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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
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A grand stay at an Edwardian-style Yorkshire country estate with 15 acres of manicured lawns, including optional dinner and a glass of sparkling wine

The Lowdown

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.

How to Get There

Crathorne Hall Hotel
A-19 to A-67 towards Yarm
Yarm, TS15 0AR United Kingdom


4.5 Very Good 1038 Reviews
Pleasant stay
Reviewed 3 days ago

Stayed here for one night just as a last minute get away from it all. Booked through Secret Escapes DBB rate in a classic room. Realised when there we would have been better to book B&B in a upgraded room and buy dinner in the lounge which would have been more to our taste.

I am vegetarian and the choice was limited and what there was wasn’t great. Herb crusted salsify for starter was not herb crusted and the main was really lumps of cold Camembert cheese. My husband, a meat eater and usually fussy, really enjoyed his.

The hotel is old and traditional which we like but a little stuffy and very quiet. Our room was nice and comfortable.

Breakfast was very nice too. Nice grounds

We enjoyed the break, a chilled couple of days that we needed.

Slightly disappointed that when I called to try and book direct with the hotel they would/could not match Secret Escapes.

Tranquil escape
Reviewed 1 week ago

Lovely old manor with excellent breakfast with a choice of breakfast main dishes including eggs Benedict or waffles. Staff were pleasant, rooms cozy. Nice sized bathroom. Plenty of walking trails nearby with pheasants wandering the grounds. Attractive small garden our back with seating areas. William carried our heavy bags up 3 flights of stairs with no problem! Had afternoon tea while waiting for our room to be ready - very relaxing. Enjoyed a pint and snacks in the bar area in the evening. Would stay here again, particularly with their spring break deal.

Lovely hotel
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I recently stayed at Crathorne Hall with my partner as part of a birthday celebration. After a hiccup with the room allocation the hotel staff allocated us to a beautiful room with a balcony. The Borrowby room was lovely. It’s just a pity the weather wasn’t better so we could have enjoyed the balcony the next morning.

The staff are really friendly and make you feel welcome. The hotel itself is beautiful. There was a bottle of champagne on ice waiting in the room for us on arrival, courtesy of the hotel. A really lovely touch.

We ate in the hotel for dinner. Again I couldn’t fault it.

There was a wedding taking place at the hotel during our stay but it didn’t disturb or impact on our stay at all. Total peace and quiet for a relaxing stay.

It was my first stay at the hotel but I don’t think it will be my last.

Lovely Hotel, Great staff and Excellent Food
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I think the title tells it all.....
Stayed for one night - reasonably priced, lovely woodland walk, rooms are great, food and service excellent, staff are friendly but professional at the same time which is a hard standard to get sometimes.
Will be back at some point - would recommend

Peaceful and quiet, great rooms , friendly staff
Reviewed 1 month ago

Myself and my husband spent one night in this hotel, the Saturday of the Easter weekend. The hall is very well kept, lovely quiet clean gardens, friendly helpful staff. There was a wedding that night at the hotel but had no impact on our stay and on the noise level. The room was spacious, clean and well equipped (kettle and plenty of drink choices) and each room had a name as opposed to a number which was nice. Breakfast was great, even catered for vegans which was ideal for me. Plenty of choice from full English to cereals and creamy yoghurt. Great hotel and well worth the price!