Towering above the Manchester skyline, with its distinctive clock tower and striking Victorian architecture, The Principal Manchester is a magnificent, terracotta grade 2 listed building steeped inhistory. Rewind back to 1890, when the Refuge Assurance Company paid a sum of £21,000 for an 1800 square yard parcel of land at the corner of Oxford Street, and the beginnings of The Palace Hotel was born.
Named after the region in South Africa, famous for its beautiful landscape and stunning diamonds, The Kimberley Hotel is one of Harrogate's hidden gems. Offering 72 beautifully appointed bedrooms;each of which offers modern luxury, and four star standards The Kimberley is the ideal base for both business and pleasure.
It has eight bedrooms, all with private facilities, remote-control colour television, hospitality tray etc. The hotel also offers off-street parking. The hotel is located opposite the exhibition hallson Kings Road, and is midway between the Royal Hall and the International Centre, each about 50 metres away. The hotel is less than a quarter of a mile from both Rail and Bus Stations, an easy ten-minute stroll.
The Fox Inn & restaurant is located in the heart of the historic market town of Guisborough, on the edge of the beautiful North York Moors National Park. Just a short drive from both YorkshireHeritage East Coast including Whitby and Scarborough and the Middlesbrough / Teesside area.
This purpose built Victorian hotel built in 1897 boasts one of the most panoramic views on the yorkshire heritage coast. Having retained many original period features, this hotel certainly ticks thebox when it comes to contemporary luxury hotel with sizeable rooms. The hotel has many facilities including public bar, which focuses on local real ales of which we are in the good beer guide.
The Griffin Hotel is in Selby, North Yorkshire. We are a locals' pub from Sunday to Wednesday and a circuit pub Thursday to Saturday. We are in the town centre, on the main market square, next to themain post office - only a five-minute walk from the bus and train station.
A warm welcome awaits you at Allerton Court Hotel, Northallerton's largest independently owned hotel and venue for all occasions! Positioned just a moments drive from the railway station (with adirect service from London), conveniently between the A19 and A1 motorways and just a short drive from Durham Tees Valley Airport, Allerton Court Hotel can be easily accessed by road, rail or air.
Bedrooms to suit your needs; from contemporary smaller doubles for the shorter stay to fantastic four-posters for that special occasion. The location of this fine mansion is on the line of the mainRoman approach to the city of York and Bootham Bar was one of the original Roman gateways into the city/fortress of Eboracum. The house is of circa 1827 and appears on Robert Cooper's plan of York 1832.
Standing in three acres of grounds in the North Yorkshire Moors National Park at the head of the beautiful Forge Valley, East Ayton Lodge is ideally situated for a peaceful relaxing break, familygathering, business conference or sparkling function, offering a high level of comfort and style and superb cuisine.
Just minutes from the centre of historic York, the Holgate Hill Hotel is a great location. The hotel is easily accessible by car on the A59 into York. The main rail station is only half a mile awayand local bus services stop right outside the hotel entrance. The hotel provides a warm atmosphere and many comforts, including a comfortable lounge over-looking the attractive patio and garden.
Enjoy some of Yorkshire's finest food, wines and refreshments, served in beautiful surroundings. Feast on a superb dinner, a stylish lunch, or simply call in for a delicious coffee. Stay and relax inone of our nine guest rooms. Although fully licensed, all rooms are non smoking and family friendly. Anyone can enjoy the beautiful artwork by local artists that adorn the walls, or the private, walled gardens extending to the private car park.
The Bay Hotel is situated in The Dock, Robin Hood's Bay, which marks the end of Alfred Wainwright's 192 mile Coast-to-Coast Walk from St. Bees in Cumbria. The bottom bar of the Bay Hotel, which wasoriginally The Stables, has been renamed Wainwright's Bar in his memory. The landlady of the Bay is Linda Winspear and she and her staff offer a warm and friendly welcome to regulars and visitors alike.
A Victorian house in Pickering which has been carefully restored over the last few years to its former elegance, and has private walled garden with parking facilities at the rear of the hotel.Crossways has a private walled garden with parking facilities at the rear of the hotel. Ensuite bedrooms also feature radio alarm, colour television, hairdryer, bathrobes, tea and coffee making facilities.
The Tennant's Arms at Kilnsey nestles under the famous Kilnsey Crag in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales, approximately 12 miles from Skipton. Built in the 17th century as a coaching inn for travellerspassing through Wharfedale, The Tennant's Arms is ideally situated for walking, touring and fishing. Kilnsey Angling Club (establised in 1840) is based here with fishing on the river Wharfe and Skirfare. Kilnsey Park is nearby which offers fishing, nature trails along with a farm shop.
All Welcome In is a family run guesthouse with seven en-suite rooms. En-suite rooms available from £20 - £25. Reductions for children can be discussed. Just a stones throw away are thetown centre, golf course, cinema and esplanade. Redcar has a lively and exciting night life, shops and restaurants to keep you entertained.
The Parsonage Hotel and Spa is set in six acres of beautiful formal gardens and woodland, only a short drive from the historic city of York. Built in the early 1840's the building maintains many ofits original features. We also have the award winning Lascelles Restaurant, a beautiful Conservatory and elegant Lounges. We have recently added The Cloisters Spa, for added luxury. You can also enjoy a round of golf at the 18 hole Swallow Hall pay & play golf club only 5 min drive away.
There are so many reasons to visit this part of Yorkshire and we very much want to play our part, firstly in attracting you to come here and secondly in ensuring that you enjoy your stay to the full.Naturally we've tried to make sure that everything has been brought up to the level that you would expect of a modern hotel, whilst retaining the character of the original historic building.
This is an exciting time at The Spa Hotel. Along with the much-needed work transforming several rooms and living areas, we've also unveiled a new menu. Things are starting to take shape, and ourcustomers are noticing the difference! We're really proud of what we've already achieved and we're going to keep striving to get it spot on.
Welcome to the snug Harrogate Brasserie Boutique Hotel and Restaurant where the exceptional hands-on team, who've collectively been with the Brasserie for over 36 years, look forward to the pleasureof your company. Experience the buzz of our restaurant and bar and the smooth sounds of live jazz. Revel to the sounds of live jazz bands in the restaurant and bar six nights a week; every Monday - Friday and Sunday. We have weekly regulars as well as featured artists.
The Cleveland Hotel Middlesbrough boasts a long history in the village- no longer a hotel, but it's past is well known and the regulars can still tell you stories about when Tom Jones stayed here. Nowa "proper pub" according to the locals, it comprises of two separate rooms- the lounge is where we have Middlesbrough's own DJ Chubbs and other fun events take place.