Have only popped in to enjoy a lunch but what a delight. A 1903 late Victorian frippery of a Hotel with Georgian pretentions it delights in it's dedication to opulence. The food was fantastic and well priced. The staff friendly and engaging, services and things like current magazines and newspapers all made for an enjoyable sojourn. The grounds encourage reflective walks and solitude is easily fund if wanted. The hotel presents flawlessly and is a must do if anywhere nearby. Would also look into a meal or stay at the Tontine just down the A19 aways towards the M1. Equally nice.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Built in 1906, with captivating views of the Leven Valley on the edge of the Yorkshire Moors, Crathorne Hall is at once grand and stately, warm and welcoming. Owned by the Dugdale family until 1977, the hall has played host to politicians, courted royalty and delighted socialites over the decades. Yet despite moving in stately circles, the house has stayed true to its roots as a place of entertainment and relaxation. Now it is yours to explore. Enjoy an overnight stay in one of our 37 bedrooms (17 of which have recently been refurbished following a £4 million restoration of the Hall's East Wing), plan your perfect day and take over the hotel for your wedding or inspire your delegates with our meeting facilities. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Crathorne Hall Hotel North Yorkshire