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Willow Farm
Burn Bridge Road
Harrogate
North Yorkshire

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Willow Farm is a friendly Bed and Breakfast in a restored farmhouse set in two acres on the south side of Harrogate. We aim to provide a peaceful and comfortable environment for guests to relax and unwind. Please note we do accept credit/debit cards at Willow Farm. There are two spacious double bedrooms. Each bedroom has• Easy ground floor access • Comfortable king sized double bed • Flat screen LCD TV and DVD• Free WiFi • Luxury bathrooms with walk-in shower and underfloor heating • Hairdryer and quality toiletries • Drinks tray with Yorkshire biscuits, Harrogate Spa mineral water and a glass of wine. Bedrooms are allocated on arrival. One bedroom has an en suite bathroom with walk in shower. The other bedroom has a private bathroom with walk in shower adjacent to the bedroom (not en suite). A full English or Continental breakfast is served in the spacious conservatory which also has comfortable seating where visitors can relax in the evening. On warm evenings guests may enjoy sitting outside in the garden. Breakfast is freshly prepared using locally sourced produce where possible. Evening meals are available at the local pub, The Black Swan. There are numerous restaurants, bistros and cafes in central Harrogate with a range of menus to suit all tastes and budgets. Willow Farm is in the village of Burn Bridge, three miles from Harrogate town centre, the Conference Centre, RHS Harlow Carr Gardens, Betty's tea rooms and the Great Yorkshire Showground. Willow Farm has ample free parking and free Wi Fi. We are entirely non-smoking. French and German are spoken.

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