Your Destination —
Crathrone Hall is located just outside the sleepy village of Yarm. While in this stunning region, you can visit historical and cultural landmarks within a short car journey. Be sure so visit the Bowes Musum, a hidden treasure in the heart of beautiful nearby Tessdale. This magnificent building stands proudly in the historic market town of Barnard Castle and hosts significant collections of fine and decorative arts. Head to Darlington to visit the Railway Museum, offering interactive displays and audio visual equipment to tell the story of Darlington and the immense impact of railways. A trip to North Yorkshire isn't complete without a visit to the Durham Cathedral, the greatest Norman building in England and cherished for its architectural feats and beauty.
To round off your stay in this beautiful area, embark on a long and leisurely walk through the Yorkshire Moors. A good pair of shoes, a packed lunch, and a thirst for adventure are all you'll need to explore some of England's most picturesque countryside
Your Hotel —
- 37 Rooms
- Room Service
- Free Parking
- Bar / Lounge
- Free WIFI
Some services may incur additional charges, payable locally.
Your Room —
This offer is based on a Classic Room or an Executive Room
Sleeps up to
Your Board Basis —
This offer is based on a bed and breakfast stay.
Just for you: Dinner on the first night of your stay with a pre-dinner glass of sparkling wine and canapes, per person and per stay
The Leven Restaurant
Residing in the old dining room of Crathorne Hall, the Leven Restaurant creates a special atmosphere in which to enjoy an inspired dining experience, mark a special occasion, or just to treat yourself with an indulgent meal. Here you will find traditional favourites with a contemporary twist amidst wood paneling, gold gilt ceilings, and large windows with striking views.
The Drawing Room
Featuring high ceilings, windows with far reaching views, and exquisite furniture create a sense of grandeur in this comfortable setting. Here you can read the paper by the fire, curl up with a book, or challenge freinds to board game. Here you can enjoy afternoon tea which includes a choice of homemade cakes and fruit scones, the local Yorkshire custard tart, sandwiches, and varieties of specialty teas accompanied by idyllic country views.
The Nancy Tennant Bar
The Nancy Tennant Bar resides in the original billiards room of Crathorne Hall and serves morning coffee, light lunches, elevenses or afternoon tea. In the evening, you can start your fine dining experience here with a selection of pre-dinner drinks, digestifs, or an intriguing cocktail.
Your Journey —
Transport is not included in this offer. From the A19
You will find Crathorne Hall Hotel on the edge of the Yorkshire Moors situated just a short drive from the A67 junction of the A19 with ample free parking.
DIRECTIONS BY ROAD
From the A19