Crathorne Hall sits on the edge of the Yorkshire Moors; built in 1906, its mesmerising views of the Leven Valley enhance its stately and grand feel as guests are greeted with the warmest of welcomes.
What makes a stay at Crathorne Hall unique?
Up until 1977, the hall was owned by Dugdale and played host to politicians, courted royalty and delighted socialites over the decades. Yet despite moving in stately circles, the house has always remained a place of entertainment and relaxation.
Surrounded by 15 acres of verdant woodland, explore the tranquil grounds and gardens on the woodland walk, personally created by Crathorne's gardener, Chris.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at Crathorne Hall?
Each of the bedrooms has its own unique character, all named after places in the local area, many including features such as original fireplaces, roll top baths & balconies.
There are large family bedrooms and stylish suites including the Crathorne Suite. Whichever bedroom you choose, you can expect the same high level of comfort.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Yarm area?
Located just 10 minutes from Crathorne Hall, operated by English Heritage and owned by the National Trust, Mount Grace Priory is one of the country's most important Carthusian ruins. Discover how medieval monks lived, explore the atmospheric remains of the priory and stroll in formal gardens rich in wildlife.
Explore the striking Roseberry Topping known as 'Yorkshire's Matterhorn', is visible for miles around.
Layers of geological history have shaped this iconic hill on the edge of the Moors waiting to be explored, just 14 miles from Crathorne Hall.
Among other things also discover the Darlington Railway Centre and Museum, Preston Park museum and grounds and Brontë Parsonage Museum.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
Crathorne Hall offers guests a variety of culinary experiences from fine dining at the Leven Restaurant, traditional tea in the stunning Drawing Room or the delicate taste of a private dining room, alfresco dining or the Nancy Tennant bar. At Crathorne Hall there is an option for any special occasion, or simply to indulge oneself. Crathorne Hall has also created menus just for children.
There are many pubs and restaurants a short drive from the hotel, in the local village of Yarm.