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The White Hart Hotel and Conference Centre
Cold Bath Road
North Yorkshire

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The White Hart Hotel and Conference Centre has been welcoming visitors to Harrogate for over 250 years.
Its location in the heart of the town, just a few minutes from the International Centre, means that the hotel is ideally placed whether you are in town for business or pleasure.

Many of the 53 en suite bedrooms overlook the famous Stray parkland and the hotel's personal service means that guests return year after year. Next time you are coming to Harrogate, come and stay at the Hart of the town and make this your 2nd home.
The White Hart Hotel and Conference Centre has long been known as one of the leading hotels in Harrogate. Its central location in the Montpellier quarter of the town, just a few minutes stroll from the International Centre means that this are the ideal venue for business or pleasure.


Ratings/Awards: AA 3 Star
Number of Rooms: 53
Number Ensuite: 53

Price per Room:

Price Includes: Breakfast
Double: From 95
Twin: From 95
Single: From 75
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