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Upon arrival at the lovingly restored Grantley Hall, you are welcomed with a complimentary damson gin to enjoy while you peruse the pillow and bathrobe menus, for personalised comfort in your beautifully appointed room – your private base for experiencing the magic of this wellness retreat.
This hidden haven is a food lover’s delight, with indulgent breakfasts, delightful afternoon tea crafted from the finest Yorkshire produce and exceptional dining at a choice of four five-star restaurants with an award-winning world-renowned chef.
Outside, the enchanting grounds offer far more than stunning views. A short stroll leads you to the English Heritage-listed Japanese Garden and the scents of the fragrant Kitchen Garden before lounging in one of the three stylish bars waiting to serve your favourite refreshments. There is free bicycle hire so options for picnics in the surrounding countryside can also be part of your stay here.
“Stately charm in the heart of Yorkshire“
With a superb range of world-class restaurants using local seasonal produce, three elegant bars, an unrivalled spa and luxury executive gym, a wealth of activities and gastronomical delights will take your experience at Grantley Hall to the next level. With every detail carefully considered and nothing overlooked, style and luxury are assured during every minute of your stay.
Escape from it all at the Three Graces Spa and enjoy tailored pampering therapies and an extensive range of facilities curated to achieve balance and personal wellbeing.
Relax by the heated pool, refresh in the indoor-to-outdoor hydrotherapy pool, or revive in the sauna, steam and snow rooms.
World-class and award-winning chef, Yorkshireman Shaun has returned home to delight the guests of Grantley Hall.
Expect the finest specially selected, locally grown and sourced ingredients – quality organic meats, speciality cheeses and the catch of the day from the nearby coast, as well as incorporating fresh herbs and vegetables harvested from the Hall’s Kitchen Garden.
Over the years, this grade II*-listed historic home has warmly welcomed a plethora of celebrities, socialites, MPs and royalty to the wonders of Yorkshire.
Built in the 1700s by Thomas Norton, the Hall remained with the family for the next 200 years, before Sir Christopher Furness bought the property at the turn of the 20th century. It was then that his wife, Lady Furness, lovingly created the stunning Japanese Garden that, thankfully, we can still enjoy to this day. The High Sherriff of Yorkshire, Sir William Aykroyd, bought the property in 1925, where he entertained Queen Mary. Later, during World War 2, the Hall became a place to convalesce, attended by Dame Vera Lynn to sing and lift the spirits of returning injured soldiers.
With such a rich and special history, more recent years have seen Grantley Hall thoughtfully refurbished, building its reputation on subtle luxuries and superb hospitality in a truly picturesque and peaceful part of England.