North Yorkshire Hotels

Premier Inn, York & Scarborough, from £29 room only.

Ancient architecture, seaside towns, and beautiful countryside attract hundreds of visitors to North Yorkshire each year. York itself is a popular destination for business travellers and fans of city breaks, while the surrounding countryside is great for families and sports enthusiasts. Premier Inn have hotels in North Yorkshire which are suitable for everyone; from families with young children, to business travellers who need accommodation.

Website: Premier Inn.

The Majestic Hotel, Harrogate, 4 star.

A Victorian landmark, the 4 star Majestic Hotel is situated at the heart of the spa town of Harrogate. 170 bedrooms, 1 mile from Harrogate train station. Set in 8 acres of grounds. Adjacent to International CentreHealth Club & swimming pool. 12 miles from Leeds Bradford Airport. Beauty rooms. Close to Yorkshire Dales National Park. Conference facilities, Free WiFi

Website: The Majestic

The Old Swan, Harrogate.

The Old Swan is one of the most famous hotels in Harrogate, Yorkshire, with a history going back nearly 200 years. Surrounded by picturesque lawns and gardens, and just a short walk from the town centre and the Harrogate International Centre, it combines Victorian splendour with contemporary luxury. From its revolving doors to its famous glass-ceilinged Wedgwood Restaurant, The Old Swan Hotel Harrogate exudes romance and mystery.

Website: The Old Swan.

Hotel du Vin & Bistro, Harrogate.

Created from a row of eight Georgian-styled houses that have been used as a hotel since the 1930s, Hotel du Vin & Bistro Harrogate features 48 bedrooms and airy loft suites. Located close to the town centre, the Harrogate hotel overlooks The Stray, a magnificent 200-acre common, and offers a billiards room, cellar snug, a Spa du Vin with its extensive range of treatments and alfresco dining in the courtyard during the summer months.

Website: Hotel du Vin.

Best Western York Pavillion Hotel, York, AA 3 star.

The BEST wESTERN York Pavillion Hotel enjoys a prime position just a mile from the centre of York, 25 minutes walk along the river into town.

Website: Best Western York Pavillion.

Middlethorpe Hall & Spa, York.

Middlethorpe Hall is a William and Mary country house, built in 1699 of mellow red brick with limestone dressings, for Thomas Barlow, a master cutler from Sheffield. It was bought in the 1980s and reopened as a luxury hotel, Restaurant and Spa in 1984, rescued from decay, caringly and lovingly restored by Historic House Hotels. In September 2008, Middlethorpe Hall and the other two Historic House Hotels became the inalienable property of the National Trust by donation, with all profits benefiting the houses and the charity.

Website: Middlethorpe Hall.

Hillcrest Guest House, York. (Enjoy England.com 3 star guest accommodation)

Welcome to Hillcrest Guest House Bed and Breakfast Accommodation, Single, Double, Twin and Family Ensuite Rooms. Hillcrest Guest House, York, is a privately owned and run Bed and Breakfast Accommodation in York, North Yorkshire. Close to York City Centre and other of York’s Attractions like York Minster, York Races, and McArthur Glen Shopping Outlets, York Railway Museum, York Theatre Royal and other York Entertainment.

Website: Hillcrest Guest House.

The White Swan Inn, Pickering.

Situated in the historic market town of Pickering on the edge of the North Yorkshire Moors The White Swan is a traditional 16th century coaching inn offering the ultimate in fuss free luxury and relaxation. It is the fusion of real Yorkshire hospitality and homely comfort which makes us so special.

Website: The White Swan Inn.