Harrogate "Harrogate is the queerest place with the strangest people in it, leading the oddest lives of dancing, newspaper reading and dining." Charles Dickens
Our immediate surrounding area
The Apartments are located at 18 Spa Buildings on Kings Road directly opposite the Harrogate Convention Centre and next to Ice Scoop Gelato, which is between Union Street and Cheltenham Crescent..
The Harrogate Convention Centre hosts a continuous rotation of excellent events and conferences in Harrogate all year round so it is well signposted as you enter the town.
The Turkish Baths Health Spa and the world famous Betty’s tea rooms are also just around the corner, up Parliament Street, which leads to a well known shopping destination filled with independent boutiques called the Montpellier Quarter on Montpellier Hill, just a short stroll away down charming cobbled streets.
The Harrogate Tourist Information Centre is less than 100 metres away from our apartments.
The Royal Pump Room Museum, the English Heritage Valley Gardens, The Royal Hall and the Harrogate Theatre are just some of the most famous tourist attractions in Harrogate and are just a short walk away from our doorstep.
At the apartments you have the freedom to dine in with fully equipped kitchens. If you choose to dine out, then turn any direction from our doorstep and you will be spoiled for choice with excellent restaurants, cafés or pubs to indulge in for a bite to eat.
MORE ABOUT HARROGATE
Harrogate is today widely regarded as one of the best places to live in the UK, the “gem of the North” is a historical spa town that has been attracting tourists from across the UK for hundreds of years.
With a fully equipped kitchen in your apartment, you may be planning a night in, but if dining out is more your style, Harrogate is packed full of fabulous restaurants and cafes to choose from for your breakfast, lunch or your evening meal.
A Turkish Baths ritual is a journey of heating, cooling and cleansing the body, promoting a sense of relaxation and a clear mind.
Prepare yourself for the relaxation experience of a lifetime...
Home to the annual agricultural event of the year, The Great Yorkshire Show in the Summer and incredible flower shows in Autumn and Spring, be sure to visit the RHS Harlow Carr Gardens, a must for the enthusiastic gardener.
The Montpellier Quarter is home to 80 exclusive shops, pavement cafes, bars and award winning restaurants. The whole of Harrogate is encapsulated within the Montpellier Quarter, making it an ideal day out.
The Royal Pump Room is a Grade II* listed building next to the entrance to the Valley Gardens. Today it houses the town's museum which is operated by the Harrogate Borough Council. It was formerly a spa water pump house.
From contemporary pieces at the Walker Galleries on Montpellier Parade, modern pieces at RedHouse Originals on Cheltenham Mount through to classic collections at the Mercer Art Gallery, you can lose hours enjoying paintings new and old.
A trip to Harrogate wouldn’t be complete without a visit to the Harrogate Theatre or the Royal Hall. One of the best times of year to visit Harrogate Theatre is in the Winter to see the Pantomime! It is always a huge hit for families of all ages.
Harrogate is part of what is known to the locals as the “Golden Triangle”. A term commonly used for the area of West and North Yorkshire lying between Harrogate, York, North Leeds and their surrounding towns like stunning Knaresborough.
There are many wonderful attractions and locations within and around the town that attract people from across the region and one of the best ways to explore them is with a Tour from YorTours.
To give you the real feel for the Harrogate Lifestyle, the pubs you need to visit are The Old Bell Tavern, The Fat Badger, The Harrogate Tap, The Coach and Horses and the Brasserie for a meal and some live jazz.