A stunning resort with a beautiful Grade II listed 18th Century manor house set in the County of Yorkshire which is England’s largest and also one of the most historic. The House which has been beautifully and sympathetically adapted to provide eight apartments with a small indoor pool and a Residents’ Lounge. Six adjacent cottages provide further accommodation. There are 24 acres of grounds which include gardens, woodland, a meadow with a stream running through and two all-weather tennis courts.
You will find Sutton Hall Resort in the quaint village of Sutton-Under-Whitestonecliffe on the edge of the North Yorkshire Moors, boasting heather-clad hills, picturesque villages, rugged scenery and a cosy country inn just a walk away.
Nearby, the Yorkshire Dales offer a wonderful variety of hill and river landscapes. Seaside resorts, fishing villages and rugged coastlines can be found at Scarborough, Bridlington, Robin Hood’s Bay, Ravenscar and Staithes.
Historic cities such as York and spectacular ruins such a Rievaulx Abbey are within easy reach.
Situated close to Sutton Bank on the A170, the top of the bank affords panoramic views of the plain of York Stretching between the Pennines and the Hambleton Hills. There is a large car Park and a comprehensive visitor information centre.
The Historic market town of Thirsk lies 3.5 miles away from the resort. In the town there is a picturesque country racecourse with excellent facilities. Thirsk is also well known as the home of James Herriot (Alf Wight, OBE) the world’s most famous vet.
A stone's throw away is Yorkshire outdoors who offer action-packed activities such as off-road driving, quad bike trekking, clay pigeon shooting and a range of other outdoor pursuits. www.yorkshire-outdoors.co.uk