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Harewood Area Guide

Harewood is an affluent village near the outskirts of Leeds, well known as the place where hit TV soap Emmerdale is filmed and home to grade I listed Harewood House.

Food & Drink

Muddy Boots Cafe

Great value, proper home-cooked food and cakes served from 8am every day.

The Stables Bar & Restaurant

Offering a warm welcome, guest ales, over 30 Gins, and a range of delicious meals.

Cromwell’s Bar and Kitchen

Relaxed, modern gastro pub.

The Courtyard Cafe

Located in the grounds of Harewood House, they offer breakfast, lunch or tea, The Courtyard Cafe is sure to have something to tempt the taste buds.

Parks and Activities

Harewood House

One of the Treasure Houses of England,visitors can enjoy exhibitions of contemporary art, rare Bird Garden, Farm Experience and over 100 acres of exquisite gardens to explore.

Harewood Park walk

This walk begins in the village of Harewood and follows a course around Harewood Park before joining the Leeds Country Way footpath on a route east to the village of East Keswick. From the village the way heads north to meet the Ebor Way footpath on the bank of the River Wharfe which is followed upstream back to Harewood.

Transport Links

Harewood village is served by a very frequent bus service No. 36 that runs between Leeds and Harrogate with many services continuing to Ripon. 

There are also infrequent services that run from Wetherby to Otley passing through Harewood village. Service 781 operated by Yorkshire Tiger links Leeds and Otley once each day (except Sundays). 

Service 923 operated by The Keighley Bus Company connects Wetherby and Otley via Harewood with three services each way daily except Sunday. 

Homes in Wigton Moor are linked to Leeds by Service 48, operated by First Bus running from Morley via Leeds City Centre.

Nearby Suburbs


Alwoodley is a civil parish and suburb of Leeds in West Yorkshire, England. It is 5 miles north of central Leeds and is one of the most affluent areas of the city. Alwoodley lies in Leeds 17 which was reported to contain the most expensive housing area in Yorkshire and the Humber by The Times. 

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Roundhay is a graceful residential area of Victorian homes bordering the vast, 19th-century Roundhay Park. Families frequent the park’s mature woodland, lakes rich with birdlife, and sports grounds including a 9-hole golf course.

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The suburb of Oakwood in Leeds has an active community, a range of property opportunities, excellent schooling options and has one of the biggest parks in Europe on its doorstep. 

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Situated just south of the outer ring road, Moortown is a part of Leeds associated with large, detached properties, excellent links to surrounding towns and suburbs and its employers in sectors such as law, education and healthcare. 

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An enticing mix of urban amenities, charming countryside and beautiful woodlands awaits in Bramhope. The village is situated just nine miles north of Leeds city centre with the village having the title of the priciest postcode in Leeds. 

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Listed as one of the most desirable postcodes in Yorkshire, Horsforth is a charming suburb located around five miles North West of Leeds City Centre. 

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