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Acorn Lodge Hotel
1 Studley Road
Harrogate
North Yorkshire

HG1 5JU | View map

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Whether in Harrogate for business or pleasure, a stay at the Edwardian Acorn Lodge will put you where you want to be. Just minutes from the conference centre, theatres, art galleries, restaurants, Valley Gardens, Turkish Baths and a host of activities; yet our tree lined avenue is like a tranquil haven in the heart of it all.

Relax and enjoy our warm welcome, excellent breakfast and comfortable, en-suite rooms. To our many return visitors and business travellers we are the first choice when staying in Harrogate . You too can conveniently park your car in our car park and stroll into town to enjoy Harrogate ; knowing that the end of the day will bring a warm "Welcome home" and a comfortable, restful sleep.

We treat each of our guests as an individual and are delighted to arrange any little extras you might want. Simply let us know in advance and we will do our very best. Flowers, champagne, fruit basket, chocolates, stationery....if it is at all possible, we will make sure we have it waiting for you when you arrive.

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Ratings/Awards: ETC 3 Diamonds
Number of Rooms: 6
Number Ensuite: 6
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