More than just a good night's sleep

Harrogate (East), Knaresborough

The Kestrel
Wetherby RoadPlomptonKnaresboroughHG5 8LY
Tel: 0845 11 26 033

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If you're looking for budget accommodation in Knaresborough or near to Harrogate Conference Centre, this country lodge in nearby Plompton is perfect for both short breaks and business trips.

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Facilities

  • Family Room
  • Iron and Board
  • Onsite Parking
  • Direct-Dial Telephone
  • Flat Screen TV and Freeview
  • Free WiFi
  • Hot Breakfast
  • Meeting room 30 seats

Contact us: 08451 551 551

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By Road

  • You can easily reach the lodge from the A1(M) via Junction 47
  • Take the A59 for Harrogate and follow the A658 over two roundabouts
  • At the third roundabout turn right onto the A661 - Wetherby Road
  • You’ll find the lodge on the left, at The Kestrel Vintage Inn

By Rail

  • Harrogate Station is less than 3 miles away, with a 30-minute connection to York and a 40-minute connection to Leeds
  • Leeds Bradford International Airport is about 13 miles south, just off the A658 - Bradford to Harrogate Road

Knaresborough Rail Station: 2.6 miles

Starbeck Station: 2.8 miles

Leeds Bradford International Airport: 12.9 miles

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If you're looking for budget accommodation in Knaresborough or near to Harrogate Conference Centre, this country lodge in nearby Plompton is perfect for both short breaks and business trips.

The lodge is well placed for exploring the many charms of picturesque Knaresborough, historic Harrogate and unspoilt cathedral city Ripon. It's also an ideal base-camp for anyone wanting to immerse themselves in the Yorkshire Dales.

Along with 10 comfy en-suite rooms, there's a pub serving a tempting menu of hearty, seasonal food together with a range of cask ales and wines. It's so cosy you could end up cancelling the hiking and sightseeing in favour of a day eating and drinking instead.

But you wouldn't want to miss Harrogate's tourist treasures. Delve into antique shops, relax at the Turkish Baths, or sip a Darjeeling at Betty's iconic tearooms. Nearer home you can hunt out the cave of infamous Yorkshire witch Mother Shipton or marvel at the 30 acres of intriguing mineral formations at Plompton Rocks.