Choose from 446 vacation rentals located in Harrogate, England. Top filters in Harrogate include Internet / Wifi, TV, and Kitchen / Kitchenette. Prices range from £34 to £777 per night. Our most popular vacation rental types near Harrogate are Hotel and RV.

Top vacation rentals in Harrogate

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4.5
Excellent(1,814 Reviews)
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4star
The West Park Hotel
Garden · Pets allowed · Kitchen / Kitchenette

Soak up the beauty of Harrogate in our Hotel, The West Park Hotel. With a range of amenities such as Air conditioner, Internet / Wifi and Laundry, you'll feel right at home.

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3.6
Good(5,481 Reviews)
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4star
DoubleTree by Hilton Harrogate Majestic Hotel & Spa
Garden · Pool · Pets allowed

Business stays, family stays, couples stay, getaway vacation, and rental in Harrogate at DoubleTree by Hilton Harrogate Majestic Hotel & Spa for £105 for your next trip.

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4.1
Excellent(6,517 Reviews)
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4star
White Hart Hotel & Apartments
Kitchen / Kitchenette · Internet / Wifi · Parking

Hotel in Harrogate, for £106 per night is great for your next (business stay, family stays, couples stay, getaway vacation, etc.)

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4.0
Good(1,635 Reviews)
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4star
Hotel du Vin & Bistro Harrogate
Garden · Pets allowed · Internet / Wifi

Looking for a Hotel in Harrogate, this Hotel for £106 per night for your business stay, family stay, couples stay, getaway vacation, on your next trip.

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Vacation rentals with internet & wifi in Harrogate

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4.6
Outstanding(22 Reviews)
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 in Harrogate
Garden Mews - Harrogate Town Centre - Courtyard Garden
2 guests · 1 bedroom · 1 bath
Garden · Pets allowed · Kitchen / Kitchenette

Are you ready to indulge in a relaxing getaway? Our Condo in Harrogate has everything you need for a rejuvenating stay. Treat yourself to Garden Mews - Harrogate Town Centre - Courtyard Garden's exceptional amenities, such as Dishwasher, Internet / Wifi and Laundry.

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3.8
Good(5,324 Reviews)
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3star
The Crown Hotel
Pets allowed · Internet / Wifi · Parking

Looking to create some memories in Harrogate? Look no further than our Hotel, The Crown Hotel. Enjoy top-rated amenities including Internet / Wifi, Laundry and Pets allowed, and more.

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4.2
Excellent(2,223 Reviews)
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The Studley Hotel
Kitchen / Kitchenette · Air conditioner · Internet / Wifi

Indulge in a peaceful retreat at The Studley Hotel, our elegant Hotel in Harrogate. Enjoy amenities including Air conditioner, Internet / Wifi and Laundry, and more.

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4.3
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Crowne Plaza Harrogate, an IHG Hotel
Kitchen / Kitchenette · Air conditioner · Internet / Wifi

Looking for the perfect place to call home during your trip to Harrogate? This Hotel offers a comfort and style with top-notch amenities, including Air conditioner, Internet / Wifi and Laundry, and more.

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Harrogate travel guide

Let us help you plan your perfect Harrogate vacation. Our travel guide highlights things to do, places to see, favorite vacation rental amenities in Harrogate, and more.

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What are the most popular vacation rental amenities in Harrogate?

  • Internet / Wifi
  • TV
  • Kitchen / Kitchenette

Where Is Harrogate Located?

A mineral spa town in North Yorkshire lies Harrogate, located east of the sprawling Yorkshire Dales National Park and half an hour north from Yorkshire’s commercial center of Leeds. Voted three years in a row as the “Happiest Place in Great Britain,” incidentally the town also has the highest property prices in Yorkshire.

What Is Harrogate Known For?

Harrogate is commonly known as a fashionable spa holiday town, founded after the discovery of Tewit Well in 1571. The city’s reputation increased in the early 20th century, as Charles Dickens called it, “the queerest place, with the strangest people in it, leading the oddest lives of dancing, newspaper-reading and dining.” Many baths and spa rooms are available to visitors today. Aside from spas, the town’s latest booming industry happens to be conferences, due to its centralized but quiet location, as well as an assortment of accommodations.

