Crathorne Hall Hotel - A Hand Picked Hotel
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- An Edwardian stately home set in 15 acres of woodland
- Ideal location to explore the Yorkshire Dales
- Free parking at hotel
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This magnificent Edwardian stately home set in 15 acres of beautiful woodland in the heart of North Yorkshire is one of Yorkshire’s grandest country houses. All 20 bedrooms are individually designed and far from being intimidated by the grandeur, you will soon feel like a guest in an old friend’s home. The hotel has been awarded four red stars for exceptional quality and service.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Total Rooms Number: 20
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- Mini bar
- Room Service 24hr: Yes
- Non Smoking Rooms
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Parking at Hotel Free: Yes
- Name: YARM
- Distance: 2 miles
- Name: DURHAM TEES VALLEY
- Distance: 10 miles
- Cots/Cribs Free: No
- Interconnecting Rooms
- Baby Sitting
Bar and Restaurant
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Children's Menu available
- Guide dogs only
- Nearest Rail Name: Yarm Distance: 2 miles
- Nearest Airport Name: Durham Tees Valley Distance: 10 miles
To view our full selection of accommodation in Durham Tees Valley, view our hotels in Durham Tees Valley page.
SuperBreak Customer Rating
- Overall: SuperBreak Overall Rating: 3.0 out of 5 based on 1 review
- Sleep: SuperBreak Sleep Rating: 5.0 out of 5
- Breakfast: SuperBreak Breakfast Rating: 5.0 out of 5
- Staff: SuperBreak Staff Rating: 2.0 out of 5
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 962 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Stay Date: 04/2018, hinkleside wrote this review.
We brought a friend for afternoon tea to celebrate her 80th birthday The food was very good Two of us had the savoury menu which was sandwiches pork pie savoury scones prawn cocktail etc l had the traditional afternoon tea sandwiches small dessert sc… See more
We brought a friend for afternoon tea to celebrate her 80th birthday The food was very good Two of us had the savoury menu which was sandwiches pork pie savoury scones prawn cocktail etc l had the traditional afternoon tea sandwiches small dessert scones with jam and cream and a variety of cakes all very lovely Our friend who is disabled needed the toilet and the disabled one was being cleaned Unfortunately the floor was wet and no one suggested drying it she was told there was one upstairs Now the lift is at the opposite end to where the toilets are and she can't walk that far I'm afraid this spoiled what had been a lovely afternoon For a hotel as big as Crathorne why don't they have more than one disabled toilet! Collapse
An excellent stay
Stay Date: 04/2018, lynnehigginson wrote this review.
This is our third visit to Crathorn Hall and as always it was exceptional. The staff are fantastic and courteous and nothing is too much trouble. The food was lovely and breakfast is vast. Our room was beautiful. We are eager to return to the hall… See more
This is our third visit to Crathorn Hall and as always it was exceptional. The staff are fantastic and courteous and nothing is too much trouble. The food was lovely and breakfast is vast. Our room was beautiful. We are eager to return to the hall for another visit soon Collapse
Good and bad. Clueless bar staff and ridiculously expensive drinks
Stay Date: 04/2018, dangerousdavecox wrote this review.
