The scenery of North York Moors National Park, wild moorland, preserved stately homes, quaint fishing villages, ancient abbeys and windswept beaches, and the steam railway - settings for TV series and movies - are all located very close to this establishment. It is around 2 km from the beach at nearby Sandsend and 5 km from the bustling fishing port of Whitby and the magnificent abbey.
The 26-room Victorian establishment is set in more than a hectare of landscaped grounds, and is an independent family-run business located in the North Yorkshire countryside.
All 26 en suite bedrooms in the main establishment include tea and coffee making facilities, a TV, radio, direct dial telephone, writing desk and they are centrally heated.
The grounds include a tennis court, putting green and attractive gardens.
The restaurant serves award-winning cuisine where seafood is a speciality.
How to get there
Head east on the A171, take a left onto Dunsley Lane and the establishment will be on the left.