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Ash Grove
72 Kings Road
North Yorkshire

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The house is a Victorian terrace property with all guest accommodation on the first and second floors. There are two single rooms. One is en-suite, whilst the other has use of private facilities. There are then two double and two twin rooms, all with en-suite facilities. Guests are welcome to book in from midday on the day of arrival. If you wish to arrive in Harrogate earlier in the day then you are welcome to call in to check if your room is available earlier. You may wish to leave your luggage whilst you go about your business or stroll around town. Car parking is available at the rear of the Guest House. Alternative 24 hour on-street parking is available, free of charge, with permits issued by ourselves. Ash Grove is a member of the Yorkshire Tourist Board and the Harrogate and District Hotels, Guest Houses, and Restaurants Association. It also participates in the annual English Tourist Council Quality Assurance Inspections. Breakfast is included in the price of the room and consists of a full English cooked breakfast, porridge, a selection of cereals, grapefruit segments, yoghurts, juices, toast, and a hot drink. We have herbal infusions in addition to tea and coffee. Vegetarian options are available upon request.

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