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Rudding Parks, Cottages & Lodges
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Choose from our traditional stone built houses in the beautiful grounds of Rudding Park or our timber lodges set in delightful woodland clearings, many overlooking a small lake. We can offer holiday accommodation of the highest standard combined with a peaceful and friendly atmosphere all year round. Each property is comfortably furnished and fully equipped with highest quality fittings and utensils.

Located just 3 miles south of Harrogate Rudding Park boasts the Deer House family pub, shops, swimming pool, children’s playground and 18 hole golf course. Set in 50 acres of parkland with lovely gardens, magnificent views and convenient location we feel sure the most discerning visitor will enjoy their visit to Rudding Park and we look forward to welcoming you soon.


Ratings/Awards: 3 Star Self-Catering
Tourist Board Members: Yes
Months Open: All Year
Number of Units: 15
Unit Type: Cottages & Lodges
Price Guide: £550 (ave - sleeps 4)
Nearest Major Town: Harrogate
Distance: 3 miles
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