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Tel code: 01937 | code search
Postcode: LS22 | code search
Population: 50
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Bridge Hotel
"Bad Points: pillow's cases clean but actual pillow's manky, bed spread filthy looked as if they had not been changed all summer room noisy generator going all night breakfast looked ..." More

Bridge Hotel
"Good Points: Attentive and friendly staff, good range of food. General review: A good night at a very price, in a handy location

Date visited: 2009-01-08 ..." More

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"Good Points: Rooms well equipped modern and comfortable. Breakfast very good. Staff friendly and helpful.Pillows are not very padded. Bad Points: Nothing My sister'e room the electric towel rail didn't work. General ..." More

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Walshford in North Yorkshire is a small community that developed around a crossing by the Great North Road of the River Nidd – the local hostelry is called the Bridge Inn to this day. Everyone who has driven up or down the A1 will have seen signs to Walshford as they rush to their destinations, but it is worthwhile making a stop there. Situated just off the A1(M) Walshford is easy to get to, and it makes a great base for touring the area. Genteel Harrogate is only about seven miles to the west, and the wonderful city of York with its huge range of attractions is just a little further to the east. Racing enthusiasts can also make good use of the village as a base, with York races, Wetherby, and Ripon all within easy striking distance. This is an area of small villages, with some good pubs to find, and for those seeking something more cultural the site of the Battle of Marston Moor, fought on July 2nd 1644 is only a ten minute drive away along country lanes. One of the most decisive battles in English history, Marston was a victory for Cromwell over the Royalist army, with control of the North the prize.

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Bridge Hotel (0.05 miles)

Bridge Hotel

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Ideally situated very close to the historic city of York, the spa town of Harrogate, and the commercial centre of Leeds; yet close by the A1/M and direct train links. The Bridge ... More

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Innkeepers Lodge (4.37 miles)

Innkeepers Lodge
** ALL OUR RATES INCLUDE COMPLIMENTARY CONTINENTAL BUFFET BREAKFAST ** Easily accessed from Junction 47 of the A1 (M), this lodge shares its grounds with the Kestrel Vintage Inn, two miles east of Harrogate on ... More | visit website
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Newton House (4.42 miles)

Newton House
An elegant Georgian guest house in Knaresborough with the feel of luxury hotel accommodation.

We are delighted to welcome you to Newton House, an elegant Georgian Guesthouse in the heart of the charming market town of ... More | visit website
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Rudding Gates (4.48 miles)

Rudding Gates
Luxurious 5 star Gatehouse apartments in picturesque Follifoot village, Rudding Gates offer the perfect country escape whilst being conveniently near to central Harrogate and major routes to York and Leeds. Furnished to an extremely high ... More | visit website
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The Old Royal Oak (4.59 miles)

The Old Royal Oak

Our recently converted 18th Century, grade II listed barn, serves as the new B&B – each room offering comfortable and peaceful accommodation with disabled access; is situated in the centre of the historic market ... More | visit website

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Dower House Hotel (4.91 miles)

Dower House Hotel

In the market town of Knaresborough, just 4 miles from the A1(M) and 3 miles from Harrogate, this charming hotel offers a warm and friendly welcome to business and leisure customers alike. Close to the Harrogate ... More | visit website

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Old Granary House (4.95 miles)

Old Granary House

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Old Granary House is a restored farm building, full of character. It is situated just off the A59 roughly halfway between Harrogate and York. The house is set in south ... More

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Wood Hall Hotel (5.01 miles)

Wood Hall Hotel

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Positioned at the end of a long dramatic drive, surrounded by a hundred acres of woodland and manicured lawns, Wood Hall is extremely well located. Close to Leeds, Harrogate and ... More

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Rudding Park Hotel, Spa & Golf (5.20 miles)

Rudding Park Hotel, Spa & Golf

Rudding Park sits in 300 acres of stunning parkland just 3 miles south of the beautiful spa town of Harrogate. The Grade 1 listed Regency house incorporates 21st-century comforts by fusing contemporary design with traditional ... More | visit website

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General Tarleton Inn (5.33 miles)

General Tarleton Inn
The General Tarleton is a traditional 18th century coaching inn with fourteen en-suite bedrooms.

Since taking charge John and ClaireTopham have created an award-winning brasserie and restaurant with its own unique style and atmosphere.

Conveniently close to ... More | visit website

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