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Conference View
Conference View
74 Kings Road

Harrogate
North Yorkshire

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Conference View holding the Quality in Tourism 3 Stars Status is perfectly suited for events at the famous Harrogate International Conference and Exhibition Centre, which is a two minute walk away. Conference View has five double/twin rooms, all of which have their own modern en-suite facilities. All of our rooms give a flavour as to the standard and warmth that can be expected at Conference View in general. We have a ground floor en-suite which is ideally suited for the less able or disabled guest, this can be accessed from via the main entrance. All rooms come with secure wireless broadband, remote TV's, central heating, tea/coffee making facilities and a radio/alarm clock. The dining room is comfortably furnished with views, via the large bay window, out to the conference centre. For the more adventurous staying at Conference View, we offer fantastic access to the historic city of York and to the beauty of both the Yorkshire Dales and North Yorkshire National Parks. With only five en-suite rooms, at Conference View we ensure that you are looked after to the highest standard and that your stay will be a memorable one.

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