This charming 19th-century rural inn is a beautiful location to stay and a terrific starting point for exploring the north east. It's located on the outskirts of the North York Moors, surrounded by magnificent landscape and with stunning views of Roseberry Topping.
What style cuisine is on offer at Cross Keys Inn?
The Cross Keys Inn's Chef & Brewer restaurant takes great satisfaction in serving up delectable, freshly cooked meals made with the freshest seasonal ingredients. Choose from a wide range of well-known pub classics or try something new. Tempt your taste buds with delectable recipes for game, fish, and shellfish. Throughout the year, don't miss the themed menus and food and drink festivals. So relax with a craft ale, glass of good wine, or soft drink.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at Cross Keys Inn?
The hotel's en suite rooms provide flat-screen TVs, free WiFi, a desk, hairdryer, and tea and coffee-making amenities. On request, ironing facilities are available.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Guisborough area?
When you stay at The Cross Keys, there is lots to do all year in this lovely and historic corner of England. Visit the spectacular remnants of Gisborough Priory, or meander through Middlesbrough's Stewart Park, which houses the Captain Cook Birthplace Museum. Climb the magnificent Roseberry Topping, or go for a walk in Guisborough Forest or the North York Moors National Park to get some fresh air and exercise. Ormesby Hall, Dorman Museum, Saltburn Cliff Tramway, and the Captain Cook School Museum are all National Trust properties with much of history to offer. Visit Whitby on the Cleveland Heritage Coast, go bird-watching at RSPB Saltholme, learn about Mount Grace Priory, or cheer on ‘the Boro' at Middlesbrough Football Club.