Harrogate 2 Night Stay Including 1st Night Dinner - £59.50pp @ Superbreak
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Harrogate 2 Night Stay Including 1st Night Dinner - £59.50pp @ Superbreak

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Found 18th Dec 2015
A 2-night break at The Yorkshire Hotel in the centre of Harrogate, with dinner on the first night & daily breakfast
Select dates until Apr, 2016.

The Yorkshire Hotel is perfectly situated in the heart of the beautiful spa town of Harrogate, with everything you need being within walking distance, including Bettys Cafe Tea Rooms which is opposite the hotel. Harrogate train station is an easy three minute walk away and Leeds Bradford Airport is a 20 minute drive away.
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Could somebody please explain their reason for voting cold? would like to know as it seems like a good deal and was thinking of booking for myself
TheMilkyJoe

Could somebody please explain their reason for voting cold? would like to … Could somebody please explain their reason for voting cold? would like to know as it seems like a good deal and was thinking of booking for myself


No idea either, for once this hotel is actually where Superbreaks claim.

Heat from me
brookysm

No idea either, for once this hotel is actually where Superbreaks … No idea either, for once this hotel is actually where Superbreaks claim.Heat from me



Never been to Harrogate before, do you know if the location is within walking distance of main attractions?
Though have to say the LBA is just 20 mins away should be taken with a seriously large pinch of salt! Can take a bloody hour to get from 1 side of Harrogate to another at peak times. I know most of the rat runs around the place n will still avoided going anywhere near the centre unless I have to.
brookysm

Though have to say the LBA is just 20 mins away should be taken with a … Though have to say the LBA is just 20 mins away should be taken with a seriously large pinch of salt! Can take a bloody hour to get from 1 side of Harrogate to another at peak times. I know most of the rat runs around the place n will still avoided going anywhere near the centre unless I have to.



Why is that? I thought the centre would be ideal location?
TheMilkyJoe

Never been to Harrogate before, do you know if the location is within … Never been to Harrogate before, do you know if the location is within walking distance of main attractions?


It is. Harrogate isn't that big but the road network around it is absolutely shot as it hadn't changed in over 30 years. Train Station to hotel is about 10 mins walk top side tho I'd say. The hotel is no Majestic but it isn't bad either. Good night out to be had tho so book it and enjoy, just try not to drive...
TheMilkyJoe

Why is that? I thought the centre would be ideal location?


See lower post, hotels an ideal location in Harrogate, shame Harrogate isn't in a ideal location regarding the local road network.
brookysm

It is. Harrogate isn't that big but the road network around it is … It is. Harrogate isn't that big but the road network around it is absolutely shot as it hadn't changed in over 30 years. Train Station to hotel is about 10 mins walk top side tho I'd say. The hotel is no Majestic but it isn't bad either. Good night out to be had tho so book it and enjoy, just try not to drive...




Okay thanks for the advice, im a very unconfident driver even at the best of times so i'll get looking at train tickets
TheMilkyJoe

Okay thanks for the advice, im a very unconfident driver even at the best … Okay thanks for the advice, im a very unconfident driver even at the best of times so i'll get looking at train tickets


No worries. Recommend spending a day in Leeds, 20 mins tops via train as Harrogate can easily be done in a day n Knaresbrough really isn't worth bothering with and Ripon similar. North York's moors are spectacular but if you're not a confident driver then I really would recommend as roads can get very narrow and hills extremely steep.

Leeds is fantastic for bars, restaurants and shopping, its probably the biggest city that's the easiest to get to everywhere you'd want to you could go to, just watch the train times back because the rail network hasn't even caught up with the road building around here.... Ha!
Isn't it 59.50?
Harrogate is fine for driving.... Can be busy at rush hour, but all large town/cities are.

