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  • Posted on Aug 30, 2017

    Walking in the Harrogate District

    Set in the stunningly scenic heart of Yorkshire, the Harrogate District is widely regarded as one of the best UK walking destinations. There’s something for everyone, from families to experienced hikers. Trek off the beaten bath across the Access Land of the Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, or explore historic locations such as Fountains Abbey and the Nidd Gorge. Here are a few of our personal favourites:       

    The Seven Bridges Valley Walk: Studley Royal Water Garden

    A family-friendly circular walk of 3.8 miles set in the beautiful surroundings of Studley Royal Water Garden. Starting at the Lake outfall, the walk follows the Skell river along the valley via a series of delightful arched bridges. A great spot for catching a glimpse of some wild deer! https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/fountains-abbey-and-studley-royal-water-garden/trails/the-seven-bridges-valley-walk

    Pateley Circular via Brimham Rocks

    This 9 mile loop promises stunning views across the National Trust site of Brimham rocks, featuring huge rock formations thousands of years old. Stroll along the banks of the River Nidd and you might just see some of its birdlife such as Dippers, Kingfishers and Herons. http://www.visitharrogate.co.uk/things-to-do/pateley-circular-via-brimham-rocks-p1246281

    Six Dales Trail

    For the more serious hiker, this 38 mile route covers the entire length of the Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty from Otley in Wharfedale to Middleham in Wensleydale. The route showcases some of the most breath-taking Dales in the area, crossing some of Yorkshire’s lesser-known countryside before finishing at Middleham Castle. http://www.sixdalestrail.org.uk/

    And Something for Afterwards...

    No walk in Yorkshire is complete without a comforting meal and a refreshing drink in a traditional pub! The Harrogate District will leave you spoilt for choice – why not try The Royal Oaks in Staveley, The Guy Fawkes in Scotton, or the Travellers Rest in Harrogate for delicious food and a true country atmosphere.

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  • Posted on Aug 25, 2017

    Autumn in Harrogate 2017

    As the summer holidays draw to an end, there’s still plenty to do in and around Harrogate this autumn! Here’s a small selection of what’s coming up:

    Royal Hall Open Day 5th September

    The Royal Hall is once again opening its doors to the ‘glittering palace of gold’. A great opportunity to see how a piece of Harrogate’s heritage was returned to its Edwardian splendour after a huge restoration project. http://www.visitharrogate.co.uk/events/royal-hall-open-day-p1274481

    Harrogate Autumn Flower Show 2017 15-17 September

    Widely regarded as one of the most prestigious independent shows in the gardening year, the Autumn Flower Show is not to be missed. Visitors can expect stunning plant displays, live demonstrations from experts, and a wealth of shopping opportunities, not forgetting the famous giant vegetable competition! http://www.flowershow.org.uk/autumn-flower-show-2017

    Harrogate Comedy Festival 2-14 October

    Harrogate theatre presents its 9th annual comedy festival with a jam-packed programme of 26 events presenting more than 40 comedians over 13 days. The line-up includes big names in stand-up comedy such as Jason Manford and Jason Byrne, as well as Edinburgh Festival previews, a comedy club for kids, live music and more. http://www.harrogatetheatre.co.uk/harrogate-comedy-festival/

    Countryside Live 21-22 October

    Run by the Yorkshire Agricultural Society (organisers of the Great Yorkshire Show), Countryside Live 2017 promises animals galore, fabulous food and family fun. Attending this year is special VIP guest Gregg Wallace as well as TV favourites Julian Norton and Peter Wright. Thanks to a new partnership with The Yorkshire Vet and Channel 5, the event is set to be bigger and better than ever before, featuring competitive livestock competitions, show jumping, trade stands and a ‘Create and Explore’ area for children - there’s something for everyone! http://countrysidelive.co.uk/visitors/

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  • Posted on Aug 23, 2017

    StrEat Food and Family Fun Festival, Valley Gardens, 25-28th August 2017

    The StrEat Food and Family Fun Festival returns to the Valley Gardens in Harrogate for the second year! The ultimate day out for festival and foodie fans, this August bank holiday weekend promises 4 days of some of the best street food from around the world, as well as a range of entertainment for all the family. With more than 100,000 people attending last year, it's set to be even bigger and better this time around!

    Visitors can expect to be spoilt for choice with a range of exciting street food from over 60 handpicked traders, as well as a new Artisan Market where tasty products can be tasted and bought to take home.

    Throughout the weekend there will be entertainment for everyone, from street performers to live music and children's activities. In the evenings, the festival evening music scene will kick off with Dutch DJ Daan on Friday, followed by British acoustic trio Thrill Collins on Saturday, and Voodoo Love Orchestra on Sunday.

    So what are you waiting for? Get down to Valley Gardens in Harrogate for a fabulous weekend of food and family fun!

    Looking for last minute luxury accommodation in Harrogate? Give us a call on 01423 564468 for last minute availability.

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