To our customers,
Family and community are the heart of who we are, and so it’s with much sadness that we are closing our Harrogate showroom. Your health and safety are of utmost importance, and this temporary closure is our heart-felt way to help reduce the spread of COVID-19 in our communities.
Our thoughts are with all families, great and small, and we cannot wait to invite you around for a cuppa and catch-up when we re-open.
The Arlo & Jacob team
Pop in and see us at
25 - 26 West Park
Our Harrogate showroom is temporarily closed and we appreciate your understanding.
03300 945 855
Nearest Train Station
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Fancy spending the day in Harrogate?
Here are some of our favourite things to see and do in and around Harrogate
Valley Gardens Harrogate
Get back to nature at the Valley Gardens Harrogate, a stunning English Heritage Grade II Listed gardens situated in regal Low Harrogate.
The Mercer Art Gallery
Get cultured at the Mercer Art Gallery, which is home to Harrogate district's fine art collection and consists of some 2000 works of art, from the 19th and 20th centuries.
Great Yorkshire Show
Pigs and prizes. The Great Yorkshire Show is iconic, and one of the biggest agricultural events in the English calendar.
Take a walk amongst some giants. The Pinewoods is approximately 96 acres of woodland just a kilometre south-west of Harrogate centre.
Mother Shipton's Cave
Do you believe in black magic? Visit Mother Shipton’s Cave, England’s oldest visitor attraction, and find out if she can predict the future.
Become royalty (or court jesters) for the day and explore a magnificent 14th century castle and its beautiful grounds.
Bettys Cafe Tea Rooms
Time for tea? Harrogate is famous for its tea rooms, and Bettys is perhaps the most famous of them all. Established in 1919, Bettys Cafe Tea Rooms is the perfect spot for afternoon tea and some sweet treats.
And relax! Pamper yourself in the nearby Turkish baths, a historical site that originally opened in 1897.