We visited a few weeks ago, the wife and I. We arrived for a wedding and tried to buy drinks at the bar. The barmaid was new that day apparently, great planning to have her sometimes left on her own on her first day and clueless. I asked if there was… See more
We visited a few weeks ago, the wife and I. We arrived for a wedding and tried to buy drinks at the bar. The barmaid was new that day apparently, great planning to have her sometimes left on her own on her first day and clueless. I asked if there was a card machine as we'd not had chance to get to a cash machine and was told there wasn't one. So, we are at a wedding unable to but the groom a drink! Another guy went behind the bar and I asked him if the hotel takes cards and he pointed to the card machine behind some glasses at the bar. The new barmaid picked it up, discovered it wasn't turned on and then asked her fellow barmaid (who had reappeared) how to turn it on. Neither knew so the new barmaid disappeared to find help. She reappeared 5 mins later and totally ignored me until I asked if the card machine was now ok. She muttered something to barmaid number 2 about some technical hitch, I had to ask again if it was now working. I was told they couldn't accept cards. This is a hotel with (apparently) rosettes or something and not cheap to stay in so one can safely presume they deal with card payments a lot. After I'd been at the bar for around half an hour I decided, with an hour before the wedding started, and being blanked by the bar staff, to go out and find a cash machine. I eventually found one on in a small shop hidden within a housing estate and got back to the venue with just 15 mins before the wedding started. I had a small soft drink and a glass of Rosé for the wife. After the ludicrous dealings of just trying to get, and pay for, a drink at a wedding I opted for a large one. So we got a lemonade with lime and a large Rosé spritzer and it was over SIXTEEN pounds����. When I asked if that was right, I was patronising told, "Well, it IS the Crathorne!" Yep well until I was told where the wedding was, I had never heard of the place. Not quite the showstopper "It IS The Ritz/Harrods". I understand profits have to be made but when I can buy nearly 3 litres of Rosé for the same amount elsewhere, I just thought it was expensive for one glass. To make matters worse, many guys had literally just bought pints when the Master of Ceremonies asked us all to go into the room for the wedding, but told us we couldn't take our drinks in. So you had my wife with a large glass of overpriced cheap plonk, and around a dozen other people left with the option to either drink very quickly or hope the drinks remained in the bar after the ceremony. Aside from the inexperienced bar staff, the card machine fiasco (I later found others were successfully paying by card) and the complete ridiculous mark up of drinks, the actual food was good. The waitresses were only young but all went like clockwork, food was gorgeous, the wedding was good. The toilets were very clean, the hotel is nice but the whole ordering a drink, paying with several limbs and rushing it put me off. I wouldn't recommend the place to be fair. It's okay, but I've stayed in nicer hotels where I've not been patronised. After all, it IS just the Crathorne! Collapse
Stay Date: 04/2018, djames992016 wrote this review.
My new wife and I booked the exclusive wedding package and I cannot thank. Beth,Nathan and all the staff enough they all made it a day to remember.I have stayed in some up market hotels around the world but nothing can compare to the service receive… See more
My new wife and I booked the exclusive wedding package and I cannot thank. Beth,Nathan and all the staff enough they all made it a day to remember.I have stayed in some up market hotels around the world but nothing can compare to the service received from all at this hotel. Collapse
30th Birthday celebrations made special thanks to Carthorne Hall
Stay Date: 03/2018, Lea N wrote this review.
We booked 3 bedrooms which were all allocated close to each other on the top floor. The rooms were Deluxe rooms which I would highly recommend you book if you stay here, as they are breathtaking! Each room was very different yet extremely special in … See more
We booked 3 bedrooms which were all allocated close to each other on the top floor. The rooms were Deluxe rooms which I would highly recommend you book if you stay here, as they are breathtaking! Each room was very different yet extremely special in their own way. They are traditional and in keeping with the original features of the original property, very large and most have gorgeous views of the valley. We spent some time in the largest of the rooms having a pre dinner drink provided by the hotel and getting all dressed up! We dined around 8.30 in the beautiful Leven Restaurant and indulged over a three course dinner which was absolutely delicious. The meal was spread out between courses which was excellent as it gave us time to have a good catch up and enjoy our Prosecco! The meal was not at all rushed and we felt so welcome in the restaurant. Our friend who’s 30th Birthday it was had a fuss made, and when her dessert came out the Chef had wrote ‘happy birthday’ on the plate which was such a lovely touch I cannot recommend this beautiful hotel enough if you are looking to celebrate with a group of friends in a grand and relaxing environment. A huge thank you to all the fantastic team at Crathorne for a warm welcome and a very memorable break. Collapse
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