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Romantic Hotels in Harrogate ~ Rudding Park

Rudding Park is an award winning romantic hotel in Harrogate, Yorkshire. It was voted No 1 Best UK Hotel outside London by TripAdvisor Travellers’ Choice Awards 2015. Special Summer Offer: Book Dinner, Bed & Breakfast on selected stays in May to August for only £99.50 per person per night (based on double occupancy) and choose one of the following complimentary experiences for you both: Relax with a 25 minute bespoke treatment at The Spa, Play a round of golf on the championship 18 Hole Hawtree Course and the 6 hole par-3 Repton Short Course or enjoy Afternoon Tea for Two. Please mention Romantic Retreats when booking. 

So what makes Rudding Park such a great place for a romantic break away? Rudding Park is a privately owned luxury hotel set in beautiful parkland and also features a spa, championship golf course, gym and 14 seat cinema. The contemporary Clocktower restaurant and bar at Rudding Park is open for dining all day, every day. All dishes on the seasonal Yorkshire menu are sourced locally.

Rudding Park's location is unrivalled, being just two and a half miles south of Harrogate, yet just minutes from the motorway network. The bustling cities of Leeds and York are both within easy reach, as is Leeds Bradford International Airport and Harrogate train station. Rudding Park also has 24 hour free onsite parking, as well as its own helipad.

The tranquillity of Rudding Park ensures our guests a restful night’s sleep. The restaurant, hotel and bedrooms feature contemporary designs combined with some more traditional touches to create a peaceful setting which ties in beautifully with its surroundings. Several of the suites also incorporate a sauna, steam room or spa bath in the en-suites.

Rudding Park makes a great base to explore romantic Harrogate with its shops, history and architecture but is also close to some of Yorkshire's most dramatic scenery - the best of both worlds!

 

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