A Quick Guide to Harrogate

  • Royal Pump Room Museum: Built directly over a sulphur spring in 1842, the Royal Pump Room Museum tells the story of how the spa phenomenon influenced the development and notoriety of the town. A few small exhibits include photographs of spa treatments of a bygone era, costumes, tonic bottles, and a few items from Egypt that have local connection. The museum tour includes a trip down to see and smell the wells. Visit before your session at the Turkish Baths to gain a more complete appreciation of “taking to the waters.”
  • Turkish Baths and Health Spa: The best-restored, most historically complete Victorian Turkish bath in England is Turkish Baths and Health Spa, which has been in operation since 1897. Stunning Moorish design coats every surface, from the mosaic-tiled floor to painted ceiling, and the Islamic arches in between. Amenities include a traditional warm relaxation room, steam room, three saunas with increasing temperature, and a cold-plunge pool, in addition to private treatment rooms. The classic ritual is meant to be experienced as a circuit to gradually increase heat in the body and then cool down; then repeated as many times as desired. The facility also offers a comprehensive spa treatment menu inspired by global traditions. Guided tours are available on weekday mornings.
  • Valley Gardens: Covering 120 total acres including 17 acres of formal gardens, Valley Gardens is ideal for leisurely strolling after a long soak or a delicious meal. The area used to be called Bog’s Field because of the 35 natural springs found within the grounds. There are many activities available within the gardens including tennis, disc golf, a paddling pool, a playground, and a skatepark. In the summer months, you’ll find a bandstand hosting concerts on Sunday afternoons.
  • RHS Garden Harlow Carr: RHS Garden Harlow Carr is known as the northern outpost of the Royal Horticultural Society and a jewel in Harrogate’s crown, featuring designs and specimens that reflect the Yorkshire landscape. It’s a walkable one and a half miles through Pinewoods, from the southwest end of Valley Gardens or just a few minutes by car from Harrogate center.

Popular Destinations Near Harrogate

  • Brimham Rocks: Ten miles northwest of Harrogate in the Nidderdale Area of Natural Beauty is an otherworldly variety of craggy rock formations in a lightly wooded area called Brimham Rocks. It’s fun to wander around and climb on the rocks to get fantastic scenic views. You can also check out nearby Fountains Abbey for a double adventure.
  • Fountains Abbey & Studley Royal Water Garden: Fountains Abbey & Studley Royal Water Garden consists of expansive ruins of a Cistercian Abbey founded in 1132 that remained in use for 400 years; it is easy to imagine how impressive it was in its prime. Follow a nearby path to access the well-maintained gardens and deer park. The grounds include a visitor’s center, a restaurant, a lake, and St. Mary’s church.
  • Harewood Estate: An intriguing place to explore eight miles south of Harrogate on the way to Leeds, Harewood Estate is a lavishly decorated mansion that remains privately owned by the family that built it in 1759. There are a large number of rooms open for visitors to see. The mansion is full of Chippendale furniture and an incredible fine art collection. It is also surrounded by Capability Brown-designed gardens. It has a nationally recognized conservation program, accredited museum, and licensed zoo with 56 species of birds in the Bird Garden including flamingos, penguins, and cranes. The grounds consist of two cafes, a tearoom, an ice cream kiosk, a farm experience, and multiple well-organized educational programs for children and adults.

Best Neighborhoods in Harrogate

  • Low Harrogate & Montpellier Quarter: A charming neighborhood of pedestrian streets, at Low Harrogate & Montpellier Quarter, you can wander and admire the restored 19th century buildings hosting boutiques, cafes, and restaurants. Here, you will also find the Royal Pump Room Museum, Turkish Baths & Health Spa, and the entrance to Valley Gardens.
  • Central Harrogate: Central Harrogate is adjacent to Montpellier Quarter and bounded by “The Stray” greenbelt on the south and east. It’s a lively area with many upmarket, designer stores, and the location of Victoria Shopping Centre. Cambridge and Oxford Streets are pedestrian-only, while the Royal Baths and Parliament Street are the center of nightlife.
  • Knaresborough: A suburb four miles northeast of central Harrogate, Knaresborough is less travelled by tourists but it is directly accessible by train. The curious local sites include the remains of Knaresborough Castle, medieval Chapel of Our Lady of the Crag, multiple limestone caves from the Middle Ages, and a railway viaduct over the River Nidd.

What is the price range for rentals in Harrogate?

Vacation rentals in Harrogate have a price range between £34-£777. The average price for rentals in Harrogate is £134 per night.

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