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Bridge Hotel
Walshford
West Yorkshire

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Ideally situated very close to the historic city of York, the spa town of Harrogate, and the commercial centre of Leeds; yet close by the A1/M and direct train links. The Bridge is at the very heart of Yorkshire's many delightful attractions. A short drive from Newby Hall, Harewood House, Fountains Abbey, Beningborough Hall, The North Yorkshire Moors and Heartbeat country; yet close by Knaresborough, Thirsk and Ripon.

Our bedrooms have been newly refurbished and have been designed to suit the needs of both our business and leisure guests. With digital television, hospitality tray, trouser press, cabled and wireless internet connections. Choose from our individually designed bedrooms that are themed around the county; our luxury 'Club Rooms' incorporating rich colour schemes and vibrant fabrics, or why not indulge in a sumptuous suite.

The Courtyard Restaurant is a delight not to be missed; with its Oak beams, high ceilings and a relaxing atmosphere. Offering a choice of mouth watering freshly prepared dishes, choose from our well known carving table or our individually prepared evening dinner menu.

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Price per Room:

Double: 87
Single: 67
Suite: 127
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