All roads lead to Leeds

West Yorkshire's Morley sits just five miles south west to the vibrant culture and buzzing nightlife of Leeds. For a classic day out in the big city, start off at the Henry Moore Institute, a gallery dedicated to England's finest modern sculptor. For lunch, why not head to the revamped Corn Exchange for new restaurants in glorious Victorian surroundings. Party animals can head to Call Lane, where locals, students and tourists mix in atmospheric bars and clubs.

Plenty on offer in patriotic Morley

Compact Morley is a quintessential English town. Start your day here at the atmospheric Morley Market, home to fruiterers, butchers, fishmongers and a local cafe, before taking in the Grade-I listed Morley Town Hall, built in imperious neoclassical style and featuring a 160-feet high dome. It's not for nothing Morely has been called 'the most patriotic town in England'. Plan your trip to coincide with St George's Day (April 23) and you'll be treated to one of the largest parades in the country.

Hop on a bus to Bradford

Morley is just a 25-minute drive from buzzing Bradford, which sits 9 miles to the north east. Famous for its listed Victorian architecture, any visitor should take a stroll around the city centre, taking in the opulent City Hall. Afterwards, discover why Bradford became the very first UNESCO City of Film with a visit to the excellent National Science and Media Museum. Looking for cheap accomodation in Morley? Travelodge Leeds Morley Hotel is close by, with excellent road links to the M62. For easy access to city centre sights and shopping, go for Travelodge Leeds Central Hotel.