Things to see and do - Harrogate
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The thermal establishment's Royal Pump Room (1842) and Royal Baths Assembly Room (1897) were the hub of this spa town in its late-19C heyday, when some 60 000 people took the waters every year. There are 36 (mostly sulphurous) springs within an area of about half a hectare.
Tourist attractions Harrogate : Things to see and do
Crag Lane GB - Harrogate HG3 1QB
The experimental gardens for the Northern Horticultural Society cover 28 ha on open land. A museum contains old gardening tools. The bulb plants garden, rose garden, perennial herbaceous plants, heather (in flower all year round) and winter garden co..
26-30 Cheltenham Parade, GB - Harrogate HG1 1DB
Prix Prices from : 70 £
Located in Harrogate’s charming town centre, this ivy-covered Victorian hotel has live jazz evenings 6 days a week. Seasonal dishes served in the stylish, chequered-floored restaurant. Just a 5-minute walk from the Exhibition Centre, Spa Baths & Roya..
Queen Building, Park Parade GB - Harrogate HG1 5AH
A 10-minute walk from Harrogate Railway Station and town centre, the 4-star Cedar Court Hotel offers spacious rooms and has a bar, restaurant and gym. Free parking and free Wi-Fi are available. The elegant rooms at the Best Western Cedar Court Hotel..
Cold Bath Road GB - Harrogate HG2 0NF
In Harrogate’s elegant Montpellier Quarter, this historic 4-star hotel is just a few minutes' walk from the International Centre exhibition venue. It has an award-winning restaurant and free Wi-Fi. Many rooms overlook the Stray parkland and all have..
GB - Ripley HG3 3AY
No. 8 Montpellier St GB - Harrogate HG1 2TQ
Smart shop conversion in a fashionable part of town, with two tables in the windows and the rest upstairs. Modern artwork hangs on cream walls. Well-executed dishes are elaborate and highly original; service is smooth and attentive.
3 Royal Par GB - Harrogate HG1 2SZ
Fresh, modern brasserie; popular with all. Keenly priced, seasonal menu with international influences. Some smaller plates at lunch and a choice of dish size on the à la carte suits local workers.
GB - Ramsgill-in-Nidderdale HG3 5RL
Charming, part-17C former shooting lodge overlooking the village green and run in a friendly, professional manner. Traditional, antique-furnished restaurant with a beamed ceiling and open fires. Measured and accomplished classical cooking demonstrate..
Prospect Pl GB - Harrogate HG1 1LB
Main St GB - Brearton HG3 3BX
Quirky, shabby-chic pub run by the Bleikers, who also own the famous smokehouse. Classical dishes with continental flavours; lots of smoked seasonal produce. Tapas-style small plates at lunch.