Hotel is in a great location.
I don't know the hotel but the location is perfect for walking into town. We've been to Harrogate a couple of times and it's a lovely town. A good range of shops, parks, restaurants and bars.
My particular favourite is the live music at the Blues Cafe Bar which is just down the hill next to Bettys!
harrogate is lovely, plenty of clubs, pubs, tea rooms and antique shops. well known for the baths and a quaint town
TheMilkyJoe

Never been to Harrogate before, do you know if the location is within … Never been to Harrogate before, do you know if the location is within walking distance of main attractions?


The hotel is in the centre of the town, walking distance from nearly everything.
We stayed at this hotel last year! The lobby bar breakfast room etc all loom lovely the rooms are a bit dated but we had a lovely stay was clean, breakfast was nice, the Christmas market was outside the front door and you can walk anywhere in Harrogate centre in 5 mins! Hotel was 5 mins from train. 5 mins from wetherspoons in diff direction and surrounded by bars, eateries and the shops. The shops weren't amazing but we filled a day quite happily! Was a lovely sit down Indian styke buffet restaurant there too. There were parking places outside the hotel but we got the train which was much easier
TheMilkyJoe

Never been to Harrogate before, do you know if the location is within … Never been to Harrogate before, do you know if the location is within walking distance of main attractions?



​yes
Hi I live near Harrogate. You can have a great time in Harrogate no need to go to Leeds. Get another deal if you want to go to Leeds. Harrogate has some very good restaurants and bars besides the famous Betty's. The Hotel is right in the centre. There is a small parking area in front of the hotel so if you phone them in advance you could find out if they have space. The train station is an easy walk away. Harrogate is a Spa town so don't forget to visit the Turkish Baths for a pamper, it is famous for award winning gardens, including RHS Harlow Car. See what's on at the theatre, or the Royal Hall, check if there's anything interesting on at the exhibition centre, If you have your car with you you are about 30 mins away from Fountain's Abbey which is a World Heritage Site.. If the sun is shining it is worth a trip to Knaresborough walk along the river side and watch the world go by in a riverside cafe. If all else fails you are about 30 mins drive from York. (use park and ride) The traffic can be bad but you won't be stuck in traffic for hours because Harrogate just isn't big enough for that. This looks like a good deal. I have never stayed in the hotel but I did have afternoon tea there once years ago and it seemed nice. I did once win a stay in the hotel du Vin next door and really enjoyed that.
Any restrictions with regards to weekends? I can't see any in the text.
TheMilkyJoe

Never been to Harrogate before, do you know if the location is within … Never been to Harrogate before, do you know if the location is within walking distance of main attractions?



​Yes, it's a prime location. I lived in Harrogate for ten years.
Can I ask, do you pay for it now or when you get there?
v8griff

Any restrictions with regards to weekends? I can't see any in the text.



I don't believe so, booking for a weekend is the same price and it doesn't state and restrictions
kayleighhall1

Can I ask, do you pay for it now or when you get there?



Before
TheMilkyJoe

Never been to Harrogate before, do you know if the location is within … Never been to Harrogate before, do you know if the location is within walking distance of main attractions?



I live in Harrogate, yes, it's as central as it gets.
TheMilkyJoe

Never been to Harrogate before, do you know if the location is within … Never been to Harrogate before, do you know if the location is within walking distance of main attractions?

Google it and let us know.
I'm getting confused booking it looks like 2 X 59.50 to be as rooms are priced per person? Maybe I'm doing it wrong though x
how do you change/select a different date (or can't you)?
InTheKnow444

how do you change/select a different date (or can't you)?



You can, I had this problem too - think I linked the date i'd already planned and for some reason it can't be changed.

Try this link: superbreak.com/hot…ium
Cati

I live in Harrogate, yes, it's as central as it gets.



Hi, can you settle an argument for me? A colleague and I have had a long-standing disagreement about the pronunciation of 'Harrogate'. I have always maintained that it is pronounced 'Harrogut' (and I've lived in Yorkshire pretty much my entire life). My colleague - who lived there for a while - says she and all her friends who still live there - pronounce it as 'HarroGATE' (which naturally prompts some good-natured ribbing from me over what seems to be some sort of trumped-up verbal affectation to underline the 'poshness' of the place. But who is right?

