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The Harrogate Guide – ‘Everything Harrogate’ With Just One Click

If you have had the chance to play a game of Harrogate Monopoly, then you will be familiar with some of the town’s landmarks and attractions.

As soon as you pass ‘GO’ you stumble across the open spaces of The Stray and Valley Gardens, public parklands and walled gardens that everyone in the town loves and benefits from. When the trees are adorned with twinkling lights, and the Christmas Market gets underway, Harrogate really does become a magical place to live and visit. The renowned Montpellier Quarter is home to many bars and restaurants including the famous Bettys, with its fabulous teas and iconic cakes.

There are many reasons, besides tea, scones and sparkling trees, to visit Harrogate or to put down roots and live here. Residents talk of their love of the range of independent businesses, the heritage of the town, the abundance of green and the stunning architecture (check out the Royal Hall and the Turkish Baths).

With so much to shout about – it seems entirely reasonable that we need a ‘one-stop-shop’ guide to Harrogate, and luckily, we have one!

Information about ‘everything Harrogate’ can be found in The Harrogate Guide. It is THE place to discover all about this beautiful spa town, whether you are a resident or a visitor. From what to do, where to go, how to get there and how much things cost to information about local jobs, the economy and transport – the Harrogate Guide has it all.

If you are one of Harrogate’s 75,000 residents, you will be interested in local news stories, the latest traffic information, school closures on snowy days and more. You’ll also want to know what events are on and how you can get tickets. With regular events at the Great Yorkshire Showground, the Harrogate Convention Centre and at the theatre, we really are spoilt for entertainment. Get your diary out, your Harrogate Guide clicked open and begin event planning!

For the 200,000 annual visitors to the town, the Harrogate Guide provides you with the low-down on where to stay Hotels or Guest Houses – Eating – Drinking it covers not only Harrogate but also the wonderfully historic Knaresborough, the City of Ripon and the stunning Pateley Bridge in Nidderdale.

Harrogate is home to Yorkshire Tea, Slingsby Gin, Harrogate Spa Water (we like our drink!) and many other dynamic businesses, as well as independents who add to the diversity of the town. The Harrogate Guide was created to be the “largest guide to Harrogate available all in one place” so, please feel free to list your company on the website here.

Harrogate is a thriving town in which to live and visit so ‘do not pass GO’ and ‘do not collect £200’ until you have checked out our guide and seen all that this beautiful town has to offer.

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