If you are looking for a classy & elegant hen weekend, Harrogate is for you. It has a huge array of Hen Party Activities, Hen Weekend Houses, Bars and Restaurants, Things to Do. Steeped in 18th century history, this spa town is calm by day with plenty to excite for a night out. Most places in Harrogate centre are within walking distance. Think indulgent spas, green parks, retail therapy and plenty of quirky bars, pubs, cafes and tea rooms to delight the taste buds.
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Bettys Tea room is a wonderful quintessentially English establishment sure to provide a completely indulgent experience. Enjoy a delicate cream tea with the odd glass of champagne or warming cup of tea.
Harrogate’s Victorian Turkish Baths opened in 1896 with its Moorish style, great Islamic arches and screens and vibrant brickwork. It offers a wide range of treatments & refreshments.
Choose any theme from Fame, Grease, Dirty Dancing or even vintage such as Charleston, burlesque. This ever popular workshop is sure to put a spring in everyone’s step!
Amble round the streets of Harrogate finding both leading high street names and independent boutiques. You may even find the oldest sweet shop in England for a bit of nostalgic heaven!
Tasty burgers and cocktails make this a great choice for a good meal.
The elegance and splendour of the renowned Betty’s Tea room make this a wonderful place to go for afternoon tea.
A small bar with live music, it can get busy so it is best to get there early. They do serve food if you get peckish!
There are loads of other great places in Harrogate, let us know what sort of things you like and we can come up with some ideas.
Huge countryside event with shops, livestock, exhibitions & demonstrations. Head for the food tent for some great locally produced delights.
Some great stand-up comedians meet to provide giggles galore. See more…
In the heart of Montpellier Quarter you will find the little wooden huts offering unique Christmas gifts. See more…
The train station is within the heart of the town and has links to Leeds and York for mainline connections.
Off at the A1(M) you can travel along the A59 for a direct route into the City.