Welcome to Headingley Hideaway! Our two lovely country cottage-style self-catering flatlets offer the best of both worlds.

They're tucked away in the leafiest part of Headingley, and yet they're minutes away from the buzz of Leeds city centre.

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City self-catering with a real country feel

Both flatlets have cable TV, wi-fi and plenty of USB sockets

The snug indoors

The Hideaway's lovely barn-conversion flatlets are perfect whether you're visiting Leeds for business or leisure, whether you're coming to see family, or to revisit your old uni haunts. They make an ideal base from which to explore the wider countryside of Yorkshire too.

There are two self-contained studios to choose from, each with their own individual style. Or, depending on your needs, you can rent the whole barn, as both flatlets are in the same building with an adjoining internal staircase.

But let's not keep you hanging around here on the doorstep. Come on in and take a look around...


Upstairs at the Hideaway is a charming little pied-à-terre you can really feel at home in.

Its high apex ceiling and original wooden ceiling beams create an atmos that’s light and airy while still being a super-cosy space for snuggling.

There’s a new shower room with a quality shower (no feeble trickles of water here), and a practical, modern kitchen/dining area with a slimline dishwasher, fridge, oven, microwave, kettle, toaster, induction hob and coffee maker.

There's a built-in wardrobe with an ironing board and iron, and towels and bedlinen are provided.

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The upstairs studio flatlet at Headingley Hideaway, with its stylish sleeping, dining, cooking and lounging areas.The sink area of the upstairs flatlet at Headingley Hideaway. There is an unusual little square window with a deep ledge.The dining/lounge area upstairs at Headingley Hideaway, with its tan sofa, wooden table and chairs and a TV on an antique unit.The shower room upstairs at Headingley Hideaway with wooden ceiling beam, shower cubicle, sink and WC.The lounge area of the upstairs flatlet at Headingley Hideaway with grey carpet, a tan leather two-seater sofa and side table with lamp.The shower room in the upstairs flatlet at Headingley Hideaway, with a black towel radiator and white ceramic sink.The sleeping area of Headingley Hideaway’s upstairs flat, with a wooden double bed and a quirky round feature window above.The kitchen of the upstairs flatlet at Headingley Hideaway with grey gloss units and  Moroccan patterned tiling behind the hob.The wooden dining table and two chairs in the open-plan studio flat upstairs at Headingley Hideaway.The freshly made bed in the upstairs flatlet at Headingley Hideaway, with side tables and wall-mounted reading lamps.The American-style kitchen upstairs at Headingley Hideaway with glossy grey units, hob, worktop and tiled splashback.


With its full-length window looking out onto the courtyard and beautiful mature garden, the downstairs studio flat is a lovely little home from home that sleeps two to three.

The vibe here is 'contemporary cottage' style, with a sleek modern kitchen juxtaposing the more traditional lounge/dining area.

The flatlet is fully equipped with everything you need to make yourself at home, including a washing machine, full-size dishwasher, small freezer, induction hob and an oven with a 'steam' function.

For three, the sofa folds down into a handy bed and the dining table extends for mealtimes. Peek under the bed and you'll find two folding dining chairs.

Lastly, if you like the option of having a bath or a shower, depending on what mood you're in, downstairs is definitely the flat for you.

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View of the downstairs flatlet at Headingley Hideaway from the front door.The American-style kitchen in Headingley Hideaway's downstairs self-catering flatlet.Vintage wooden chapel chairs and dining table in the downstairs flatlet at Headingley Hideaway.The downstairs flat's wooden larder cupboard with crockery at Headingley Hideaway.The freshly made bed in the downstairs flatlet at Headingley Hideaway.The kitchen sink area with its windowThe downstairs flatlet at Headingley Hideaway has a shower over bath and a heated towel rail.The lounge/dining area DownstairsThe downstairs flatlet at Headingley Hideaway with ceiling spotlights and wooden floor.The lounge and sleeping areas of the downstairs studio flat at Headingley Hideaway.A sturdy wooden sliding door leads into the bathroom downstairs at Headingley Hideaway.

What our guests say...

"Lovely location, lovely and cosy flatlet. It was clean, tidy and nicely decorated. Headingley is a really lovely area and Jackie's place is the epitome of tranquillity. Definitely would recommend."

"Jackie looked after us so well and her quiet hide away is very cosy and located in a beautiful, leafy suburban area of Leeds, close to a bus stop and a lovely park. Thank you for a comfortable stay!"

"Didn't want to come home. Loved how private it was and a nice surrounding area. Jackie was very helpful with all our needs. Felt very relaxed and safe. Felt very Emmerdale farmy, lovely place."

"This tranquil haven was such a refuge for us… the setting is calm, a river as the only background noise, the surroundings green, with two of the most perfect willows I have ever seen."

"Jackie was so friendly and accommodating and the flat is really beautiful... I really can’t recommend this place enough to anyone needing to stay close to the city centre."

"We found this a perfect place to stay. Everything we needed, a very comfortable bed, peaceful surroundings, shower that worked well and lovely friendly hosts."

The great outdoors

Did we mention how leafy our locale is? We're actually right on the edge of the beautiful Meanwood Park, separated only by a burbling stream.

A seven-minute walk through the park takes you to the Waitrose and Aldi supermarkets in Meanwood.

But if you're not in the mood for shopping and cooking, just head out to dinner. There are cafés, bars and restaurants aplenty in Headingley and Meanwood, and they're all walkable.

It's 10 minutes on foot for fish and chips from Catch Seafood, beers and wines from Bottle Chop, and an easy stroll to many more foodie finds.

Try The Hungry Bear, Alfred, Salvo's (Gordon Ramsey winners), Giorgio's, Heaney & Mill or Zaap Thai.

You can bob into Bare Coffee for brunch during the day and Headingley's main Arndale shopping parade with its shops and cafés is a 5-minute drive.

And, of course, you can catch a bus to Leeds city centre at the top of the road.

While you're in the neighbourhood, you must pay a visit to the fabulously retro Cottage Road Cinema too!

Meanwood Beck, a haven for all sorts of creatures from kingfishers to crayfish


How much is the rent?

Downstairs is £65 per night and upstairs is £55 per night. We do offer reduced rates if you're staying for more than 7 days.

Rates are based on one or two people sharing a flatlet. If you wish to use the sofabed in the downstairs apartment, there will be a small surcharge of £20 for the extra bedlinen.

How do I book?

To find out if your dates are available and make a booking, just click the button below to go to our online reservations portal.

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Reservations and cancellations info

To secure your reservation, we'll need a non-refundable 25% deposit at the time of booking. You must pay the balance at least 10 days before your arrival date or we will release the hold on our calendar. (NB: If you've already booked with us via airbnb or booking.com, their deposit/payment terms and conditions will apply.)

Cancellation terms for direct bookings via our website: 
Up to 10 days before the arrival date, you will lose your 25% deposit.
10 days or under, no monies already paid can be returned.


Here's the address for your GPS:
Hollin Lane Farm
Hollin Drive
LS16 5NE

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Check-in is from 4pm.

We'll send you more detailed instructions just before your arrival date.

Transport timings

Based on our own experience of travelling at busy times, here's how long it takes to get to us from...

  • Leeds Bradford International airport
    8 miles (30 mins by car)
  • Leeds city railway station
    3.5 miles (20 mins by car)
  • Leeds city bus station
    3.3 miles (20 mins by car)

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