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Nidd Hall Hotel
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Nidd Hall is a Grade II listed hall in the grandest baronial style in North Yorkshire. The extensive Victorian and Edwardian gardens provide the perfect surroundings for this atmospheric building. Luxury 3 or 4 night short breaks Just for Adults inclusive of dinner, bed & breakfast and nightly entertainment are available at this hotel. The modern facilities and activities that have been incorporated into this authentic setting will ensure that you enjoy your break to the fullest. The accommodation is of a high standard from the comfortable, stylish Ambassador room to the elegance, splendour and individuality of a Royale room.

The facilities include a heated indoor swimming pool with spa pool, sauna and steam room and a fitness studio. Snooker, darts or billiards are a few of the indoor activities available. If you prefer the outdoors, you can partake in bowls, tennis, croquet or archery, simply stroll around the magnificent gardens, or take a boat out on the lake. After dinner enjoy the excellent entertainment provided by our resident band in the specially built cabaret venue. You will be able to listen to everything from jazz, rock, soul, and popular music to comedy. In addition to the in-house entertainment we also have our special entertainment breaks, which feature famous names from the world of music and comedy.

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