Dating back to 1671, the beautiful Best Western Plus Cedar Court Hotel sits within the picturesque spa town of Harrogate and was one of the town’s very first purpose built hotels. Boasting a birds’ eye view over the 200 acre Stray, a beautiful area of parkland, this fabulous Grade II listed hotel is a popular choice for dining too, offering both a fantastic restaurant and stylish lounge bar. For those guests who prefer a more casual space in which to enjoy a meal, the Cedar Court’s lounge bar is just the ticket.
The menu sticks to traditional pub style dishes in the lounge bar, with generously portioned, well-priced options to suit everyone. The Yorkshire style beer battered cod and chunky chips served with a homemade tartare sauce and mushy peas is always a popular choice, as is the signature Cedar Court burger topped with cheddar, relish, gherkins, tomato, lettuce and crispy onion rings, and served in toasted brioche bun with fries. Sandwiches range from the hearty fish finger sandwich with tartare sauce, rocket leaves, chunky chips and a floured bap, to the traditional cheese and pickle, whilst there are soups and salads for those wanting a lighter bite to eat.
The lounge bar mixes up the period features of the hotel with contemporary touches, with attractive wood panelling and tall pillars contrasting with modern leather bucket style seating and swanky carpeting. The perfect place from which to kick back and unwind over a drink and a meal, the lounge bar at the Cedar Court Hotel by Best Western Plus is a fine choice in Harrogate.