How to Get Here
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By Car (approx 11.6 miles/24 minutes):
- Take the A65 to Broadway/Ring Road/A6120 in Horsforth
- Follow the Ring Road to Whitehall Road/A58
- At the roundabout, take the first exit onto Whitehall Road/A58
- Turn left onto Dixon Lane
By Bus (approx 45 minutes):
- Catch the Leeds bound train at Guiseley train station (Platform 2)
- Ride for 17 minutes/non-stop to Leeds Station
- Walk west
- Turn right towards Princes Square
- Turn left towards Princes Square
- Slight right into Princes Square
- Turn left onto Aire Street
- Catch the 245 (stop S12)
- Ride for 9 minutes/9 stops to Whitehall Road Dixon Lane
- Walk east on Whitehall Road/A58 towards Dixon lane
- Turn left onto Dixon Lane
Guiseley is a suburb in north-west Leeds, West Yorkshire. Guiseley is neighboured by Yeadon, Esholt, Hawksworth, Menston and Otley. Approximately 10.5 miles away from Leeds city centre, Guiseley enjoys a county-like atmosphere.
Living in Guiseley
Guiseley has all the local amenities a resident could ask for. Nearby supermarkets include ALDI, M&S, Morrisons and SPAR. In Guiseley there is Guiseley School, Guiseley Primary School, St Oswald's Church of England Primary School, Tranmere Park Primary School, Green Meadows School, Aireborough Grammar School and Queensway Primary School offering choice to residents with children.
Guiseley has excellent proximity to the town centre. The A65 offers a quick route, alternatively; bus route 33 and the northern train line arrives in Leeds City Centre and only takes approximately 15 minutes.
Guiseley postcode: LS20
The History of Guiseley
In Guiseley, there have been finds from the Stone and Bronze Age and even a Roman road nearby. Guiseley Wells was once the setting of a Saxon settlement where there used to be a spring of water. The name Guiseley is also said to be of Saxon origin: 'Gislic' and 'ley' meaning a clearing of woodland.
Up until the 18th century, Guiseley was largely a farming community, afterwards the cottage-based woolen industry arose resulting in industrialisation and the introduction of a railway connection in 1865 and a Town Hall in 1867.
Things to do in Guiseley
There are plenty of things to do in Guiseley that are for the fitness fanatics; the Nuffield Health Guiseley Fitness & Wellbeing Gym, which offers extensive classes, personal training, physiotherapy, nutritional therapy, swimming lessons and other services and facilities. The Guiseley Bowling Club and Guiseley Football Club are near, offering regular match events and even a chance to compete in bowling competitions.
There are plenty of high-street restaurant favourites to choose from in Guiseley, but there are also local cafes and restaurants that are unique to Guiseley including Blinok Pancake House, Re-fuel, Everybody's Victoria Fisheries, Slice of Yorkshire, Coopers and many more!
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