The best Harrogate bed and Breakfasts at amazing prices!


Harrogate Bed and Breakfast accommodation at amazing prices

  • Choose from our collection of B&Bs and boutique hotels in the historic spa town of Harrogate.
  • All accommodation includes you will have a comfy bed, breakfast will be prepared for you, and you will be given advice on all of the visitor attractions this elegant town has to offer.
  • This is an affordable alternative to staying in a larger hotel, and will provide a true taste of Harrogate.

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Overall Experience

Harrogate Visitor information


An Introduction to Harrogate

Harrogate is a spa town in North Yorkshire, England. The spa water contains iron, sulphur and common salt. The town became known as 'The English Spa' in the Georgian Era, after its waters were first discovered in the 16th century, three wells were found over 2 centuries, and the Spa's were often used to treat illnesses.

Things to do in Harrogate

The Royal Hall Theatre and the Harrogate International Centre are two venues hosting internationally acclaimed events. Harrogate Theatre also offers a varied programme, including the annual Comedy Festival held every autumn.

The Royal Pump Room Museum brings the history of the area to life from bizarre spa treatments used by the Victorians and Europe's strongest sulphur well. Harrogate's Turkish Baths include saunas, a spa pool and a toning plunge pool. There is a Heritage Spa Trail that you can follow.

Travelling to Harrogate

By Road

Exit from the A1 motorway at Junction 47 signposted Knaresborough and follow Harrogate signs.

By Rail

The town is served by four railway stations: Harrogate, Hornbeam Park, Pannal and Starbeck.

By Coach and Bus

Buses are every 15 minutes between Harrogate, Ripon and Leeds, with Arriva running most local buses. National Express runs coaches to Harrogate.

By Air

The nearest airport is Leeds Bradford International Airport and via train Manchester Airport is also accessible.


Harrogate History


Until the 17th century Harrogate was just a quiet hamlet until the the late 16th century when William Slingsby drank from a well and having travelled to several spas previously he realised the well water tasted like spa water. People believed that drinking water from such a well would heal sicknesses and Harrogate continued to grow into a spa town after 1631 when Dr Michael Stanhope discovered a second well. In the late 18th century much public land was enclosed and 200 acres were dedicated to the public.

A water company was formed in 1846 to provide Harrogate with piped water. During the 19th century Harrogate was still dependent on its spa's and a third well was discovered in 1895. The spa's continued to flourish until the 1960s as the National Health Service sent people to the Royal Baths for a cure but stopped funding for this treatment in 1968 and they closed in 1969.

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Universities in Harrogate

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