The White Hart Hotel

The White Hart

The White Hart - Credit: Archant

The White Hart Hotel is one of the finest hotels in Harrogate, and has been welcoming visitors to the spa town for over 200 years.

Offering a 2 AA Rosette restaurant, wedding venue, conference facilities and quality accommodation all within a beautiful Georgian manor house.


Located in the heart of the town’s antiques quarter, The White Hart Hotel is a few minutes stroll from the stunning Victorian town centre, only minutes from the Harrogate International Centre and close to the famous Valley Gardens Victorian Park. The hotel comprises 53 bedrooms, nine conference rooms and parking for over 50 vehicles.


The White Hart Tea Rooms serves homemade cakes and patisseries throughout the day, with a wide selection of teas and coffees available. The Brasserie offers an informal dining experience serving 2AA rosette food.


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The many shops, restaurants and bars in Harrogate’s town centre can be reached with a few minute walk. The train and bus stations are both within 10 minutes’ walking distance.


The Fat Badger is the sister pub to The White Hart Hotel.


The bustling venue is one of the town’s most prevalent pubs with regular events including steak and ribs night every Monday and the beer club, which take place the first Tuesday of every month.


With its 2AA rosettes, The Fat Badger is the place to go for mouth-watering food and is a great choice for a relaxed Sunday lunch with all the trimmings. The Sunday night pub quiz is also a popular event with great prizes to be won.


The pub prides itself on serving a wide selection of local real ale and world wines, and the outdoor seating area is perfect for all year round, as heat lamps and blankets are provided.


The menu includes the Fat, Fat, Fat Badger 8oz burger, Bits and Bobs platters, perfect for sharing and a selection of pasta, risotto and salad options. The pubs black board displays daily specials using seasonal ingredients.


Open from 11am to midnight on Saturdays and weekdays, and from 11am to 10.30pm on Sundays.