At a glance

  • Hotel spa

    Hotel Spa Venue

    The name of the game here is to relax and unwind with a little bit of everything – elaborate rooms, wonderful food and some very nice treatments as well, however there is no pool.

  • Award winning

    Award Winning

    Voted Tripadvisor’s Number One Hotel in the UK 2013

  • Weddings


    The picturesque venue is licensed for civil ceremonies and can cater for events with up to 200 guests and has versatile rooms for numerous events.

  • Restaurant


    The restaurant serves local produce in a menu which changes monthly to incorporate seasonal dishes.

  • Golf


    The venue’s golf course was designed by Martin Hawtree and offers coaching with PGA professionals and a driving range.

  • Scenery

    Scenic Location

    Surrounded by 300 acres of parkland in the scenic surrounds of Yorkshire, the hotel benefits from sweeping views and plenty of space for a stroll.


Rudding Park

Rudding Park Follifoot, Harrogate, North Yorkshire

Spa & Leisure

Surrounded by 300 acres of parkland Rudding Park is well positioned for all-round pampering and relaxation, and offers a boutique spa to complete the package in the £8 million Follifoot Wing. Facilities include four treatment rooms, a hammam, steam room, experience shower and relaxation area as well as a small gym; while CARITA, Aromatherapy Associates and Spiezia products are used in a range of facials, manicures, pedicures, massages, pre-natal treatments and finishing touches. The spa uses luxury product house ila in its treatments, an artisanal skincare product house with peace and purity at the forefront of their creation process.

Hotel & Accommodation

A Grade One listed Regency property in Harrogate, Rudding Park fuses contemporary design with traditional elegance and a warm, rich colour palette coursing through each of the 90 bedrooms that enjoy views of the grounds and golf course. There is also a private cinema if you are looking for some in house entertainment.

The Clocktower restaurant meanwhile has been commended for its menu of locally sourced and seasonal dishes under the direction of head chef Eddie Gray. Served against a design backdrop that evokes sunnier climes, there is a 400 year old Catalonian olive tree in the conservatory, a 27 foot limestone bar, handmade Brazilian wallpaper and a glass wine wall.