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Once a travellers’ inn, this Victorian house between Yarm and Thirsk is today a modern hotel liked for its ‘quirky accommodation’ and ‘delicious food’. More

Contact details

Cleveland Tontine
Staddlebridge,
Northallerton
Yorkshire
DL6 3JB
England
Tel 01609 882671,

Hotel information

Bedrooms

7

Open

All year.

Facilities

Lounge, bar, bistro, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), room service, function facilities, garden, parking.

Background music

In public areas.

Children

All ages welcomed.

Dogs

Allowed in bar and lounge.

Credit cards

Amex, MasterCard, Visa.

Prices

Per room B&B from £130, D,B&B from £210. Set menu £21.95, à la carte £45.

Other reviews

Good Hotel Guide Review

Once a travellers’ inn, this Victorian house between Yarm and Thirsk is today a modern hotel liked for its ‘quirky accommodation’ and ‘delicious food’. It is part of the Provenance Inns group (see The Carpenters Arms, Felixkirk, main entry). Arrive to a ‘warm welcome’ – head straight for afternoon tea, perhaps, in the ‘splendid, light-filled’ drawing room. ‘Dramatic decor’ (bold wallpaper, colourful bed coverings) adds character to the individually styled bedrooms; good amenities – magazines, a well-stocked hospitality tray, efficient secondary glazing – contribute to their comfort. In the candlelit dining room, bistro favourites are cooked ‘with flair’. A substantial breakfast includes toast ‘thickly sliced from a proper loaf’. 8 miles NE of Northallerton.

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Cleveland Tontine
Staddlebridge,
Northallerton
Yorkshire
DL6 3JB

Guest comments

'We were pleased that the individuality of the place has survivor despite the change of owners. The midweek deal was excellent value. Our room overlooking the A17 could have been noisy but secondary glazing did a good sound-proofing job. In the low-ceilinged dining room, dinner was very good: bistro favourites handled with flair. Tea and breakfast are taken in the splendid drawing. room. The Yorkshire breakfast was good; leaf teas, toast sliced from a proper loaf; tables large and comfortable. ' - DW - March, 2016
'A complete surprise inside - modern, comfortable, quirky... think Breakfast at Tiffany's. Great food - really delicious. Bedrooms are luxuriously decadent - a great night's stay. ' - LC - May, 2015

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