Nestled on the edge of the North York Moors National Park, Gisborough Hall is a luxury retreat for a relaxing break or a great base to explore the countryside and coast that North Yorkshire has to offer.
What makes a stay at Gisborough Hall unique?
Gisborough Hall is perfectly located to enjoy the coast and countryside on a retreat in North Yorkshire. The hotel is a perfect base for Walking, cycling, mountain biking, a classic car tour, a day at the races, or for total relaxation.
Gisborough Hall's beautiful surroundings, quality food and attentive service will deliver a memorable experience.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at Gisborough Hall?
The hotel has 71 beautifully designed bedrooms, offering sumptuous super king size beds, four poster beds, double and twin-bedded rooms, each with cosy duvets to aid a good night's sleep.
There are 19 upgraded bedrooms within the original house with unique décor combining Victorian charm with modern amenities. Many overlook the hotel grounds and have beautiful views of the Cleveland Hills.
Bedrooms in the Woodlands Wing have been designed with a modern feel, providing the luxury and comfort you would expect from a four-star hotel.
Gisborough Hall has two restaurant offerings; the award-winning Chaloner's restaurant for fine dining and the more informal De Brus Bar & Grill.
Guests can enjoy Elemis treatments in The Revival Zone for relaxation and wellbeing.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Guisborough area?
The North York Moors National Park offers fantastic walks with breath-taking scenery. Enjoy a day of walking – The Cleveland Way, Roseberry Topping and Captain Cook's monument provide great walking adventures.
There are many routes to explore by bike including the East Cleveland Klondike, showcasing the nearby coast and woodland, the Tour de Yorkshire route, or mountain biking in Guisborough Forest.
Take a trip to the beach and climb the 199 steps to Whitby Abbey, stroll along the Victorian pier in Saltburn or visit quaint fishing villages of Staithes and Robin Hood's Bay.
For total relaxation book a treatment in the Revival Zone, cosy up by the log fire or grab a seat on the terrace and enjoy the views.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
Enjoy a fine dining experience in award-winning Chaloner's Restaurant, a traditional restaurant with views of the grounds and countryside. For something a little more informal, De Brus Bar & Grill offers a modern menu served in an informal, contemporary setting.
Afternoon tea can be enjoyed by the log fire in the cooler months or on the sun-drenched terrace in the summertime. Delicious sandwiches, homemade scones with lashings of cream and jam, and a selection of sweet treats will be served with a pot of Yorkshire Tea.
Breakfast is a grazing affair, with a wide continental selection served alongside a full Yorkshire breakfast. If you fancy a lie-in, the team will deliver room service so you can enjoy breakfast in bed.
The Revival Zone provides a zen for relaxation – Elemis treatments such as full body massages, hot stones massage, facial cleansing, exfoliating body wraps, manicures and pedicures promote relaxation and wellbeing.