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Travelodge Harrogate

A Hotel in Harrogate, Yorkshire

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The Ginnel
Harrogate
Yorkshire
England
HG1 2RB

Travelodge Harrogate, Harrogate

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Located behind the Royal Baths and Spa just off Parliament Street the Travelodge in Harrogate provides contemporary quality accommodation. This Travelodge is an ideal base for visiting many of the attractions the famous spa town has to offer including the nearby Royal Pump Room Museum which stands over the original sulphur wells or exploring the surrounding countryside. Spacious en-suite rooms, television in every room and tea and coffee making facilities make Travelodge terrific value.

2 star rating

From: £28.00

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