The real charm of this grand country house, with sweeping gardens, terraces, oak panelling and swish spa, lies in its warm and informal atmosphere. More
Good Hotel Guide Review
The real charm of this grand country house, with sweeping gardens, terraces, oak panelling and swish spa, lies in its warm and informal atmosphere. Staff ‘really looked after us and made us welcome’, says one reader. ‘A comfortable and homely place to stay,’ comments a long-time fan. Run by the Robinsons, a local farming family, the creeper-covered 17th-century hall has flagged and polished-wood floors, panelled walls, an orangery brasserie, and terraces overlooking walled gardens. Yet there’s nothing stuffy about the interiors, with their tartan carpets, tweed-covered armchairs, walls with hunting prints and Victorian watercolours. There is plenty of space to relax in, from the elegant drawing room and fire-warmed library bar to the spa and gardens. Spacious bedrooms have a modern country house feel, and range from ones in the main hall, with original features and antiques, to contemporary spa bedrooms and more rustic mews and coach-house rooms. The ‘excellent’ Modern British menus offer ‘variety and value’ from roast venison or cod with Thai-spiced prawns to pasta and risotto. ‘We will visit again.’ (Alwyn and Thelma Ellis, and others)
38. 9 in coach house, 6 in mews, 7 in spa, 2 suitable for disabled. 1 s/c apartment with hot tub.
all year except 24–27 Dec.
lift, bar-restaurant, brasserie, lounge, drawing room, private dining rooms, in-room TV, civil wedding licence, 4-acre garden, spa, indoor pool, tennis, 9-hole golf course, EV charging, public rooms wheelchair accessible, adapted toilet.
all day in bar, restaurant.
all ages welcomed, under-4s free, extra bed £30, children's high tea, no under-7s in restaurant in evening.
allowed in some bedrooms (no charge), not in restaurant.
Amex, MC, Visa.
B&B doubles from £145, singles from £115. À la carte 3 courses £40.
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'Spring Revival Break' Special Offer
Spring Revival Break Special Offer. An inspiring time of the year to visit the beautiful countryside of the northern dales as it comes back to life with colour and birdsong. Available for a min. 2 night stay during March, April & May to include: Complimentary tea & scones on one afternoon. English breakfast daily. Three course a la carte dinner each evening. Use of the spa facilities*. PLUS…for stays in March booked before 17th Feb the hotel will include a bottle of Champagne in your room! Staying in a Coach House room…£105 per person per night based on a 2 night stay. £95 per person per night based on a 3 night stay. Staying in a Main Hall/Mews/Spa room…£125 per person per night based on a 2 night stay. £115 per person per night based on a 3 night stay. Rates based on two people sharing a double or twin room. For single occupancy please add £50 per night to the above rates. There is a £10 per person supplement for Saturday night. *Spa use must be booked in advance due to limited numbers in the wet area at any one time and is subject to availability. UPGRADES available to Main Hall Deluxe, Suites and Hideaway apartment at additional cost. Click here to book online. Please mention the Good Hotel Guide when booking.
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