- "Enjoyable stay at Acomb when I was visiting friends in Harrogate, it walking distance to the town and all amenities. I had a great room with a good comfy bed and lovely bathroom with a bath and shower, toiletries and refreshments. Delicious breakfast with a good selection of cereals, fruits and pastries and well as the usual cooked items. I would most definitely return."
- "Just a few minutes walk into the centre, this is a luxurious place to stay, immaculate, modern and extremely good value for money. Our room was a delight, a good complimentary tray, toiletries. Breakfast was excellent with good quality produce. One of the best places we have stayed in, recommended."
- "The atmosphere is very relaxed and the staff are really helpful and friendly. An excellent place for families, children particularly are very well catered for in breakfast and entertainment. The room I had was on the small side but comfortable, well equipped and clean. breakfast was good. I would return on another family visit as all the children in the party loved it."
Occupying a prime spot at the very heart of North Yorkshire, Harrogate bills itself as one of the UK's finest districts for historic, cultural and natural treasures. And little wonder, when the area is simply bursting with important historic houses, ancient castles, inspiring abbeys, quaint villages and uniquely English countryside at its finest.
The city has a deserved reputation as one of the best locations for conferences and exhibitions in the country, and it is this that forms the basis of the region's economy. The Harrogate International Centre is the third largest fully integrated conference and exhibition centre in the UK, and one of the largest in Europe, pumping over £150 million to the local economy annually, and attracts more than 350,000 business visitors every year. Sport is a large part of local life with Harrogate Town AFC its main team, and cricket is also a big summer season crowd pleaser with matches played at the home ground of Harrogate Cricket Club.
A scattering of museums and exhibitions offer insights into the fascinating history of the district and its surrounding areas, which today are among the most beautiful settings in the UK. For those who want a little more activity on their holiday, there's plenty of rugby and cricket on offer, as well as rock climbing, which is particularly popular. The indoor climbing centre at Harrogate Climbing Centre is ideal for beginners, while outdoors head to Almscliffe Crag and Brimham Rocks for more of a challenge!
FAQ's about Harrogate accommodation
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There are several places in Harrogate that accept group bookings, wedding parties & events.
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Our best value B&B deal tonight can be found at Sherwood Hotel - B&B from £27 * with 6 rooms and a guest review score of 9.3. * Subject to availability.
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