Your sanctuary in the... heart of Leeds

Lambert’s House Apartments are set in a secluded, landscaped courtyard, just off Lower Briggate, at the heart of the exciting city of Leeds, so you can indulge in everything this city that never sleeps has to offer, one moment, and be far from the madding crowd, the next. Whether your passion is art, history, cinema, theatre, sport, leisure, retail therapy or fine dining, Leeds spoils you for choice.

Home to one of Europe’s largest regeneration projects and with unrivalled nightlife and shopping, Leeds is considered the most dynamic local economy in the Northern Powerhouse. The city is at one of the most exciting points in its history and our unique development at Lambert’s House is your chance to be a part of it.

Welcome to the capital of the North

Not for nothing did Leeds city centre become a new entry in 2019’s Sunday Times Best Places to Live guide. The arrival of television’s Channel 4 that year (to become new neighbours to Yorkshire Television) and the predicted boom in the creative industries was only one of the reasons the Sunday Times chose Leeds city centre. But their summary of its appeal also highlights that it has become a shopping, cultural and gastronomic destination, too. 

As the UK’s fourth largest city, Leeds is considered the nation’s most successful retailing, business, financial and legal hub outside of London. With more than two million residents in greater Leeds and over 119,000 companies generating 5% of England’s total economic output, this city is one of Europe’s fastest growing places.

Leeds city centre has been named one of the UK's best places to live by The Sunday Times.

The fourth largest urban and metropolitan area in the UK

A truly wonderful city

What’s truly wonderful about Leeds though is that arts and culture, as well as entertainment, sport and leisure, all feature up front and centre, in the city’s life. 

Where else could you enjoy attractions like:

  1. First class football, rugby union, rugby league and cricket
  2. Museums such as the Royal Armouries, the UK’s national collection of weaponry and armour
  3. Europe’s largest indoor market, Kirkgate, with 800 stalls
  4. The UK’s oldest West Indian Carnival alongside Leeds International Film Festival, Leeds Digital Festival, Light Night and many more such events
  5. A virtually unrivalled selection of restaurants covering every international cuisine, from good burger joints to Michelin star dining
  6. A well-deserved reputation as the real ale and craft beer capital of the UK
  7. Enough coffee shops, cafes, bars, bistros, pubs, clubs and venues to ensure you’ll never get bored

And when you’re ready to relax

However, if you prefer to spend your leisure time in a more leisurely fashion and love country and outdoor pursuits like hiking, cycling or horse riding, Leeds is perfectly located.

It has three national parks close by, including the Peak District, the Yorkshire Dales and the North York Moors. It’s also close to four areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, which range from the Forest of Bowland and Nidderdale to the Howardian Hills and the Lincolnshire Wolds. A little further afield, you’ll find the South Pennines and the gorgeous Yorkshire coastline.

Close to 3 National Parks

Leeds to London

Trains per day: Around 48
Fastest route: 1h 59m
Distance: 169 miles (272 km)

Making all the right connections

Leeds also has excellent road links to the rest of the country. The city is well served by major carriageways such as the A1, A61, A64, A1(M) and the M1 motorway.

If you prefer to let the train take the strain, Leeds railway station is a 5 minute walk from Lambert’s House Apartments, on New Station Street, and is the biggest in England outside of London and one of the nation’s busiest, with over a thousand trains serving more than 100,000 passengers, every day. It provides direct connections to major conurbations such as Birmingham, Bristol, Exeter, Newcastle, Edinburgh and London St Pancras. Cities to the west, like Manchester and Liverpool, are also easily accessible.

Should you have to travel further afield for business or pleasure, Leeds Bradford Airport is located seven miles to the north-west of the city and provides domestic and international flights to popular destinations around Europe.

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