The DealOn an afternoon visit to Cafe Fleur, patrons can tuck into finger sandwiches with fillings such as roast ham, and cheese and tuna. Next, guests can enjoy homemade fruit or cheese scones with jams and clotted cream plus assorted cake. Diners can stay refreshed with a choice of tea or coffee each. Customers should note that menu items are subject to change.
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Voted Readers' Restaurant of the Year 2013 in The Good Food Guide, and sporting two AA rosettes among its accolades, Van Zeller emanates prestige out into its Montpelier Quarter surroundings. The team provide a fine dining experience in their stylish restaurant, with a diverse selection of menus ranging from three to ten courses, while private dining and external catering services are also available.
Tickets available through the web site to collect on the door - http://www.hsap.co.uk/what-is-love-book-now.html
Sunday 14th February - An evening of live singing with a sections of the Greatest Love songs from Musical Theatre. All funds raised go to support this amazing local group and will go towards their production of Legally Blond later in the year.
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The holistic approach at this salon stems from the belief that treating the body and mind as one enables reaching optimum health. A wide range of massages, manicures and facials is on offer, with Reiki therapies also available. Embrace Holistics uses natural cosmetics from local companies for their treatments, as well as a variety of aloe vera products.
http://www.embrace-holistics.co.uk/ - boutique salon located just outside of Harrogate in North Rigton.
The Moonbeams and Friends Settle folk festival 2016 have a number of acts for your enjoyment this year, firstly The Moonbeams themselves play original music which brings out the wonderful culture of the dales, their recent album Watching Wildlife came 37th in The Telegraphs top folk albums of 2015. The William Small Small Orchestra is led by the legendary Mike Harding who is accompanied by his very own foot stomping Ceilidh band. Also joining the line up is Ben Avison and Sam Lawrence who are two very talented and outstanding local musicians again play original songs on guitars, pipes, whistles, mandolin and the accordion. Karin Grandal-Park and Rosie Glegg will play original songs together with both traditional and contemporary covers, during the songs they include the use of guitars, banjo's and harmonies. The doors open at 6.45pm and the tickets for this event are £5. For more information about this event or to get in touch with the organizers got to www.settlevictoriahall.org.uk.
Dates for Yorkshire Warrior announced for 2016 - 5 or 10 miles Rudding Estate 30th April 2016 and 10km Ripley Castle Estate 24th September 2016 - http://www.yorkshirewarrior.com/ for all entry information.
Pamper Day Package with Two Treatments and Champagne Afternoon Tea for One or Two at 4* Majestic Hotel
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The four-star 19th-century Majestic Hotel is nestled in eight acres of private gardens in the heart of Harrogate. It features 170 guest rooms with Wi-Fi access and TVs. The Majestic Restaurant offers a variety of British and European dishes, with the menu changing daily. Guests can swim in an indoor pool, relax in a sauna, work out in a gym, and enjoy a range of pampering treatments in the hotel's beauty rooms.
The Academy Café Bar
Nestled within The Academy Health Club and Spa, The Academy Café Bar offers an array of snacks and meals made from locally sourced seasonal ingredients. Guests can enjoy their food inside the eatery or in the outdoor seating area.
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The Darley Mill Centre
Situated in a 17th-century corn mill on the banks of the River Nidd, The Darley Mill Centre is home to a host of old-timey attractions. Historical features include an 18th-century miller’s cottage and a working waterwheel dating back to 1874. The site boasts a play area and pond while shops ply homeware, books, gifts and gardening items. Meanwhile, a tearoom serves meals and refreshments, harnessing local ingredients where possible.
The Yorkshire Dales in spring are a wonderful place to be. Since making my home here 30 years ago spring continues to be my favourite season for getting out and finding new places to paint.
And it is to the Dales that my touring exhibition, Places of Pilgrimage, is going next. As this collection of paintings and prints travels round the country I am "weighting" it towards each different location. So, in this show, there are new paintings of Masham, Ribblehead Viaduct, Saltaire and Coverdale.
The exhibition preview is at 7pm on Friday 18th March at the Masham Gallery, 24, Market Place, Masham, N. Yorks. HG4 4EB. Come and join us for a glass of wine if you can.
To see painitngs from the exhibition CLICK HERE and prints CLICK HERE
Settle Stories Festival is an annual celebration of stories, music, comedy and art now in its 6th year. I am delighted to have been asked to take part by reading from my book Tales of the Dales and showing some of the paintings which the stories have inspired. The reading is in the lovely surroundings of Gavagan Art at the Town Hall, Market Place, Settle, N Yorks. BD24 9EJ.