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The hotel is packed with stunning period features, including revolving doors and polished wooden floors, combines Victorian splendour with elegant contemporary style. One of the most famous hotels in Harrogate thanks to its romantic past. Once a popular spa, it was the hideaway haven for crime queen, Agatha Christie, when she famously disappeared in 1926. In winter, you can cosy up in front of the roaring fire in the lobby. There are elegant reception rooms, including the magnificent Wedgwood restaurant, with its original glass ceiling, or the Swan Lounge & Bar, where you can relax overlooking the lawns and views of the town centre.
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Classic Escape - Classic Double
From £54.17 pppn for a 6 night stay, to £62.50 pppn for a 1 night stay
Stay in a Classic Double room and receive:
- Chilled bottle of sparkling wine in your room on arrival (value £36)
- Two course dinner for two in the Wedgwood Restaurant on the first evening (value £22pp)
- Full English breakfast daily
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- Stunning period features
- Contemporary bedrooms
- Elegant Wedgwood Restaurant
- Short walk to town centre
- Luscious lawns and gardens
- Wealth of attractions on the doorstep
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The Old Swan
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Afternoon Tea is served on selected days from 2pm – 5pm
Car parking is available on site at an additional charge of £10.00 per car, per day
There are no ground floor rooms, the hotel does have a lift. There are limited rooms with walk in showers but these cannot be guaranteed. This hotel is not suitable for guests with mobility issues.
Children's rollaway/ Z beds are charged at £20.00 per child per night including breakfast. Children are chargeable up to the age of 16. Cots are provided free of charge. Please contact us for availability.
Classic rooms cannot accommodate children,
History of the hotel
The Old Swan has a history going back nearly 200 years, including being the tranquil haven that the mistress of crime-writing, Agatha Christie, famously disappeared to in 1926. This resulted in a public furore lasting 11 days when she could not be traced - only to be found under the pseudonym of 'Mrs Teresa Neele' from Cape Town.
All rooms are dogs friendly .There is an additional charge of £10.00 per night.
Dogs are not permitted in the restaurant, guests can dine in the bar area. Dogs must not be left unattended.
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