A hotel of character, in a quiet conservation area in Harrogate, set in mature gardens, yet near the centre of Harrogate.
per person per night
Four poster bed
All rooms have pleasant garden views
Located in a quiet conservation area
Special diets catered for
All bedrooms have colour TV, radio/alarm, direct-dial telephone, hairdryer and hospitality trays.
Mature lawned gardens
Private floodlit car park
Complimentary use of local private leisure club
Sunny veranda overlooking garden
Drawing with open fire
Books, local information and games
7 bedrooms, all en suite
Charm and character - these really sum up the Ruskin, a privately-owned Victorian hotel named after the eminent Victorian author, art critic and artist, who visited the hotel. The Sunday Times described the bedrooms as “spacious, with high ceilings and large bay windows . . . the beds are firm and the décor is easy on the eye” and awarded it a “Golden Pillow”. The Ruskin is beautifully furnished with antiques and retains many of its original features, and has a veranda overlooking its mature, lawned gardens - perfect for a sundowner at the end of a busy day.
And there’s lot to see and do within a short distance of the hotel, from the Harrogate Conference Centre with its summer season of classical music concerts, to the Pump Rooms and Royal Baths, RHS Harlow Carr Gardens, and nearby Knaresborough with its ruined castle which has spectacular views down to the River Nidd.
Getaway Breaks 2009 from £75 to £95 per room per night inclusive of Yorkshire breakfast and VAT.
Short breaks (min. 2 nights) are available at certain times of the year, subject to availability: Two nights bed and breakfast from £80 per person sharing a Standard double room
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