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General Tarleton Inn
Ferrensby
Knaresborough
North Yorkshire

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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 the A1 in the attractive village of Ferrensby, The General Tarleton is surrounded by glorious unspoilt North Yorkshire countryside.

The spa town of Harrogate, historic York, fascinating market towns and the stunning Yorkshire Dales and Moors are all close at hand.

Visiting on business? The General Tarleton offers a quiet retreat yet is within easy reach of The Harrogate Conference Centre and Leeds - Britain's second financial city.

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Nearest Train Station: Harrogate
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Ratings/Awards: AA 5 Star Restaurant with room
Number of Rooms: 14
Number Ensuite: 14

Price per Room:

Price Includes: Full English Breakfast and VAT
Double: From £129
Single: From £107
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Restaurant

Chef: John Topham
Awards: 2 Rosettes
Michelin Bib Gourmand

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