Situated in the historic and vibrant city of Leeds in West Yorkshire, Thorpe Park is a modern business park that is home to a variety of businesses and enterprises, all of which enjoy easy access to the many amenities, facilities, and attractions of Leeds. With excellent transport links, modern facilities, and many places of interest to explore, Leeds has much to offer both residents and businesses in the area as well as visitors. Thorpe Park enjoys a convenient position within the area, and offers many facilities onsite as well as those that can be found in the local area.
Many businesses are situated at Thorpe Park, with a diverse array of companies taking up serviced offices in the area. You will find the very popular Thorpe Park Hotel and Spa onsite if you require accommodation or just some relaxation. Businesses that are located in the park include IBM, Eville & Jones, the National Grid, the LEBC Group, GE Capital Europe, Molson Coors, and Pegasus Planning Group.
Entertainment And Dining Out
When it comes to entertainment, you will find plenty of action in the surrounding area, where you can enjoy everything from pubs that offer a relaxed environment or live entertainment to venues such as the Leeds Grand Theatre, which hosts a variety of exciting performances. Dining options are available onsite as well as in the local area. Within Thorpe Park you will be able to enjoy dining at the Thorpe Park Hotel or you can enjoy Italian cuisine at Brios Italian Restaurant. For a quick lunch or snack, there is also a Greggs bakery onsite serving up delicious sandwiches and pastries.
Leeds itself offers good road links, which means travelling to Thorpe Park by car is simple and convenient Local road networks and links include the A62, A63, A64 and A65 roads as well as the A660. You can also enjoy easy access to the M1 and M62. The area is well served by bus services, so using local transport is another viable option, as is travelling by taxi, with many taxi services freely available. The closes train station to Thorpe Park is the Cross Gates Railway Station, which operates on the York and Selby Line.