1 night 4* Stay at the Cedar Court Hotel Harrogate + Breakfast + £25 pp Evening Meal Allowance + Late Checkout £99 @ Travelzoo
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1 night 4* Stay at the Cedar Court Hotel Harrogate + Breakfast + £25 pp Evening Meal Allowance + Late Checkout £99 @ Travelzoo

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Found 17th Jul
Looks really nice and includes breakfast, £25p.p Evening Meal Allowance + Late Checkout. You get a lot for your money - works out at £49.50p.p

  • Overnight accommodation in an Executive Double, with full English breakfast, for two
  • £25 per person to spend on food in the Porterhouse Restaurant
  • Late checkout until 1pm (worth £20)
  • You can book a 2-night stay for £169 -- the second night is on a bed-and-breakfast-only basis
  • It's an extra £10 per night to upgrade to a Superior Double

  • The hotel is across the road from The Stray, a 200-acre stretch of parkland
  • Harrogate town centre is 10 minutes' walk away
  • This Grade II-listed property sits on the site of Harrogate's first hotel

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Overview

Cedar Court Hotel Harrogate is 10 minutes' walk from the centre of Harrogate -- the "quintessential Victorian spa town", according to Lonely Planet.

This Grade II-listed 19th-century building sits on the site of Harrogate's first hotel, the Queen's Head Inn, which was built in the 1680s. The Turkish Baths & Health Spa is 15 minutes' walk away, and the Royal Hall, which hosts antique fairs, classical concerts, live comedy events and more, is just a little further. On the way, you'll pass the famous Bettys tea room.

Ripley and Knaresborough castles are just over 10 minutes away by car, and Harewood House takes around 15 minutes. Mother Shipton's Cave and the Petrifying Well -- one of England's oldest tourist attractions -- is 10 minutes' drive away. You can also trek with llamas at Nidderdale Llamas in the Yorkshire Dales, or visit Brimham Rocks, both about 30 minutes' drive away. Pateley Bridge, a small market town on banks of the River Nidd that's home to England's oldest sweet shop, is 30 minutes' drive.

The hotel brasserie serves British and international cuisine, and has a selection of Yorkshire cheeses. There is an on-site gym, and all guest rooms have free Wi-Fi.


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I don’t know why, but I only ever picture HUKD’ers staying in Travelodges.
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I don’t know why, but I only ever picture HUKD’ers staying in Travelodges.
Splashmo17 m ago

I don’t know why, but I only ever picture HUKD’ers staying in Travelodges.


Or lowering the tone of wherever has a promotion running
ScubaDudes2 m ago

Or lowering the tone of wherever has a promotion running



As they turn up in their string vests, with can of Stella in hand, the receptionist mutters’ “oh great, more hukd’ers. Someone fetch the mop”
Splashmo29 m ago

I don’t know why, but I only ever picture HUKD’ers staying in Travelodges.


Lol stereotype much?
Any idea what dates bring this price?
Just realised there is a calendar on the site with all the dates at £99
kidrock12317th Jul

Lol stereotype much?



Only for mild comic effect
Brilliant deal....Booked
Splashmo14 h, 35 m ago

I don’t know why, but I only ever picture HUKD’ers staying in Travelodges.


I pictured them sleeping in empty TobyDeals and GearBest boxes with a customs sticker on the side that says "Electronic parts: £2.73"
Gorgeous hotel, highly recommended xx
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