Posts Tagged ‘ Harrogate ’

If I had £500 million

Jan 29th, 2020 | By
poster for Borders railways

Not wishing to look a gift horse in the mouth, for the tourist and visitor there are some things that would help tourism and make it easier for people to visit parts of our countries



Yorkshire satisfaction

Jan 18th, 2016 | By

According to LateRoooms.com, B&B’s in Yorkshire have, on average, received the best guest satisfaction scores.



A day in…Harrogate

Jul 28th, 2014 | By
with flag and bicycle for the Tour de France

Charm and individuality are two words that you could apply to this town about a forty five minute drive north of Leeds as Adrian finds when he visits Harrogate in North Yorkshire.



Torquay for the Best Hotel for Service

Jan 24th, 2010 | By

Those of us brought up on Fawlty Towers might find it hard to believe that a Torquay hotel has been named as best for service in the UK and that it has also been listed in the top 25 hotels in the world. Obviously there are no Basil’s, Manuel’s or Sybil’s at the Charterhouse Hotel which has won this accolade.
This award is for service, the most important feature of what we buy after the product itself. Even then you can cope with a product that is not perfect if the service is special. I have stayed in hotels that were not the best. The service, the attention and the fact that nothing seems too much trouble has made ordinary hotels into splendid ones. In those I have stayed in again and again. And recommended