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Highlights in Harrogate
- Turkish Baths
- Royal Pump Room
- Great Yorkshire Show
- Day trips
- Cold Bath Road
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Holiday rentals and lettings in Harrogate
To get to know the town you can stay in a central location within a stone’s throw of the main attractions. Mid terrace Victorian rentals are also available near the Conference centre and not far from the town centre. For a bit more of privacy look for a rustic property and if you are looking for a more luxurious space, a townhouse is your best bet. Shops, delicatessen, cafes, supermarkets and restaurants are easily reached within a few minutes from the rental lettings. Whatever your budget, needs or preferences are, Harrogate is the place to find your perfect rental.Holiday rentals with a unique design
Fantastic locations for all the properties in Harrogate offering large accommodation, king size beds, fireplaces, all the appliances, laundry areas, small and big gardens and all the amenities to make your stay more comfortable. Stone houses decorated with taste, modern luxury and a great attention to detail design are some of the options available in Harrogate to host up to 6 people in some of them. Groups, couples and families are welcome to stay!
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The area and getting around
An abundance of cafés and tea rooms to enjoy lovely baked cakes or pastries and the quintessentially English experience of afternoon tea. Many restaurants care about the origin of the ingredients and they like to tell and share this information with the customer. It’s the story of telling “field to plate”.Embracing the natural richness of the valley
Spectacular views and constantly changing views, rolling hills to steep fells and moorland. Explore the great outdoors, breathing in the Yorkshire air, either cycling or walking its paths - from easy to challenging ones- that will always offer magnificent views as a final reward. Get embraced by the all year round beauty of gardens that always amaze its visitors. Furthermore, why not going a bit deeper into its history? An experienced guide will take you for a walk, where you can choose to know further into the gastronomy of the region, the curious natural features or the stories behind the walls of its historical buildings.
Travellers and activities
In the 16th century Harrogate became the town known as “The English Spa” because of the iron, sulphur and common salt contained in its spa waters. After that, for the next two centuries this place was a popular health treatment for those wealthy but sick visitors and this fact increased the town wealth too. Pack your swimming costume, breath in and relax...Harrogate for cultural lovers
Guided tours, spa experiences and family activities with children’s play areas or adventure playgrounds such as Valley Gardens History and heritage of Harrogate will make the backdrop to your holiday. Prominent buildings, cathedrals and abbeys, heroes and villains stories soaked around the castles across the area. Also a bit of fictional history lays on these grounds because Jim Carter, the actor who is best known for playing the role of Mr Carson in Downton Abbey, hails from Harrogate.
Harrogate hosted the Eurovision song contest in 1982.
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If you want to make sure you do not miss out take a walking tour of an historic town with an official blue badge accredited guide. Relax, enjoy and learn about the history of the main spots around the area, learn about the food in Harrogate or enjoy a luxury tour of the Yorkshire Dales. Motorbike and 4x4 tours are also an option for those who wish a bit more of an adventure, Don’t worry, the drivers know the area like the back of his hand!2. Relax at the Turkish Baths
Contemporary treatments in original Victorian surroundings is the flagship spa experience. Years ago, some treatments such as Harrogate Hot water and Galvanism were based in water and electricity. A few facilities with hydrotherapy treatments mud baths and steam rooms which you can still enjoy today in a more contemporary surrounding. Heating, cooling and cleansing yourself is the basic ritual to follow. Close your eyes, lay down and relax.3. The iconic Royal Pump Room
An iconic 19th century building that was built to welcome Victorian visitors has now become a museum to the spa history together with Mercer Gallery that offers fabulous insights into the town’s history. Marvel at the Egyptian treasures and discover how science is helping to find out more about them.4. Enjoy the Great Yorkshire show
This is an iconic three-day event and one of the biggest agricultural events in the English calendar. While the show holds agriculture as the main theme, there’s also entertainment, live music, the Kuoni catwalk fashion show, shopping and cookery demos. And if you go with kids, there is a Discovery Zone with “hands-on” interactive learning activities for everybody! Experiences that will tell you more about food, farming and the countryside.5. A bohemian shopping experienceWe all like some time admiring the well designed and presented windows. Visit the unique, bohemian-style and independent shops in Cold Bath Road, the street for you to spend some time exploring and buying unique pieces of clothing or homeware at shops such as Bias. After your shopping round, have a look around the Victorian style elegant cafés and treat yourself with an afternoon tea and a Fat Rascal (a Yorkshire scone). You will not resist the temptation!
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Harrogate
At an average price of £147.15 per night, Harrogate lies at the upper end of the price range for holiday lettings in the United Kingdom.
If you want to save the maximum amount during your visit to Harrogate, pack your bags and travel there in March (£130.24 per night on average), February (£133.91), or January (£136.15) to find the lowest prices for the whole year.
In 2020, the month that had the highest annual average in Harrogate was December, with an average price of £161.04 per night. This was followed by July, with an average of £157.96, and November, with £154.93.
It is recommended that you book your stay in plenty of time when visiting Harrogate, as only 32% of our properties are usually available throughout the year.
The months when it's easiest to find available accommodation in Harrogate are May (the average amount of properties that are free reached 50.2% of the total in 2020), April (45%), and December (44.5%).
The months with the lowest properties available in Harrogate are, in order, August, September and July, with respective average availability figures of 9.6%, 12.75%, and 22.5%, based on data collected in 2020.
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