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Welcome to The Kimberley Hotel

Address: 11-19 Kings Rd, Harrogate, HG1 5JY

Hotel Description

Located just 10 minutes’ walk from the centre of Harrogate, the 4-star Kimberley Hotel boasts elegant rooms which have been decorated in a contemporary style. A private bathroom, flat-screen TV and free Wi-Fi are provided in all rooms at The Kimberley. Executive and Deluxe rooms feature Egyptian cotton sheets, fluffy bathrobes and slippers. The Cullinan Restaurant serves an award-winning Yorkshire buffet breakfast daily, with Signatures Bistro open all day serving morning coffee, light lunches and casual evening meals with a spacious terrace for open-air dining. Room service is also available 24 hours and the resident’s lounge offers late night drinking. The centre of Harrogate features the Turkish Baths, Betty’s Tea Rooms, the Pump Rooms and many shops. Harrogate train station is just 10 minutes on foot, and the beautiful Yorkshire Dales are easily reached by car in just 20 minutes.

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Harrogate International Centre - Exhibition

Harrogate International Centre - Exhibition

Distance 0.22 miles (0.35 km)
HIC is a perfectly-integrated venue, where you will experience the warmth of North Yorkshire hospitality. The Harrogate International Centre, with a renowned 2000 seat auditorium interlinked with eight exhibition halls stands resplendent at the heart of this elegant town. Within walking distance of the Centre are magnificent hotels and homely guesthouses. Exciting shops and tempting restaurants adorn the town centre and stunning parks and gardens testify to Harrogate's reputation as "England's Floral Town", a 2004 Entente Florale, Europe in Bloom Winner!

Harrogate Centre - Town Centre

Harrogate Centre - Town Centre

Distance 0.42 miles (0.67 km)
Now better known for its stunning and prize winning - floral displays, Harrogate was once famous for its water. The towns spring waters are naturally rich in both iron and sulphur. Harrogate is a town packed with beautifully landscaped gardens and graceful architecture, friendly pubs and cafes, restaurants to suit all tastes and bank balances, stylish shops and many other places of interest. The Royal Baths were opened in 1897 and still prove popular amongst local people and tourists alike. Another major coup for Harrogate is its International Centre, which is widely recognised as one of Europes most important exhibition and conferencing facilities.

Yorkshire Event Centre - Exhibition

Yorkshire Event Centre - Exhibition

Distance 1.69 miles (2.7 km)
The Yorkshire Event Centre is a purpose built venue providing a contemporary, versatile space perfect for exhibitions, corporate events, conferences, product launches, dinners and awards. It has been designed to blend with its beautiful rural surroundings, and the complex has stunning views across the picturesque Crimple Valley. The Centre offers 6,300m2 of flexible event space across 2 halls that can be used equally well in conjunction with each other or on their own. Onsite cafes and 250 acres of external space providing 1000’s of free parking spaces.

Harrogate Golf Club - Harrogate - Golf

Harrogate Golf Club - Harrogate - Golf

Distance 2.07 miles (3.32 km)
The current course measures a little less than 6250 yards and is on fairly flat terrain. Its Mackenzie style greens and tree-lined fairways are a formidable but enjoyable test for all handicaps. The condition of the course is generally first class and many of the Norths largest visiting parties come back year after year. Whilst not being a long course, the layout penalizes the golfer who strays off the fairway. Subtly placed bunkers and copses of trees require the golfer to adopt careful thought and accuracy in order to better their par on this formidable course.