The Bridge Hotel & Spa

At a glance

  • Corporate

    Corporate Venue

    There is a choice of eight meeting rooms that can cater for anything from two to two hundred delegates, providing a conference venue with a luxurious twist.

  • Hotel spa

    Hotel Spa

    The Bridge Hotel and Spa offers a complete range of leisure facilities and treatments.

  • Hen friendly

    Hen Friendly

    The hotel offers tribute nights and spa packages that are ideal for hen parties and girly breaks.

  • Beach


    There is an outdoor hot tub, private terrace, outdoor log sauna, and a small outdoor relax area with swing chairs – ideal spot to take in some summer sun.

  • Scenery

    Scenic Location

    A little distance from York and Harrogate, The Bridge is surrounded by its own neat gardens, with the rolling Yorkshire countryside beyond.

  • Restaurant


    The Courtyard Restaurant serves local delicacies and a traditional Sunday Lunch, while the Byron Bar Menu offers something a little lighter.


The Bridge Hotel & Spa

The Bridge Hotel & Spa, Walshford, Wetherby, North Yorkshire,
LS22 5HS

Spa & Leisure

Close to the spa town of Harrogate in North Yorkshire, famed for its reputedly healing ‘chalybeate’ or iron infused waters discovered in the 16th century, it is perhaps unsurprising that the staff at The Bridge really know what they are talking about when it comes to relaxation. Including a heat and ice experience that features an apple wood sauna, eucalyptus crystal steam room, drench shower, Japanese foot spas, an ice fountain, an outdoor hot tub and plunge tub, and a Nordic barrel sauna, the spa is also home to a Snooze Room complete with its own balcony for the summer months, and hanging chairs in the Lavender Courtyard. Alongside multiple treatment rooms, there is a rasul mud room and dry floatation available, as well as a collection of face and body treatments.

Hotel & Accommodation

Owing its name to the 12th century bridge crossing the nearby River Nidd, The Bridge became a coaching station for stagecoaches in the 1800s – which is still reflected in its architecture, while the hotel and spa that it is today boasts traditional ‘Yorkshire hospitality’ and offers four different room categories with bright and cosy colour schemes.

Steeped in history, it is fitting that the bar is named Byron after the wayward Lord but with its oak panelling and inglenook fireplace it provides a cosy environment for an aperitif, while The Courtyard Restaurant with its local delicacies is a delight not to be missed.