Horsforth is charming suburb in North West Leeds around five miles from the city centre. Named as one of the UK’s most desirable places to live in 2017, the area has plenty to see and do, with a vast array of excellent food and drink for many a foodie.

There’s plenty to do to entertain all ages; get hands on at one of Firefly Pottery’s Clay Workshops, see the animals at None Go By Farm or burn off some energy at Horsforth Hall Park; a large community park complete with scenic walks, a playground, Japanese garden and skate park.

Horsforth Village Museum aims to reflect the heritage of Horsforth through exhibitions portraying all aspects of life in and around Horsforth village. Housed in the former council chambers the museum has an atmosphere and friendliness only to be found in a committed local history museum.

Leeds Trinity University, one of three Leeds’ universities, is based in Horsforth.

Horsforth Town Street has become a popular destination for eating and nightlife with a wealth of excellent bars and restaurants.

Weetwood Hall, Village The Hotel Club Leeds North and Travelodge Leeds Bradford Airport are all within a ten minute drive of Horsforth.

Horsforth is just 6 miles from Leeds city centre

Horsforth has its own train station and is just a short train ride away from Leeds.

Alternatively, the 50, 30 or 33a buses run regularly from Leeds city centre to Horsforth.

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Don’t miss:
Horsforth Food and Drink Festival at Horsforth Hall Park. Enjoy a fantastic selection of hot street food traders, some of the best local producers around & speciality bars to keep the customers fed & watered, team this with live music on stage throughout the weekend, free children’s entertainment, free wine tasting, fun fair and much more to keep everyone entertained.