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Green and pleasant land
This is a land that has inspired poets, writers and artists for generations. Overlooking green open fields and bordering the famous Valley Gardens and The Pine Woods, you too will be charmed by the beauty of Sussex Court. Yet, it is also within walking distance of Harrogate’s finest shops, boutiques and restaurants.
Surrounded by 200 acres of open parkland called The Stray and the gateway to the Yorkshire Dales, Harrogate is as much about escaping from it all, as it is being a part of it all. Then there’s the tranquillity of The Pine Woods and the English Heritage grade II listed Valley Gardens.
Covering 17 acres, this wonderful spot comes complete with beautiful historical buildings and a wide variety of shrub and flower beds. You can also enjoy the award winning public gardens at RHS Garden Harlow Carr. One of Yorkshire’s most relaxing and innovative gardens, this stunning 58 acre garden showcases year round horticultural excellence.
A sense of wellbeing
Harrogate is renowned for offering an unrivalled quality of life. For the second year in a row, it’s been named as Britain’s happiest place to live. With its broad tree-lined streets, picturesque floral displays, Victorian heritage, grand hotels, stylish shopping, and famous tea rooms, it’s a truly uplifting place to live.
Full of culture and history, Harrogate is a vibrant place with a great deal to offer. It was and still is famous for its spa town status and you can unwind at the luxurious Turkish Baths. The Royal Hall Theatre is a stunning Edwardian concert hall and attracts world-class events from classical music and comedy to popular music. For leisure, Oakdale Golf Club is 1 mile from Sussex Court, located on the Duchy. The Academy gym & spa is 1.7 miles away.
From Jamie Oliver’s Italian, to the famed Drum and Monkey seafood restaurant and the charming Bistro, it’s heaven for food-lovers. William & Victoria is a family run restaurant and wine bar serving traditional British food in the heart of Harrogate while Sasso is renowned for its Italian fine dining with stylishly presented authentic Emilia Romagna dishes.
If you like to entertain friends with your own cuisine, then Weetons Food Hall is a top food emporium where you can source the freshest local produce and the finest food and drink from round the world. If you’re looking for shops and casual places to eat, the Montpellier Quarter is home to an array of exclusive shops, pavement cafés, bars, award winning restaurants and the ‘Antiques and Art Centre of the North’.
For families, Harrogate has an excellent choice of schools, including some of the highest-performing secondary schools in North Yorkshire. The Duchy Estate is also a top location for some of Harrogate’s best private schools. There are a range of high performing primary and secondary schools, including Harrogate Ladies College & Brackenfield School all within walking distance of Sussex Court.
For commuters, Harrogate has great rail links to London, Leeds, York, Edinburgh and Manchester, as well as good road networks to the surrounding areas. For journeys further afield, Leeds/Bradford International Airport is 13.4 miles away.
Distances and times are approximate.