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Ascot House Hotel, Harrogate, North Yorkshire

Ascot House Hotel in Harrogate, North Yorkshire, North East England
  Quality, independent hotel with many Victorian features, just a short stroll from Harrogate's conference & town centres. Visit Britain Silver Award for properties achieving the highest levels of quality within their Star rating. The Ascot House was originally built in 1892 by Mr W H Baxter as a traditional Victorian family residence. It has now been elegantly transformed into a 19 - bedroom hotel. Superior and Four Poster rooms are the larger rooms. The Ascot Room, a cosy sitting room with open fires in the winter, is the perfect place to enjoy afternoon tea or just curl up with a good book. Relax in comfort in the informal friendly atmosphere of our lounge bar - or take in the sunshine on the patio balcony. Enjoy the evening in our elegant restaurant which offers traditional English and Continental dishes, prepared using the finest fresh produce. Complement your meal with a bottle of wine from our well - stocked cellar - many imported direct for extra value. Breath - taking gardens and floral displays have earned Harrogate wide acclaim and the traditional Turkish baths and Royal Pump Room Museum are well worth a visit. You will find some of the best shopping in Yorkshire, together with lively restaurants, wine bars, night clubs and theatres. A wealth of attractions including stately homes and historic castles lie within a short drive, together with the stunning scenery of the Yorkshire Dales and North York Moors.

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Type of accommodation listed
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Location of your accommodation
Address Ascot House Hotel
53 Kings Rd
North Yorkshire


Official rating
Rooms description
Please note private receptions/dinner parties (with discos until midnight) sometimes take place in the hotel, particularly at weekends and in December until 01:00. Guests are still welcome to use the bar lounge and have dinner in the dining room (which is in a separate area of the building). Quieter bedrooms are available on request. The hotel is completely non - smoking.
Number of rooms 19

Singles Unknown Doubles Unknown Twins Unknown Triples Unknown Family room Unknown
Ensuite Unknown Seaviews Unknown 4 poster bed Unknown Air conditioning Unknown Telephone Unknown
TV Unknown DVD Unknown Bath Unknown Shower Unknown Hairdyer Unknown
Tea/coffee making Unknown Trouser press Unknown Fridge Unknown Internet Wifi Internet WIFI access Disabled access Unknown
Families and Pets
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Baby friendly Babies welcome Baby gates Unknown High chairs Unknown Cots Unknown Baby sitting Unknown
Pets Pets welcome                

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Indoor pool Unknown Outdoor pool Unknown Hot tub Unknown Jacuzzi Unknown    
Gym Unknown Spa Unknown Lift Unknown Room service Room service is available    

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Prices and Payment
Prices for a room start from £49.

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Activities close by
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Horse riding Unknown Tennis You can play tennis near by Walking Unknown        
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Ascot House Hotel in Harrogate, North Yorkshire, North East England
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