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lived in Harrogate for 16 years and moved away 2 years ago .Do come back regular as don't live far away but this is one street that does nothing for me .Used to have a great Café Rouge which we used to use for breakfast...More
I used to love this street many decades ago. Who can forget the rum babas at The Corfu Cafe. Sadly now it is mainly charity shops and little of interest. Even the beautiful curtain fabric shop has gone. But at least the little plant stall...More
We met here, by previous arrangement, on a very pleasant afternoon this past Mid July and were luckily blessed with outside seating, clean, and ready for our capture. Looking for snacks, as we were already booked for the evening at our favourite Chinese, we have...More
Visit Harrogate’s Beulah St and enjoy cafes and quality charity shops. An EXCELLENT charity shop is St Michael’s Hospice Shop just one minute away in Station Parade, just down from the bus station.
Well worth crossing the road,
Almost opposite the station, Beulah Street is a superb introduction to the style and shops of Harrogate. With some of the original arcade intact, this street houses bookshops, cafes, a department store and the upmarket shops that Harrogate excels in.
There are many more interesting streets in Harrogate, both from the point of view of architecture, or of actual shops found there. A preponderance of charity shops in this pedestrianised street. Not worth any detour. Just a run of the mill shopping street.