At Leeds Car Rentals, we offer a huge selection of rental cars and vehicles for hire such as small and economical hatchbacks, executive saloons, MPV’s ad commercial vehicles. We provide car hire for any duration that you require whether it be daily, weekly, for the weekend or a longer period, we can help.
We are well known in the Leeds and local surrounding areas for delivering a top notch service with a professional and friendly experience to all of our customers. We have been serving people with car hire services for many years and our streamlined operation will always ensure that we have a solution to any of your requirements.
Our customers always come first so we continually strive to go that extra mile for you and give you a hassle-free way of booking and arranging your vehicle. At LeedsCarRentals.co.uk we provide a free delivery and collection service with all of our vehicle rentals for maximum convenience.
All of our vehicles are kept immaculate and are cared for with very high standards of cleanliness. Additionally we run regular checks on the performance and safety of each vehicle to ensure that it is perfect mechanically. This helps ensure your peace of mind that each car is suitable for long term usage and that the vehicle works exactly as it should.
Though we are based in and have desks in different locations of Leeds (and Leeds International Airport), we are also supplies of car rentals to the whole Yorkshire region. Many of our customers come from surrounding areas such as Huddersfield, Harrogate, Wakefield, Bradford and even further afield. This is testament to the service that we offer and the continuously competitive prices for our hire cars.
As our way of trying to help local businesses and improve the local economy, we aim to offer the lowest possible prices to all customers and business. As the leading supplier of vehicle rental in Yorkshire, we are able to set up tailor made agreements for regular or business customers with dedicated usage perks. This ensures an even better value with your car hire.
Of course we wouldn’t be the number one choice for car hire in Leeds if we didn’t offer a superior service and aftercare for all of our customers. You can expect all of that and more from LeedsCarRentals.co.uk and more!
Please feel free to place your order on our website for your rental vehicle, or alternatively if you have any enquiries first, please contact us on the telephone number above. We will be happy to help you and look forward to your call.
Leeds City Art Gallery
Here you are spoilt with a great display of paintings, sculptures, watercolours and prints from respected artists such as Paula Rego, Bill Woodrow, Stephen Willats, Mark Wallinger, Bridget Riley and Alison Widing to name a few. Additionally there are some impressive late Victorian canvasses to admire that form part of the permanent collection.
The Henry Moore Institute
At the Henry Moore Institute prepare to be dazzled by an extensive and varied collection of sculptures. This is located next to the Leeds City Art Gallery.
Leeds Millennium Square
Built to celebrate and commemorate the millennium and opened by Nelson Mandela, the Millennium Square in Leeds is at the centre of some of Leeds’ most famous and important buildings such as the Civic Theatre and the Town and Civic halls. It is a favourite meeting place among locals and tourists alike who enjoy the local festivities and dining during the warm summer months. In winter the square is also a popular destination thanks to the outdoor skating rink. Here you can also acquire tickets for events at the Leeds Carriage Works which is situated south of the square next door to the cafes.
The Temple Works
The Leeds Temple Works is an industrial Grade I listed building situated a short distance from Leeds city centre with architecture inspired by ancient Egyptian temples. Believe it or not but the roof was once covered in grass for sheep to graze on!
Leeds Tower Works
The factory design of the Tower Works was from the work of Colonel Thomas Harding. The Italianate towers were the result of Harding’s appreciation of Italian architecture at the time and today the site is a Grade II listed building consisting of three towers. The tallest tower is based on the ‘Giotto Campanile’ tower in Florence while the next tower’s influence is based on a design from a Tuscan tower house. Lastly the smallest takes its cue from the ‘Lamberti Tower’ in Verona. This is a popular and well known building within Leeds and it can be seen from many different parts of the city including from Water Lane, Holbeck and on many train journeys in the area.
West Yorkshire Play House
Opened in 1990, the West Yorkshire Playhouse displays not only popular theatre from contemporary plays through to Renaissance but also offers a hugely varied range of theatre from many cultures around the world.
Leeds Museum is a natural history and geology resource with a large collection of exhibits such as Egyptian artefacts and much more.
The Victoria Quarter
A shoppers paradise, the Victoria Quarter was designed by architect Frank Matcham circa 1900 and renovated in 1989. Today you can find top brands for sale there from the likes of Hugo Boss, Paul Smith, Prada, and Vivienne Westwood.
The Bear Pit
Situated in Cardigan Road in Leeds, the Bear Pit was once used for brown bear fighting. Originally it was opened in 1840 as part of Leeds Zoological and Botanical gardens. It was later renamed Leeds Royal Gardens in 1848.
The Original Oak & SkyRack Pubs
Both in Headingly, it is thought that both the Original Oak and the SkyRack pubs were named after an ancient oak tree that was situated over from St. Michael’s church until 1941. Today these pubs offer a relaxing place for food and drink and are local favourites.