|Minimum Stay||2 - 3 nights|
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Second floor contemporary apartment with lift access, within minutes of the town centre. Secure designated parking is provided for one car.
This apartment has 2 double bedrooms, an ensuite shower room and house bathroom, along with well equipped dining kitchen and lounge with dining room, overlooking the famous Harrogate Stray
Access to the building is either from the car park, directly into the lift which will transport you to the second floor or alternatively through the front door with access to a wide staircase or the lift. Please note we cannot always guarantee that the lift will be functioning.
On entry into the apartment, there is an inner hall way leading to the large airy dining kitchen. The kitchen is fully equipped with a large fridge freezer, electric fan oven, Bosch Halogen combination microwave oven fitted in, induction hob, dishwasher and washer/ dryer. All plates, cutlery and pans etc are provided, down to egg cups and a cafetierre. There is a dining table with seating for four. A supply of tea, coffee and sugar along with kitchen roll, tea towel, washing up liquid and dishwasher tabs are provided.
Another door leads to the large lounge with dining area. Comfortable corner sofa with full sized sofa bed, flat screen TV with Sky package, DVD player and stereo with DAB radio and docking station for IPod / iPhone. Wifi is available free of charge. A selection of books, games and DVDs is provided for your further entertainment. There are patio doors opening to a Small Juliet balcony with views overlooking the Stray and the Cedar Court Hotel. There is a large dining table with 4 chairs but enough room to comfortably seat 6 using the kitchen chairs.
The family bathroom has a shower bath with shower over, wash basin and toilet. Tiled with travertine on walls and floor. Toiletries are provided along with fluffy white Egyptian cotton towels.
Along the corridor there are two bedrooms. Master bedroom has a king size bed which can be split to twins by request (£10 charge applies). Wall mounted TV, chest of drawers, side tables with lamps and built in wardrobe. A hair dryer is provided. This room has it's own en suite shower room, with travertine. Shower cubicle with glass door, toilet and wash basin.
The second bedroom has a double bed, side tables, built in wardrobe and dressing table.
All rooms are double glazed. Heating and hot water are provided by a gas boiler, controllable with a room thermostat. All white Egyptian cotton bedding is provided along with fluffy white bath sheets and hand towels.
Normal check in time is 1500 but earlier check in can be requested for a small additional charge. Normal check out time is 1000 but again a late check out til 12 noon can be requested for a small charge.
Unfortunately we cannot take pets due to block rules but children of all ages are always welcome. We have a travel cot and high chair. We ask that you supply your own cot bedding. Please request at time of booking.
We accept bookings from 2 days duration. Please contact us for long stay rates. Our apartment makes an excellent choice if you are between house moves or new to the area.
Owners very friendly and obliging. Flat is very nice, roomy, clean and comfortable. Its near the station and city centre.
We had a nice stay at this lovely flat. Everything was nicely appointed and Linda was great to communicate with and very responsive.
Very well equipped clean and comfortable .It really is only a 10 minute walk into the town centre
We would quite happily make a return visit .
The apartment was in a wonderful location. It was well equipped and had everything you needed for either a short or long stay. Spotlessly clean and well kept. The owners replied quickly to our enquiry and all arrangements went smoothly. We look forward to returning in the future. JL
This apartment is in an ideal location with only a 5 minute walk into the town centre which was ideal for both shopping and going out at night, so suited our party perfectly as we did both! The apartment has everything you could need for a short or long stay in Harrogate and everything is of a very high standard. The owners replied to our enquiry almost immediately and emailed before and after our stay to ensure everything ran smoothly for us. All five of us would definitely recommend this apartment to family and friends and hope to go back ourselves at some point in the future.
The stylish spa town of Harrogate is situated in North Yorkshire, the UK's largest county, on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales and offers something for everyone, from boutique shops to country walks and historic buildings. The surrounding area has much to offer for all ages, from walks around Bolton Abbey, a visit to Ripley castle with its famous ice cream shop nearby, a visit to Brimham Rocks or Knaresborough, the stately home of Harewood House and the nearby city of Leeds. There is also a theme park for big and little children at Lightwater Valley. Far too much to fit into one visit.
