An 18th Century listed pub set in woodland near Harrogate. Bed and breakfast in en-suite rooms, traditional home cooked food, real ales and fine wines.
The Harrogate Arms is a delightful 18th century stone built listed building situated only one and a half miles from the centre of Harrogate, and all its attractions. Recently refurbished to a high standard The Harrogate Arms is surrounded by relaxing wooded grounds, and has five generous well-appointed guest bedrooms. All the rooms have Wi-Fi Internet access, TV with Freeview, a complimentary selection of hot beverages and pampering toiletries, and you can even order breakfast in bed for a really relaxing break from it all. The Harrogate Arms is very child friendly and can also cater for guests with well-behaved dogs. Not only can you stay in very comfortable surroundings, but The Harrogate Arms also has a bar and restaurant to make your evenings very enjoyable. Of course, breakfast is included in your stay, and the restaurants menu has something to please everyone at very reasonable prices. Have a drink in the bar, before taking a seat in the restaurant to muse over the day’s adventures, then relax in front of the open real log fire.
The Harrogate Arms comprises of a main bar, lounge room with open fire, pool and darts room and a games room. Outside there is a children's play area and beer garden, perfect for relaxing in during the summer months. The public rooms are all with wheelchair access. Guest rooms are complete with Freeview TV, tea and coffee making facilities and a breakfast, which can be ordered in bed at the weekends. The pub is dog friendly, walker friendly and child friendly, and we also have tea rooms where you can enjoy freshly made sandwiches and a homebaked cake selection, sip fairtrade and organic range of teas and coffees from fine bone china teacups in an idyllic setting.
Recent TripAdvisor reviews: "Friendly service, fantastic location, perfect for kids/dogs" (14 Dec 2012), "Very friendly" (12 Dec 2012), "Friendly and value for money" (6 Oct 2012).