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22 Sep-23 Sep
Its a working equestrian facility so i knew it wasn't going to be a 5 star hotel. The location is great, very quiet and rural and the staff are lovely. Rooms are spacious but very tired looking. The beds were comfortable and tea and coffee was available but the mugs were stained and the kettle old ...
17 Sep-18 Sep
Quirky but had all necessary facilities Excellent freshly cooked breakfast at a reasonable price. Location near to town centre was a bonus
Really handy for the town centre which is just a 5 to 10 minute walk away. Very impressed by the friendly welcome given to me when I arrived and the recommendations for things to see. On the minor downside, the Freeview TV reception is very poor and the road outside was busy all night.
Just stayed for 2 nights. Owners very friendly and helpful. Street parking permits a real bonus. Great location. Property is spotlessly clean and modern. Everything you need in your room and a great breakfast. Will definitely return.
This is a wonderful gem of a B and B. Everything was lovely from the moment we were greeted at the door by Carol and Keith who are the most welcoming hosts. Keith took our luggage to our room and Carol provided a welcome pot of tea with her homemade jam and cream scones, which were delicious. Our ...
17 Sep-18 Sep
This is the second time we have stayed. We had to go back as we loved it so much last time. The rooms are stunning and the hospitality from Lisa and the team helps to make our stays really special.
2 Oct-3 Oct
What a beautiful property in a secluded setting, comfortable bed and extremely helpful owners willing to go the extra mile. The breakfast was perfect and the garden was lovely to sit and relax in.
1 Oct-2 Oct
East Wayside B&B is first class, it is in a very rural position in the Dales, the hosts were very friendly, helpful with local knowledge & made us feel very welcome in their beautiful home. The room was very well appointed with as much tea, coffee & fresh milk as you wanted, much better than the ...
17 Sep-18 Sep
Very good position for access to town.Was able to leave the car unused for the whole time of our visit.
17 Sep-18 Sep
Sophie was delightful, liked the working coffee shop/restaurant as part of the business.
Very central location. Breakfast was excellent. Good car parking facilities. Owner and staff very customer focussed
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The old spa resort of Harrogate in North Yorkshire has been a fashionable holiday spot for centuries. The wealthy Victorians came to town for the well-manicured gardens, flower shows and mineral-rich spas. Even the author Agatha Christie came to live in town during the mid 1920s, after the end of a marriage. Today, it remains a favourite with holidaymakers looking to amble around the leafy districts – like the quaint Montpellier Quarter, or the heritage buildings – like the Royal Pump Room. It's packed with upmarket eateries, trendy bars and boutique stores, not to mention a long list of spas fed by local mineral springs. Plus, when you stay at a Harrogate bed and breakfast, you'll be a stone's throw from the Yorkshire Dales National Park and all its possibilities for outdoorsy adventures.
The bed and breakfasts in Harrogate have been around for a long time and have refined the art of homely hospitably. This stylish spa town has some of the most upmarket B&Bs in the country. Some are housed in period properties with luxurious decor and furnishings that wouldn't look out place in the pages of an interior decoration magazine. Others are flashier crash pad-like affairs, housed in apartments overlooking the parks in town. If you'd prefer to stay outside the town, look out for the rural country cottage hideaways, where you can expect exposed beams, working fireplaces and original features, along with a handful of guestrooms offering some fine views over the beautiful green Yorkshire countryside. You'll always benefit from the local owners' insider knowledge. It's not hard to find your perfect match on Expedia and you're guaranteed a memorable stay, whichever bed and breakfast in Harrogate you decide on.
Guestrooms come in all shapes and sizes, but you can expect all the trappings of a hotel, with facilities for making hot drinks, comfortable double beds, and ensuite bathrooms. If you pick right on Expedia, you could have rooms with views over the centre of Harrogate, free parking spots outside and rooms that welcome pets. If you can tear yourself away from the comfortable beds in the morning, your hosts will be serving up a hearty home-cooked breakfast, accompanied by freshly brewed tea and coffee, to set you up for the day. Why not complement the trip with a visit to the ancient cobbled walkways of nearby York?
It might be small, but there's a long list of things to do near your Harrogate bed and breakfast, from ambling around historic museums to lingering over a cocktail in one of the trendy bars. Start the morning with a visit to the beautifully manicured 27-acre RHS Garden Harlow Carr, dotted with colourful exotic plants and old stone bridges that span a winding stream. Back in Harrogate, you can enjoy a slice of authentic Britain by visiting Bettys for afternoon tea, complete with scones and clotted cream. It would be unthinkable to visit Harrogate without slipping into one of the spas. The century-old Harrogate Turkish Baths and Health Spa has a long list of indulgent treatments if you're in need of some pampering. If you've still got time left in the afternoon, you can roam around boutiques and antique shops in the ancient Montpellier Quarter for a little retail therapy and discover the town's history at the Royal Pump Room Museum. Finish off the day at one of the top restaurants, before catching a flick at the Everyman cinema.