It’s good to be a tourist in your own town, taking the time to enjoy what’s on your doorstep. I’m so lucky to have grown up in Harrogate and be able to raise my family here now. It’s changed such a lot over the years but I love how it balances history with modernity. So for all those who asked, here’s how I like to while away a few hours in my back yard.
Posts in the Harrogate category
If you’re searching for some really special Christmas gifts or treats, I’m pretty confident you’ll be able to find something at one of these two places.
Celebrating local food producers, Fodder food hall and cafe in Harrogate is always a treat and the afternoon tea is a very Yorkshire affair too. Take a hungry friend with you!
The original Latin American restaurant chain, Las Iguanas, celebrates its 25th anniversary this year and we’ve finally got a branch in Harrogate. Me and the mister went along to share a lunch and imagine we were in sun-drenched Havana.
Coincidentally, I had a couple of emails drop in my inbox this January, which were totally unconnected and yet exactly what I felt my burnt out mind, body and spirit was craving. Reflexology is something I’ve never really tried before but have always been fascinated by and yoga, well me and yoga have never really got on when I’ve tried it in the past but all that has now changed.