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The Ruin is located at an incredibly beautiful location. The views are amazing and all you can hear is the sound of the river and the chirping of the birds . It gets extremely quiet in the night. The weather was kind to us ,...More
Top place to visit for a break and relaxation.quaint and nice. Loverly views and great walks owned by landmark trust and in a lovely location above a forest with good walks.restored resting building for travellers the ruin as it is named consists of three sections...More
Fabulous, outstanding, magical, mysterious by night, the Ruin is a must vist, Hackfall is your back garden a absolute delight, a wonderful holiday in a enchanting building... Take your torch you'll need it.
Staying in a Landmark Trust property is always special and this was certainly no exception! The building has been exquisitely and thoughtfully restored and has everything you could possibly need for a comfortable stay - plus a jaw-dropping view from the terrace.
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I picked this as a surprise weekend destination for my husband's 50th birthday in March. It was outstanding in every way. The property is beautifully and sympathetically kitted out, it was spotlessly clean and toasty warm. The view from the terraces was breathtaking, particularly in...More
This little pavilion is dramatically perched above a steep wooded gorge, in the remnants of an outstanding 18th-century garden at Hackfall, conceived and created by the Aislabies. A richly decorated sitting-room opens onto a terrace and from under the ‘ruined’ arches miles of Yorkshire countryside roll out before you. The sitting-room is flanked by a bedroom and bathroom; flitting between the two wings across a moonlit terrace is a truly Gothic experience.