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“Betty’s tea rooms are considered to be a Yorkshire institution. The Northallerton branch is the closest and possibility the nicest (less crazy busy like York & Harrogate ) Lewis & Cooper is also worth a visit for all you foodies. ”
  • 46 personnes du coin recommandent
“This is a truly beautiful spot just outside of Harrogate. There’s also a Betty’s there for breakfast, lunch and afternoon teas.”
  • 40 personnes du coin recommandent
“One of the largest monastic ruins in the country. It's beautifull and it's also worth visiting Studley Royal which is besides the ruins ”
  • 36 personnes du coin recommandent
“Grade II listed gardens which includes tennis courts, pitch & putt, crazy golf, boating pool, paddling pool and children’s play area”
  • 34 personnes du coin recommandent
“Wonderfully relaxing experience and historically significant...well worth a visit about £20. I dare you to take the plunge!”
  • 32 personnes du coin recommandent
“Amazing huge sculptural rocky outcrops dotted over a large area on the moor above Nidderdale. A great day out for family and great fun for kids”
  • 28 personnes du coin recommandent
“Comfy sofas, with food and drinks delivered to your seats, and actually a really nice bar that you can just go and have a drink in, and look out over town.”
  • 15 personnes du coin recommandent
“Oxford Street, Harrogate, HG1 1QF Tel: 01423 502116 A very traditional theatre, one of Harrogate's great institutions, a must. See if you can squeeze in a show or a pantomime! Book in advance.”
  • 16 personnes du coin recommandent
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“It's a destination, the ur-spa town experience, with art-deco decor and waitresses in black and white uniforms so that it could be the setting for an Agatha Christie murder mystery or a Jeeves and Wooster escapade.”
  • 24 personnes du coin recommandent
History Museum
“Interesting history of Harrogate as a spa town and great location for Seeing the best parts of the town.”
  • 17 personnes du coin recommandent
Theme Park
“This is a theme park approximately 30mins away – which features the longest rollercoaster in Europe (The Ultimate!). There is a small zoo and over 40 rides and it is suitable for all ages. There is soft play for babies and more adventurous rides for the more grown ups. It is open from March – November. Please check the website for specific dates and times. ”
  • 11 personnes du coin recommandent
“Ripley Castle is well worth a visit. A guided tour reveals the history of the area, the secret priest hole, rise and fall of dynasties. There is a natural park with deer, a lake, walks. There are walks around lanes and through woods. there is a nursery of plants and trees including tropical greenhouses if you are interested in plants and gardening. Popular wedding venue. Excellent cafe and pub in Ripley. Check their website for details. Classic Castle Tour Guided tours start at the Front door of the Castle and take approximately 1 hour. You can enjoy six of the Castle rooms which include the Library, Drawing rooms, Tower room and Knights Chamber. An entertaining and engaging tour tailored to an adult audience, though inclusive to all and families with children (ideally over 5 years) are welcome to join these tours. Children’s Tours Running at 1.00pm, daily during the 2019 Easter & Summer Holidays. 13th to 26th April 20th July to 31st August Children will be introduced to 700 years of Ingilby family history which includes a wild boar hunt with nearly killed King Edward III, the Gunpowder plot and Oliver Cromwell being kept at gunpoint in the Library, eccentric ancestors and even ghost stories! The tour takes 45 minutes and is perfect for children aged 5-13 years. Children must be accompanied by an adult. The Walled Gardens are a pleasure to visit at any time of year and in April contain a collection of Hyacinth giving a riot of colour in Spring as well as a magnificent aroma. The huge range of hot houses contain a highly impressive collection of tropical plants, ferns and cacti. Ancient wisteria and clematis thrive on the high south-facing walls. The Walled kitchen garden contains an extensive herb bed and an extraordinary collection of rare vegetables, grown in cooperation with the Henry Doubleday Research Association. The pleasure grounds contain a collection of specimen trees from around the world and thousands of spring flowering bulbs, daffodils, narcissi, snowdrops, aconites and bluebells. There is also a small children’s play area. No visit to Ripley Castle would be complete without a stroll into our deer park. Some of the oak trees are one thousand years old, and they still look magnificent with their impressive girth and gnarled branches. You will see plenty of wildlife on your way round the deer park: fallow deer, rabbits, squirrels, heron, canada and greylag geese, mallard, teal and wigeon, pheasants, woodpeckers and, if you are very lucky, a kingfisher as it flashes past. The park walk takes you round the castle’s large ornamental lake, across the waterfall and into the deer park itself.”
  • 15 personnes du coin recommandent
“Best Italian in Harrogate by far! Authentic small plate menu, daily changing menu, very passionate about their food!”
  • 15 personnes du coin recommandent
Restaurant asiatique
“Another one of our favourites! The Orchid is just fantastic Thai food in a great setting. There is also a cocktail bar above the restaurant in the Studley Hotel for pre dinner drinks. The Bang Bang Chicken is a must!!”
  • 11 personnes du coin recommandent
“People have been worshiping at Ripon cathedral for over 1350 years. Founded as a monastery in 660ad by Scottish monks, it was refounded as Benediction by St Wilfrid in 672 and he is now buried near the High Altar. One of the misericords was reputed to be the inspiration of Alice through the Looking Glass for Lewis Caroll who was a canon here. Free to enter, it is a magnificent building not to be missed.”
  • 9 personnes du coin recommandent
Galerie d'art
“The gallery has two spaces, the Main Gallery and the smaller North Gallery. The changing exhibition programme for both galleries ranges from national touring exhibitions of painting, photography, sculpture and crafts to exhibitions from the permanent collections to displays by local artists. The Mercer Art Gallery is home to Harrogate district's fine art collection which consists of some 2000 works of art, mainly from the 19th and 20th centuries. The collection includes works by William Powell Frith, Atkinson Grimshaw, Sir Edward Burne-Jones, Dame Laura Knight, Alan Davie and many more. The whole collection is not however on permanent display. Paintings, prints and drawings from it are featu”
  • 8 personnes du coin recommandent