Classic Yorkshire Hotels
Our hotels in Yorkshire range from the North Yorkshire Moors and its award-winning coastline, to Harrogate in the heart of the spa town, and the Yorkshire Dales, famously known for the TV series “Last of the Summer Wine.”
If you’re looking for a place to stay in North Yorkshire, Grinkle Park Hotel and Estate is a great option. It’s located on the edge of the North York Moors and covers an area of 3,000 acres. Another good choice is The Old Swan in Harrogate, which is famous for being the hideaway of crime writer Agatha Christie, who disappeared here in 1926. If you head further south, you’ll find Bagden Hall Hotel, which sits on a hilltop and offers stunning views of the Yorkshire countryside. The hotel is situated on 40 acres of land.
The county’s other National Park, the North York Moors, is divided into bleak upland moors and rugged coastline. Both of our country house luxury hotels in Yorkshire offer a peaceful and relaxing stay, with plenty of things to see and do nearby.