Welcome to Rohan Leeds from Manager Rob, Deputy Katie, Tom, Jo, Sophie, Megan, Storm, Kingston and Ailie.
Shop Address: 20 King Edward Street, Leeds, LS1 6AX
Shop Phone Number: 0113 2454228
Shop Opening Times:
Rohan Leeds opened in 1992. King Edward Street is a mixture of grade 2 listed buildings in the Victorian style.
Directions to store – Located in the City Centre our store is located 10 min walk from both the bus and railway station. We are located in the centre of the city, just off the main shopping street Briggate, on King Edward Street which runs parallel with the Victoria Quarter.
There are a number of central car parks, the nearest is Market Street car park, which is a pay and display car park. For the times when you don’t have change in your pocket there is the NCP car park which is just off New York Street and Q-Park The Light.
Excellent regular bus service is available from all over the city all leading to Leeds city centre.
Staff Recommendations –There are many different food cuisines to choose from in Leeds from a healthy deli snack from Out Of This World on New Market Street, or Millies on Vicar Lane great shops for people interested in healthy living…..and our two favourite places to have lunch. Fatso on Kirkgate do a good choice of fresh/healthy takeaway food, the soup is great.Pasta Romagna on Albion Place, a Italian restaurant which do a really nice coffee. Whitelock’s which is the oldest and most established real ale house in Leeds serving up home-cooked food and a great selection of real ales. Fancy a noodle? Fuji Hiro on Wade Lane, should be top of your list for an authentic evening meal, solid reputation for good quality, fairly priced Japanese noodle dishes, I’m pleased to report it has lived up to its expectations.
Local Knowledge – The city holds a number of local and national museums and galleries. Leeds is the home the Royal Armouries and Henry Moore Institute . Both attractions are free to enter and are open all year round. The new Trinity shopping centre opened in March 2013.
The Corn Exchange a grade one listed structure, designed by Cuthbert Brodrick completed in 1864, who also designed the Leeds Town Hall, now the corn exchange is home for boutique shops and fantastic fairs Leeds Kirkgate Market on George Street.
Walking and Cycling – Popular walking routes include Otley Chevin, Almscliffe Crags, Eccup reservoir andHarewood Estate. The Trans Pennine Trail (TPT) is an exciting route for walkers, cyclists and horse riders which pass through our city on the north-south route. The central section starts by the Royal Armouries Museum in the centre of Leeds and travels alongside the Aire & Calder Navigation passing Thwaite Mills Watermill. It is mapped and signed all the way, mainly traffic free and is level enough for families using pushchairs or wheelchairs. The Aire Valley Towpath Route runs for 22km from Leeds to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Saltaire. Starting from Granary Wharf the towpath follows a peaceful route through Leeds, passing Leeds Industrial Museum at Armley Mills, Kirkstall Abbey and Bramley Falls. The White Rose Way is a 100 mile walking trail from Leeds to Scarborough starting in Leeds City Square. Pick up a copy of the trail at Leeds Visitor Centre.
Golf- There are four municipal golf courses around the city, based at Roundhay Park, Gotts Park, Temple Newsam and Middleton Park, and also Moortown Golf Club, one of the country’s finest Championship Golf courses where The Ryder Cup was staged in 1929.