Explore Harrogate and Britain’s
biggest county, Yorkshire

Harewood House

Harewood House and Gardens, not far from Harrogate: This is the home of the Earl of Harewood, the Queen’s cousin. Photo © Rick Harrison

◼︎ Within easy reach of The Chapel HG1 are the 18th-century stately home Harewood House, Ripley Castle and Gardens, Ripon Cathedral, Rievaulx Abbey, Fountains Abbey, Studley Royal Water Garden, Newby Hall, North York Moors national park and Brimham Rocks. The historic city of York itself is 30 minutes away.

Destination restaurants for fine dining in Harrogate include Bistro, Brasserie, Clocktower, Drum & Monkey, Harrogate Grille, Hotel du Vin, Norse, Orchid at the Studley Hotel, Quantro, Sasso, Square Bar & Restaurant, Van Zeller. . . Within a 10-mile radius are the Crown Inn, Dining Room, the Dunsforth, General Tarleton Inn, Grantham Arms, Lockwoods, Malt Shovel, Old Deanery, Punch Bowl Inn. . . not forgetting the Black Swan at Oldstead, the Devonshire Arms at Bolton Abbey and the Michelin-starred Yorke Arms at Ramsgill.

Yorkshire boasts the largest number of Michelin starred restaurants
than any other county.

Leading Restaurants in North Yorkshire – at Britain’s Finest

Yorkshire is of course passionate about horse racing, and we are well placed for reaching the tracks at York, Ripon, Thirsk and Wetherby.

Harrogate International Centre – More than 13,700 square metres of event space including a 2000-seat main auditorium and the spectacular Edwardian Royal Hall.

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Harrogate’s Turkish baths and health spa

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The Stray, Harrogate: alluring parklands in the centre of town

More information about Yorkshire

Welcome to Yorkshire.com! – This is the online destination to discover all that’s great about the largest county in the United Kingdom.

Visit Harrogate – The official tourism website for our elegant and bustling town which has some of the best cafés, independent shops and open spaces in the district. From a magnificent abbey to dramatic castles, you’ll find some of Yorkshire’s grandest historical buildings not far away.

Visit York – The official visitor information service for the county town with a history stretching back to Roman times.

Regard The Chapel HG1 as your springboard to North Yorkshire.

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