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B and Bs in Harrogate

Azalea Court
Harrogate
North Yorkshire

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Privately owned and run, this bed and breakfast is situated directly opposite the International Centre, Conference Centre and Exhibition Centre.
Azalea Court has a spacious entrance hall leading to 12 bedrooms including single, double, twin and family rooms, each pleasantly furnished and decorated. There is a large floodlit car park to the rear of the guest house.
The town centre is just a few minutes walk away, where there are many good restaurants, shops and pubs. Harrogate is a town with many immaculate gardens, and the newly re-furbished Turkish baths, Royal Hall and swimming pool.

The Azalea Court offers budget guest accommodation located in the centre of Harrogate, across the road from Harrogate International Centre. You can expect to stay in a clean, comfortable house with friendly staff and a good breakfast. There is an intercom reception with immediate answer. Staff will attend to guests upon check-in and check-out and for any queries within 5 minutes of ringing throughout office hours. The owner resides in the sister guest house, which just a few feet away, and is available via the intercom at all other times
This system is reflected in the price of the accommodation, which is very reasonable by Harrogate standards.
With a 4-star sister hotel around the corner, the Azalea Court will always endeavour to upgrade guests during quiet periods at no extra cost.

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