Park Court Harrogate 2 Bedroom Apartment With Stray Views And Secure Parking
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100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date.
Conveniently located close to the town centre. Parking.
Well equipped 2nd floor Appartment with Lift.
Noisy. Not double glazed and next to main road. Disturbed all the family.
Master Double is two twin beds pushed together. Uncomfortable.
No real views of The Stray
We are pleased you found the apartment conveniently located and well equipped. The master bedroom has zip and link beds like many hotels as some guests require twin beds and to provide flexibility. Sorry to hear you found these uncomfortable as they were replaced very recently. The windows are all double glazed but traffic can still be heard occasionally at busy times.
Clean warm and comfy.
The property was brilliant but I would say please do something about the glass coffee table as you keep bumping your legs on it.Otherwise it is ideal for staying in Harrogate
so near to town centre.
Next time we visit we will stay there.
Thanks for your review and comments about the coffee table. Although you state the property is brilliant and well located and you’d like to return your review gave us a 1 star rating when in 6 years of renting we usually get 5 stars. I only hope this was purely an error but it is very harmful and unfair to us and future guests I hope will read our past reviews and not go on this one alone. Your disappointed host Linda
Lovely apartment in the centre of Harrogate
Excellent apartment, clean and really well equipped. Perfect for a long weekend for two couples. Easy walk into the centre of town and access to shops bars and restaurants.
Well appointed flat in the centre of Harrogate
Lovely 2 bedroom flat a short walk from the centre of Harrogate. Very well appointed of particular note are the spacious kitchen, 2 bathrooms and for those with a car the car parking space. Would recommend.
My husband, two teenage daughters, and I thoroughly enjoyed our four night stay in this beautiful, spacious apartment. The location worked well for walking into town each evening to enjoy the numerous restaurants in Harrogate as well as for day trips to York, Leeds, and into the Dales. We wish we could have stayed longer.
Great apartment and location......
Booked this for us and our friends for a long weekend birthday break. Great, clear instructions, which worked to the letter. Parking is safe and secure, right by the rear door. Perfect.
Good location for the town being just long enough to work up an appetite or walk off the desert on the way back!
The place is clean, comfy and fully equipped, so much so that the second night we cancelled the restaurant, opened a bottle and ate in.
The glass table comments - valid, so we moved it. Problem solved.
Would we have changed anything? Only one thing.... put 4 coat pegs on the wall inside the front door (there’s a perfect space). We had some rain over the weekend and walking in it would have been great to hang our coats up straight away rather than draping them over the kitchen chairs to dry. Small thing really.
If you’re looking for a place to stay whilst visiting the area dump off your traditional hotel booking and stay here. So much nicer.
The stylish spa town of Harrogate is situated in North Yorkshire, the UK's largest county, on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales and offers something for everyone, from boutique shops to country walks and historic buildings. The surrounding area has much to offer for all ages, from walks around Bolton Abbey, a visit to Ripley castle with its famous ice cream shop nearby, a visit to Brimham Rocks or Knaresborough, the stately home of Harewood House and the nearby city of Leeds. There is also a theme park for big and little children at Lightwater Valley. Far too much to fit into one visit.
Harrogate offers an eclectic mix of high street shops along with bespoke designer shops. There are also numerous art and antique galleries on offer.
Visit the famous Betty's tea rooms with branches both in the town centre and at the nearby RHS Harlow Carr Gardens. Since 1919, Bettys has been the leader in the art of running a graceful, but never pompous, tearoom, meeting our urge to pause mid-afternoon for some scrumptious macaroons, vanilla slices or its signature fat rascals (similar to a scone but with more fruit) See www.bettys.co.uk.
Spend an afternoon relaxing at the Turkish baths with spa treatments. There are numerous spa treatments available.
RHS Harlow Carr Gardens - One of Yorkshire's most relaxing and surprising gardens at the gateway to the Yorkshire Dales!
Harrogate is surrounded by expanses of green with the 200 acre Stray and also the Valley gardens where you will find tennis courts.
The Royal Pump Room Museum - Housed in the splendid Royal Pump Room, the site of Europe's strongest sulphur well, the Museum tells the intriguing story of how Harrogate became a spa town. Discover stories of Russian royalty, disappearing crime writers and watery miracles. Marvel at the amazing spa treatments and don't leave without trying a glass of the infamous water! Discover all creatures great and small in'Animal Magic' until 14th May, featuring a host of animals, from frog mugs to feather hats. From 28th May step 'Behind the Seams at the Museum' to explore our amazing textile anc costume collection. See ancient Coptic textiles, 17th century English raised beadwork, and costumes from tiny baby clothes to beaded 1920s dresses.
Nearby is the market town of Knaresborough with its river and boat rides along with:
Mother Shiptons Cave - England's most famous Prophetess. She lived some 500 years ago during the reigns of King Henry VIII and Queen Elizabeth I.
Her Prophetic visions became known and feared throughout England, with many of them still proving uncannily accurate today.
The Cave, her legendary birthplace is near to the famous, unique, geological phenomenon - The Petrifying Well. See its magical cascading waters turn items into stone!
The Petrifying Well is England's Oldest Visitor Attraction, first opening its gates in 1630!
Mother Shiptons Cave & The Petrifying Well lie at the heart of the Mother Shipton Estate – a relic of the Ancient Forest of Knaresborough.
Knaresborough Castle and Courthouse Museum - There is much to see at Knaresborough Castle, a stronghold of Medieval Kings. Explore the castle to discover the history of the Keep, dungeon and mysterious underground sallyport. Visit the Courthouse Museum to discover an original Tudor courtroom and get a fascinating insight into Knaresborough's royal and infamous residents as well as the political intrigues of the day. Enjoy our acclaimed 'Life in a Castle' hands-on exhibition including medieval costumes to try on (for adults too!) as well as discovery boxes and a Castle trail. And don't forget to take in the view overlooking the picturesque town and River Nidd.
The market city of Ripon, one of the smallest cities in England, is 7 miles away. Ripley Castle is under 4 miles away. Fountains Abbey is also worth a visit.
Numerous golf clubs, hydro baths pool.
The Harrogate International Conference centre is opposite the apartment and there are numerous events on offer, including gift and fashion fairs. Perfect if you are visiting an exhibition and a great place to stay if you are exhibiting at the HIC. Close enough to pop 'home' for lunch and a recharge.
Harrogate theatre offers a full year round programme. Odeon cinema in the town centre.
The historic walled city of York with its famous Minster is reached by road in around 45 minutes or by train.
Light water valley theme park is 16 miles away.
For more ideas on what to do visit http://www.yorkshireattractions.org/