Harrogate: One Night Midweek (£59) or Weekend (£75) Break, or Two Night Midweek (£89) or Weekend (£109) Break For Two at The 4* Ruskin (Up to 58% Off)
- 19th century 4* guest accommodation
- Traditional and cosy decor
- Bar on site serving local beers
- Close to Harrogate centre
- Double room for two
- Full Yorkshire breakfast each morning with fruit and cereal
- Upgrade to superior, family, or four poster room for £25 / night
Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per stay. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required by email: www.ruskinhotel.co.uk. 48 hour cancellation policy. Check-in after 4pm. Check-out by 11am. Upgrade to a family, superior, or four-poster room for £25 supplement per night. Original values based on most expensive options taken from www.laterooms.com. Valid on option purchased only. Original price verified on 20 June 2012 at 5pm.
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A 19th century manor house decked in pine and traditional decor, The Ruskin is a four star amalgamation of country gardens and city chic.
Snap up a change of scenery with today's Groupon from The Ruskin. Choose from the following options:
Break for two
With a full English breakfast each morning
• £59 for a one night stay between Sunday and Thursday (Up to 44% off)
• £75 for a one night stay on Friday or Saturday (Up to 29% off)
• £89 for a two night stay between Sunday and Thursday (Up to 58% off)
• £109 for a two night stay including a Friday or Saturday (Up to 48% off)
With majestic brickwork surrounded by lush and well-groomed gardens, The Ruskin’s interiors echo their outer charm with faraway ceilings and stretches of bay windows. A handful of rooms sport four-poster beds, while others are big enough to house a whole family, and a cosy bar serves up locally brewed beers and a range of wines and spirits. Sitting just a short pootle from Harrogate railway station, the guest accommodation is perfectly placed for explorations of the city, and railway wanders to the nearby moors, of the quint city of York.
Take a stroll down the road and soak up a spattering of Harrogate’s past with a trip to the Turkish baths on Parliament Street. The city is strewn with ancient spa buildings which have been transformed in to art galleries and museums galore, providing plenty of entertainment on rainy days. When the sunshine makes an appearance, put your horticultural hat on and explore the botanical gardens and colourful plant-life of Harrogate, showcasing flora and fauna in both public and private domain. After taking in the sights and Victorian splendour of the city, the original, world-famous Betty's Tearoom offers a taste of the past with traditional teas and sweet and savoury fare.
• Double room for two
• Full Yorkshire breakfast each morning plus fruit, cereal, and kippers
• Upgrade to superior, family, or four-poster room for £25
Train: Harrogate railway station is approximately half a mile from The Ruskin. Direct trains run from Harrogate to York and Leeds, which both have good connections to the rest of the UK.
Road:Take the A59 and cross the A1 towards Knaresborough. Turn left and continue on the A59 until it become the A6040 and you reach Harrogate. At the roundabout, turn right on to West Park Street, then continue until it becomes Ripon Road. The Ruskin will be on the right hand side.
The Ruskin receives a decent 7.1/10 from Bookers, and TripAdvisors award the accommodation a super 4/5 stars. While some reviewers found décor old-fashioned, they are keen to praise the comfort of rooms, quality of breakfast and helpful personnel.
The Ruskin is an elegant, spacious, characterful building in a quiet road only a few minutes from the town centre. The breakfast is outstanding: organic, local, and plenty of options, including kippers or boiled eggs and soldiers …
– EcoEagle, TripAdvisor, Aug 2011