Alexa House

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

26 RIPON ROAD
Harrogate
Yorkshire
England
HG1 2JJ

Alexa House, Harrogate

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Alexa House is an elegant Victorian detached house with a contemporary feel. The well equipped bedrooms are bright and airy and provide luxury White Company toiletries and Yorkshire Tea to enhance your stay. There is a private Car Park at the rear of the building and some adjacent ground floor rooms.

Breakfast is served in the light and spacious dining room and includes a selection of fruits and nuts local farm eggs fresh fish and local preserves. You can be sure of a warm welcome whether you are on business or here to enjoy Harrogate s superb shops and restaurants or explore the magnificent Yorkshire Dales.

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From: £90.00


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