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Alexa House
26 Ripon Road
North Yorkshire

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Alexa House is Harrogate‚s only 4 Star Highly Commended Guest Accommodation, the hands-on proprietors Dave & Sandra ensure high levels of customer care and a warm welcome. Alexa House is a beautifully restored detached Victorian property with ample free parking, situated just a short stroll from the town. The Conference & Exhibition Halls are close by so it is the ideal place to enjoy a visit to Harrogate whether for business or pleasure. The bedrooms are contemporary in style all with en-suite facilities. Four of our rooms are in our Stable Cottages which are adjacent to the Car Park offering level access. Breakfast is served in our bright dining room where we offer an impressive range of fruit, nuts, figs and cereals to compliment our freshly cooked English breakfast grills, haddock and kippers. Many extras are provided for our guests, dressing gowns, safes, complimentary toiletries, hairdryers and tea and coffee making facilities. Free wi-fi internet access is available and there is a computer for guest use in the elegant lounge where you will also find a well stocked honesty bar.


Ratings/Awards: 4 Diamonds
Number of Rooms: 13
Number Ensuite: 13

Price per Person

Double: From £37.50
Twin: From £37.50
Single: From £45
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