrubs. There is also a Stupa, a Buddhist monument used as a place of meditation. Harewood House boasts an art collection to rival the finest in Britain. There is also a Bird Garden, which is well worth a visit. The Bird Garden is home to over 40 species of birds from around the world.

The village has been used as a film location for TV shows and films alike. ‘Emmerdale Farm’ in the 1990s, the ITV series ‘Victoria’ and the ‘Downtown Abbey’ movie. These are just some of the TV shows and Movies filmed there.

Open 7 days a week and there is always plenty going on. Including drive in cinema events, Woodland Walks, Himalayan Birds (Twilight Tour) and many more.

There is plenty of history to explore in the village. Why not visit some of the listed buildings. These include ‘The Grey Stone’ (prehistoric), Harewood Castle (mid 14th Century), All Saints’ Church (built c.1410) and also Harewood House.

The village of Harewood is about 8 miles north of Leeds City Centre. It is accessible by bus or car and has plenty of free parking.

Harewood House