Nestled between the Yorkshire Dales and the Vale of York, this handsome Georgian mansion is an idyllic country retreat.
Elegantly-proportioned and individually-decorated guest rooms combine traditional charm with contemporary touches, and many rooms boast stunning views over the gardens and Yorkshire countryside beyond.
Indulge in a delicious meal in The Brasserie, where our chefs proudly produce dishes from the best local produce. Or linger at the Bar and enjoy a pre-dinner drink or a spot of afternoon tea.
Only a few miles from the A1M and Northallerton, Solberge Hall is a magical location for your North Yorkshire wedding, conference or business event, with excellent facilities and a dedicated team to make it all run like clockwork.
We look forward to welcoming you to Solberge Hall.
Solberge Hall was built in 1824 by John Hutton, a wealthy local landowner and by all accounts ‘a real English country gentleman’.
The Hutton family had lived at Sober Gate which is adjacent to Solberge Hall for generations and in 1821, when he inherited Sober Gate, he seized the opportunity to buy Solberge Manor from George Osbaldeston, the famous cricketer and built the Hall. For many years Solberge Hall was called Sowber Hill, and remained in the Hutton family for about a hundred years until it was put on the market in 1913 by John Hutton’s son and was bought by Benjamin Talbot, an acclaimed innovator in the steel industry who had spent ten years in America inventing new steel production techniques.
The Hall still retains much of the character of when it was originally built and, as you look out over the exceptional Yorkshire views, you can understand why John Hutton made his home here.