Temple Newsam House
Often described at the ‘Hampton Court’ of the north, this romantically situated Tudor-Jacobean house offers visitors a fantastic day out. The property was mentioned in the Doomsday Book and has passed through many notable Royal hands up until the present day including the ill-fated Lord Darnley, husband of Mary Queen of Scots.
Today it is owned by Leeds City Council and the house and woodland estates are open to the public. The house itself is a museum and art gallery holding many treasures of national importance. After a day spent discovering the charms of Temple Newsam House return to your accommodation in Leeds city centre. The Radisson Blu Hotel, Leeds is a well-appointed central hotel with 147 rooms and suites to choose from.
Events at Templestowe
Traditionally Temple Newsam House was also known as Templestowe. Enjoy history being brought to life at the Temple Newsam home farm where the largest number of working rare cattle breeds in Europe can be found. There are also events held throughout the year for music loves including free concerts, Party in the Park and Opera in the Park. When the weather is good an amphitheatre is available for open-air theatre performances.
Stay at the Radisson Blu Hotel, Leeds for Temple Newsam House
Visitors of Temple Newsam House can find many high quality hotels in Leeds. The Radisson Blu Hotel, Leeds provides a relaxing base from which to start and end a day’s adventures. The Lounge restaurant and bar offers diners the option of an incomparable formal dinner or a relaxed supper beside an open fire.