Beautiful Victorian guest house in Harrogate centre, just 200 yards from the conference centre. Delicious breakfasts & stylish contemporary interior. Ideal for business & leisure.
Glenayr Guest House in Harrogate, Yorkshire offers superb guest accommodation in a comfortable Victorian home, just a short stroll from the spa town's fine shops, heritage attractions and pretty Valley Gardens. Luxuriously presented, our B&B is a mere 5 minute walk from the elegant town centre, with the International Conference and Exhibition centre just 200 yards away. Guests can expect a warm welcome from host Elizabeth Gourlay who greets her guests as invited friends. Whether you are visiting Harrogate for business or pleasure, you won't find a warmer welcome or enjoy a more genuine level of service anywhere else.
All our rooms are tastefully decorated and individually designed, with tea and coffee making facilities, central heating, TVs, radio alarm clocks and hairdryers. Ironing facilities are available to guests on request and families are warmly welcomed. In the morning, wake up to a freshly prepared breakfast served in the dining room inclusive of delicious cooked breakfasts. Views of our charming front garden are from the guest dining room with stylish contemporary dining tables and chairs. A relaxing lounge is also available to guests with a stunning original fireplace and warming fire.
Harrogate is famous for its spa, its shops and its many festivals. The iconic Majestic Spa Hotel dates from 1900 ans is just one example of Harrogate's stunning array of Victorian and Edwardian architecture. Why not take a walk around the devine Valley Gardens, one of Yorkshire's most beautiful public areas. For the discerning shopper, there are many shops to take your fancy from antique shops, books and wine to contemporary arts and crafts shops. There are also many bars and restaurants to enjoy a meal out with family and friends.
GLENAYR is the comfortable Victorian home of Elizabeth Gourlay. Is recommended by Visit Britain and member of Harrogate District Hotels, Guest Houses and Restaurants Association, and the Yorkshire Tourist Board.