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Middlethorpe Hall & Spa
York's top spot is this breathtaking 17th-century country house set in 20 acres of parkland that was once the home of diarist Lady Mary Wortley Montagu...
The White Swan Inn
The top spot in town successfully combines a smart pub, a superb restaurant serving local produce cooked with a Continental twist, and a luxurious boutique hotel...
Victorian grace at its opulent best is the theme of our favourite hotel in town, a conversion of the former Leeds & County Liberal Club...
Harrogate Brasserie Boutique Hotel
Stripped pine, leather armchairs and subtle colour combinations make this one of Harrogate's most appealing places to stay...
Hazlewood Castle Hotel
A splendid castle converted into a handsome boutique hotel with 21 doubles aimed to make you feel like a bit of returning royalty...
De Vere Hotel Oulton Hall
Leeds' only five-star property is this magnificent neo-classical house set in its own grounds just outside the village of Oulton. It has all the trimmings, from a suitably grand staircase to a modern leisure centre with pool...
The Mount Royale Hotel
A grand, early 19th-century listed building that has been converted into a superb luxury hotel, complete with a solarium, beauty spa and outdoor heated tub and swimming pool...
Best Western Plus Dean Court Hotel
With a commanding position directly across from the minster (you'll only get a church view from the superior rooms), this fine hotel has large, comfortable rooms, although we'd have to put a question mark next to some of the chintzy, pseudo-Georgian d...
The Beverley Arms Hotel
Beverley's top spot is a very elegant Georgian coaching house with all the trimmings, a handsome combination of old-world style and contemporary comfort.
Leeds' oldest hotel got a much-needed makeover and can now compete with the rest. The rooms are tidy, modern if a little small, but the central location - close to restaurants, nightlife and the train station - is second-to-none...
The Red Lea Hotel
An elegant terrace of six Georgian houses makes up this popular choice, which has large rooms rich in velvet drapes, lush carpets and king-size beds...
Radisson Blu Hotel, Leeds
The newest bit of luxury to hit Leeds is the extraordinary conversion of the listed former HQ of the Leeds Permanent Building Society. The standard rooms are anything but, and you have a choice of three styles: hi-tech, Art Deco and Italian...
Scarborough's most famous hotel has a lavish Regency interior, grand staircase for Shirley Bassey-style entrances, and smart rooms, some with sea views...
Park Plaza Leeds
Among the first of the really trendy hotels to open in Leeds, the Park Plaza has stood up well to both time and the latest competition with its skyscraper Zen look and pared back style...
Best Western The Kings Head Hotel
Right on Market Pl, Richmond's fanciest hotel was once described by the painter Turner as 'the finest in Richmondshire'. That was a long time ago...
The Crown Spa Hotel
This grand old hotel opened its nearly regal doors in 1845 and has been going strong ever since, changing constantly with the times. It looks fancy and Victorian, but inside it's just another comfortable business-style hotel.
Malmaison Hotel Leeds
Self-consciously stylish, this typical Malmaison property is set in a former bus and tram company HQ with a fabulous waterfront location and all of the trademark touches: huge, comfy beds, sexy lighting and all the latest designer gear.
Hilton Leeds City
A big and unremarkable-looking Hilton just south of the train station is surprisingly more pleasant inside than it looks from the outside. Rooms are big, bland and very comfortable.
Kingston Theatre Hotel
Kingston upon Hull
Overlooking leafy Kingston Sq, close to the New Theatre, this hotel is one of the best options in the city centre, with elegant bedrooms, friendly service and an excellent breakfast.
Radisson Blu Hotel, Leeds
An extraordinary conversion of the former HQ of the Leeds Permanent Building Society, the Radisson inhabits a listed building dating from 1930, with 'standard' rooms that are anything but...
Judges Lodgings Hotel
Despite being housed in an elegant Georgian mansion that was built for a wealthy physician, this is really a place for the party crowd to crash – it's within easy reach of city centre pubs, and the hotel's own lively courtyard bar rocks late into the ...
Housed in a former grammar school building, Sheffield's first boutique hotel brings some much-needed style and sophistication to the city's accommodation scene (but without a London-sized price tag)...