Knaresborough

Knaresborough a few miles east of Harrogate is a large old market town famous as the birthplace of Mother Shipton, the settlement guarded by its ruined castle easily found from junction 47 of the A1(M)... Read More

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"A terrific place to visit is Mother Shipton’s Cav...more

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Knaresborough has arguable the most photographed railway viaduct in the ...More

Knaresborough Events

April
Knaresborough Easter Fayre
June
Knaresborough Bed Race
Medieval Living History Day
August
Feva
Knaresborough Chic Vintique Fair
Knaresborough FEVA
December
Knaresborough Christmas Market
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General Tarleton Inn

General Tarleton Inn
The General Tarleton is a traditional 18th century coaching inn with fourteen en-suite bedrooms.

Since taking charge John and ClaireTopham have created an award-winning brasserie and restaurant with its own unique style and atmosphere.

Conveniently close to ... More | Double Room: From £129 | visit website
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The Old Royal Oak

The Old Royal Oak

Our recently converted 18th Century, grade II listed barn, serves as the new B&B – each room offering comfortable and peaceful accommodation with disabled access; is situated in the centre of the historic market ... More | Double Room: From £70 | visit website

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The New Inn

The New Inn

Superbly situated in the Dales village of Burnt Yates you will find the New Inn. This beautifully maintained traditional inn first opened its doors as a hostelry in 1810. Today it has the perfect ingredients ... More | visit website

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Dower House Hotel

Dower House Hotel

In the market town of Knaresborough, just 4 miles from the A1(M) and 3 miles from Harrogate, this charming hotel offers a warm and friendly welcome to business and leisure customers alike. Close to the Harrogate ... More | visit website

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