Harrogate has much to offer in terms of accommodation. The town's numerous grand Edwardian mansion house hotels were built to serve visitors as they flocked to reap the health...
1 November 2012 - 4:14pm — admin
Harrogate is one of the most beautiful towns in the UK, this former Spa town destination has wide leafy avenues, pavement cafes, boutique shops and many independent bars and restaurants. Characteristic architecture, grand boulevards, immaculately maintained green spaces, Harrogate is consistenly voted as one of the best places in the UK to live.
Located in the middle of the UK, Harogate is richly cultural and sophisticated being home to Harrogate International Festivals, International Gilbert & Sullivan Festival and Harrogate Comedy Festival. The town has a plethora of cultural venues hosting the biggest and best productions, artists and musicians from around the world.
Known as the 'Knightsbridge of the North, Harrogate is a shoppers paradise. Independent boutiques nestle alongside High Street names offering something for everyone and to suit every budget.
Harrogate is home to the award-winning Turkish Baths and Health Spa. Restored to its original Edwardian glory the Turkish Baths offers the very latest in spa treaments as well as a traditional Turkish Bath experience - not to be missed.
There is a world of food on offer here with so many restaurants offering the best choice from around the globe. Harrogate has many restaurants within walking distance of the International Centre. This coupled with the many bars means Harrogate is an ideal place for out of hours networking.
If you fancy heading slightly further afield, Harrogate sits on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales and North Yorkshire Moors within moments of leaving the centre of Harrogate you are surrounded by rolling hills and amazing scenery. There is much to visit in the area including Bolton Abbey, Fountains Abbey, Pateley Bridge, Ripon, Knaresborough and Harrogate's RHS Garden Harlow Carr. Also Leeds and York are under an hour away.