Ascot House Hotel
, 53 King's Rd, Harrogate, Yorkshire.
Ascot House Hotel was once the home of the inventor and philanthropist W H Baxter. Today it is a comfortable family-run small hotel catering for both business and pleasure.
This large Victorian townhouse in a quiet leafy street is just a short stroll from Harrogate town centre and the Harrogate Conference Centre. It retains all it's typical Victorian design features, subtly blended with some more modern touches.
Each of the rooms at Ascot House include a private en suite bathroom with comfortable beds, unique features and modern amenities such as a Roberts DAB radio, flatscreen television, tea and coffee-making facilities and complimentary toiletries. All double rooms have a king-size bed and choices range from the smaller Cosy Rooms up to th Turret Room with it's special sitting area in the typical corner tower.
There is both a restaurant and a bar-lounge providing food, drinks and relaxation. And naturally, being Yorkshire, there is a hearty breakfast to start the day.