Address: Queen Building, Harrogate, North Yorkshire, England, HG1 5AH, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Queen Building, Harrogate, is near Harrogate Turkish Baths and Health Spa, Clifford's Tower, Royal Hall Theatre, and The Homestead.
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    A travel blog entry by witheyski on Aug 12, 2015

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    ... the formal and informal gardens which had been created.
    We went back to the car for a change of footwear before heading off along the Cleveland Way south along the coast. This walk is very spectacular and has great views of the countryside, sea and coast line. These cliffs (Hunt Cliff) are some of the highest in Britain and we reached around 100 metres above sea level before descending into Skinningrove and onto Cattersty Beach for a sit on the rocks and ...

    Yorkshire water to Yorkshire tea

    A travel blog entry by witheyski on Aug 11, 2015

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    ... looking for a place for lunch.
    We fond the Cobblestone Cafe in the centre of Grassington and we enjoyed the paninis with tea. As we were looking for a table another couple offered to let us share their table in the courtyard outside so we passed the time waiting for lunch chatting to a couple from Chesterfield who were staying nearby for a few days walking.
    The leisurely lunch ...

    Formal Houses

    A travel blog entry by witheyski on Aug 10, 2015

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    ... of rain showers arrived so we used the conservatory as a shelter before walking under the umbrella around the formal gardens. The gardens were extensive and the area included a bird hide and a walk next to the pasture with meadow flowers as the main feature.
    The Hall was built in the late 18th century as a family house and was used as such until the middle of the last century. In 1941 it was used ...

    Rhs Garden

    A travel blog entry by tedandanne on Jun 27, 2015

    ... and have lunch on the lawn with music by a brass band.before meeting the log ness monster, we drag two moaning tired babas to a greenhouse and revived them with spring water and threats of no Lego land and ladybird cakes. We head back to the van after a wonderful few hours, high points including a dermid gavin garden and swathes of borders and woven bamboo fences. The ...

    Back in England - York and the Cotswolds

    A travel blog entry by pmytkowi on Apr 20, 2013

    1 comment, 18 photos

    ... inspected and deemed safe. Feeling as though we are extras on a Shakespearean movie set, we wander the snickets never knowing where we will end, but knowing the city is so small that we will soon find our way out of the maze. An orienting sight are the spires of the magnificent medieval York Minster, a masterpiece of stone and stained glass, built between 1360-1402, and the crown of the city. The Shambles is a famous stone-paved, narrow lane lined with medieval houses ...