An idyllic and historic countryside stay at a former rectory in Yorkshire, with breakfast and dinnerThe picturesque and secluded country setting
Enjoying the good-old-fashioned grandeur of a four-poster bed
Walking in the footsteps of David Bowie's bassist in the local village
Treating yourself to a delicious afternoon tea with views over the countryside
What To Know
The hotel has plenty of character but interiors could use a little updating
The reception area has a log-burning fireplace
Free WiFi is hit or miss
An idyllic stay at a grade II-listed former rectory in the Yorkshire countryside, including breakfast and two-course dinner options
The former rectory to St Peter's Church in Rowley, Rowley Manor is a Georgian Grade II-listed building with a history dating back to 1621. Explore museums, churches and the beautiful countryside from these stately surroundings.
Its rural location makes Rowley Manor a great base for long country walks over The Yorkshire Wolds. An area strewn with pretty villages and welcoming inns, your days can be spent meandering the lanes and sampling local ales before returning to your elegant lodgings – where afternoon teas, British fare and sophisticated furnishings await.