Any comments from locals shedding light on this gratefully received.
Bargain. Absolute steal for this price.
Keefy68

Hi, can you settle an argument for me? A colleague and I have had a … Hi, can you settle an argument for me? A colleague and I have had a long-standing disagreement about the pronunciation of 'Harrogate'. I have always maintained that it is pronounced 'Harrogut' (and I've lived in Yorkshire pretty much my entire life). My colleague - who lived there for a while - says she and all her friends who still live there - pronounce it as 'HarroGATE' (which naturally prompts some good-natured ribbing from me over what seems to be some sort of trumped-up verbal affectation to underline the 'poshness' of the place. But who is right?Any comments from locals shedding light on this gratefully received.



Your colleague is correct...the Yorkshire accent in Harrogate is very "soft" but some residents from other parts of Yorkshire may well use the "gut"....happiest Town in the UK according to a Rightmove survey.
Keefy68

Hi, can you settle an argument for me? A colleague and I have had a … Hi, can you settle an argument for me? A colleague and I have had a long-standing disagreement about the pronunciation of 'Harrogate'. I have always maintained that it is pronounced 'Harrogut' (and I've lived in Yorkshire pretty much my entire life). My colleague - who lived there for a while - says she and all her friends who still live there - pronounce it as 'HarroGATE' (which naturally prompts some good-natured ribbing from me over what seems to be some sort of trumped-up verbal affectation to underline the 'poshness' of the place. But who is right?Any comments from locals shedding light on this gratefully received.



If tha's from Yoksha tha sez HarroGUT! Same as Scarbra is, folk don't say Scarborrow
yorxman

If tha's from Yoksha tha sez HarroGUT! Same as Scarbra is, folk don't say … If tha's from Yoksha tha sez HarroGUT! Same as Scarbra is, folk don't say Scarborrow



That's what I thought too: but I'm told that some locals DO call it HarroGATE (not according to currychops though).

Any other HUKD people living in Harrogate care to comment?
Keefy68

That's what I thought too: but I'm told that some locals DO call it … That's what I thought too: but I'm told that some locals DO call it HarroGATE (not according to currychops though). Any other HUKD people living in Harrogate care to comment?


The only ones who call it HarroGATE are those who think a few bob raises themselves above everyone else.

It's 'arrygut' for the rest of us.
currychops

Your colleague is correct...the Yorkshire accent in Harrogate is very … Your colleague is correct...the Yorkshire accent in Harrogate is very "soft" but some residents from other parts of Yorkshire may well use the "gut"....happiest Town in the UK according to a Rightmove survey.


Skipton is according to another, Ripponden was regarded as the best village too.

There's something good about us Yorkshire folk.
brookysm

The only ones who call it HarroGATE are those who think a few bob raises … The only ones who call it HarroGATE are those who think a few bob raises themselves above everyone else.It's 'arrygut' for the rest of us.



Are you saying you've actually HEARD Harrogate locals pronounce the place that way then (i.e. HarrowGATE)?
Keefy68

Are you saying you've actually HEARD Harrogate locals pronounce the place … Are you saying you've actually HEARD Harrogate locals pronounce the place that way then (i.e. HarrowGATE)?


Yes, they are normally female, teak coloured, wearing designer clothes designed for someone twenty years younger than themselves and drive a Range Rover or something equally large yet amazingly don't actually seem to do anything for a living....
brookysm

Yes, they are normally female, teak coloured, wearing designer clothes … Yes, they are normally female, teak coloured, wearing designer clothes designed for someone twenty years younger than themselves and drive a Range Rover or something equally large yet amazingly don't actually seem to do anything for a living....



LOL: My suspicions confirmed then! Now, excuse me while I go and discuss these latest findings with my colleague..:{
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