Harrogate offers an eclectic mix of high street shops along with bespoke designer shops. There are also numerous art and antique galleries on offer.
Visit the famous Betty's tea rooms with branches both in the town centre and at the nearby RHS Harlow Carr Gardens. Since 1919, Bettys has been the leader in the art of running a graceful, but never pompous, tearoom, meeting our urge to pause mid-afternoon for some scrumptious macaroons, vanilla slices or its signature fat rascals (similar to a scone but with more fruit) See www.bettys.co.uk.
Spend an afternoon relaxing at the Turkish baths with spa treatments. There are numerous spa treatments available.
RHS Harlow Carr Gardens - One of Yorkshire's most relaxing and surprising gardens at the gateway to the Yorkshire Dales!
Harrogate is surrounded by expanses of green with the 200 acre Stray and also the Valley gardens where you will find tennis courts.
The Royal Pump Room Museum - Housed in the splendid Royal Pump Room, the site of Europe's strongest sulphur well, the Museum tells the intriguing story of how Harrogate became a spa town. Discover stories of Russian royalty, disappearing crime writers and watery miracles. Marvel at the amazing spa treatments and don't leave without trying a glass of the infamous water! Discover all creatures great and small in'Animal Magic' until 14th May, featuring a host of animals, from frog mugs to feather hats. From 28th May step 'Behind the Seams at the Museum' to explore our amazing textile anc costume collection. See ancient Coptic textiles, 17th century English raised beadwork, and costumes from tiny baby clothes to beaded 1920s dresses.
Nearby is the market town of Knaresborough with its river and boat rides along with:
Mother Shiptons Cave - England's most famous Prophetess. She lived some 500 years ago during the reigns of King Henry VIII and Queen Elizabeth I.
Her Prophetic visions became known and feared throughout England, with many of them still proving uncannily accurate today.
The Cave, her legendary birthplace is near to the famous, unique, geological phenomenon - The Petrifying Well. See its magical cascading waters turn items into stone!
The Petrifying Well is England's Oldest Visitor Attraction, first opening its gates in 1630!
Mother Shiptons Cave & The Petrifying Well lie at the heart of the Mother Shipton Estate – a relic of the Ancient Forest of Knaresborough.
Knaresborough Castle and Courthouse Museum - There is much to see at Knaresborough Castle, a stronghold of Medieval Kings. Explore the castle to discover the history of the Keep, dungeon and mysterious underground sallyport. Visit the Courthouse Museum to discover an original Tudor courtroom and get a fascinating insight into Knaresborough's royal and infamous residents as well as the political intrigues of the day. Enjoy our acclaimed 'Life in a Castle' hands-on exhibition including medieval costumes to try on (for adults too!) as well as discovery boxes and a Castle trail. And don't forget to take in the view overlooking the picturesque town and River Nidd.
The market city of Ripon, one of the smallest cities in England, is 7 miles away. Ripley Castle is under 4 miles away. Fountains Abbey is also worth a visit.
Numerous golf clubs, hydro baths pool.
The Harrogate International Conference centre is opposite the apartment and there are numerous events on offer, including gift and fashion fairs. Perfect if you are visiting an exhibition and a great place to stay if you are exhibiting at the HIC. Close enough to pop 'home' for lunch and a recharge.
Harrogate theatre offers a full year round programme. Odeon cinema in the town centre.
The historic walled city of York with its famous Minster is reached by road in around 45 minutes or by train.
Light water valley theme park is 16 miles away.
For more ideas on what to do visit http://www.yorkshireattractions.org/
|Rental Period||Minimum Price||Additional Nights||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly *||Event Price|
16 Dec 2016 - 3 Jan 2017
3 night minimum stay
for 3 nights
|Notes: Rates are based on 4 guests; add £25 per night, per additional guest|
My Standard Rate
2 night minimum stay
for 2 nights
|Notes: Rates are based on 4 guests; add £25 per night, per additional guest|
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
Prices are for occupancy of 4 guests
All linen and towels and provided
Free wifi and all utilities included
Children welcome. Charge of £10 for travel cot and high chair (please bring own cot bedding)
£10 for 2pm early check in
£15 for 12 noon late check out
* Approximate monthly price. Actual pricing will depend on the days of the month you stay.