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Dales Hotel
101 Valley Drive
North Yorkshire

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Our warm and comfortable guesthouse overlooks the beautiful Valley Gardens and is a five minute walk from the centre of Harrogate. The Valley Gardens hosts some beautiful walks as well as a children's park and a famous Ripley ice cream café. We also have a wide variety of restaurants within walking distance to please all tastes, and we would be happy to make recommendations. The Conference and Exhibition Centre are within a ten minute stroll, making The Dales a convenient base for visiting business people and holidaymakers alike. The guesthouse itself is well decorated with a modern style. The guest rooms have very comfortable beds along with some beautiful new bathroom fixtures in most rooms. We also have a guest lounge area and a breakfast room where we serve a choice of quality breakfasts, all included in the price. We pride ourselves on the cleanliness of our establishment and the quality of our service.

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