Solberge Hall Hotel
This majestic Georgian Manor House is set in 9 acres of gardens and woodland and is a relaxing sumptuous retreat conveniently only 10 minutes from the A1. Solberge Hall is approached via a long sweeping driveway standing proudly in calm and tranquil surroundings. The hotel offers comfort and sophistication and there is a pleasant mix of old and new where the traditional old English charm of the Hall blends with modern day facilities. Large windows allow an abundance of natural daylight to flood the rooms while you enjoy the magnificent views of the Yorkshire countryside. Our friendly and welcoming staff are committed to offering the very highest standards of hospitality, so that you can enjoy an extremely relaxing experience. The Garden Room Brasserie is an award winning restaurant which offers fresh locally sourced dishes, and availability for private dining. Afterwards enjoy coffee in the Talbot Lounge while admiring the views of the magnificent grounds. During the day treat yourself to a typical Yorkshire cream tea in the elegant ambience of the drawing room while enjoying the view through the large picture windows. The hotel bedrooms, all en suite, are well equipped, spacious and airy with bright decor, flat screen Freeview TV with DVD player, WiFI and complimentary drink making facilities. While all vary in shape and size each maintain the same high standards of comfort you expect from a country house retreat Solberge Hall is perfectly situated for visiting Yorkshire s Coasts, Moors and the Yorkshire Dales which is home to a varied collection of landscapes including a national park, heather-topped moors, colourful hay-meadows and not forgetting the picturesque traditional stone built villages. Solberge Hall is only a drive away from the Medieval City of York which hosts a wealth of arts, crafts, historic sights and museums for all ages. Also within reach of Solberge Hall is the village of Goathland which rose to fame as Aidensfield, the 1960 s setting for the popular ITV police series Heartbeat. Historic houses including Castle Howard & Harewood House are within easy driving distance as are the four market towns of Helmsley, Kirbymoorside, Malton and Pickering, are all steeped in tradition. The coastal resorts of Whitby, Robin Hood s Bay, Scarborough and Filey are all worthy of a visit.
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