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Your Home From Home – A Guide to Harrogate Bed and Breakfasts

Your Home From Home – A Guide to Harrogate Bed and Breakfasts

So we don’t blame you for wanting to spend a little time in this area of ‘God’s Own Country’, and for that reason, we’ve handpicked a roundup of B&B stays to ensure your next visit to the Harrogate area isn’t your last! Perfect for the long Easter weekend coming up…Acorn Lodge, HarrogateFamily-run Acorn Lodge is situated on a peaceful, tree-lined avenue a few minutes’ walk from central Harrogate. Philip, Alison and Lola offer a relaxing retreat after a long day sightseeing, and there are seven beautifully furnished rooms to choose from. Breakfast is cooked from freshly prepared, local ingredients and there is free onsite parking and Wi-Fi. Rooms also have flat screen TVs with Freeview, iPod docking stations, hairdryers and irons as well as tea and coffee making facilities.

Prices start from £49 for a single room and £69.99 for a double room, per night.

Twitter: @AcornHarrogate


Roslyn House, Pateley Bridge ‘ 14 miles from Harrogate

Located in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Roslyn House at Pateley Bridge is a peaceful 14 mile drive from Harrogate. It is run by husband and wife duo Judith and Bob, along with the help of their beloved pooches! You’ll be greeted with a warm, Yorkshire welcome and can enjoy breakfast prepared with delicious local ingredients. There are six rooms, all with traditional furnishings and complementary tea/coffee, bottled water and toiletries. Rooms have a hairdryer, ironing facilities, Freeview TV, and radio alarm clock.

Prices start from £85 per room per night.

Twitter:  @Roslyn_House


Tudor House, Malhamdale ‘ 29 miles from Harrogate

A self-labelled ‘home from home’, Tudor House is run by Bob and Sheila Marchant, and located in an equally unique and stunning house in Malhamdale, 29 miles from Harrogate. Each room has its own name and personality, so you can enjoy a night in the likes of the ‘Orient Express’ or ‘Malhamdale’ room, for something a little different. If you’re travelling with your four-legged friend, you can opt to stay in the pet-friendly room on the ground floor with access to a world of beautiful walks to explore. There is parking available, and all rooms have tea and coffee making facilities, TV and DVD player and hairdryer.

Prices start from £70 per room per night.

Twitter:  @TudorHouseBandB


The Mount House, Terrington ‘ 35 miles from Harrogate

As one of The Guardian’s “10 of the best hotels, B&Bs and pubs with rooms in North Yorkshire”, The Mount House is certainly worth a visit if you’re happy to venture a little further out of Harrogate. Located in Terrington, a picturesque North Yorkshire estate village in the Howardian Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, The Mount House sits 35 miles north east of Harrogate and boasts a blend of contemporary and traditional décor. With a host who’s trained in classic French cookery, breakfast is sure to be a dream, and with the option to add on a four-course evening meal you can really enjoy everything this unique place has to offer!

There are two bedrooms to ensure a peaceful village stay, with prices starting from £100 per room per night.


For more great ideas on what to do and where to stay in and around Harrogate, head to  Visit Harrogate, the official tourism site, and  Enjoy Harrogate  for a local’s view!

Have we missed your favourite spot? Let us know on Twitter @xpressbifolds and tell us about your time spent in lovely Harrogate.

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