Crathorne Hall Hotel
What We Love
- Romance and charm at an elegant country estate set across 15 acres of manicured lawnsOpting for a three-course dinner – the restaurant serves up an impressive modern British menu
- Taking a stroll around the 15 acres of private grounds
- Treating yourself to afternoon tea in a delightfully English setting
- The enormous North York Moors National Park nearby
What To Know
- This is a popular wedding venue
- Make time for afternoon tea replete with scones, finger sandwiches, and cakes
- Free WiFi works well
Set in 15 acres of manicured lawns, Crathorne Hall Hotel is an imposing Edwardian-style estate that blends historic grandeur with modern-day luxury. With elegant honey-hued stone and a labyrinth of high-ceilinged rooms, it’s the perfect setting for a romantic country escape.
Located just a stone’s throw from the purple haze of the North York Moors National Park, the hotel enjoys some of the most picturesque surroundings in the country. Its own immaculate grounds are an Eden of heather and delicate water features, while inside, the public rooms are softly lit with grand chandeliers. This is a place to relax and indulge, not least in the manor’s fine dining room. Leven Restaurant serves an accomplished menu of modern British fare, putting a creative spin on hearty, classic dishes.
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Visited last year for a pre Xmas family meal! Lovely food, atmosphere, poppers, balloons log fire excellent service . Returned this year, yesterday, no fire or poppers etc and service left a lot to be desired ! Had to wait ages for order to be taken then had to ask 3 times for drinks order, glad sort of that i personally ordered a bottle of pino Grigio thinking it would save time !! Lo and behold £37 for a bottle of wine??? Still looking for the gold dust!! Won’t be going back again!! Sent emails to complain no reply!! Totally unacceptable
Quite a nice meal in spite of a bit of an initial wait for our drinks . We both had beef which was cooked just right .. roast potatoes had been ‘hanging around s bit’ as they were quite tough.. veg nice and crisp .. Yorkshires acceptable ....
not the worst Sunday Lunch we have had
Just one question..... Why do Hotels charge so much for a glass of wine...£14.75 for a large Pinot Grigio. You’ve got to be kidding me!
We had a fabulous overnight stay at the Crathorne on Friday. Even though there was an event on in the hotel this did not detract from the service or the food quality offered to us.
We had our evening meal in the restaurant. The service from staff was excellent, thank you James and well done to the Chef and his staff our meal was absolutely delicious.
Our room was immaculately clean, tastefully decorated, the bed was comfortable and we were not disturbed by the guests from the evening event.
Breakfast was a full English and a smoked haddock with poached eggs - there was also a good selection of fresh fruit, cereal and everything else you could want for breakfast. Again service from the staff was great, welcoming, friendly and efficient, Matthew, Gloria and Matthew thank you.
Alex on reception checked us both in and out, she was very welcoming and friendly, efficient and quick.
Thank you to everyone at the Crathorne Hall Hotel we had a fantastic overnight stay.
I visited with my Grandma on Friday 16th November, and had booked a special 2 Champagne Afternoon Teas for £35 package.
There is nothing negative to say about our visit, the food was lovely but the service really stood out. Gloria, who looked after us, couldn't have done more. Right down to sorting some confusion over the booking with absolute professionalism.
She sang Happy Birthday to my Grandma, told us exactly what we were eating, kept our pots topped up - everything was perfect!!
Looking forward to coming back.
Afternoon tea and great selection of short eats and cake it was fantastic. Cozy tea room over looking the garden vintage feel with a cozy fire place.
nice relaxing Sunday afternoon best way to sped your winter afternoon