The Leek hotels listed below are either in
the town or we have given a rough guide as to how far they are
from Leek. We hope you enjoy your stay and find your ideal accommodation.
Leek is a little Staffordshire mill
town, sitting on a broad low hill in a curve of the River Churnet. A market is held weekly on the ancient
cobbles of the large market square, complemented by the thriving
indoor Butter market at the 17th century Butter Cross. The great
silk mills of the last century are still here, now mostly antique
shops, and between the mills you'll find rows of small specialist
architect William Sugden designed the many distinctive buildings
which give Leek its characterful appearance.
The town has modern schools, an excellent shopping centre that
includes a new pedestrianised area and the traditional open market.
Recreational facilities include many parks and open spaces, including
tennis and squash courts, two golf courses, bowling greens, running
track, cricket and football pitches. Leek also has a large indoor
swimming pool. Also see Leek & Leek attractions. If you are
in the right town but cannot find the accommodation you want
on this page, you might consider bed
and breakfast in Leek or self catering
accommodation in Leek