Here are some other hotels nearby that we have reviewed
6 miles away
Much altered since it was begun in 1695, the Cunliffe-Lister family’s neo-Gothic, castellated fantasy castle is ‘a very special place, grand and imposing’, in ‘simply glorious’ pleasure grounds and parkland.
On the edge of the village, with sweeping views over Wensleydale, this Victorian rectory B&B in landscaped gardens is slightly austere without, belying exuberant and stylish interiors, mixing antique and modern pieces, contemporary artworks, cool bathrooms and cocktails.
From amuse-bouche to dessert, dinner in the candlelit dining room is the highlight at this Georgian town house on a cobbled street in this market town, but that is not to fault the individually styled bedrooms or excellent breakfast.
A riverside conversion of a Victorian grammar school and headmaster’s house gains an A* for splendid, characterful, boutique-style bedrooms, some with terrace and hot tub, and short, set-price, foodie-pleasing menus.