When you in-vision a Yorkshire hotel , you think of peace, tranquility and a sense of escapism from the outside world, here is my top 3 places in Yorkshire to escape to when you’re in need of a rest.
Wrea Head Hotel
Located on the outskirts of the seaside town Scarborough this luxury hotel is listed within the top 10 Yorkshire hotels on Trip Advisor. With an elegant backdrop of the North Yorkshire Moors National Park, this hotel is arguably the most popular hotel in Scarborough for comfort, quality service and luxury. The hotel is a have for those looking to getaway from the pressures of everyday life, with grounds covering acres of land it’s picturesque and beautiful. The staff are extremely attentive and offer 24 hour service to met any customers needs and there is also a dedicated kitchen of quality chefs ready to dish you up some of the finest cuisine in the land. This Michelin recommended restaurant is first class, and offers delicious traditional British food and a selection of quality wines. Overall it’s definitely one of my favourite places to relax, chill and watch the world pass me by.
Located in the heart of the town of Knaresborough this delightful little hotel is the perfect retreat for anyone wanting to explore an entirely new setting. The hotel is perched overlooking the river Nidd, the viaduct and the ancient castle of Knaresborough and is central to the town’s local amenities.
The Gallon House is owned by well known Yorkshire chef Rick Hodgson and the food is splendid, from seasonal dinner menus to freshly prepared Yorkshire breakfasts the food is first class.
If you’re looking for relaxation why not take a walk along the river Nidd, or explore the gushing beauty of Knaresborough’s surrounding countryside.
The Devonshire Arms[/fancy_header3] The Devonshire Arms make for a break to those seeking relaxation and tranquility.Situated on the edge of the Duke of Devonshire's 30,000 acre Bolton Abbey Estate in the Yorkshire Dales it is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful and unexploited area in England. With ruined abbeys, historic castles and stately homes all waiting to be explored it is an adventure with sublime surroundings. There is also retail therapy on your doorstep with Harrogate and Leeds not far away so if you want to get the plastic out and spend your hard earned cash there will be ample opportunity to do so. Undoubtedly one of my favourite places to visit, the scenery alone is nothing short of spectacular and i truly believe you will come back refreshed and rejuvenated, a must for anyone wanting a quality Yorkshire hotel.