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Montpellier Quarter

Montpellier Quarter Harrogate North Yorkshire.

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Location: Montpellier St, Harrogate HG1 2TQ

Explore the Montpellier Quarter in Harrogate, a captivating part of the town nestled between Crescent Rd and Montpellier Hill, overlooking Prospect Gardens. This charming district features pedestrian-friendly streets adorned with beautifully restored 19th-century architecture. Today, these historic buildings house a variety of art galleries, antique shops, chic fashion boutiques, cozy cafes, and delectable restaurants, making it a sophisticated extension to the primary shopping hub around Oxford and Cambridge Sts in Harrogate.

The Montpellier Quarter, nestled in the heart of Harrogate, is a vibrant hub that boasts a rich tapestry of over 50 exclusive independent shops, health & beauty salons, charming pavement cafes, lively bars, and acclaimed restaurants. This distinctive district encapsulates the essence of Harrogate, and a short stroll from the iconic Betty’s Tea Rooms will immerse you in its cosmopolitan atmosphere.

As you explore the Quarter, you’ll be enveloped by a thriving cafĂ© culture and have the opportunity to peruse a multitude of unique, independent shops. What becomes immediately apparent is the avant-garde spirit that permeates this neighborhood, underpinned by a palpable passion for preserving Harrogate’s independence and offering a truly unique experience.

Located in Low Harrogate on the western side of the town center, the Quarter’s surroundings are a blend of high-class retail, fine dining establishments, and stylish residential apartments. Montpellier Gardens connects seamlessly to The Ginnel and Parliament Street. Within this charming locale, fashion enthusiasts can discover esteemed brands such as Toast, Hawick Cashmere, Morgan Clare, and Rocco. For those with an eye for interiors, Susie Watson Designs, Richard Grafton Interiors, Furnish and Fettle, and Tom Howley Kitchens provide an array of options. Notable additions to the Quarter include popular spots like The Slug and Lettuce, The Drum and Monkey, Tennants Auctioneers, and the timeless Betty’s tearooms.

With its pedestrianized streets lined with meticulously restored 19th-century buildings, housing art galleries, antique shops, fashion boutiques, cafes, and restaurants, the Montpellier Quarter serves as an upscale annex to the main shopping area around Oxford and Cambridge Streets, making it an essential destination for both residents and visitors seeking a one-of-a-kind Harrogate experience.

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