Focus On: Pudsey

Focus On: Pudsey

Are you looking for a suburb that offers everything you need, but is an easy journey to the city centre of Leeds? Then the suburb of Pudsey is the perfect place for you.

The properties

If you’re looking to move in with a partner or friend, this two bedroom apartment at Sommerville Mews is Pudsey is the ideal choice. The property has two double bedrooms, perfect if you want a room each, or can be used for storage or a dressing room! The one bedroom apartment would be suitable for either a single person or couple, with a fitted wardrobe in the double bedroom.

Sommerville Mews External (1)

 

Both apartments have a spacious open-plan living area, with a fully equipped kitchen boasting an oven/hob, fridge/freezer and washer/dryer. The bedrooms are all fitted with carpet, and the modern tiled bathrooms feature a white three-piece suite including shower over bath. The building benefits from video door entry system, and each apartment enjoys one allocated parking space within the communal grounds.

 

1 Sommerville Mews - Kitchen 2

 

The location

The Sommerville Mews apartment building is ideally located in the friendly suburb of Pudsey, just minutes from the Owlcotes shopping centre and New Pudsey train station. The centres of Pudsey, Farsley and Stanningley are all within walking distance, providing a range of local amenities. Pudsey is located in between the cities of Leeds and Bradford, just a 20 minute drive from both, making it the perfect location for commuters working in the city centres.

Pudsey Park

Highlights
  • New Pudsey train station
  • Owlcotes Shopping Centre with M&S and Asda Superstore
  • GO Outdoors
  • Odeon Cinema
  • Westroyd Park, Stanningley Park, Queens Park and Pudsey Park
  • Pudsey Leisure Centre
  • Woodhall Hills & Golf Club
  • Sunny Bank Mills Gallery
  • Gray’s Salon
  • Restaurants: Viet Thai, East, Olive & Feta, Gigi’s Italian, 7 Steps, Piccolo’s Pizza, The Wetherby Whaler, Deeva,
  • Pubs/bars: The Manor Inn, 147 Sports Bar, The Royal, Bankhouse Inn, The Fleece, Fox & Grapes, Bay Horse

 

Pudsey Bankhouse Inn

 

Upcoming events

 

Leeds Waterfront Festival

Where to get the best vegetarian food in Leeds

Where to get the best vegetarian food in Leeds

Eating out as a vegetarian can be a bit tricky sometimes. But in the city of Leeds, you’ll be pretty well covered with a variety of different cuisines! In celebration of National Vegetarian Week, we’ve put together of where you can get the best vegetarian food in Leeds.

Roots and Fruits (Grand Arcade) – one of the most long running and well known vegetarian and vegan cafes in Leeds, serving a delicious array of breakfasts, salads, sandwiches and burgers, as well as tempting desserts.

Leeds Roots and Fruits

 

Hyde Park Book Club (Headingley Lane) – an intimate setting, often playing host to unique events, with a fully vegetarian menu, famed for using the Vegetarian Butcher in many of their dishes.

Leeds Hyde Park.jpg

 

Bundobust (Mill Hill) – a local favourite known for their vegetarian Indian street food and craft beers, Bundobust have quickly risen to be one of the top vegetarian choices in Leeds.

Leeds Bundobust

 

Global Tribe Cafe (Swan Street) – tucked away down Swan Street and above their crystal and gift shop, the cafe has an excellent vegetarian and vegan menu, with their homemade soups being a popular choice.

Leeds Global Tribe Cafe

 

Black Swan (Call Lane) – whilst they don’t serve a fully vegetarian menu, Black Swan have have introduced ‘Meat Free Mondays’ where they serve a different, 100% vegetarian 4-course tasting menu every week for just £18.95.

Leeds Black Swan

 

The Grub & Grog (Sheaf Street) – a vegetarian and vegan friendly cafe serving breakfast and lunch using ethically sourced and organic ingredients to create a wonderful menu that caters for everyone.

Leeds Grub ad Grog

 

Hansa’s (North Street) – offering award-winning vegetarian Indian cuisine that is often cited as one of the best vegetarian restaurants in Leeds, with the owner Hansa having her own cookery school and cookbook.

Leeds Hansas

 

Nichols Vegetarian Delicatessen (Harrogate Road) – venture out of the city centre up to Chapel Allerton where this small cosy cafe serves a range of sandwiches, salads and light lunches, all vegetarian of course.

Leeds Nichols Deli

 

Anand Sweets (Harehills Road) – another out of town restaurant but not one to be overlooked, they have a huge range of traditional Indian sweets, as well as curries, chaats and savoury snacks.

Leeds Anand Sweets

 

Humpit (Corn Exchange) – a vegetarian classic, head to Humpit for authentic and great tasting vegan food, focusing (obviously) on hummus and pita, and serving delicious freshly made juices.

Leeds Humpit

 

Filmore & Union (Harrogate Road) situated up in Moortown, this intimate cafe and deli is vegetarian and vegan friendly, with a focus on healthy and nutritious food, without compromising on flavour. They’re dog friendly too!

Leeds Filmore and Union

 

Inkwell Cafe (Potternewton Lane) – a creative art space for positive mental health in Chapel Allerton, Inkwell also have a vegetarian cafe on Saturdays, offering a menu filled with fresh, ethical and homemade breakfast and lunches.

Leeds Inkwell cafe

 

Cantina @ The Old Red Bus Station (Vicar Lane) – whilst they opened up over a year ago, the unique bar/arts and event space have just opened a 100% vegan canteen with an impressively varied menu.

Leeds ORBS

 

P.S. If you want to be within easy reach of all these amazing cafes and restaurants, check out these properties we currently have to rent in Leeds!